The official remix EP for RBMA alum Exeter’s self titled debut, features remixes by: Alixander III (Azari & III), HolloH, ACCENTS, Waxlimbs, and Sergio Levels.
Montreal native Corey Martin is a DJ, web & video game developer who makes music as Toboggan. His playful, emotive sound has earned kind words
The self-titled debut 6-track of Toronto producer & RBMA alum Exeter. The EP is a free flowing cinematic eerie aural journey set against a dark urban landscape. Inspired by
A FREE 16-track compilation of Canadian alternative electronic music presented by Scion Sessions. Featuring Rare Beef’s roster and extended family
A collaborative project between Toronto producers Astrolope (Paul Geldart) and Waxlimbs (Alex Metcalfe), Little Maps is a departure from the typically arduous
With members currently residing in both Montreal and Madrid, production pair FanBoy will issue its self-titled debut EP for October 21st 2014. A soul-drenched EP whose thick
As part of the continuing Field Trip Discovery Series, Toronto-based labels Rare Beef & Hand Drawn Dracula have shared 2 new tracks each for the double 7-inch compilation
Toronto-based Israeli-born producer Eytan Tobin delivers a free 4-track EP that explores beyond his core influences of juke, R&B, and trip-hop. Each track a self-contained band in
“We wrote this with the intention to break any preconceived notions about what we do, so there is something inherently sneaky or secretive about it. It speaks to relationships
Waxlimbs is the primary creative project of producer and performer Alex Metcalfe from Toronto, Ontario. At times described as ambience, glitch, dance and noise, Waxlimbs
Believing that the best things come in threes, the format of this project is to incrementally release three maxi-singles of three tracks each in both digital and physical formats,
Mixed by Grammy-Award winning engineer Gus Oberg (The Strokes, The Virgins, Drowners, Albert Hammond Jr.) and produced by Nightbox themselves, with
The third volume in the Secret Drugs collection, explores the common ground between the club dance floor and the daily commuter’s headphones. And builds on
Young Lord exemplifies the mystery, depth, and versatility of the young duo. The title track’s blisteringly dark percussion-led sound is a perfect peak hour track.