Earbits is all about discovery. There are lots of ways for you to find your next favorite artist, that next club banger, or the perfect playlist to suit your mood. Each week our music team works to expand these horizons even more, and we wanted to with you some of our faves with you every week. Take a listen, as our editors bring you yet another way to discover great music.

Causers of This – Toro Y Moi


Toro y Moi has always been a favorite of ours on the music team.  In 2009 he signed to Carpark Records. His album “Causers of This” (released in 2010) is a very personal release, venturing deep into production and sampling techniques.

-Robb Nastal, Editor

LIMBO – Pell


In 2014, Pell started making noise in the underground. He caught my attention with a uniquely New Orleans approach to Hip-Hop. I’ve had Queso stuck in my head since this LP dropped in the tail end of 2015.

-Duncan Woodbury, Editor

Ambient Sleeping Pill 4  Various Artists 


Fans of Kompakt’s Pop Ambient series or heavy droners like Stars of the Lid and Chihei Hatakeyama will find a lot to love on this latest comp from the Stereoscenic imprint. As advertised, it works fabulously as a sleep aid, or it could just as easily leave you hanging in hypnagogia, swimming in cello-y guitar wash, synth om’s, and your thoughts.

-Aaron Stein-Chester, Editor

Asleep in Amber – Hilyard


Hilyard’s latest original release on Stereoscenic evokes both warm colors, cold temperature, intimacy, and immensity all at once, the musical equivalent of seeing your breath in the winter or smelling wet evergreens. Orchestral swells, deep string patches, and field recordings ebb in and out of each other, at moments coalescing into one instrument only to dissolve and disappear at others. Absolutely gorgeous, verdant drone. 

-Aaron Stein-Chester, Editor

Locussolus – DJ Harvey


From his residencies and bookings abroad, to his invite-only events in the U.S, DJ Harvey is a legendary figure in dance music. His album ’Locussolus’ is an epic mixture of sleazy, balearic disco, house and downtempo flavors.

-Robb Nastal, Editor

Kirisame – Gallery Six


If his Stereoscenic label mates make music akin snow that’s long since fallen, Gallery Six’s music is the heavenly counterpart. Feels you’re hearing the snow form in the clouds and lightly drift to earth. Weightless, gleaming sonic poetry.

– Aaron Stein-Chester, Editor


Stay tuned every week for new album picks.

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