• We’re listening to...: June • July 

EP: ‘It's Not What You Said
It's Because You Spoke’

Artist: DJ Pitch

Label: Edited Arts

TT and All Centre bossman DJ Pitch brings an incredible tapestry of emotive club music for his first album on experimental artist platform Edited Arts. The musical influences contained within the album stretch from trap, pop, breakbeat, dancehall, gabber to name a few. These stylistic nods combined with contemporary club sounds found sounds and a selection of pitched, warped and whispered vocals, make for my favourite listen of the month.

It’s difficult to pick a single track out with such a strong, cohesive sound across the album. ‘Know myself’ is particularly good. Mists of static noise carry melancholic rave-like stabs, slowly developing into percussive break-laced structures. Organ Tapes’ signature tuned vocals, layered on eye-watering guitar shreds and a killer drum beat make for another standout track on ‘Special Word’. The closing track ‘Follower Loop’ (feat emanaeul and Rafael Lubner) is also a necessary mention with its cascading bass rhythms and pitch-bent brass notes resonating beneath raw vocal chops.

By: Jamie Shearer - @jshearer92

EP: ‘Dedicated 2 Disrespect’


Label: XL Recordings

LSDXOXO is a name that needs no introduction. I have been a fan of his music ever since I came across is soundcloud page a few years ago. It was listening to his remix of Kelela’s Truth or Dare that led be into the rabbit hole, eager to hear more.

With his latest release on XL Records, LSDXOXO reaffirms exactly who he is and reminds us to not put him in a box. He shows us the many different sides of his personality. For me it was the infectious ‘Mutant Exotic’ that had me fantasizing about being on a beach and drinking a margarita. I have heard the track played by many DJs when out and about and it’s no wonder why. ‘The Devil’ another standout track is edgy and dark, with a groove to keep you dancing. I will surely continue to follow LSDXOXO and anticipate what he does next.


By: Joseph Agboola- @internationaljoe_os

EP: ‘Watch Out’

Artist: India Jordan

Label:  Ninja Tune

I remember the first time I heard an India Jordan track, and it immediately gave me joy. Her debut For You recieved many praises for its range and ode to the LGBTQ community. With their latest release on Ninja Tunes. India continues to showcase her musical range fusing breakbeats, old school house vocals and layed synths.

Each track gives me a different feeling making it difficult to select just one. When listening to the EP, I’m reminded of raving and those special moments that take place on the dancefloor. My standout track would have to be ‘And Groove’. The track starts off with a vocal that immediately gets your attention. Letting you know you’re in for a treat. 

By: Joseph Agboola- @internationaljoe_os