This week I want to catch up on mixed I’ve been enjoying in the last couple of days, including DJs and selectors FaltyDL, Carl Craig, Photek, Untold and more.
Kieran Hebden is readying a new release on his own label Text Records. The 12-inch comes with a new Four Tet production and a track by Daphni on the flipside.
Coming from Video Marsh collective, which was already responsible for the video to Odessa, the latest from Caribou has landed on several video sites on the internet.
Eat Concrete founder Pete Concrete put together this mix for Jay Scarlett’s Amp Soul Generation, showcasing 5 years of music on his label as well as some future releases.
Altrice, winner of the Caribou remix contest, asked for the possibility to remix the rest of the album and frontman Dan Snaith agreed. Click to listen to the result.
Alright, so you can see another Seiji post right next to this one, but we felt the all new 12-inch deserves a post of its own.
In anticipation of the new SEIJI3 12-inch, London’s Seiji has put together another new mixtape for you.
Scion A/V’s Blu Jemz talks to Onra about his musical influences and how some of them literally ended up on his album.
Dave Huismans has been a personal favourite of mine for quite some years already, so I’m excited about the all new mix he delivered for the guys at XLR8R. Diverse as ever, you can expect a selection of house, garage and broken beats.
Here’s a video of Taylor McFerrin‘s first single released on his new home: the already legendary Brainfeeder label run by Flying Lotus.
New mixes to start the week, this time featuring Caribou, Brendon Moeller, Toro Y Moi, Lone and two special Valentine mixes from Hudson Mohawke and Krystal Klear.
Some highlights from Twitter stream in the last week include new music from Model 500, Ghostpoet and Scientist, as well as mixtapes by Legowelt, Ahu, 8bitch and some more bits.
More than a year ago, this track was aired as part of SBTRKT & Sampha’s live-session on Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide show. The Young Turks label has the release lined up for April.
Started as a group on last.fm in 2009, Mad-Hop has completed a compilation of 21 tracks from producers and beatsmiths worldwide.
Radio 1′s Benji B has uploaded two of his older shows, in which he pays tribute to the late J Dilla.
While Julio Bashmore‘s latest 12-inch is still far from wearing out, here’s a lookout at his forthcoming release.
Hanging out in Los Angeles and not sure what to do tonight? Well, it’s kind of last minute, but we just felt like we should recommend you the Austin Peralta album release party.
Recorded at Benji B’s Deviation party last November, here are 140 minutes of Mark Pritchard spinning records and Steve Spacek on MC duties.
Taken from his forthcoming album “Underneath the Pine”, here are two new videos by Toro Y Moi giving you a first impression.
Mr. Beatnick somehow got these unreleased tracks from Umod, the moniker used by Domu for his more hip-hop paced productions.
On this Doppelschall podcast, German trio Brandt Brauer Frick gathers some of their influences, ranging from Herbie Hancock to 4hero, György Liget to James Blake.
Following his directional debut for Bilal, Flying Lotus takes on the all new video for Erykah Badu.
Moscows’s Pixelord is giving the title tune from his last EP another twist by adding some proper UK garage flavours. Click to listen or download.
Flying Lotus keeps on broadening the profile of his Brainfeeder label with the latest release from young jazz prodigy Austin Peralta. His third album is available from all good stores as of now!
Chicago based multi-instrumentalist Caural is probably the best recommendation I ever got on last.fm. His new EP will be out this spring via Eat Concrete.
You might have listened to the Brainfeeder takeover of Benji B’s radioshow the other week. Now that it’s vanished from the iPlayer, here’s another chance to listen to it.
The Red Bull Music Academy is easily the best thing that could happen to all up and coming musicians. Here are some tips for the application process.