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Brokenchord

by Editor | 12th September 2017

Ernestas Kaušylas, better known as Black Acre artist Brokenchord, is a producer and multi-instrumentalist from the small industrial town of Utena in Lithuania. A creator of layered, woozy instrumentals bolstered by chuddering beats, Brokenchord’s sound has seen him support Bonobo in Latvia and Lithuania and provide a remix of ‘Giving Up The Ghost’ for Radiohead’s […]

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Merci Jitter present Movements Vol. II

by Editor | 21st December 2016

Spawned in Peckham but with family spreading across several countries, the Merci Jitter collective are all about breaking down the borders between nations, genres and art forms. Nowhere is this better expressed than in their Movements compilations, the second edition of which dropped just last week. A stimulating mix of electronic sounds that pay scant […]

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Ponty Mython

by Editor | 11th October 2016

Lithuania’s football team earned a crucial point against Scotland in their World Cup qualifier last weekend, but that’s not the best result the country has produced recently. For that you’d have to look to Aleksandr ‘Ponty Mython‘ Pletnev, a self-described ‘skinny and bearded lad from Vilnius’ whose kaleidoscopic take on house is winning him fans […]

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Brokenchord

by Editor | 12th September 2017

Ernestas Kaušylas, better known as Black Acre artist Brokenchord, is a producer and multi-instrumentalist from the small industrial town of Utena in Lithuania. A creator of layered, woozy instrumentals bolstered by chuddering beats, Brokenchord’s sound has seen him support Bonobo in Latvia and Lithuania and provide a remix of ‘Giving Up The Ghost’ for Radiohead’s […]

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Merci Jitter present Movements Vol. II

by Editor | 21st December 2016

Spawned in Peckham but with family spreading across several countries, the Merci Jitter collective are all about breaking down the borders between nations, genres and art forms. Nowhere is this better expressed than in their Movements compilations, the second edition …

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