Hot Wax: The best new underground dance: September 21st
Each week, we’ll break down the best new underground dance releases, represses and new landings in Australian dance stores. This week features new music from Burning Rose via Morgan Right, underground stalwarts Eden Burns and No Moon, as well as classic record, Primal Scream’s Screamadelica..
Morgan Wright – Class Tourist
Morgan Wright is one of Naarms most well loved electronic musicians and artists. On his debut record, experimentation is rife, featuring a combination and melting pot of IDM, breakbeat and post punk. The record features the likes of Pruient, ENDL355, and also vocal arrangements from Morgan himself. You can purchase the record HERE.
Eden Burns – Big Beat Manifesto 002
NZ minimal master Eden Burns’ Big Beat Manifesto Volume 2 has landed in record stores in Australia after selling out instantly on his Bandcamp. This instalment in the three part series features 4 infectious rhythms, including the cult adored, ‘Invercargill’. Grab it while you can HERE.
No Moon – E Then Q
Released in May this year, spacey breaks icon No Moon released his SALT debut, titled E Then Q. The tracklist is a tight exploration into contemporary dubby, minimal trance music as well as a pair of futuristic electro. You can grab it HERE.
Primal Scream – Screamadelica
Eora’s the record store has got in a very select amount of Primal Scream’s 1991 highly acclaimed album, ‘Screamadelica’. No song is more iconic than the ‘Loaded (Andrew Weatherall Mix) which features on this record. It’s an epic ode to partying, one that reigns so true in today’s locked down environment. You can grab it quickly before it sells out HERE.