After rocking some bomb flavor on Raquel Divar’s ‘Aux In’ remix album, MalLabel Music is stoked for his solo return and bringing you a fresh 5 track EP from Northern California’s rising low-end adventurer, Pushloop.
With a consistent outpouring of magnificent journeys through sound,
Pushloop has been developing a rich catalogue of thoughtful sound experiments ranging from psychedelic worldly vibes to the deepest of dubs. A seemingly endless stream of remixes, originals and bootlegs has carried him steadily towards a blossoming career in 2016 with summer bookings already announcing and remixes for and by some heavy hitters such as The Widdler. We’re excited to feature such a unique style and you can be sure he’ll be remaining on our hot list so we can keep you in the know as he takes it to the next level.
The title track opens the EP with the decidedly eastern vibe on which the album derives it’s name, Jamila, which translates to ‘beautiful’ in the feminine and carries forth through a multitude of worldly essences. Continuing with ‘Matador’ clearly indicating the Spanish influence that drives ominous textures through the mind, the EP then moves to a very tribal vibe with the minimal UK Dub in ‘Aluminium’. ‘Night Shift’ maintains the eerie tide of emotion with a little supernatural mystery and finally he’s got The Widdler down with a little more bounce to the title tracks already rich overtones. This EP can only be properly described as an experience in darkness taken ’round the world. Come along for the ride.