Bayalien Sound System March 2019 Chart

Bayalien Sound System

  1. Lil Wayne x Aphex Twin – “Stuntin Like My Daddy” (ONHELL Rmx) – Dome of Doom
  2. Bayalien Sound System – “Bish So Bad” – Dubplate
  3. Poppa Doses x Taso – “Bass S***” – Dubplate
  4. Samba x Chokez – “Ghastly” – Encrypted Audio
  5. Janet Jackson – “Got Til’ It’s Gone (Chimpo Relick)” – Box N’ Lock
  6. Ternion Sound – “Hopeless” – Chestplate
  7. Bayalien Sound System – “License Dub” – Dubplate
  8. Headland – “Cold Warning” – Innamind/Blacklist
  9. Poppa Doses – “Tiempo” – Dubplate
  10. Golden Eye – “Hustlin” – Foundation Channel

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Video Premiere: Cool Explosions – Glass Jars

Cool Explosions

Up-and-coming Melbourne-based trio Cool Explosions will release their upcoming self-titled LP on March 14. The threesome’s quixotic, synth-driven sound is a captivating blend of digi soul, downtempo and electronica.

Ahead of the album’s release, we’re thrilled to world premiere the visually stunning music video for opening track “Glass Jars.” The evocative clip directed by Sasha Whitehouse and choreographed and performed by Juliet Burnett.

The video was “made on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We recognize their elders past, present and emerging, and acknowledge that sovereignty has not been seceded and no treaty has been signed.”

Kinetic Screen for ‘Lights Programming / Title Design’
Make-up by Dana Leviston
Wardrobe – Kowtow

Premiere: Oberst & Buchner – Blank Follows Blank

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What an interesting journey it has been for Andreas Buchner & Sebastian Oberst. The longtime Berlin-Vienna friends began exploring their musical dalliances with guitars. They eventually gravitated from six-string toward synths and DJing. In the process, they’ve honed their left field sound, a smart pastiche of subterranean house and techno.

The fruit of the pair’s hard work can be heard on their upcoming debut album, Sfumato, due out March 1 via Hold Your Ground/Audiolith. The title takes its name from a painting technique of allowing tones and colors to shade gradually into one another, producing softened outlines or hazy forms

We’re thrilled to world premiere “Blank Follows Blank,” an evocative synth-driven slow boil of track, from the upcoming full-length album.

Here’s what Oberst & Buchner had to say about the cut: “‘Blank Follows Blank’ is a tribute to the power void, to ideas disappearing over time and to space collapsing — a blank paper that is crumbled up and thrown into the bin to start a fresh one.”

Oded Nir February 2019 Chart

Oded Nir Photo by Mike Van Den Toorn

  1. Oded Nir ft. Cece Noir – Amsterdam Nights – Suntree Records
  2. Horse Meat Disco, Amy Douglas – Let’s Go Dancing (Dimitri From Paris Remix) – Glitterbox Recordings
  3. Sheldon So Goode – Sexy Dancer (Reelsoul & DJ Spen Remix) – Quantize Recordings
  4. Kevin Yost – Keep On Loving (19 Beatkilla Extended Rework) – i! Records
  5. Dennis Ferrer, K.T. Brooks – How Do I Let Go (Doug Gomez Merecumbe Soul Remix) – King Street Sounds
  6. Mr. V – Definition (Soul Mix) – SOLE Channel Music
  7. Diego Auguanno – Your Life (Deep Nuance Mix) – Purple Music
  8. Paul Trouble Anderson – Greedy T (Main Vocal Mix) – unquantize
  9. Scarlett Libby – New Plan (Original Mix) – Ban Tai Records
  10. Jorge Araujo, Mr. Kris – Question My Love (Eric Faria & Mr. Kris Remix) – Suntree Records

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