A mix deditcated to Joy parties – compiled by Bed-Stuy’s Ashlyn Ace.
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The year is new and half way through, sounds have changed and people have moved on ~ Summer Cool Two brings together fourteen impossibly-chilled tracks from artists we are surrounded by, work alongside of and just admire the most from coast to coast to coast.
s/o Devon White (www.cheffer.ca) for the visual imagery, Patrick Holland for smoothing everything together, Patrick Gregoire for bringing the sounds out and all of the others who help out in several other ways – lots of love.
Physical Here ~ http://summercool.storenvy.com/products/13465062-summer-cool-two-cassette
Digital There ~ https://summercool.bandcamp.com/album/two
TRACK LIST & INFO
Unknown Mobile – There You Go: Ebbing and flowing, bumping and jiving groove from the interior of British Columbia. Unknown Mobile’s debut album Chime, Flower & Fountain Cures is out now via Summer Cool
Karneef - Australia: Electronic music is in. Jazz is in. Computers are in. Karneef’s second record, a double LP, will contain 11 instrumental pieces and 10 “real” songs, and will be called Musiq Irresponsible, out on Out On Bail records this year.
Guy Incognito – Night Drums: Trickling and hazey synth journey from the smoke-heavy prairie town of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
RC Leigh – Two Shades Deep: A stone-cold groove project from the Canadian northwest, inspired in part by BC Ferries.
Rollie – Come See Me: An early offer of Roland Pemberton’s new rap project, Rollie. Dedicated to the real Jack Johnson
Compton Chic – Death Of Me II: Perhaps recorded long ago, potentially purposed for the future, this is one of the few tracks you can find from Montreal’s Compton Chic. Or maybe it isn’t, but whatever the mystery may be, this song is not worth passing up. Close those eyes, forget who you are and come off the ego.
Better Person – Sentiment: Something is so on point about the lyrical and musical expressions of Better Person. With a debut EP coming from Berlin’s ever-growing Mansions and Millions catalogue this coming fall, the excitement cannot be contained.
Vesuvio Solo – Don’t Leave Me In The Dark: While we await a follow up to their debut Favors, here is a four track demo the band recorded last spring in Montreal
Dylan III – Say It Slowly: Sentimental soulful single from Venti, the debut EP by Dylan III, coming to you September 15th, 2015 online through Wikipedia.
It is June 30th and we are happy to have this out in the world for all of you. Chime, Flower & Fountain Cures is our first full release brought to being by Unknown Mobile. Our friends at The Editorial Magazine premiered the album featuring a special write up from Project Pablo.
If you’re in Vancouver this July 4th, do not miss the launch party hosted at Sunset Terrace. Unknown Mobile will be joined by Vancouver locals, Regular Fantasy and Ramzi – event details below.
Ease into the summer feel.. morning, noon and night with the slim media player
Cool press mixtape care of Samuel Scott ~
Vancouver-via-Montreal’s Unknown Mobile (aka Levi Bruce) will release his house debut Chime, Flower & Fountain Cures June 30th on Summer Cool Music. The release will be available digitally and limited edition mixed-cassette, which you can now pre-order via Summer Cool Distro.
Listen to the first track of the release below & if you are in Vancouver on July 4th, stop by Sunset Terrace to celebrate alongside Unknown Mobile, RAMZi (1080p/Total Stasis) & regularfantasy (Genero/Plush Managements)
Read up more about the release and stream the debut track ‘Interior Groove’ on Exclaim!
Pre-order digital & cassette here: http://tinyurl.com/o6mbws3
Album launch: https://www.facebook.com/events/871960382877670/
Pat Jordache is back! Following his debut 2011 release Future Songs on Constellation Records, Steps springs from three years of labyrinthine sessions, building a state of the art studio, producing artists on his Banko Gotiti imprint and managing a sleazy dance club. Dark, playful, loosely honest, cynical AND care-free, the record pulls from Eno, Plastic Soul, and Shep Pettibone. For all of its careful assemblage, Steps is an uncanny, accidental party record. Out May 15th via Banko Gotiti Records on 140g vinyl and through major digital outlets.
STREAM ‘SINGLE SERIES’ via Dummy Mag here
Pat Jordache ‘Steps’ tracklist:
02. Morning Sun
03. Fields Laying Fallow
05. Anonymous Woman
08. Paradise O Paradise
Pat Jordache live dates:
May 8th: Double Double Land, Toronto
May 15th: Bar “Le Ritz” PDB, Montreal
May 27th: Elvis Guest House, New York
Kara-Lis Coverdale is a Montreal composer/artist with a whole lot on the way.
Press the button ~ hit play ~ flutter away
Rollie is a Montreal rapper formerly known as Cadence Weapon. Here’s a mix he made for us
He will be releasing the Rollie EP in time to blast it out of your jeep this summer and putting out an album later in 2015.