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Titiyo and Paresse release music video of ‘Sharpened Knife’, with guest appearance of climate activist Dominique Palmer

Award-winning Swedish artist Titiyo and producer Paresse follow in the footsteps of compatriot Greta Thunberg, with their newest track Sharpened Knife, which released on Earth Day in April. The video, directed by David Nord, also stars Dominique Palmer, who is known as the face of climate activism in the United Kingdom. Posted on 06 May 2022
A powerful message on Earth Day 2022

Earth Day 2022 brings extraordinary collab between Titiyo, Paresse & Dominique Palmer

A powerful, musical message on Earth Day 2022, as we hurtle towards the ‘sharpened knife’ of the climate crisis. 'Sharpened Knife' is an extraordinary collaboration between award winning Swedish singer Titiyo Jah and electronic music producer Paresse, that also features a spoken contribution from British climate justice activist Dominique Palmer (Fridays For Future). Posted on 21 Apr 2022
CASSARA remix included, French Touch FTW

Sounding better than ever: Satin Jackets - Girl, Forever!

Whilst he's been busy writing and releasing new music over the past year German nu-disco star Tim Bernhardt, aka Satin Jackets, also found time to dig into the vaults to resurrect and remaster an early release, Girl Forever. Posted on 29 Mar 2022
The Beekeeper is an understated leftfield pop gem

Horixon & Birsen bring an ode to beekeepers, backed by Atella remix

Last spotted on Eskimo back in the distant days of 2019, London based duo Horixon return with The Beekeeper, a collaboration with Belgian singer and one half of Hydrogen Sea, Birsen. An understated leftfield pop gem, The Beekeeper's skeletal, dub inflected, rhythms, melancholic piano melody and subtly tropical percussion provide the perfect, balmy, backing for Birsen's gentle, lilting vocals. Posted on 17 Mar 2022

Swedish producer Paresse brings old school vibes on NTEIBINT remix!

For the second remix of NTEIBINT's new single, 'True', Eskimo Recordings have turned to Swedish producer Paresse who has delivered a track that cleaves close to the original but dials ups the atmospherics, eschewing the original’s thundering bass, allowing the chopped up 2-step drums to sail through clouds of vaporous synths. Posted on 10 Mar 2022