Los Angeles producer Elusive returns to Dome of Doom with the new album Bonsai Tree. Recordings took place during November and December of last year at Elusive’s home studio in Venice, with features from LA-based musicians Ian Roller (saxophone) and Gabe Steiner (trumpet). The whole album is definitely worth a listen, available on Bandcamp.
Brijean Murphy was one of indie’s most in-demand pop percussionists in 2018, performing for Poolside, Toro Y Moi, and U.S. Girls. Now Brijean collaborates with producer Doug Stuart to record her first album Walkie Talkie, upcoming on their own label Brijean and Dougie Stu Music. Available to pre-order as Digital Album on Bandcamp, as well as a pledge fund for a vinyl/record release.
Thibault Renou is a musician, composer and producer based in Paris. Trained in jazz and classical music at the conservatoire, Thibault formerly played bass for Fakear. From the album Maïsha Suite (Maïsha means “life“ in Swahili), forthcoming on InFiné label and available to pre-order on Bandcamp.
Godtet is the live band project from Sydney guitarist, producer & beat-maker Godriguez (Dave Rodriguez). While in Melbourne playing shows launching the first album, Godtet decided to record the next album II, mostly recorded in one day and deeply rooted in improvisation. Available to pre-order was Record/Vinyl and Digital Album from Bandcamp. Released on La Sape.
William Holland (aka Quantic) is a British multi-instrumentalist, producer, DJ and remixer, who likes to mixes jazz sensibility with future dancefloor orientated grooves, deep funk, tough drums and tropical rhythms. Holland has been based in Colombia since 2006. From the upcoming album Atlantic Oscillations, out on New York based Brighton label Tru Thoughts. Available to pre-order as a Black 2xLP 12″ Vinyl, CD and Digital Album on Bandcamp.
Born in the US, Sarathy Korwar grew up in Ahmedabad and Chennai in India. Now based in London. From the upcoming album More Arriving, out on The Leaf Label. Available to pre-order from Bandcamp as Digital Album, CD, Vinyl LP, and/or limited edition transparent red Vinyl LP (edition of 700).
Dutch electro-jazz-funk allrounder Mitchel Van Dinther (aka Jameszoo) is a record producer from ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands. Recorded live with Jules Buckley and Metropole Orkest at Melkweg concert hall. Released via Brainfeeder, and available to pre-order from Bandcamp.