The 10 Best 90’s Dub Mixes, according to Theo Kottis
From Madrid to Lyon, London to Austin, check out five of our favourite releases taken from our meticulously-curated ‘BRAND NEW’ playlist showcasing a handful of up-and-coming artists.
1. Sila Lua – ‘Quiero Llorar’
Based between London and Madrid, Spanish-producer and vocalist Sila Lua blends experimental ASMR-like productions with deeply transfixing Spanish vocals. With ‘Hecate’ released last summer, she now returns with ‘Quiero Llorar’ another wonderfully exciting and artistically mature body of work inspired by female archetypes.
2. Jäde – ‘Longtemps’
If you follow French rap, you may have come across this Lyon-based talent through collaborations with rising-star Lala&ce or even Lyonzon-affiliated rapper Gouap. She goes by the name of Jäde and after months of wait, she’s finally unveiled her very first music video! Produced by Keight and schumi1, ‘Longtemps’ is heater as hard-hitting as a construction site yet as delicate as fresh bedsheets.
3. Harry Edohoukwa – ‘Did You Not Pray?’
Tipped as one of this year’s must see acts at SXSW, Harry Edohoukwa’s music is quite hard to categorize. Imagine a sort of musical psychosis driven by bold lyricism and saturation, enhanced by a complete understanding and sensibility towards both rock and hip hop.
4. Kwaku Asante – ‘Sunday’
Born in North-West London, singer-songwriter Kwaku Asante has been creating quite a stir lately with the roll out of his singles all leading up to his debut EP ‘Honeycomb’. Due to be released at the end of this month, make sure to check this new single beforehand.
5. Seb.T – ‘City’
Birmingham-based rapper Seb.T delivers a lyrically unapologetic new track driven by a unique staccato-like flow and crisp production.
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