Are you studying for finals? Painting your nails? Meditating? Well, whatever relaxing thing you’re up to might be best accompanied by Beto Cravioto‘s sophomore release, “Where You and I Meet.”
Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, Beto Cravioto‘s deep house and disco sounds have swept the city’s underground electronic music scene. He’s so underground that we couldn’t even find his Facebook fan page (although you can follow his personal here).
The new release on Plant Music includes Beto Cravioto originals Where You and I Meet and Inherent Vice, along with 2 mixes of Inherent Vice by Cameo Culture and Night Plane. Each artist’s take of Inherent Vice is wildly unique, and we can barely tell they’re the same song. Well done.
After a 4-year hiatus, Berlin’s own Ian Pooley is back in action with his 5th album. Over the course of 20 years, his sound has been honed and carefully composed to be exquisitely moveable.
According to Pooley, the album is super raw and 90’s old school, so throw on those acid-wash jeans and wrinkly flannel shirts and step back into the underground.
Download this deep, bass-y track below from What I Do to get a free taste.
BONUS: If you love Ian Pooley, catch him on his current Euro tour, or in Australia after that, or in the US this April.
Purple Ohm, the three track EP of acid track, was produced in his Northern California studio using modular synths, a Roland 202 and other outboard gear that did NOT include a computer, and boy can you hear the difference. The low end, rippling acid lines and sleek bass sounds like nothing made on a lappytop. This is the real deal.
Stream the full album above and/or snag it on Beatport!
FUN FACT: The EP’s title Purprle Ohm is a reference to very popular early rave era blotter acid.
Celebrating the release of Plant Music’s new Love Me compilation featuring All Dom Wrong, Stretch Armstrong and more!