Bob Moses – First To Cry

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  Tom Howie and Jimmy Vallance have really outdone themselves with their latest Bob Moses release First To Cry. The New York based Vancouverites released their two track EP via Domino, a British Indie Label. First… Continue reading

SHAMBHALA ARTIST SPOTLIGHT SERIES RECAP: Dubconscious

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We recently touched base with Jake Dubconscious to recap on his experience this year at Shambhala, to hear what were some of his favourite memories and musical highlights. Here is what Dubconscious had… Continue reading

Tale of Us – the wait is finally over!

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TALE OF US – Aug, 29, 2014   Intimate productions & Rhombus bring you Tale of Us… I first discovered Tale Of Us in 2012. After hearing them for the first time they instantly… Continue reading

WHY WE LOVE SHAMBHALA

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WHY WE LOVE SHAMBHALA THE PEOPLE – I can say with confidence the people of Shambhala are some of the finest that I have ever met. The moment your tires hit the bumpy dirt road of… Continue reading

SHAMBHALA ARTIST SPOTLIGHT SERIES RECAP: Sam Demoe

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After all the fun and madness settled down after Shambhala I had the opportunity to catch up with Sam Demoe and recap on his experience this year. Here is what Sam had to… Continue reading

SKMB GUESTMIX – BOSKI

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The music gets clearer and crisper, louder and unmistakable. One instant, I am moderately self-aware, and the next, as if a filter has been removed, my personal judgments and pretenses dissolve, leaving behind… Continue reading

Fresh Mixes

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It’s Sunday afternoon and my first day off in what feels like forever, what better way to spend it than relaxing with my feet up, a cold beer in hand and drool worthy tunes occupying… Continue reading

The People of Shambhala

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We had SO much fun meeting so many of you this year at Shambhala Music Festival that we had to document it! From fun on the beach, to all over the stages. This year… Continue reading

GALIMATIAS – OCEAN FLOOR KISSES

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Danish electronic music composer-producer, Galimatias, has outdone himself with his recent release of “Ocean Floor Kisses”. Think phosphorescent jellyfish, swaying seaweed, wobbly whale calls, and perky-titted mermaids defining your immediate surroundings. Dream-like, warm,… Continue reading

SKMB Compilation Vol 1

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Today, we are thrilled to begin a new chapter for SKMB with the release of our first compilation album. Over the past year our team of music enthusiasts has blossomed into some kind… Continue reading

TEO ERMOTTI – PAN CASSETTE EP

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Moody and cavernous, Swiss-based Teo Ermotti delivers dubby minimal techno to listeners seeking dark pleasures. Drawn-out anticipation; deep, abrasive gratification; it’s all contained in his Pan Cassette EP.

Justin Timberlake – Rock Your Body (Dilemmachine Remix)

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Don’t be so quick to, walk away! Man, even though he was in a cheesy boy-band and makes pop music, who doesn’t enjoy at least one Justin Timberlake jam? Releasing 3 above average… Continue reading

SKMB GUESTMIX – EU-IV

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I am a minimalist. I believe in the natural world, that is, simple flavourful dishes when cooking; touchable skin that reveal sexy imperfections of freckles and flushed cheeks; and music that intuitively makes… Continue reading

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT – PLANÈTE

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I rarely admit this, but I’m in love. I have resisted this somewhat clichéd notion – tingly spine, blushing cheeks, palpitating heart and all. But it’s true. I would prefer to be independent,… Continue reading

Summer Fling Series & Slowdjs Sunset Boat Cruise

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Sunday Funday is in full effect this weekend (August 17th). Join us on the high seas for an evening of House & Disco from some of our favorite local DJs, including: Vinnie The… Continue reading

SKMB Album Release Party: @AtTheWaldorf Soft Launch Party

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We are thrilled to announce the first party of our new monthly series at one of our favourite venues in the city, The Waldorf! Next Friday, August 22nd, join us for the soft… Continue reading

HUNTLY – GO OUT

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Vaporous and delicate, with curves and angles in all the right places, this slow jam, “Go Out” by Melbourne based trio, Huntly, is reminiscent of the most crisp and precise origami artistry. Who… Continue reading

Glass Animals

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While this Oxford indie quartet doesn’t hit the Biltmore stage until September 29th we think its best we warn you early and advise you to buy yourself a ticket. Filled with strange noises… Continue reading

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