Tag: Eglo Records

  • Deep In The Mudd EP – Henry Wu

    Deep In The Mudd EP – Henry Wu

    New skool broken beats that hold their own against vintage fare Back in 2015 and 2016, Boiler Room — an online music broadcasting platform — resurrected esteemed broken beat club night Co-Op. Amid the red glow of the dancing throng, tried ’n’ tested bruk tunes spun alongside fresh tracks — and, for the most part, […]

  • EP2 – Dego & Kaidi

    EP2 – Dego & Kaidi

    Fans of jazzy “broken house and boogie” will relish EP2, the follow-up to Dego and Kaidi Tatham’s 2014 EP Last year 4hero co-founder Dennis “Dego” McFarlane and Kaidi Tatham put out EP, a release that should win a prize for having the world’s least pretentious title. So in keeping with the pair’s unfussy naming convention, […]

  • Yellow Memories album – Fatima

    Yellow Memories album – Fatima

    Listen to Yellow Memories, Fatima’s debut album that spans soul, jazz and electronica Fatima is the archetypal world citizen. Born to Swedish and Senegalese parents, she grew up in Södermalm, moved to London in her early twenties and is currently residing in New York. And that penchant for variety is reflected in a strong debut […]

  • Dego & Kaidi EP – “Dego” McFarlane and Kaidi Tatham

    Dego & Kaidi EP – “Dego” McFarlane and Kaidi Tatham

    Listen to the new EP by broken beat maestros Dego and Kaidi on London-based label Eglo Records Eglo Records is run by Alexander Nut and Floating Points (aka Sam Shepherd). In the past four years, the London-based label has been experimenting at the artistic juncture where jazz meets soul, funk and electronica. The label has […]