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Nosaj Thing


    The long awaited return of Nosaj Thing AKA Jason Chung, his 5th album and his debut for LUCKYME®, Continua is an ensemble work from the artist Pitchfork dubbed the ‘preeminent modern minimalist’.

    The record features 12 artists at the fore of jazz, hip hop, rock, soul and the avant garde, brought together by the cohesiveness of Chung's signature atmospheres: Toro y Moi, Julianna Barwick, Duval Timothy, Panda Bear (Animal Collective), Eyedress, serpentwithfeet, Pink Siifu, HYUKOH, Mike Andrews, Sam Gendel, Slauson Malone, Coby Sey, Kazu Makino (Blonde Redhead) and more contribute to this future classic.

    “There’s multiple energies on the record and every time I hear it, it feels alive to me. It’s a communal record and we all tuned into something. My hope is that this could impact whoever's listening to it in a positive way. Continua invites you forward. To keep going.”

    The heightened emotional undertones of Continua nod to a golden era where virtuosic electronic, downtempo and hip hop-inspired production transcended the late 90s MTV2 pop canon. Nosaj Thing's expertise is in crafting soundscapes that imply his journey, tracing back to the noise and punk shows at DIY venue The Smell, to working behind the counter of Turntable Lab, to his debut at Low End Theory, his opening performances for The xx and then The Weeknd. He’s played a decade of ambitious, headline experiences with Tokyo-based visual savant, Daito Manabe. This essence of IRL live-ness imbues his music with such a visceral emotional range that it would be reductive to describe it as a 'mood'. But it's exactly that communally-shared 'mood' that has made Nosaj Thing such a cult artist across his 16-year-deep discography.


    1 Continua
    2 My Soul Or Something Ft. Kazu Makino
    3 Process
    4 Woodland Ft Serpentwithfeet
    5 Blue Hour Ft Julianna Barwick
    6 Grasp Ft Coby Sey, Slauson Malone & Sam Gendel

    1 We Are (우리는) Ft HYUKOH
    2 Condition Ft Toro Y Moi
    3 Look Both Ways Ft Pink Siifu
    4 All Over Ft Panda Bear
    5 Skyline
    6 Different Life Ft Eyedress

    Eli Keszler


      Lucky Me present the new album from New York based percussionist and composer Eli Keszler. Keszler has released music on Empty Editions, ESP Disk and PAN. His album Stadium released on Shelter Press was awarded Boomkat’s 2018 Album Of The Year. Frequent collaborator to Oneohtrix Point Never, Laurel Halo, Kevin Beasley and Rashad Becker – Keszler’s work has shown at The Lincoln Centre, MoMA PS1, MIT List and The Barbican.

      Keszler has written the original score to Dasha Nekrasova’s feature The Scary of Sixty First' and his other film work includes contributions to Daniel Lopatin's score for the Safdie Brother’s acclaimed, Uncut Gems. Keszler's new album, Icons builds upon fragments of American abstraction, dreamlike ancient melodicism, industrial percussion, jazz age film noir and imperial decay. The music takes on forms difficult to describe outside an articulation of the loss and wonderment that defines our age.


      Barry says: Keszler perfectly displays his considerable talents with 'Icons' lurching between luscious downbeat grooves and almost static ambient swells. As you'd expect, the percussion work here is second to none, and the entire thing is rich with the crisp deep production skills Keszler is known for. A haunting and intoxicating experience.


      1. All The Mornings In The World
      2. God Over Money
      3. The Accident
      4. Daily Life
      5. Rot Summer Smoothes
      6. Dawn
      7. Static Doesn’t Exist
      8. Late Archaic
      9. Civil Sunset
      10. Evenfall
      11. We Sang A Dirge, And You Did Not Mourn

      Jacques Greene

      Afterglow / You Can't Deny

        LuckyMe star and bass-house monolith Jacques Green returns with "Afterglow", alongside fan favourite and summer hit single "You Can’t Deny".  It’s been two years since we last heard new music from the Canadian artist and producer who helped revolutionize the palette of new dance music with his colourful set of contemporary influences. "Afterglow" on first listen has the potential to be this year "Hyph / Mngo", or some equally large Floating Points numbers. Anthemic yet painfully contemporary, it's gonna sound equally catchy blazing out of the Funktion1's at your local dance party as it is blaring obnoxiously out of the mid-range tweeter on your Samsung Galaxy.  "You Can't Deny" matches its former, possibly surpassing it even with sheer serotonin-flooded luminescent joy. A speed up RnB vocal riding neon-purple synth stabs and dropping with an almighty snare roll. The main hook consisting of rock solid 808 subs, trap-style hats, and a consistent vocal stab. Like "Afterglow" there's huge chorus' and massive hooks but the whole thing is wrapped in a futureproof glow that cement it as a sure fire hit with the yoof.
        Born and raised in Montreal, now residing in Toronto via New York’s Lower East Side, Jacques Greene broke out of a generation of independent electronic labels like Uno, 3024, Night Slugs and LuckyMe as a genre-defining artist (via 2011’s ’Another Girl’, one of Pitchfork’s Songs Of The Decade) who laid the blueprint for countless young producers and DJs inspired by the intersection of contemporary music such as hip hop, RnB, house and techno. 


        Matt says: Toronto bass head Jacques Greene with two ridiculously catchy numbers on the ever reliable Lucky Me

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