Free compilation featuring music from the last three years, including artists such as dÉbruit, Fulgeance, Ghislain Poirier, Charles Trees, Dorian Concept and Huess.
While Warp20 NYC took place over a year ago, director Lorenzo Fonda uploaded his short documentary of the event only recently.
Stuttgart’s Philpot Records celebrates its 50th release with a limited vinyl-only compilation. Includes music by Move D, The Reboot Joy Confession, Juju & Jordash and more.
It’s good to hear Om Unit exploring Drexciyan rhythms, as he does on this remix of Pixelord.
It’s already been out for a while, but the latest Huess should not stay unmentioned in this place.
If you remember Paul Pre‘s contribution to our podcast series, you should be interested in getting his latest mixtape.
Another free track for Christmas, this time coming from producer Addison Groove (aka Headhunter) and the Swamp81 label.
Your last chance to fill up your iPod for Christmas, featuring mixes by Pariah, James Blake, Morgan Zarate, Rush Hour, Peverelist and a couple of others.
Recently voted as hottest female DJ in Los Angeles, Brainfeeder associate Tokimonsta has put out a new mix CD on Art Union.
And here’s another Christmas freebie, this time its Swiss producer Dimlite covering one of Prefuse 73‘s side projects: A Cloud Mireya with singer Claudia Deheza
Sweet remix by Mr. Beatnick here, putting Ahu’s To: Love over Busta Rhymes’ Turn Me Up
A short documentary on the making of the Tongues album by Kieran Hebden and jazz drummer Steve Reid.
Christmas spirit has come to Manchester, and it’s the city’s own Illum Sphere giving away a free track – his remix of Björk.
We love sharing the latest Dimlite news with you, especially if they come free like this EP with singer Elan Tamara.
For Zane Brezinski’s show on WNYU, Dark Arx has put together this 1990s-inspired guestmix. And it’s now available for download.
Toronto’s Moonstarr returns with this collection of rare gems and previously unreleased music. Available now from Public Transit in digital formats only!
International labels Tru Thoughts, Ninja Tune, Ubiquity, One-Handed Music, Melting Pot and Plug Research have teamed up once again to present a follow-up to the previous Label Love compilation.
Here’s the winning track of the Take Remix Contest, seeing a release on Take‘s new album on Alpha Pup in early 2011.
The latest guestmix by SBTRKT is his last one of the year and it features a preview of things to come in 2011.
For the eighth installment of All City’s LA Series, Mike Gao and Tokimonsta each occupy a side on the 10-inch. Listen to one of Tokimonsta’s contribution.
Animator Cyriak Harris is the mastermind behind Eskmo‘s new video. The track came out earlier this year on Ninja Tune.
Chico Mann‘s debut album was one of my favoruites in 2007, in this video he performs a track from his new album Analog Drift.
Five years after its original release, Mr. Oizo’s album Moustache (Half a Scissor) will be reissued on Brainfeeder, including the first ever version on vinyl.
Nosaj Thing recently played at Geneva’s Mapping Festival, here’s seom footage from the show.
This is one of Mark Pritchard‘s earlier projects, together with Tom Middleton, released in 1995 on the Good Looking label.
Los Angeles’ very own Flying Lotus is joined by some fellow musicians for a recording session at BBC’s Maida Vale Studios.
Having played with everyone from Robert Mitchell to Flying Lotus, Kaidi Tatham to Mark de Clive-Lowe, London’s Richard Spaven just completed his first solo album.