In an impressive collaborative effort, four of our favourite producers, London Cyr, Alex Lustig, Wheezy and FWDSLXSH have teamed up to produce “No Surprise” off Young Thug and Gunna’s latest compilation project Slime Language 2 (Deluxe). Consistently staying on our radar, London Cyr has had a hell of a rise within the industry over the past couple of years, constantly producing some of the hottest … Continue reading London Cyr, Wheezy, FWDSLXSH and Alex Lustig Connect on Young Thug’s “No Suprise” Feat. Don Toliver and BSlime Off SL2 (Deluxe)
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An undisputed SoundCloud legend, Sam Gellaitry has had a hell of a career since he started uploading tracks on the platform in late 2012. Keeping a relatively low profile, he has been consistently showcasing his production skills with his Escapism EP series and SoundCloud exclusives such as Short Stories and ideas. Following his debut album Viewfinder Vol. 1: PHOSPHENE back in 2019, the Scottish pioneer went … Continue reading “Duo” – Sam Gellaitry
The VAGABOND DELUXE project was formed by two Montreal based artists, jamvvis and DO, the outcast, bringing together various elements of R&B, Hip-Hop, and Lo-Fi. Pulling on themes from Japanese folklore and storytelling, the album’s five tracks dive in and out of various moods and tones. The track “SAKURA” brings a breezy, spring-like atmosphere with a soft, Japanese vocal sample, while “CASHEWS” is a much … Continue reading VAGABOND DELUXE – jamvvis & DO, the outcast
California-based producer enuar has without a doubt established himself as one of SoundCloud’s strongest forces over the past couple of years, having collaborated with the likes of LVUSM, Kas, Cozy Kev and many more, while building an impressive catalog of forward-thinking and bright instrumentals. He is part of Wishnomore collective, and was also featured on LM023 with his track “Ivory.” Now, marking his first drop … Continue reading “mystery” – enuar & donovan
Having yet to meet in person, the act 53 thieves is a true testament to wonders of online collaboration, consisting of members that span the globe. U.K-based singer-songwriters Jess and Conor from Denton Thrift, New York-based producer Ronin, and Mississippi-based producer Pryces join talents to create the melodic and soulful sounds that have made 53 thieves a power house in the indie electronic community. Their … Continue reading “red leather” – 53 Thieves
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Introducing the first ever Lucid Monday Magazine. We believe that the producer should be seen as an equal contributor to any song, not just a faceless figure behind the scenes. Issue 01 sets the stage to give producers a permanent space in print. ORDER HERE Featuring: Mike Gao The Kount Ambezza Lucy Clubhouse late year Umru Jenius Harris Cole J. Robb Olswel Quickly, Quickly Included … Continue reading Introducing the Lucid Monday Magazine!
The 2021 Grammy Awards ceremony was just held in Los Angeles, with the likes of Billie Eilish, Beyoncé, Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion and more being awarded in some of the biggest categories. Through the GRAMMY Awards are often criticized by artists and the community for their vague voting process among other things, there’s no doubt the ceremony holds a lot of weight within the … Continue reading Based1, Payday & FORTHENIGHT Win Grammy Award For Production on Bad Bunny’s YHLQMDLG
Whether it be about lack of representation, favoritism, or conflicts of interest, the Recording Academy’s Grammy Awards have received abundant criticism for their countless inadequacies, with nomination and performance boycotts from a whole host of artists including Frank Ocean, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino, Kanye West, and, most recently, The Weeknd just to name a few. Although 2021’s Grammy Awards were certainly filled with controversy … Continue reading The Grammys Let Us Know It’s Just The Beginning For The Beat Scene