For the second time in two days, United Kingdom producer extraordinaire SBTRKT delivers a guest feature-focused release for the people. “I Feel Your Pain” is a collaborative effort between SBTRKT, Virginia up and comer D.R.A.M., and Stockholm’s very own Mabel. Stream “I Feel Your Pain” below.
European producer SBTRKT had been laying low until he dropped “Good Morning.” The new record, which released via Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio show, features The-Dream and has a rather grandiose feel to it. This is the biggest thing we’ve heard from SBTRKT since his 2014 LP, Wonder Where We Land. The song can be . . .
SBTRKT recently released a newbie with London-based producer Tev’n called “Relics.” The lyrics center around remorse and regret. The instrumentation is rife with brooding, mysterious sounds that add to the song’s complex emotions. There’s no word as to whether or not a new SBTRKT album is on the way. Stream “Relics” below, and listen to . . .
SBTRKT embraces the weird with “FLAREtWO,” their latest release. Disorienting, fast-paced, and off-kilter, it uses heavy doses of percussion, ominous melodies, and generally strange sounds to create a listening experience that probably won’t compare to anything else you’ve listened to. Stream “FLAREtWO” below.
SBTRKT‘s latest release is “The Light,” featuring British vocalist Denai Moore. SBTRKT’s “The Light” is set to be featured on their forthcoming album, Wonder Where We Land, which releases on September 23 via Young Turks. Listen to “The Light” below, and check out SBTRKT’s forthcoming international tour dates afterwards. UK 09/19/14 – London, UK @ . . .
“Here’s another (Voices In My Head) song from my upcoming album. This track was started in London (with an idea i recorded on an upright piano) – took this to Los Angeles (set up at Fleas the Boat studio in Silver Lake) collaborating further with Stella (drums) & Emily (vocals) from Warpaint – took this . . .
Today is a good day. Yes, Monday is a good day. Why, you may ask? Well, one reason is “Higher,” a new collaborative track between two unique artists: SBTRKT and Raury. Raury continues to build the unique brand of artistry that drew many listeners to his Indigo Child project. Look for SBTRKT’s album to drop . . .
Futuristic and mysterious producer SBTRKT drops a short but sweet gem today in the form of “Runaway,” which clocks in at just over a minute and features vocals from Jessie Ware and Sampha. The track, filled with layered synths and jingling percussion, has a mysterious feel to it that increases as the song progresses and . . .
SBTRKT claims that “IMO” has yet to be mixed and mastered. If that’s the case, we’re truly in for something amazing when the final version drops. The version we have here is more than good enough, in my opinion. According to SBTRKT’s YouTube, the song is from the sessions for his forthcoming album, which has . . .
UK singer-songwriter, Joy Crookes, drops new single, “Bad Feeling.” She’s in a bind as she weighs the pros and cons of a potential relationship. She seduces with a breezy, light lust over her melodic lamentation. Via her SoundCloud page we learn: Produced by Tev’n (SBTRKT, Celeste, Lily Allen) and written by Joy herself, the captivating percussion-laden . . .
Nao captivated an increasingly large audience with the release of her For All We Know album last year. That project sees new life with the release of her For All We Know remix EP, which features varied reworkings courtesy of an all-star cast that includes Kaytranada, Stormzy, SBTRKT, Sam Gellaitry, and Mura Masa. Stream the . . .
Denai Moore turns heads with her new solo effort, “I Swore.” She was recently featured on SBTRKT‘s latest album, Wonder Where We Land, but “I Swore” proves that she easily holds her own as a solo artist. Powerful lyrics and lush harmonies mesh with cinematic instrumentation to capture listeners’ attentions for the duration of the . . .
California songstress JENI was first featured on A.M. by Jarred when he stumbled across her remake of SBTRKT’s “Wildfire.” Well, history repeats itself. Last night, as I sat on Soundcloud surfing the waves and discovering new talent, I came across an incredibly smooth remake of Justin Timberlake‘s “Suit & Tie”, and experienced JENI’s music for . . .
When was the last time you fell in love at first listen? For me, it was this morning. The culprit? 17-year-old producer from Liverpool, UK known as Lapsley. The young musician has crafted a truly beautiful song in the form of “Stations.” A 3-minute audio experience, reminiscent of a Sampha meets XXYYXX type of vibe, . . .