DiscoveriesJP Hill

The Greatest Things In The Galaxy 12/20/18

DiscoveriesJP Hill
The Greatest Things In The Galaxy 12/20/18

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

Well here we are 5 days away from Christmas and I still haven’t gotten my shopping done, oops. Thankfully the soothing sounds of Saint Paul’s new one on Salin Records is the sweet holiday accompaniment I need as the weekend ramps up. Jazz Delirium can be found over here and shipping to the US is almost too fair to not grab that wax. There’s also been a new EP from Outerzona13, the edit focused side of the label Interzona13. Manncool & Trol2000 keep us swaying with ‘Capy’ and the other tunes round out a great and very useful EP. Grab it on Juno and I’ll holler before we bid farewell to 2018.

Jon Paul Hill

Jon Paul Hill

Need something to bring the family together over the holidays? You gotta have Robyn. In all seriousness, its rare for an artist to be so universally loved and respected, and it’s a joy to witness. Pop on the Kim Ann Foxman remix of ‘Honey’ and unify your clan. In an alternate universe there is surely a Brooklyn work-out DVD where you do weed-yoga and the nutritional plan is to have a slice of pizza every few days. Anyway, in the cardio section of that DVD, ‘Wrong Galaxy’ by Shit Robot  would be the music. I’m a real sucker for some well placed Double Bass, and Guzman Band’s ‘Recuerdos’ hits the spot just right, with some party starting ear-sugar. Sometimes you need a baseline groover to get you through, and ‘Wabble’ from Swoy delivers! Alright rosy-cheeked lovelies, have a wonderful holiday time. Much love! 

Ben Alexander

Ben Alexander

Dansu Discs, bless y'all, cause X-Coast's newest release got announced recently, and it's got a massive Fugees flip on it. Although the Bailando EP isn't out till late January, go ahead and preview or pre-order that bad thang anyway, right here. Speaking of tough trax, it looks like Skin on Skin is up next for Mall Grab's Steel City Dance Discs label, and his dubplate that's been getting crowds get buck since the summer is quickly approaching. No previews yet aside from a few instagram clips, but do ya self a favor and check out one for his track Multiply. You best not make the same mistake I made on Loods' release and have that pre-order finger at the ready. If you're not feeling a banger though, Vertiqua's got you covered with a free EP full of jazzy chords, lush pads and drum patterns that will keep your head bobbin'. Alright, I'm ghost, till next time y'all.