DiscoveriesJP Hill

The Greatest Things In The Galaxy 09/13/18

DiscoveriesJP Hill
The Greatest Things In The Galaxy 09/13/18

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

Oooof, gotta thank the dude JP for turning me onto Steven Wobblejay, his releases on Quintessentials provide great deep textures that diversify any set or thought flow. His own label Juice & Jam though, that’s where the slappers dwell. The first release TR Jam #01 is pure weaponry and the second release, One Only which drops next week is packed with fun. Support direct right here. I’ve also been feeeeeeling that new Phonk D edit on Salsoul, waaay too much party time potential to ignore. That’s all I have for y’all this week, Reese’s pieces till next time!!

  Jon Paul Hill

Jon Paul Hill

Toytonics are delivering the goods, with this Ray Mang remix of Phenominal Handclap Band’s ‘Judge Not’, the good word is always best expressed in a piano stomper! In terms of things that define me as a human, I like bread, and I like good music - so the ‘Baguette Magique EP’ from LeSale is right up my street (as a human). LeSale has been providing us with astronomically high quality House and Nu-Disco for a while now, rising as a star in the early days of Soundcloud. His approach has certainly matured, but he retains the essential curiosity that adds to his magic. Let’s finish up here with a little darkness from De Grey; ‘Week End’ by Jack Angle is going to meet all your leather dungeon needs, you divine sweaty mess.

  Ben Alexander

Ben Alexander

Waking up at the crack of dawn every week day has my routine cemented at this point, cold brew, then beats, and thankfully Kudeki had me covered on the latter with her mix for Noctuary SF's takeover on Fault Radio. Clocking in at an hour, the mix flows seamlessly through some seriously tough club trax, acid baselines and breakbeats on wax, with 'Urth Man' from Ex-Terrestrial being a major highlight for me. Check out the whole mix here. Closing out here, Pontchartrain contributed a bright, piano laden, disco edit to Cauldron Records' first cassette tape compilation, taking a Chaka Khan song and putting some proper house business to it. Pre-order that one over here to get the digital release as well. Till next week y'all!