Edu Saiz – Breathe EP

Breathe EP by Edu Saiz, a producer from Valencia, contains three cosmically-charged minimal tech tunes that will bring the consciousness to higher vibration. His style induces a trance with dreamy arpeggiator melodies set atop crispy deep house drum tracks. He has released already on several other labels, including AST Recordings and Insolito Records. PITS of Detroit welcomes this newcomer while expanding our roster to include more friends from across the pond. >>>@edu-saiz-242456075

BABEXHOUSE + PITS : BLACKHISTORYMONTH

New mix series incoming! ­čîÄ­čÄÂ

Happy to announce we will be collaborating with @babexhouse to bring you weekly mixes for Black History Month from QTBIPOC artists that are part of their network!

Stay tuned and get ready to meet a bunch of new beautiful artists! Help us continue to support the struggle against oppression with love! ­čĺĽ

Shout out to @dj.applejuice for being awesome & making it possible! ÔťĘ

PITSCAST.030 – COMBAT//MOMMY & Auntie Chanel

Collaboration series with BabexHouse featuring QTBIPOC artists to promote and support Black History Month! We are thrilled to partner with them so please follow and support!! (^ – ^)

This episode features COMBAT//MOMMY & Auntie Chanel!

Ambient music is tricky business. It’s finding the right balance between being open-ended and giving your listener something to hold on to. Part of what makes COMBAT//MOMMY fka Ancient Mariner so compelling is her willingness to break the mold. Her debut LP, Forever::Hotel, ambitiously infuses wandering swaths of synths with distant high-hats and trap-like beats. It never loses the immersive, longing that draws listeners in to ambient music while utilizing rhythm as a not-so-secret ingredient. Forever::Hotel veers between short, episodic moments to lengthy jams like the meme-inspired “Protecc:Attac” that you wouldn’t mind hearing going on forever.

combatmother.bandcamp.com/

Auntie Chanel is an activist , event coordinator, DJ, and emerging graphic designer residing in Detroit, Michigan. As a Black femme, her voice and cultural work has been instrumental in the restructure happening within the queer dance scene and businesses alike within the city. She has curated and collaborated on numerous events that uplift, empower and provide alternative economy for BIPOC, transwomxn, and queer people.

@auntiechanel