Video Premiere: Bostock – Midnight Sinner

Bostock Midnight Sinner video premiere

UK-based producer Bostock has just released a pair of emotive house tracks, “Remembrall” / “Midnight Sinner” via Big Love. Both sonic excursions are perfect for at-home listening or whenever after-hours parties return.

We’re extremely pleased to world premiere the music video for “Midnight Sinner.”

The video opens with slo-mo, pre-pandemic footage of people dancing on a packed dance floor. No social distancing! No masks! No cares in the world!

As the deep track unfurls, washes of blue and red lights bathe the club as strobe lights pierce through the darkness.  In the end, the video reminds us of good times past and better ones to come.

Hit the play button below and enjoy.

Video Premiere: Gargarin – Eskil

Gargarin - Eskil

With everything going on in the world right now, the timing couldn’t better for a new album from Gargarin, an ambient-dance project helmed by Graham “Dids” Dowdall.

A veteran musician who played with Nico in the ’80s, Dowdall, who is currently a member of avant-rock legends Peru Ubu and duo Roshi featuring Pars Radio, has collaborated and performed with John Cale, Ludus, Eric Random, Suns of Arqa, Band of Holy Jo and Low Bias.

Dowdall’s undeniable knack for crafting heartfelt electronica tracks rises to the next level on his brand-new full-length album, The Great North Wood (Geo Records).

The album’s title is a reference to the ancient forest of South London as well as “more mythical notions of the forest as a place of healing, safety, mystery and threat.”

We’re thrilled to world premiere the visually soothing video for “Eskil” from the new long-player. It’s exactly the sort of blissed-out, moody electronica we so desperately need right now.

Video Premiere: Sons of the Sun – Underwater Dreaming

Sons-of-the-Sun

While everyone’s talking about the sudden rise of virtual work due to the COVID-19 pandemic, transatlantic R&B, soul, jazz and hip-hop duo Sons of the Sun have been well-steeped in it for some time now.

In fact, the duo — American singer-songwriter JTronius and British producer Maverick Quest — have been collaborating virtually between Texas and South London ever since they met at on the music-tech networking app Brapp. The duo has never met in-person.

We’re pleased to world premiere the music video for the pair’s gloriously soulful debut single, “Underwater Dreaming,” directed by Nathalie Gordon.

The single — which features Philadelphia axeman Dai Miyazaki on guitar, horns from Scottish group The Brass Cats and bass from Reginald Payne (a.k.a. Bass Negusis) — is out September 25, 2020. The song culled from their forthcoming self-titled album on BBE Music.

As SotS’s head-nodder unfurls, the video depicts the day in the life of a couple in love. Those scenes are interspersed with cutaways of water lapping onto the shore of a beach and assorted nature eye candy that’ll make you long for summer.

Hit the play button below and enjoy.

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Video Premiere: Spekt1 feat. Prime Perf – Loose Leaf

Spekt1 feat. Prime Perf - Loose Leaf music video premiere

West Coast bass music producer Spekt1 is about to present his Flowery Combat EP via his We Got This label on September 14. Ahead of the EP’s release, we’re pleased to world premiere the music video for “Loose Leaf” featuring Prime Perf that was produced by SPEKt1 and We Go This Music.

Over a musical backdrop melding elements of trap, grime and hyphy, Prime Perf confidently spits his musical truth. In the slickly directed clip filmed at The Embarcadero in San Francisco, Spekt1 and Prime Perf are joined by a quarter of dancers who can pop and lock with the best of them.

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