BRONSON BRONSON Triple GRAMMY-nominated duo ODESZA and groundbreaking Sydney producer Golden Features have announced new project BRONSON. The record strikes a beautiful balance between intense, emotive instrumental-heavy electronica and cathartic, melodic vocal songs, with guest features including Gallant and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. It reflects on their respective needs to challenge personal struggles, both internal and external. The result is a darker, more reflective sound, uninhibited from any expectations attached to their respective project. Ninja Tune CD | LP Pre-Order
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Leon Vynehall Nothing Is Still Both LPs are on black vinyl and include download codes. Deluxe LP includes a novella written by Max Sztyber and Leon Vynehall, a poster and is housed in a hardback box. We have a handful of album promo posters to give away while stocks last, you just pay for p&p. The highly anticipated debut album from Leon Vynehall with Ninja Tune Records. Nothing Is Still is, at its core, an album dedicated to Vynehall’s grandparents. Emigrating from a leafy south east U.K. to New York City in the 1960s, their seven-day journey via boat from Southampton to Brooklyn, and the stories that followed, have only truly come to light upon the passing of his grandfather four years ago. “I knew they had lived in the U.S. and heard many anecdotes, but it was only after Pops died and my Nan presented these polaroids of their time there; of her waitressing at the New York Mayor’s Ball in ’66, or Pops with horses on a ranch in Arizona, that she delved deeper into their story, and I started to become overtly inquisitive about it” Vynehall says, following in depth conversations with his Nan to find out as much as he could about this part of his family history that was - in a way that easily resonates with us all - seemingly hidden in plain sight. “I felt the need to document this period for her, and it all just sort of snowballed from there.” Ninja Tune CD | LP
Park Hye Jin How can I The highly anticipated follow up to her 2018 debut, Park Hye Jin will release her new EP “How can I” on 12” June 26th on Ninja Tune. Recently hailed as “one of the breakout stars of the past year” by Mixmag, “How can I” comes off the back of an incredible 18 months that have seen ? Park (surname) ?? Hye Jin (first name) go from releasing her debut EP to playing shows at legendary venues such as Berlin’s Panorama Bar and Ibiza’s DC-10, with bookings at big international festivals like Primavera, Dour—a particular highlight for her, Melt, 88RISING's ‘HEAD IN THE CLOUDS’, and a personal invite to play alongside Jamie xx in London last year. With additional praise from Pitchfork who described her music as "an ocean of subtle feelings and delicately complex club music”, and with further support from the likes of Bandcamp, i-D, Hypebeast, Boiler Room, FADER, Dazed and as one of the 'Best New Artists: 2020' by OnesToWatch, ??? Park Hye Jin is poised to establish herself as one of the new key players in electronic music throughout 2020 and beyond. The six tracks on “How can I”—completed over the course of 2019, primarily in transit as she travelled for the first time across Europe, North America and Australia—showcase the multitude of styles and influences that have come to be encapsulated in her output to date. On ‘Like this’ she pairs her own vocals over dream-like pads and grainy, driving rhythms. Elsewhere, the moody techno of ‘NO’ and footwork inspired ‘How come’ demonstrate an artist who is comfortable with pushing her own boundaries and moving definitively beyond any notions of categorisation. No matter in which direction they move, the tracks on “How can I” are imbued with subtlety and emotion, “I love you, and I fucking hate you // can you be my babe?” she sings on the upbeat ‘Can you’, before lowering the tempo with title track ‘How can I’, and rounding-off the EP off with the bright synth melodies of the mostly instrumental ‘Beautiful’. Written as it was in 2019, it would have been impossible to conceive the circumstances in which this EP would come to be released. For Hye Jin though, it was important that she release the music as soon as possible, noting, pragmatically: “who knows if I might die tomorrow, but at least if that happens, I'll die really happy.” Marking her first solo output since that 2018 debut, she was also acutely aware of the expectations of her fans, leaving them with a simple message, “Thank you for waiting. I appreciate you.” Ninja Tune 12"
The Cinematic Orchestra To Believe - Anthony Naples, Actress, Pepe Bradock & The Cinematic Orchestra Remixes “To Believe Remixes” is a carefully curated collection of tracks - featuring remixes and re-works made by some of The Cinematic Orchestra's favourite producers and artists, "It's one of the greatest privileges of a musician to invite artists who have inspired you to re-imagine your work". Coming a year since 'To Believe' was released, the diverse selection of artists includes electronic producers Actress and Moiré, composer Kelly Moran, keyboardist Dorian Concept, cellist and vocalist Lucinda Chua, avant garde legend Fennesz and contemporary pianist James Heather to name a few, all providing their own personal take on “To Believe” album tracks. A posthumous Ras G remix of ‘Lessons’ also appears plus previously released remixes from Ghostly signed LA Harp innovator Mary Lattimore, legendary house producer Pepé Bradock and Anthony Naples. Ninja Tune 12"
The Cinematic Orchestra To Believe - Mary Lattimore, Kelly Moran, Fennesz & Lucinda Chua Remixes “To Believe Remixes” is a carefully curated collection of tracks - featuring remixes and re-works made by some of The Cinematic Orchestra's favourite producers and artists, "It's one of the greatest privileges of a musician to invite artists who have inspired you to re-imagine your work". Coming a year since 'To Believe' was released, the diverse selection of artists includes electronic producers Actress and Moiré, composer Kelly Moran, keyboardist Dorian Concept, cellist and vocalist Lucinda Chua, avant garde legend Fennesz and contemporary pianist James Heather to name a few, all providing their own personal take on “To Believe” album tracks. A posthumous Ras G remix of ‘Lessons’ also appears plus previously released remixes from Ghostly signed LA Harp innovator Mary Lattimore, legendary house producer Pepé Bradock and Anthony Naples. Ninja Tune 12"
Marie Davison / Soulwax / Daniel Avery Chasing The Light / Work It (Soulwax Remix) x Lara (Daniel Avery Remix) Canadian electronic producer and performer Marie Davidson shares previously unreleased track ‘Chasing The Light’ on vinyl for the first time along with the stellar ‘Work It’ (Soulwax Remix) and ‘Lara’ (Daniel Avery Remix) - both originally from her acclaimed album Working Class Woman (Ninja Tune). Ninja Tune 12"
Bonobo Linked Bonobo returns with new single ‘linked’. the dance floor-ready new release from the la-based producer (aka simon green) is an atmospheric slow-builder, perfectly tuned for festivals this summer. It follows his compiling of the inaugural “fabric presents” compilation, which featured a new song ‘ibrik’ (picked as annie mac’s hottest record in the world on bbc radio 1), and comes after the career-defining 2017 album migration, which reached the uk top 5, received two grammy nominations and saw him headline festivals and sell out multiple global tours with an expanded live show. the striking artwork featuring green’s own photography. It lands as he is in the midst of a string of high-profile dj sets as part of his continuing ‘outlier’ series, launched at iconic new york club output, as well as playing and curating an array of nights and festivals on either side of the atlantic. He recently curated the friday printworks stage at field day, featuring the likes of leon vynehall, actress and kelly lee owens, as well as curating day one at nuits sonores, and stages at love saves the day and we love green festival, along with outlier shows at de school, amsterdam, montreal and dj dates in são paulo and santiago. looking ahead, he’s due to curate further outlier shows at offsonar and dour festival and to dj at melt festival before heading to north america for more festival dates and a string of headline outlier shows in montreal, chicago, denver, san francisco and brooklyn, featuring support from tokimonsta, dj harvey, derrick carter and mall grab among others. It’s the latest chapter in a dj career that’s seen him play rapturously received sets at the likes of sonar, fabric, and smartbar amongst many other places, while his two boiler room sets recorded in new york and london have exploded with millions of views each. Ninja Tune 12"
The Cinematic Orchestra In Motion #1 The first of a series of releases curated by Jason Swinscoe of The Cinematic Orchestra for Motion Audio, the artists involved run from LA-based pianist Austin Peralta, through the Grey Reverend in New York, to Dorian Concept in Austria and Tom Chant and the other members of TCO in London. http://www.facebook.com/cinematicorchestra Ninja Tune CD | LP