February 2015

Earlier this month Melbourne record label Butter Sessions released a collaborative EP from myself, under the Tuff Sherm alias, with Patch Free, a friend of mine that I've been making house and techno tracks with. The support for the "Party Scraps" EP - which includes a rare remix from the likes of Frak and also marks the debut of Patch's electronic music - has been great and I think the vinyl is now sold out at the distributor level. I'm also pleased to announce the above video clip for the title track, which was created by Seattle-based artist Christian Petersen.  I

Software have just announced the new EP, Childhood Swing, from production duo Tairiq & Garfield. This is the first single, titled HOOD LOW. The twins are part of the Renaissance production umbrella established by Napolian, a collective which also counts myself as a member. The work of the twins was previously highlighted in Napolian's Road to Incursio mixtape, with that mixtape operating as something of a primer on the artists involved in the Renaissance project. Having collaborated with them musically, and having completed a video clip for Napolian's THERM.G track, it made sense to come on board to help create

London label Where To Now? has been a favourite of mine for a while now, putting out exceptional releases from artists like Beatrice Dillon, NPLGNN and Wanda Group. And always with excellent art direction (whether they're vinyl sleeves or cassette inserts). They also run a free download series called "On this Day