Review: The newest single from Barcelona's Squire dives deeper into late night house grooves for discerning DJs. Following up great releases by the young producer on the likes of Flying Circus Recordings, Kindisch, Bar25 Music and now Smoke N Mirrors out of San Francisco. "Move, Dance, Rewind" is a deep and slow burning tech house groove that will provide ample mood lighting early in the evening. This one really builds up to something powerful. "Parallel Frames "is the heaviest of the bunch - this slinky and hypnotic number on the progressive vibe is perfect to play later on in the morning as the sun comes up.
Review: Twinkids is the electronic pop project of Matt Young and Gene Fukui. After meeting at Oberlin College & Conservatory in northeast Ohio: the same place that spawned other huge acts like Teengirl Fantasy, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Liz Phair, they have been steadily releasing since 2010. Their new single "Body Wonder" is a song about romantic desperation, according to San Francisco based Om Records. In the same lush, harmonic style of their first single "Dreamer", it features a roomy vocal production, heavy percussion and big sustained synths. The track confesses a poetic story of dependence: 'I won't know how to fall if you let go of me'.
Review: Despite his young age, Squire has already released records on big labels such as Get Physical, Rebellion, My Favorite Robot and Parquet Recordings. "Truthful Groove" is a stunning showcase of deep electronic soul. He masterfully weaves psychedelic rhythms with ethereal soundscapes unlike any we've heard before. The entire EP is a deep journey of dance floor rockers. Both heady and groovy, these cuts are sure to bring energy and character to dance floors across the world. are sure to bring energy and character to dancefloors across the world.