With an eclectic taste in music, Annie creates music across the electronic spectrum, from tracks that are experimental taking the listener on a more complex journey, to tracks that take you straight to the dance floor. Her tracks have a feeling of intensity with dark brooding twists while being intertwined with melodies that give them warmth and keep you firmly on the dance floor.
John Sampson is becoming the go to guy for documentary makers, this time its Camp 4 Collective with the amazing story of a lady bush pilot and mountain guide 'denalis raven'. “It’s the most amazing feeling in the world to be at the controls of an airplane over the wilderness of Alaska,” Leighan says, “But you also feel very vulnerable too. Because if you go down, you could go down somewhere really far away from help.”
The Belfast based duo of SPIRES (Phil Kieran & Koichi Samuels) follow their debut project with the K.2 EP, a concept focused on the creative experimentation that inhabits the world of techno. The innovative partnership of Kieran and Samuels have collected field recordings and sounds from the natural world and combined them with their analogue studio materials. Focusing heavily on sound design, the pair have created a diverse musical ecosystem, both beautiful and intimidating, that serves as a symbol to the aura of nature.
Kieran released Blinded By The Sun, his second album, through the label last fall. The record showcased his ambitions beyond standard house and techno, featuring guest vocalists, spoken word and live instrumentation. Now Hot Creations are releasing a series of remix EPs to take it back to the dance floor, starting with this one, which features contributions from Andrew Weatheralland Roman Flügel.