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South London singer and songwriter Greentea Peng releases her new release, "Rising", following 2018’s acclaimed debut EP "Sensi" and the simmering viral hit "Downers", released in summer 2019. Featuring the blissful, Earbuds-produced "Mr Sun (miss da sun)" that sets the tone for a bright, bold EP which weaves a myriad of genres, all anchored by a mesmerising old-soul vocal. On the clattering title track "Risin'", Peng announces 'woke up today, brand new morning' over an insistent, handclap- supported beat, before adopting a half-spoken wordflow. Elsewhere, over the densely layered hip hop beat of "Sane", she sings a low-slung, effortless hook: 'come make me feel sane, baby.'

Greentea Peng is dark and light, half soul-searcher and half wise-cracker. In a constant explorative state, she is honest and frank, her inner battles channelled through the rhythms and flows of her music. Her energy beams bright whether she’s touching on darker matters or happier moments. Visually Peng is a living, breathing piece of art - effortlessly cutting the figure of a true British original. So much so, Vivienne Westwood street cast her for her recent ‘Youth Is Revolting’ cover of Dazed.

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Coloured Mini LP Info: Green vinyl.

In his second artist album, "Fantast", the Claptone universe is at its deepest and most vivid. He is the master of his domain and in his most artful offering yet the assured 13 tracks of "Fantast" come together to create an album full of varied colours and atmospheric textures.

In music Claptone seeks not to create a world of secrecy but one of great depth and intrigue. An enigma with a tireless desire for creativity and thirst for new music, Claptone has brought together a diverse group of collaborators such as Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke, Blaenavon, Tender, Jones, Zola Blood, Austra’s Katie Stelmanis, The Boxer Rebellion’s Nathan Nicholson, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Joan As Policewoman and Matt Simons.


Debut album from Kllo, an electronic pop collaboration between Melbourne cousins Chloe Kaul and Simon Lam.

Kllo first emerged with a sound beyond their years; fully formed, fusing elements of R&B, UK garage, and 2-step.

Well-versed students of artists like James Blake, Lauryn Hill and The xx, the duo extend an amalgamation of established pop elements with modern sensibilities and wide-eyed sincerity.

DBFC

Jenks

    DBFC - aka the duo comprised of Manchester born David Shaw and Parisian Dombrance - release their debut album ‘Jenks’.

    The pair met in 2012, drawn together by a Parisian underworld that flitted between techno and psychedelia, club culture and rock mythology. Refusing to place down boundaries, the two simply went into the studio, turned on their equipment and jammed - debut album ‘Jenks’ followed naturally.

    Reminiscent of Primal Scream’s halcyon era, or New Order’s ground-breaking run of 12” singles, DBFC thrive on the intersection between electronic and organic.

    Matt & Kim

    Sidewalks

      New York duo Matt & Kim presents highly anticipated third full-length album, "Sidewalks".

      "Sidewalks" combines the best of Matt & Kim’s talents: their destructive dance-punk melodies, thunderous drumming and off-beat lyrics. The album was written by Matt & Kim and recorded with producers Ben Allen (Gnarls Barkley, Animal Collective, Beastie Boys, Deerhunter) and Oliver Straus in Atlanta and New York respectively.

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      Ltd LP Info: US import - only released on CD in the UK. 1 copy only!


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