Baba Ali was part of electronic duo Voices of Black from 2009-2015 and signed to underground dance label Wolf + Lamb records in 2009. The DJs/producers subsequently toured Europe, Latin America and the US.
Baba is now pursuing a solo career as a recording and visual artist/performer with the debut solo ‘NOMAD’ EP out now.
Growing up in a time when communication and gratification were slower and more real than in our current connected world, Pavan exists to encourage people to look up for a moment, to take in the planet and the people around them. To stick around for the whole song, through detailed production and to return to it, through melody.
The London-based duo is made up of Joe Robbins and Will Lowes. Both work part-time jobs in botany, where they get insight into the natural world that seeps into the music. They hope that people will visualise this as they listen.
Their songs are set against a machine-generated backdrop, aiming for beauty in contrast: quivering, eccentric vocals backed by lab-coat soundscape funk.
Live, Pavan plays electronic music without laptops, believing more in the limitations of a sampler. Also, you can’t check your email on an MPC.
Following up from their first single It’s A Secret Life, their debut EP will be released in early 2018.
LNLY are a South London dance collective from Peckham in South London. Influenced as much by classic Detroit House as they are by late 90s UK Garage, their debut single "Feed Your Soul" was a slice of positive pop-house that garnered attention from Line Of Best Fit, Juicebox.fm, Soho Radio, The Sun (?) and Reprezent FM - where it was single of the week. Their second single "Coming Up For Air' due in early November nods it's head more to classic british boy/girl duos like Moloko or Aluna George and marks LNLY out as ones to watch for 2018
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