Bullion compiled and mixed a selection of forthcoming releases on his Deek Recordings imprint, which features tracks from artists that include himself, Blue Roses, Van Conk, and Nautic. This mix challenges recent findings that all pop music sounds the same, and can hopefully convert a few more listeners to the Deek sound. Stay tuned for more information on all of these releases.
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Nautic is a collaborative project between Bullion, Laura Groves, and Tic, who met during their time together at XL/Young Turks. They sent over “Fixxx”, a slow moving pop ballad that channels their previously far-out sonic explorations (Tic produced Jessie Ware + Sampha‘s “Valentine”) into a new frame of focus. I love hearing this unique confluence of influences. Their two-track debut is now available on the band’s bandcamp (for only ₤1.20), [...]
Our latest Substitute Teachers comes from Seattle-via-Columbus based producer Rumtum, whose beat tapes and collaborative EP with Monster Rally have been some of our favorite releases this year. I shot him a few questions after listening to his mix. Where does the name Rumtum come from? It’s like a Native American/tribal name. Was there a particular track or artist that got you started producing? The Whitefield Brothers track that is [...]
Toro Y Moi was one of the last artists I’d expect to contribute to BTS Radio‘s phenomenal guest mix series, but his diverse selection – which includes a stunning deep house section – is impeccably mixed and features greats from Blank & Kytt, Julio Bashmore, Bullion, and most unexpectedly Stephen Farris. You’re going to want to download this for yourself.