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At the heart of this system was what Bahá’u’lláh termed a “new Covenant” between God and humankind. The distinguishing feature of humanity’s coming of age is that, for the first time in its history,
Before that record drops on April 11, one of its three productions, "Bleeding Colours (Untold Remix)," is now available to hear in its entirety. As one might expect, the tune is heavy with a capital "H," as the remixer leans hard on a gnarled
Exactly how can this be possible when you seldom go to a near hair beauty salon? Are you even sure that this hair salon offers the best hair care services? Exactly how can you accomplish a wonderful looking hair without too much fuss?
Now, longtime San Francisco house authority Dave Aju (pictured above) has been enlisted to remix album standout "Why Didn't You Call?"a somber, piano-led tune which features additional vocal contributions from Lulu James . In Aju's hands, the
has released a full stream of his new record, Invisible In Your City , before it releases this month via Gilles Peterson's Brownswood label. The album sculpts coy bits of noise, gentle piano notes, and soothing backbeats around Ozanne's sensual vocal
Around a year-and-a-half ago, we called his album debut, The Keychain Collection , "cohesive" and "planned," and from the new songs he's shared so far, Gang Colours seems to be pushing forward into an even more cohesive place for his latest record...
Duncan Cooper Southampton singer/producer Will Ozanne will release his second album as Gang Colours, called Invisible in Your City and up for preorder now , on September 16th via Gilles Peterson's label Brownswood. Led by Example features a synth
And it came to pass, as Joseph was come unto his brethren, that they stript Joseph out of his coat, his coat of many colours that was on him; -- Gen. 37:23 (KJV) The brothers attacked Joseph by first eliminating the
The Southampton-based house veteran has set the bar high for his new imprint with The Healing EP; in addition to remixing his own tune, the DJ/producer enlisted top-notch UK producers to rework "Healing," like Hot Chip, Midland, and, featured here,
It's really simple, showing photos of a blue sky, a red stop light, orange juice, pink flamingos and so on. Hugh really likes the picture of the coloured pencils, pointing at different ones and having me tell him what the colours are. The flaps are