Another weekend selection for your listening pleasure, this time with mixtapes from ENA, King Britt, Morgan Zarate, Four Tet and Arclight.
The first release on new Dutch label DEEK comes from no other but London’s Bullion and it’s one to look forward to. Listen to the teaser inside.
The last tune from the last ever Gilles Peterson show on Radio 1 comes from his long-time MC of choice Earl Zinger.
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New material from Souleance taken from their forthcoming debut LP on First Word, watch this video directed by Émile Sacré.
Only today, Russian label Hyperboloid just released Pixelord Remixes, which is pretty much what the name sounds like. You can listen to the Mirror State remix on the inside.
London’s K15 pays tribute to one of the greatest living musicians, the magnificent Kaidi Tatham.
For those that still don’t follow us, here are some bits from the week by Scratcha DVA, IG Culture, Mo Kolours, 2000Black and more!
Not much time to go into this, but I wanted to share these three mixtapes from 2562, Martyn and Klic before I sign off for the rest of the weekend.
Can’t get enough of Dimlite and why would I want to. Here’s another video taken from his Grimm Reality album.
It was about two weeks ago when London’s Mr Beatnick gave us a first taste of his forthcoming release. Here’s a video for the title track.
This track was part of a limited bundle of last year’s SBTRKT album and it’s now available as a stream for the very first time.
Eighteen months after his first EP, Philpot readies the debut longplayer by The Reboot Joy Confession for a release in May.
Not much to do today, so I looked up what Andrew Pekler has been doing since I last bought one of his records about ten years ago.
Taken from the forthcoming album on Hyperdub, here is a new DVA video featuring singer Natalie Maddox.
Almost a decade after Dominic Stanton remixed two track on Impending Doom, Los Angeles’ Daedelus pays him back with a free-to-download track.
Very short, but nicely shot documentary featuring interview bits with Sigha, George Fitzgerald, Machinedrum, and Scuba himself
Taken from Kutmah’s Worldwide Family Vol. 2, here’s a wonderful track by Los Angeles singer Gaby Hernandez.
As if there haven’t been some quality mixes this week, XLR8R adds another one from Manchester-based producer and RBMA alumni Krystal Klear.
Three years after Moth/Wolf Club, here’s a track by Four Tet and Burial that broke the 42,000 plays mark in just six hours!
During last year’s Incubate Festival, LA-based producer Daedelus sampled pieces of music made by students to build some tracks.
In anticipation of Eglo‘s third birthday party, the London-based label gives away a track by their very own ARP 101.