Scion A/V, who you might best known from their Blu Jemz compilation or their podcast series, have recently interviewed The Gaslamp Killer.
You’ve heard this on SBTRKT’s live-session for Gilles Peterson before. Together with the massive Jamlock, it will be part of the upcoming 2×12″ on the Brainmath label.
Think the first part of Lucid Freaks runs a bit short? Don’t worry, because Error Broadcast has just unlocked the bonus-levels.
To become a genre defying producer, it takes a diverse taste and deep knowledge of music. That description certainly fits Dutch producer Martyn, and on the latest podcast for XLR8R he shows why.
I haven’t read the name Son of Scientist for a while, but his exclusive new track was posted by Spine Magazine today.
Nosaj Thing and Daedelus, two beatmakers from Los Angeles currently touring the U.S., each performing live for 10 minutes on Seattle’s KEXP radio.
I briefly mentioned the situation London’s Plastic People, one of the most forward thinking clubs, is currently facing. Here are some details on the situation.
Here is the third BTS Radio Mix featured this month, this time coming from Manchester’s Illum Sphere. I guess we all start to realize how much this radioshow was missed.
No details, just a tracklist for the latest mixtape from London-based Kelpe. And it contains loads of modern classics!
It’s been a while since the last Tunesday, this time there are free tracks from Hudson Mohawke, Daedelus, Krystal Klear and Pixelord to discover.
The debut release from Gavin Handley’s Jus Like Music Records comes from London based keyboard player, songwriter and producer BUG. Click for a free download.
Slept on the Valentine’s mix from Hudson Mohawke, got a new mix from Blue Daisy and a free download from Greymatter. Also got two articles on 4hero, an interview with Betty Davis and much more!
With new music coming from Sbtrkt & Sampha, Tokimonsta, Ras G and FaltyDL, RAMP Recordings is one of the labels to look out for this year.
Austrian label The Loud Minority pressed two of Dorian Concept‘s remixes on a highly limited 7-inch. Unless you live in Austria, the best way of getting a copy is by entering my first give-away!
Here is another tune from one of my favourite new producers in 2009, London’s Sbtrkt. This time he puts hands on “Warrior”, the next single from José James which will be out on March 22, 2010.
Having resolved the problems of the first pressing, Dexter’s Jazz Files is now available on LP. This video features two tracks taken from the album.
Following his free track Agent White and remixes for Om Unit, Martyn and Greymatter, Illum Sphere back with another new track.
Free remix album from Los Angeles-based Devonwho, featuring up and coming talents like Tokimonsta, Krystal Klear, Matthewdavid, Shlohmo or Dibiase.
This track from London’s Kelpe is taken from the Bleep Showcase compilation and you can download it for free!
With a new album in stores, 2000Black founder Dego returns to BTS Radio with a brand new mix.
To celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the Gilles Peterson’s former label Talkin’ Loud, the Japanese Market gets to see two new compilations.
To kick-off their quarterly events, fabric and the Red Bull Music Academy present the second Brainfeeder London event taking place on March 10, 2010.
In the last week, the first part of Stussy’s J Dilla documentary was revealed and Google annoyed music bloggers around the world. This and more after the click.
As a follow-up to their encounter with Lefto, Berlin’s Kwatro collective has released an all new mixtape from Robot Koch.
If you have been buying records in the golden era of broken beat, chances are you came across the work of Bologna’s Mat Design. Here is a showcase enclosed by an interview with the man.
Here’s a video of Henrik Schwarz and Bugge Wesseltoft performing live at the presently ongoing Red Bull Music Academy in London.
Here’s a video of a workshop with Nosaj Thing, recorded at The Factory Shanghai. It looks pretty much like a lecture at the Red Bull Music Academy.