New Music: London’s Hugh release single “This Is How It Starts”, ahead of forthcoming debut album

London based 4-piece Hugh preview new single “This Is How It Starts”, ahead of it’s official release on Feb 2nd. Blissful and yearning, “This Is How It Starts” was inspired by classic 80’s romantic comedies, modern R&B and chillwave, burning slow and sultry, enveloping the listener in waves of ambient beats, multilayered melodies, and parallel dancing of high and low registers sung by vocalists Josh and Izzy.

The melding of bass heavy synths, and playful positive melodies is the perfect accompaniment to an ode to first love, creating a soundscape of wild contrasts and a subtle feel of unrest.Masterful genre blenders, Hugh still manage to maintain a fiercely authentic sound, while citing a wide range of influences, from Grizzly Bear and Beach House, to Meshell Ndegeocello and Bipolar Sunshine.

The quartet have received support by AlunaGeorge and Diplo, as well as respected sites like Stereogum, The Line of Best Fit, Pigeons & Planes, Dummy and more.

“This Is How It Starts” is a taste of Hugh’s debut LP, due for release in May/June 2017.

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Nu-disco wunderkind A-Minor releases ‘Be Mine’ [Ministry Of Sound]

Hot on the heels of his debut single ‘Thinking Bout The Things’ that took the blogosphere by storm and received over 1 million views on Youtube, London born & bred songwriter and producer A-Minor unveils a new promising original production with ‘Be Mine,’ released on 18th of May via UK powerhouse label Ministry of Sound.

Displaying an instantly recognisable vocal line at its forefront, ‘Be Mine’ exhibits A-Minor’s production and songwriting prowess in equal measure. The single’s mixture of lovelorn vocals with its uplifting, piano-led instrumental provides a refreshing culmination of styles, coming together to provide a track that has all the trappings of a future summer anthem.

About A-Minor:
A-Minor is 26 year old London-born songwriter & producer, Amin Hamzianpour, a classically trained pianist since the age of 5. A-Minor had previously worked as a songwriter over the past five years before his debut single ‘Thinking Bout The Things’ was released on Spinnin’ Records. Massively supported by blogs worldwide, the single also received support on Radio 1 from the likes of Pete Tong and Danny Howard.

This success only increased online with his remix of Bipolar Sunshine hitting Hype Machine’s top 3 and garnering over 200,000 plays, and his recent remix of Kokiri gained further support from Pete Tong, Danny Howard as well as Annie Mac.

Discover the new original production from nu-disco wunderkind A-Minor – ‘Be Mine’ [Ministry Of Sound]

Hot on the heels of his debut single ‘Thinking Bout The Things’ that took the blogosphere by storm and received over 1 million views on Youtube, London born & bred songwriter and producer A-Minor unveils a new promising original production with ‘Be Mine,’ released on 18th of May via UK powerhouse label Ministry of Sound.

Displaying an instantly recognisable vocal line at its forefront, ‘Be Mine’ exhibits A-Minor’s production and songwriting prowess in equal measure. The single’s mixture of lovelorn vocals with its uplifting, piano-led instrumental provides a refreshing culmination of styles, coming together to provide a track that has all the trappings of a future summer anthem.

About A-Minor:
A-Minor is 26 year old London-born songwriter & producer, Amin Hamzianpour, a classically trained pianist since the age of 5. A-Minor had previously worked as a songwriter over the past five years before his debut single ‘Thinking Bout The Things’ was released on Spinnin’ Records. Massively supported by blogs worldwide, the single also received support on Radio 1 from the likes of Pete Tong and Danny Howard.

This success only increased online with his remix of Bipolar Sunshine hitting Hype Machine’s top 3 and garnering over 200,000 plays, and his recent remix of Kokiri gained further support from Pete Tong, Danny Howard as well as Annie Mac.

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S.P.Y remixes Lane 8 feat Bipolar Sunshine ‘I Got What You Need (Every Night)’

Ministry of Sound and Above & Beyond’s acclaimed melodic house label, Anjunadeep, have joined forces to release one of late summer’s hottest house anthems, Lane 8 featuring Bipolar Sunshine’s ‘I Got What You Need (Every Night)’. Zane Lowe gave the single its worldwide premiere on Radio 1 via a ‘Future Exclusive’, while to date; the original version of ‘Every Night’ has hit the Beatport Deep House Top 10, and garnered approximately 500,000 plays on Soundcloud and 800,000 views on YouTube.

Lane 8 aka Daniel Goldstein is the fast-rising US house producer championed by Pete Tong (who selected him as a ‘Future Star’ on Radio 1), Zane Lowe, MistaJam, B.Traits, Aeroplane, Tensnake, Kidnap Kid, Majestic Casual and many more. Originally from San Francisco, but currently residing in Leipzig, Germany, his debut single for Anjunadeep, ‘Be Mine’ topped the Hype Machine chart, following previous success with cult label, French Express. Amongst his growing international fanbase is Eric Prydz, who recently chose him to remix his new single, ‘Liberate’. Further remixes for Above & Beyond and Josh Record have helped position Goldstein as one of the most promising young producers on the planet.

Bipolar Sunshine aka Adio Marchant is the hotly-tipped Manchester singer whose music crosses hip-hop, indie, nu-soul, alt-rap, dance, psychedelia, electronic and Beatlesy pop. With 4 Hype Machine No.1s to date, he’s caught the ears of fans and critics alike including Radio 1, Sunday Times, The Guardian and beyond via the EPs ‘Aesthetics’ (the lead track, ‘Rivers’ was iTunes Single Of The Week) and ‘Drowning Butterflies’. A genuine star in the making, his extensive touring, including live shows at Glastonbury, Bestival, and beyond, plus support slots with London Grammar, Bastille and Lily Allen, have cemented his reputation yet further.