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Joel Ford and Ian Evans are cross-country production duo, Airbird & Napolian. After collaborating on assorted projects for the Software label, the boys joined forces for a record on Cascine.
Brett are some of the stickiest songwriters in the business. Their music is pure pop, polished and premium. Brett is four members, originally from D.C., now based in LA.
Chad Valley is Hugo Manuel from Oxford, UK, one of the label's earliest and longest-standing artists. His music is big in sound and rich in construct. With one of the strongest voices in modern music, Chad Valley is an undeniable talent.
Cuushe stays in constant motion. Raised in culturally rich Kyoto, she spent the years following childhood in neighboring Osaka before moving to Tokyo. Later, she would make London and then Berlin her home. Cuushe's material reflects her widespread travels, fusing her eastern roots and western reference points.
Singing in their native tongue of Swedish, Ditt Inre are a case study in pop music's ability to move past obvious things like language and lyrics. Ditt Inre comprises Hampus Klint and Einar Andersson.
Apart from her work with Au Revoir Simone, solo material by Brooklyn's Erika Spring explores the subjects of femininity, strength and conflict. Her material for Cascine sets her signature sense of finesse against a backdrop of sturdier production and tougher beats.
Essáy is Simon Schilling from Heidelberg, Germany. Quickly building a global fan base through his absorbing brand of midtempo house music, Essáy's material puts the mind in motion and stirs the imagination.
Classically trained as a pianist in Singapore, et aliae now resides in London, studying design at Central Saint Martins. Her music gained attention in 2014 with a string of online releases that showcased her elegant and uncluttered productions.
Jensen Sportag is Austin Wilkinson and Elvis Craig from Nashville. Their music straddles time periods, taking the best of each era and making it their own. Following an outstanding EP and a string of celebrated remixes, Jensen Sportag's debut album was an exploration in sensuality and shifting shapes.
Jesse Kivel and Zinzi Edmundson make music under the Kisses moniker from their hometown of LA. Their stamp on pop music is stylish and straightforward, set in a world of romantic fiction and wilting glamour.
On the heels of a highly-acclaimed debut LP that summoned genres from dancehall and minimal techno to commercial pop and modern composition, Stockholm's Korallreven join Cascine. Their sophomore album is set against a hyperpop landscape, gathering washes of melodic arpeggios and Far East influences.
The Legends from Stockholm is the solo project of Johan Angergård, Labrador label boss and founding member of Acid House Kings, Club 8 and Pallers. As The Legends, Johan's career spans 13 years and four albums.
Known for their consistently lush rhythms and distinct arrangements, Lemonade's music is equal parts throwing back and pushing forward, always landing square in the pleasure centres. Lemonade is Callan Clendenin, Alex Pasternak and Ben Steidel.
The former frontwoman of Selebrities returns to Cascine with her eponymous solo project that captures her childhood in South America and a desire to compose in Spanish. Her debut album reads like an exotic travel diary, music made by a perceptive explorer designed to tap into the shared core of human expression.
Minneapolis-bred, LA-based producer and vocalist, Katy Morley, writes stirring downtempo tracks that explore the transient space between joy and melancholy. Her strange and beautiful world is informed by her choral background, a penchant for minimalism and a love of dance.
Mt. Si is a collaborative project among three friends in LA – Sarah Chernoff, Jesse Kivel and Michael David. The group began casually working together during recording sessions for Classixx's debut, Hanging Gardens, in 2012 and has been slowly creating refined pop jams since.
Under his alias, The Road Chief, Mark McGuire creates casual pop jams that fall outside of his solo work for Dead Oceans. The tracks are a contemporary patchwork of 80s soul and smooth jazz, filtered through the lens of late summer in Southern California.
RxGibbs makes music for space travel, late night car rides and thinking clearly about heavy things. Ron’s been with Cascine since the beginning and his sound is integral to the patchwork of the label.
The sound of Shine 2009 formed the very foundation of Cascine. Sami Suova and Mikko Pykari also operate as leftfield electronic act, Cup, and share a member with Finnish band, Regina. Shine 2009 is from Helsinki.
Southern Shores are one of Cascine's earliest acts, having helped define the label's windswept aesthetic with three acclaimed releases that pull from a global, but deliberately unspecific set of reference points.
London producer Sun Angels explores the fringes of emotion-driven electronic music. His material swings from Eurotrance to East Coast rave, evoking a sense of shifting timezones and landscapes along the way.
Italian producers Tempelhof and composer & director, Gigi Masin, began collaborating in 2012, sharing sketches to create piano-based soundscapes that are both classically informed and contemporary.
Wildarms paints from a palette of breakbeats, nature samples and major key chord progressions. His material is woven with a sense of optimism, drawing references to both downtown lounge parties and commercial hip-hop. Wildarms is Duncan Cooper, who also serves as deputy editor at The FADER.
Yumi Zouma began as a project in 2013 between three friends from Christchurch, New Zealand. The songs were never intended to leave the equipment they were composed on, but following some dialogue with the label, it was clear that the music was too good to be confined to hard drives.