seekae believe blogArtist: Seekae
Release: Test & Recognise EP 
Label: Future Classic
Genre: Dance – Beats & Breaks 

Sydney trio Seekae release a four track EP to support the release of the 2nd single, ‘Test & Recognise’ from the forthcoming album, ‘The Worry’. The EP includes remixes from Cassius Select and Howls (Ta-Ku) plus an edit from label mate, Flume.



lost midasArtist: Lost Midas 
Release: Off the Course 
Label: Tru Thoughts Records
Genre: Dance 

With influences ranging from a lifelong love of pop melodies and the ‘80s New Wave through J. Dilla to The Mahavishnu Orchestra, LA based producer and multi-instrumentalist Lost Midas treads an aesthetic turf somewhere between Neon Indian and Bibio; irresistible and enduring ditties peeped through a shifting shroud of striking textures and idiosyncratic beats. 

Lost Midas is the alter ego of Boston born Jason Trikakis, who first established himself as a hip hop drummer throughout his teens and into his ‘20s. As the anchor of popular hip hop and funk seven-piece the Press Project, which formed at university in New Hampshire, Trikakis had his first taste of full scale touring, including support for The Roots and backing for Slick Rick. A stint in indie rock band The Honors in the mid 2000s, along with various session work including for Nigerian vocalist Iyeoka, also widened his horizons. 

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audiojackArtist: Audiojack
Release: Traction
Label: Tsuba
Genre: Dance

Following their remix of Moodtrap last year, we welcome Audiojack to Tsuba with two of their distinctive bass lead house tracks backed with a killer cosmic mix from Running Back’s Lauer.

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chorus grantArtist: Chorus Grant
Release: Space
Label: Tambourhinoceros
Genre: Indie Pop

Chorus Grant is the moniker of Kristian Finne who is also one half of the duo Cancer with Nikolaj Manuel Vonsild of When Saints Go Machine.
Chorus Grant is music for people who like Elliot Smith, Wilco and Cass McCombs. While the music is immensely alluring and easily accessible for the listeners, the lyrics and the concept of Chorus Grant are revolving around events and emotions we all recognise, but seldomly understand. It leaves room for interpretation.