!K7′s DJ-Kicks continues its strong line-up with Hotflush founder Paul Rose, whose mix is expected to drop end of October.
We have featured so many videos of Kaidi Tatham performing live by no, but we still can’t get enough. Here’s another one showcasing the man’s genius, recorded last week.
Having played a number of festivals this summer, Amsterdam’s Full Crate decided to put together this 90 minutes mixtape, playing a wide selection of UK house and bass music.
Next up Four Tet‘s label is a 12-inch from London’s Caleb Waterman, who releases music under the name of Juk Juk. Listen to a full track here!
Here’s a micro-edition of our popular Mixtape Monday, featuring four new mixes and another we slept on before.
London’s Om Unit comes up with an skillfully edited version of this classic Barrington Levy track. And because he knows you’re gonna like this, he gives it away for free!
Our tenth podcast not only marks a numeric milestone, it’s Austrian duo Ritornell who are giving it a very special touch. Like their own music, this is a journey through ambiance and experimental sounds.
German beatsmith Swede:art makes his return with an all new remix for Austrian producer Abby Lee Tee.
It’s once again time to train your ears ignoring the most annoying voice in radio, but the latest Essential Mix from Jamie xx should be worth it.
Really enjoyed this tropical edit by Amsterdam’s O.Boogie, who put his fingers on this Central Line tune from 1981. Summer vibes!
The second album in Jazz Refreshed‘s 5ives series comes from a true genius, the multi-instumentalist and keys player extra-ordinaire Kaidi Tatham.
The second installment of IG Culture‘s mixtape series for his Holy Roller label was just released, featuring a great selection of remixes, mash-ups and some original productions.
Unlike the last time, I didn’t want to sleep on another Suzi Analogue video. So here’s her latest.
Almost ten years old, Jimmy Edgar made this Aaliyah remix back in 2002. Still sounds amazingly fresh!
New York based Dego will make a stop in London in September to bring his latest masterpiece A Wha’ Him Deh Pon? to the stage. I’m gutted I can’t make it, but if you’re in London you should go!
Two hours and 40 tunes coming from the birthplace of techno, put together by Numbers‘ very own Jackmaster and Spencer.
As previously mentioned on Twitter, I’ve been printing some t-shirts to give away to friends and supporters of this website. Thought I’d give away the first samples I got for free!
If you haven’t checked out the new Free The Robots release The Mind’s Eye yet, here’s a free track to change your mind.
Swedish filmmaker Göran Hugo Olsson is responsible for this documentary on the Black Power movement. It features unseen interviews with some of the protagonists of the movement, as well as commentaries from Erykah Badu or Talib Kweli.
Taken from his forthcoming 12-inch on Hemlock, Bristol’s Pangaea returns with this dark stepper.
The second part in Resident Advisor‘s music themed city portrait is available now and it’s another great episode with some of my favourite artists from Detroit.
Video for the forthcoming single by Ghostpoet, which will be out on Brownswood Recordings in September.
Straight from the City of Roses comes this modern funk tune courtesy of Dâm-Funk – and it’s a free download as well!
It’s been a hell of a long time since the last Plaid album came out, but this video is a first teaser to their upcoming Scintilli album.
Director Paul Trillo fired some 200 smoke bombs for this wonderful video for Brainfeeder’s very own Teebs.
Following last year’s debut on Alexander Nut’s Ho_Tep label, Throwing Snow is back with a new release on Super Recordings. Watch the video here and download two remixes for free!
With every releases Kieran Hebden is putting out, he keeps amazing. No different with the latest on his own Text Records label.