Girl Ray The Way We Came Back The song is notable for being written by Poppy Hankin when she was just sixteen years old, yet had never been recorded until after the release of the North London group's debut album Earl Grey. "It's cute, I guess," says Sophie Moss. "You kinda wanna skip to it, you know? Makes you think about arguments but it doesn't make you hate them that much. It's an early, early - we're talking pre-Earl Grey here - banger that we wanted to oil up. A plump cow that needed to be milked. It was one of the first songs Poppy wrote when she was 16 which we all found pretty impressive. Sly arrangement, good vibes here." The Limited 7" comes backed with a demo version of I Know It’s Kind Of Hard. Moshi Moshi 7"
Benin City Last Night Clubbing is a source of euphoria: a weekly, often daily escape, a respite from the grind. That culture and its landmarks – some of London’s best venues and many countless pubs - are slowly disappearing for good. On the band’s record, due for release next year, Benin City will be taking an album-long look at the dual nature of London’s nightlife. With a sound and mood that locates itself in a small sweet spot between Faithless, Metronomy and early Stromae, the album’s narrators draw on the last decade of their collective experiences as ravers, bar workers and observers. These reflections are primed for the dancefloor: a hook-laden blend of Afro-dance pop, hip-hop, spoken word and electronica that is both infectious and poignant. Moshi Moshi CD | LP
Teleman FUNF The new EP from art-poppers Teleman, following on from their acclaimed album Brilliant Sanity with crisp and punchy jams with lots of synthy and psychedelic feels. “It was kind of tricky cos just as we were settling into the process it was time to up and off to another studio to meet the next guy. But mostly it was a great experience, we all enjoyed it a lot. The producers we worked with came mostly from dance backgrounds and some had never recorded a band before, so we were all pushed out of our comfort zones a bit which was great. All said and done, it still sounds like Teleman but each song has a different flavour which is what we were hoping for”. MOSHI MOSHI 12"
Anna Meredith Nautilus Limited Edition one off pressing on etched 12” vinyl. Stand out track from Anna Meredith’s critically acclaimed album ‘Varmints’ gets a release on a beautiful limited etched vinyl in all of its 5 minutes 30 seconds glory, and comes backed with hard to find gem ‘Miranda’. The flip side of the vinyl features an etching. Anna Meredith, aside from sharing bills with Anna Calvi, James Blake and These New Puritans, Meredith's dizzying CV includes being Composer In Residence for the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, writing a piece for MRI scanner, soundtracking Prada's Spring / Summer 2015 campaign, symphonies created for nursery children, music for park benches in Hong Kong and sleep-pods in Singapore. Performances at the BBC Proms have included collaborations with Laura Marling and The Stranglers for the first 6Music Prom, a performance of her body-percussion piece 'Connect It' from the BBC Ten Pieces project and her Last Night Of The Proms composition 'Froms', simultaneously performed by five symphony orchestras across the UK, was broadcast to an audience of 40 million people. Moshi Moshi 12"
Wesley Gonzalez Excellent Musician The debut album from former Let's Wrestle frontman Wesley Gonzalez, angry and striking indie-pop full of bite and aggressive melodies. Although he made a conscious retreat from punk music, Gonzalez maintains his work is “still defined as angry music; anger is still an energy” but contends that “whilst I’m proud of what I did with Let’s Wrestle, I hate bands that regurgitate the same sound over various LPs – I knew something had to change for me to want to try music again.” Moshi Moshi CD | LP