This latest, lazy, low slung selection is apt for a garden lounge in the summer sunshine. We’re so excited for summer!
Inspired by a few of our favourite finds from the last few seasons, the Spring Garden mini-mix is sultry and slow, featuring pipes from the likes of Sahalé and synths from Nicolas Jaar.
If you’re a fan of the above, Garden’s of Babylon (our review here) or a laid back, slower beat, this one’s for you for sure. It takes us back to chilling in our tent at the Monastery Festival last year, but it’s definitely something for a slumber or on your travels around the world too (we’re penning this piece somewhere in the skies over the North Sea).
A particular highlight of ours is Sahalé’s Nightline edit of Erik The Flutemaker’s Quenacho. Think shamanic pipes alongside tantalising toms and a lovely vocal.
While we’ve announced some UK ventures of late, keep your eyes peeled for some Amsterdam activity in the coming months. We’re super excited and can’t wait to share our news with you.
Nicholas Jaar - Colomb (Original Mix)
Nutia - Fischbahn (Original Mix)
PAAX Tulum - Ocaso (Original Mix)
Ru - Hours (ᏗrutanᎥ re-Interpretation)
Natalia Lafourcade & Gustavo Guerrero - Tonada De Luna Llena
Erik The Flutemaker - Quenacho (Sahalé Nightline Edit)