Australia’s Set Mo Release New Single ‘Afterglow’ Featuring Thandi Phoenix | OUT NOW | STREAM

SET MO SHARE LATEST TRACK 
IN THEIR RELEASE PER MONTH SERIES
 ‘AFTERGLOW’ FEAT. THANDI PHOENIX

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SET MO – ‘AFTERGLOW’ FT. THANDI PHOENIX 
RELEASE DATE: OUT NOW
 
LISTEN TO SET MO ‘AFTERGLOW’ FT. THANDI PHOENIX HERE

Australia’s hardest working production duo Set Mo(Nick Drabble & Stu Turner) today share their newest release “Afterglow” feat. Thandi Phoenix, as part of their track-a-month series viaSet Mo Records; continuing to leave fans wanting more. Written in their hometown studio, “Afterglow”is a club-worthy triumph, electrified via rolling beats that shimmer and dance before the soulful, honeyed vocals of Sydney’s Thandi Phoenix come into play – invigorating with every swirl of synth.

“This track is an idea we started over a year ago. We’d been listening to some of our favourite albums and revisited the classic Play by Moby. We wanted to write a mid-tempo track that had a bit of a boom-bap feeling to it. We then got in the studio with Thandi almost a year later and wrote the topline with her. We’ve been friends with Thandi for a while now and always said we’d do a track together, so it was awesome to finally work on something. Her soulful but powerful voice sounds great on this and we couldn’t be happier with how it turned out.” Set Mo

Having spent 2017 focused heavily on writing, working along the way with big names including Touch Sensitive, AJ Wright (Cloud Control), Asta and Julian Hamilton (The Presets), Nick and Stu have now spent 2018 sharing their abundance of new music created in studios across London, Amsterdam, Berlin and Australia. Amassing support from Triple J and Music Junkee, between recent singles ‘Stuck’ and ‘Down The Line’ Feat. A J Wright. Set Mo’s series has presented a collection of certifiable hits with “Fault Lines” premiered on Triple J Good Nights, further success saw the track added to Apple Music’s A List along with 11 New Music Friday Spotify playlists globally.

Set Mo ‘Afterglow’ Feat. Thandi Phoenix is OUT NOW via Set Mo Records

LISTEN BACK: YOYAKU INSTORE SESSION: D’JULZ

Click the link below to check out D’julz instore session at Yoyaku records in Paris on 31st October

The session marks the launch of D’julz new label JV, in collaboration with Yoyaku distribution.

“With Bass Culture Records nearing its tenth anniversary, it’s absolutely the right time to artistically invest in a new project. The music coming from Yoyaku and sub-labels like Hostom, AKU and Yoyakuza, is consistently high-grade stuff. We both share the same ethos of bringing a fresh generation of artists to the forefront, so working together is sure to be totally inspiring.”

D’julz, live at Yoyaku Paris. 

OUT NOW

JV001
D’julz ‘Chaplin’s Bong’
A1. Chaplin’s Bong
A.2. J’y Vais

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https://www.yydistribution.fr/vinyl/jv01/

MAYA JANE COLES EXPLORES PARALLEL ARTISTIC DEPTHS DROPPING TWO BRAND NEW TRACKS

THE EPONYMOUSLY PRODUCED “DON’T LEAVE” RELEASED ALONGSIDE “FOUNDATION”UNDER HER DUBBIER & BASS DRIVEN NOCTURNAL SUNSHINE ALTER-EGO.

Maya Jane Coles – “Don’t Leave” – LISTEN/EMBED
Nocturnal Sunshine – “Foundation” – LISTEN/EMBED

The simmering restlessness and fierce reputation of Maya Jane Coles’s career journey that has led to her decision to today release lead tracks fromboth her herself and her alter ego in one unanticipated drop is a young woman at the height of her artistic powers. 

The multifaceted and seemingly unstoppable Maya Jane Coles today proves it is possible to propel forward a distinctive sound in more than one singular direction. Written, produced, and mixed entirely by Maya plus visually accompanied by Maya’s own artwork and photography and released on her own label I/AM/ME this is THE world of Maya Jane Coles on Maya’s terms. 

The release is a confident creative expressive of revisiting the darker, more bass-driven productions with a heavy hip-hop and dub influence of her early studio work as Nocturnal Sunshine while also driving her prolific club sound in an experimental often sinister dance floor direction.

Nocturnal Sunshine has for many years been the British-Japanese producers go-to for exploring dubbier, bass-driven aesthetics; a sound that has she undoubtedly made her own with provocative and subtly commanding hits such as “Cant Hide The Way I Feel” and ‘Take Me There’ as well as an array of prolific remixes including The Orb, Alpines and Karin Park.

Here “Foundation” avoids any kind of conceptual framework yet follows Maya’s own personal narrative delivering on the same uncompromising genealogy that her 2015 Nocturnal Sunshine LP was born from  – igniting excitement over a new full length Nocturnal Sunshine album that is lined up for 2019.

Daringly dark yet packed with drama and joy the dual track announcement comes from an artist who never shies away from progression. “Don’t Leave”Indulges in earthy, abstract tech house terrain and speeds into action with little regard for consequences. 

Simultaneously dark and bright, Maya Jane Colesis an artist of great consistency. Untainted in her production and constant in her delivery she makes it clear that what was once considered a remix side-project has fully manifested itself into a parallel alter ego. 

Fulfilling to the listening experience and rewarding to the seasoned Maya Jane Coles fan; the London based Producer/DJ upholds her craving of both the danceable sounds that sit in the house music spotlight as much as illuminating what is prowling in the shadows.