Happy July! Here is the latest in of our new release catch up, bringing you up to speed with state51’s great new music.
1. Piney Gir, Mr. Hyde’s Wild Ride.
A favourite in the state51 office. Piney Gir’s sixth album, released on Damaged Goods. iTunes gets an exclusive version including 3 extra tracks.
“A retro delight…” – The Guardian
“…open-hearted pop that has you clutching your knees with glee” – Drowned In Sound
“Exuberant, bursts with joy, divine and sometimes mournful” – Q
“The type of open-hearted pop that has you clutching your knees with glee” – DROWNED IN SOUND
“A honky-tonkin’ celebration of the holy pleasures of the flesh” – THE WORD
2. Ambassadeurs, Patterns.
Patterns is the debut album from the much-championed UK electronica artist, Ambassadeurs: bass heavy, ethereal electronica, through to dark ambient moments, and shimmering, melodic techno.
3. Ephemerals, Nothin Is Easy (Deluxe Edition).
Crossing the London – New York divide, Ephemerals were the breakthrough soul act of 2014 and one of the hottest tickets for 2015 festivals with Glastonbury, Bestival and Mostly Jazz lined up for the UK. This deluxe re-issue includes new tracks.
4. Bad Habit, Screens.
if you have any love in your heart for UKG, this EP is for you – with a single release, Bad Habit stakes his claim as one of the best and brightest operating in garage right now.
You can listen to all of these on our Release Recap Spotify playlist. Enjoy!