DiscoveriesJP Hill

The Greatest Things In The Galaxy 01/24/19

DiscoveriesJP Hill
The Greatest Things In The Galaxy 01/24/19

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

Always a pleasure doing business with Shite Music out of Leipzig. They’ve been steady opening up their distribution op to countless small labels and a little perusing every few weeks on their site usually guarantees some new exciting releases to preview. Along with an office mix series and very entertaining and informative Instagram page keeping you up to date on what they’re listening to that you should check out is very appreciated. On my most recent visit, had to fall in love with the first Ferocactus Pilous release, varied sounds for varied floors. Get in it! Moving on to some late night business, we’ve got the Midnight Tenderness “Refresco EP” on Australia’s Ken Oath. They’ve always kept it 100% correct since their start almost 2 years ago, grab that one before it’s gone kids. See y’all!

Jon Paul Hill

Jon Paul Hill

Big love to my bro-back-home for letting me know about ‘Cosmic Swimmer’ from Tendts. Lovely and swirly, with solid remixes too. Newish label, and new realization that a word combination can be creepy; ‘Delicate Wash #1’ brings forth some super-tasteful edits that we all need for our aura cleanse. If you need something beautiful in your life, and who wouldn’t, check out HVOB ‘Bloom’ the song and video are completely essential!

Ben Alexander

Ben Alexander

I love me some bright disco or house tunes, but sometimes I need trax. Dark, deep, tuff, harsh, trax. Nite Fliet came correct with her Overcast EP for Planet Euphorique, which makes her second release in total, totally crushing, snippets / pre-orders are here. Speakin' of Aussies who make raw club tools, that Skin on Skin debut went live on Steel City Dance Discs, chock full of rap samples and other worldly bass, you best peep that one before it's digi only. Returning to the more optimistic, but immensely somber side of sound, a collaboration between Cherushii and Maria Minerva is getting released next month on 100% Silk. It's been a little bit over two years since the Ghost Ship fire claimed 36 lives, but this release was thankfully polished up and completed by David Last, Adam Gunther, and Brian Foote, support that one here. Small reminder to hug and love the ones you've got, that'll do it for me this week y'all, till next time.