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I see your faces in the Sand: Edgar Everyone drops outstanding visuals for Who’s the Dreamer

With the much-anticipated five-track EP Who’s The Dreamer on the way soon in Springtime, Edgar Everyone brings an MGMT-like liveliness which is psychedelically stimulating to the core and shall open the eyes of many who needed a boost for the betterment of their soul with Who’s the Dreamer.

Edgar Everyone aka Jules de Gasperis is an off-and-on member of Low Hum and Kunzite who performs the kind of music which will put chills on even the most robust spines.

After being massively reinvigorated by a stint in the Amazon jungle for an ayahuasca retreat, Edgar Everyone has come back in a new space and shall start up all engines. Fueling our emotions with a beat to hug all night, this is a delightfully compelling release which deserves so much love.

Who’s the Dreamer from the hugely exhilarating and mega-creative Kosmic pop artist Edgar Everyone is the type of single which will pinch unconscious souls back from the freezer and into the light. This is a real eye-opener which will surely make many smile and beam in ecstasy. We find an inspired soul in seriously electric form for the betterment of our lives.

If you want to be happy again, place this video on repeat.

See this fine video to change all moods via YouTube.

Find out more on IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

SEN COV smashes electronic archetypes in his latest cinematic breakbeat single, Kotor

Sound designer, artist, composer, and Strange Planet Label founder, SEN COV, has taken his aural mixology skills to the next level with his electronic-archetype-smashing mix, Kotor.

The cold grimey house beats fed through breakbeat progressions welcome you to the dark underbelly of house as SEN COV experiments with electro drill energy and polishes his sound in cinematically dystopic gravitas. We’ve more than had our electronic fill at A&R Factory, but no artist came quite as close as SEN COV came close to sating our hunger for original flair.

After Kotor, SEN COV will be unleashing fortnightly mixes. If you appreciate genre-transcending Drum n Bass breakbeat style, save a space on your radar.

Kotor is now available to stream on SoundCloud. You can keep up to date with all of the artist’s latest releases via Instagram.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

Io/One send out warrior message with ”Ta qifsha nonen”

Io/One are a new and mysterious group that are little on information but plentiful on creating a movie soundtrack. ”Ta qifsha nonen” from Io/One is one of the most fascinating entries of the year.

A brooding sound emanates from the shadows and my soul feels like I’m hearing a new sound that excites and terrifies me at the same time. This is a cinematic visual track and I feel like a music video must be in the offerings very soon. There is a warriors tone here from a waterfall jungle far, far away.

This is the 7th song off ”Chimère” from Io/One and the beat is so menacing here that it makes me a bit paranoid. The missile sounds and battle chants in the background simmer nicely in the pot to cook us up a real song of interest. I have never heard a track like this in my life. 2020 flips the axis again with this exciting ”Ta qifsha nonen” from Io/One.

To stream this new song head through to the Spotify page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

A&R Factory Present: Marble Empire

At just 20, Matt Berry aka Marble Empire already has credits remixing for the likes of Jack Garrett. But the producer/artist (as stated on his Twitter page) is now ready to make a name for himself.

Twenty is the latest offering from the Surrey native who credits the likes of NAO and Jungle as his main influences. The deep-house cut demonstrates Berry’s ear for an infectious hook.

In his dulcet tone, Berry recounts a situation where he was urged to try harder in a relationship. ‘Don’t stop doing what you want / Just try a little harder with me’ he sings against a bouncy synth heavy beat.

NAO’s influence on Berry can be heard throughout the song right from the start, but he steers clear of coming across as an outright copycat, with the production sounding more like a gentle nod of appreciation.

More likely to be heard in trendy wine bars in central London rather than the nightclubs of South England, Marble Empire sounds confident and determined to show what he is capable of. Singing may not be Berry’s main forté, but when the music is this good who really cares?

Words: @colouroffensive