Clash has launched its new, free issue of its Digital Edition for iPhone with a world exclusive pre-release stream of Maya Jane Coles’s highly anticipated debut album, ‘Comfort’.
To celebrate the release of 'Comfort', Clash has designed a bespoke issue of its Digital Edition which, from 20th June, will be the only place in the world to hear the album ahead of wider streaming before its release on 1st July.
Clash was instantly captivated by ‘Comfort’, writing in issue 86: “House music’s fire will never go out. And this pack of rhythmic aces can only help fan its hypnotic flames.”
Read the full review here.
In addition to the 'Comfort' stream, immerse yourself in a load of interactive content about our favourite deep house prodigy, including…
- An in-depth interview with Maya... framed by stunning Clash imagery, shot by Alistair Strong.
- The DNA of Maya Jane Coles... a retrospective look at the career highlights of MJC, via a playlist of her early remixes and singles, including early gems such as ‘Humming Bird’ and ‘Little One’.
- Backstage Video... exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of Clash’s photo shoot, including an audio snippet of Maya describing why she named her album ‘Comfort’.
- WIN tickets to see Maya play at Bestival 2013... win a pair of tickets to bathe in Maya’s headline set on Bestival’s dance stage. Enter by taking out a six-month subscription to Clash magazine on the app now.
Also in this Digital Edition is Clash’s monthly dance feature, Electric Selection, featuring an interview with James Holden, a playlist of our top 10 club tracks set to be huge this month (including tracks from Eats Everything & Justin Martin, Lone and LV) as well as a DJ mix from the mighty Trentemøller.
And if that wasn’t enough, house music’s favourite brotherly duo Disclosure have provided us with a select playlist of their top garage tunes of all time. The rise of the Lawrence brothers to chart-topping success has been ingrained within a revitalisation of the '90s UK garage sound. Here they supply Clash with the tracks that have accompanied them throughout this journey, and are available to stream through the app. You can read an edit of Clash's magazine interview with the pair here.
Finally, the issue is topped off with reviews of all the best dance albums to come sailing through the Clash letterbox this month - get your jungle, garage, techno and house fixes here.
If you haven’t checked out the app yet, it’s an exciting visual and aural blend of content - an application that has been dubbed the future of digital music consumption. In keeping with Clash magazine’s distinct visual aesthetic, it’s a dynamic way to access cutting-edge new music and editorial.
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For more info or to place future content on the Clash app, please contact:
Matthew Bennett / [email protected]