Fresh from taking her On Loop party to Amsterdam, and a successful residency at the Pickle Factory, NTS Radio favourite Moxie, has released Volume Three of her On Loop series which showcases some of her favourite artists and sounds from the underground. Having previously featured the likes of Medlar, Kowton, Lone and Mella Dee, volume three doesn’t stop short on talent.
Addison Groove follow-up their Changa EP with an equally tribal influenced number called SOMA, who’s percussive groove and discreet african vocals make for a strong warm-up selection.
Miss Brimstone Dub by Sandboards has an 80’s feel, which certainly wouldn’t go unnoticed down Ocean Drive (Miami) during a scene in GTA Vice City – nostalgic to say the least.
German producer Benedikt, harvest’s Mnemonic which would be described as a “4/4 stomper” on facebook’s Identification of Music Group, who’s lengthy vocal breakdown preps you for the perfect low-end, acidic, early-hours-under-a-low-ceiling drop.
Then there’s Shanti Celeste, who needs no introducing. Moxie had her play for On Loop at the Sugarfactory over ADE weekend – Unsurprising when Shanti’s seen billed on line-ups curated by lead labels such as Numbers, Dekmantel and Fabric. Moved is typically bassy with punchy snares and 1/8 hi-hats recognisable from previous SC productions Nu4him and Days Like This.
On Loop Volume Three also features tracks from Admin, Fotomachine, Sad City, Throwing Shade and Traxxpoitation. It’s Moxie’s curation that takes the plaudits here though. She continues to provide a variety of underground disco, house and techno in the form of free online releases which are sure to provide versatility to record collections and dance floors alike.