Artist: Seb Wildblood

Release: Submarine EP 
Label: SW Recordings
Genre: House

Following on from his well received Foreign Parts LP this Summer, Seb Wildblood releases new four track EP ‘Submarine’, on the SW catalogue. The DJ, producer and label head of south London’s ‘Church’, delivers four dreamy house cuts with a remix from 1080’s Project Pablo.

As the title of the release suggests, all four tracks submerge the listener in Wildblood’s deep, melodic grooves. Lush soundscapes are complimented with subtle 4/4 beat structures . The EP is out on the 7th December.

 

 

Artist: Blue House 
Release: Hot Air Balloons
Label: Vaguely Pagan
Genre: Alternative

London duo Blue House, comprised of James Howard and Ursula Russell, formerly of Fiction and Drop Out Venus Hot Air Balloons, are unveiling their debut single via Vaguely Pagan Records on December 11th.

The single demonstrates just one facet of the band’s far-reaching sound, showcasing their ability to craft a deft, hazy indiepop gem; an unexpected mix of expansive M83 nostalgia and the winsome sound of Sarah Records acts like The Field Mice.

 

 

 

Artist: Various
Release: Best of 2015
Label: Reel People & Papa Records
Genre: Soul / House

2015 has been another incredible year for us here at PAPA RECORDS & REEL PEOPLE MUSIC.

A very productive year as we proudly showcased you music from quality producers such as OPOLOPO, JOEY NEGRO, DJ SPINNA, DARIO D’ATTIS, URBAN SOUND LAB, THE LAYABOUTS, DJ FUDGE, RICHARD EARNSHAW and of course our very own REEL PEOPLE.

 

 

 

Artist: Trilo
Release: End Game
Label: Renegade Hardware
Genre: Dance

 

Always forward thinking; always marked by quality and dedication, the standard doesn’t slip on the End Game EP. Trilo is a producer from Slovakia, now residing in Poland, who has issued music on Bad Taste, Eatbrain, Disturbed,as well as Hardware. Involved in music all his life, Trilo has been steadily evolving as an artist and this EP is a perfect showcase of this development and his work fits right into the legacy of the Hardware empire.