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Pitch & Sync Goes Experimental with Latest Tracks of the Week

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Music and sound agency reveals latest and hottest new artists, songs and albums that they’ve been listening to

Pitch & Sync Goes Experimental with Latest Tracks of the Week

‘This week is all about the experimental. Whilst we’re always listening to tracks with a vast number of influences from all kinds of genres, this week we really wanted to highlight tracks that really take instrumentation to the next level. These are the musical mad scientists that you need to be listening to, offering a flavour of everything from rare groove to electronica.’




Jump Jet by Invisible Minds

We were enchanted by Invisible Minds’ first live show last week. Epic instrumental live moments built up a frenzy throughout the set.


I Didn’t Know by Skinshape

Bringing that hazy lo-fi yet soulful sound that seems to be perfect for this time of year, Skinshape is a relatively new discovery for us. With an album on the way, we’re excited to see what else he has to offer.


Lux Prima by Karen O & Danger Mouse

Atmospheric, spacey, jazzy, synthy and everything in between, this nine minute epic is the first taste of the collaboration between Karen O and Danger Mouse. Described as a journey to a ‘place’ rather than a ‘sound’, this collab is sure to be expansive and exciting!


Move by Lynda Dawn


From Gilles Peterson’s latest edition of Brownswood Bubblers, this soulful cut features vocals from Londoner Lynda Dawn, drawing on nostalgic rare groove and boogie. A definite highlight from this compilation.


Praise You (Purple Disco Machine Remix) by Fatboy Slim

A rather tasty remix of a classic. Purple Disco Machine has been having a cracker of a year and he’s showing no signs of slowing down with this remix of Fatboy Slim’s stone cold classic ‘Praise You’, giving his unmistakable nu-disco twist on the modern anthem.

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Pitch & Sync, Mon, 19 Nov 2018 14:30:27 GMT