Back in 2008, Benji B aired a J Dilla tribute which contained a never released remix of Jill Scott‘s classic tune Slowly Surely. For the first time, here is a stream of the full track.
Turns out I’ve never posted Mount Kimbie‘s video for Carbonated in this place. Like with his previous videos, director Tyrone Lebon did a great job.
Californian artist Teebs keeps posting alternate versions of his music, his latest is one taken from his 2010 debut album Ardour.
San Francisco based producer Eprom talks about video games, Dabrye and parties on the West Coast.
Good mixtapes, but there are a couple worth checking out. Including Joy Orbison, AD Bourke, Greymatter, Jon Hopkins and Mark de Clive-Lowe.
As I don’t do any lists for the year, I won’t put Machinedrum and SBTRKT on them (otherwise I certainly would). Instead I’m sharing this unreleased edit with you.
It took a while, but at last there are some t-shirts available for those that want to support this little blog. Designed by Rubens LP and made with love.
Taken from Fulgeance‘s debut album, French artist Florian Sabatier came up with this playful video for the track London Falling
Mark Pritchard was so kind to share this live recording of Africa Hitech playing in Toronto some weeks ago. Nearly two hours of fine music for you to enjoy!
London’s Seiji is back with a new installment of his self-released 12-inches and that means there’s also a new promo mixtape for you to download.
Haven’t heard from Lorn in a while, but the Brainfeeder signed producer is back with a collaboration with fellow American Dolor.
One of my favourite track off Dâm-Funk’s Toeachizown album gets a refresh two years after it’s release. Sounds a bit raw, but then it comes as free download.
Mike Winkelmann aka Beeple has been working on some VJ loops for the Brainfeeder label. As of today you can download eight of them for free and even modify them.
The week is still young and there’s no shortage of quality mixtapes and this new one from Om Unit is no different.
Second Ossie post for the day and since I’m currently in the perfect mood for this 4×4 banger, I thought I’d share it with you.
Haven’t done this in a while, but here’s a bunch of fresh mixes to give you a good start into the week. Features the likes of Ossie, Benji B’s Deviation String Quartet, Rush Hour, Mark Force and others.
Get your two hour fix of house and dubstep mixed by London’s Pearson Sound as he continues this autumn’s series of quality Essential Mixes.
With 13272 listeners before me I feel like posting some old news, but then I wouldn’t want to hold back a new Flying Lotus tune from you.
James Pants remixes Daedelus and Daedelus remixes James Pants. Both tracks are part of a limited edition 7-inch and here’s one of the tracks for your listening pleasure.
Finally, the Red Bull Music Academy unlocked the lecture which I meant to post the other day: it’s Gerd Janson in conversation with Scuba.
The latest contribution to XLR8R‘s podcast series comes from the duo of Mark Pritchard and Steve Spacek and this one looks like it’s a keeper.
Thanks to the Mount Kimbie session I first came across the Daytrotter website some months ago. Their latest session features five live tracks from New Jersey synth nerd Com Truise.
Back in October, Benji B and his Deviation String Quartet took over a capsule of the London Eye. Watch the entire performance recorded at Red Bull’s Revolutions In Sound.
Machinedrum uploaded this lovely b-side taken from his Room(s), for which there seem to be no plans for a release or download.
Here’s one track I can never get enough of, be it the original, the live version or this new edit by Onur Engin which just came out on the Swedish G.A.M.M. label.
I’m only halfway through this lecture from the Red Bull Music Academy in Madrid, but Benji B talking to David Kennedy is one of the best this year.
To pay tribute to one of the greatest jazz drummers, Gilles Peterson’s Brownswood label and the Steve Reid Foundation are releasing a new interpretation of Lions of Judah, backed up by a Four Tet re-edit.