After announcing the EP earlier this month, BAMBII (born Kirsten Azan) returns to release TRUCK RIDDIM. THE EP features the original instrumental version of the title-track as well as two remixes, the first with the Jamaican born, Miami based BEAM, who recently featured twice on Justin Bieber's latest album Justice and collaborated with Major Lazer and M.I.A, and the second with Kingston's LatyKim imbuing the riddim with a feminine touch. 
Following an extended stay in Jamaica during the Covid-19 lockdown, TRUCK RIDDIM marks BAMBII's first release since 2019's "NITEVISION" feat. Pamputtae. Whether online or on dancefloors, BAMBII's political and musical vernacular give credence to dance music's ever expanding reach, the relationships it helps forge between individuals, cultures and spaces. 
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"a dancehall club banger" FADER

"the life and soul of Toronto’s club scene" i-D

"This musical force fuses her Jamaican roots with a worldly sound influenced by Toronto's multiculturalism and her constant travels" VOGUE

Following an extended stay in Jamaica during the Covid-19 lockdown, BAMBII returns with her first new single since 2019's debut (NITEVISION) & delivers another infectious dancehall banger.

This time around, BAMBII teams up with Jamaican born, Miami based BEAM who recently collaborated with the likes of Justin Bieber, Major Lazer and M.I.A. Mixed by Francis Latreille.

Read more about it at FADER.

Rarelyalways x Lamenting


"It made my jaw hit the floor the first time I heard it" - BILLBOARD

"Rarelyalways is about to blow up in a big way”  - MATT WILKINSON (APPLE MUSIC 1)

“a concise exhibition of his minimalist swagger”  - FADER

Initially premiered through Wonderland.

You might hear hints of great British one-offs like Tricky, Roots Manuva, even a more laid-back Dizzee Rascal as grime, trip hop & jazz intermingle in Rarelyalways sound which is further evident on the new single and forthcoming EP produced by Hanni El Khatib.

"Who feels it knows it I’d say, many people have been unwell during the infamous year of 2020 to present, and whether you agree or not, I strongly believe not all health conditions are visible. The lead single ‘LAMENTING’ echoes the importance of community support; humans are not immune to bad days or vulnerability." 


Rarelyalways x Baby Buffalo EP

Rarelyalways releases his new EP Baby Buffalo on October 30, 2020

synthesizes his influences while effortlessly carving out a niche for himself - Pitchfork   

"Listen to it yourself to hear how brilliant it is. It made my jaw hit the floor the first time I heard it’” - Billboard 

 "Rarelyalways is about to blow up in a big way. This song is evidence of a master talent at work.”  - Matt Wilkinson on Apple Music 1 

 “a concise exhibition of his minimalist swagger” - The Fader  

“This guy is FIRE” - Gilles Peterson 

 Impossible to pin down” - Clash 

 one of the best new rappers and lyricists in the UK coming out of the jazz world.” - Phil Taggart   

“exceptional... one of the most unique projects you’ll hear this year” - COLORS 

 “perfect fusion of UK Hip Hop and jazz” - Jamz Supernova  


Jimmy Edgar, one of electronic music's most versatile and unique producers, has just shared a futuristic double A-side single for collaborations with hyperkinetic pop producer SOPHIE and fellow Detroiter/hip-hop mainstay Danny Brown. The new singles arrive in the wake of Edgar’s collaboration with Hudson Mohawke earlier this year, making for a sprawling trilogy of genre-bending, boundary-pushing forrays through underground electronica and hip-hop, illustrating the breadth of his vision and talent.

"SOPHIE and I met at Fabric in London in the 2010s and since then we have performed live together as well as worked together with artists such as Charli XCX and Vince Staples,” states Edgar. “‘METAL’ is reflective of our love for designer sounds finely sculpted on boutique computer equipment.” The song arrives alongside “GET UP," a tough love motivational set to springy synth flourishes and bass rattling throughout which Danny Brown does irreparable microphone damage.

More at: Pitchfork / Fader / Consequence of Sound / Stereogum / Clash / Line of Best Fit / Hypebeast