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.
With their much anticipated debut album out since Monday, New York duo Sepalcure put together a fine mix for self-titled magazine.
Detroit’s Theo Parrish in conversation with CDR founder Tony Nwachukwu talking about production, playing tunes and eventually building one.
Talk about a new Gonjasufi record was making rounds for some time now, today you can get a first taste.
Whether you want to call it a fan video or not, here’s an awesome slow motion video by Alex Lee borrowing music from Flying Lotus’ Cosmogramma album.
This alternate version of Jamie xx‘s Radiohead rework makes me rethink about my favourite remix in the TKOL RMX series. I think I got a new one!
New York’s FaltyDL is giving the remix treatment to one of the tracks from Kuedo‘s debut longplayer. And it’s a free download!
Forthcoming on Well Rounded Records is this piano house tune by xxxy. Release date unknown, but you can stream the track until then.
You probably remember that free EP by Omar S. The track featuring Theo Parrish just got this wonderful 8-bit style music video.
We gave you a taster of the new Sepalcure single Pencil Pimp some weeks back, now here’s the official video.
If the names Kyoto Jazz Massive, Bembé Segué and Moonstarr mean anything to you, please feel invited to listen to the all new 7-inch on Public Transport Recordings.
As Dutch producer Dexter steps up for his Resident Advisor podcast, we hope we can make up for not sharing any mixes recently. This one is too good!
Los Angeles’ Teebs returns with a new full-length on Brainfeeder. It’s titled Collections 01 and here’s a track taken from the record.
Christmas is still a bit away, but Japanese label Wonderful Noise gives us a good reason to look forward to it: the release of Julien Dyne‘s second album.
In time for the Berlin Record Store Day, Project Mooncircle has a new 10-inch ready by the one called fLako. Click to grab a free MP3!
With the King Midas Sound remix album in stores, Hyperdub also completes the documentary I mentioned here not so long ago.
One of the highlights of the on-going Red Bull Music Academy in Madrid was certainly Erykah Badu‘s lecture, which is now available in full length.
Following this year’s solo album and some previous freebies, 2000black’s Dego shares this instrumental and another tune with singer Face.