DiscoveriesJP Hill

The Greatest Things In The Galaxy 03/22/18

DiscoveriesJP Hill
The Greatest Things In The Galaxy 03/22/18

All of the salvaged space junk, intercepted transmissions, and frontier discoveries that the Cosmic Incantations editorial team are excited about this week! Hit us up cosmicincantations@gmail.com and on social media (especially Instagram

  John Penn Browning

John Penn Browning

Cobra Edits dropped their fourth volume of handy disco-y house reworks and I’ve been bumping the very filthy FMF, a extended Mike Dunn tune telling the depths of spending the night with a sexually expressive individual. The other 3 volumes are all solid, showcasing tasteful sampling that become more than edits, truly something all their own. Peep those here.

The diverse sounds of newcomer Chevals (Homage, Better Listen) have grown even more with the ninth installment of LTD 10’s out just a couple days ago from Kolour LTD. Soul driven business for those lovers of life, warm affirming tunes, or mid tempo swayers. Check “I Can Prove It” and “Free Love” and I’ll catch y’all space cases next week. Peace and astro grease!

  Jon Paul Hill

Jon Paul Hill

Nobody knows how or why Fina is such a good label, but it is, and we all just have to deal with it. They continue their rampage of amazingness with the Limited Perception EP from Paso. If you're looking for some feelings up in your life, Vhyce is always there. Combining familiar grooves with contemporary textures and always getting you with the vocals! Check out 'Say We Will' out now. Wait, what time is it? About that hour to go get some Late Nite Snacks? Mmmmm sweet, bout to lick my teeth like a creep. 

  Ben Alexander

Ben Alexander

You know what they say, variety makes life frickin' spicy, and the new EP from S3A's label couldn't be anymore true to this. Turbojazz's Live As An Art is made up of 6 tracks and offers everything from low down, sample based beats, to deep & disco inspired house jams. Peep it over here. Speaking of flavor for your ears, the newest release on Lovedancing has plenty. NYC based Will Buckley and PRTMNTO teamed up to turn some hypnotic loops into dance floor weapons. Hats off to these two for balancing the classic garage and Chicago house styles, with notes of all kinds of different genres added into the mix. Ilif 1982 is the track for me, but check'em all out for yourself here. I'll leave you all with the best interview I read this week, one with Mike D of Beastie Boys fame. In the piece, Mike gets introspective on his music career, the death of Adam Yauch, kids, and even name drops the $uicideboy$. Read the whole thing in full on Vulture. Stay positive out there friendos!