Croatia-based Ishfaq has put his hands on this joint by Maddslinky and Tawiah and came up with a nice remix you can download for free.
Watch this new video of taken from the forthcoming Lorn album Ask The Dust, which will be out in mid-June through Ninja Tune.
We approached Munich-based Jay Scarlett tastemaker for a selection of his favourite tunes right now and asked him a couple of questions on the state of Beat Dimensions.
This week’s edition features mixes by Anstam, Sweatson Klank, Austin Peralta, Jacques Greene, Kutmah and 7even Recordings founder Greg G.
Remember those Miles Davis Quintet from some years back? Western Edition, the company behind those, recently put out a series of Bitches Brew decks.
A couple of days ago I featured One O’Clock‘s interview with James Pants, today they got a new one with LA’s Daedelus.
Renowned art book publisher Taschen now offers a follow-up to 2008′s Jazz Covers with favourite record selections by the likes of King Britt, Gilles Peterson and Rainer Trüby.
London-based vocalist Py released a mixtape last Monday featuring collaborations with eight up and coming producers.
It’s been a while since we talked to Sam Irl, but the German producer hasn’t been sleeping since then. Listen to the Cid Rim remix from his new EP.
It’s been a while since we last had a podcast and we’re very happy to announce this new one by London’s very own K15.
On the occasion of Arthur Russell‘s 61st birthday, let me share a random story about how I got to find this great song he recored in 1978 with the legendary Nicky Siano.
I was thinking about AD Bourke the other day, but even before I could check if he’s been up to anything lately, he announced this new EP.
While our love for Grimm Reality hasn’t faded a bit yet, Dimlite is already planning a release of outtakes from the very same album.
Back from his hiatus, Dabrye makes an appearance in London on Thursday. In preparation, Kutmah put together a free mix.
Watch the original backdrop films taken from Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon live performances after the album was released in 1973.
I have to big up Tall Black Guy for sharing this beautiful track by Chicago-based Tensei.
Berlin’s Phon.o is not only one of the people I enjoy following on Twitter, he also just released a new record on 50 Weapons.
A free download from our favourite Swiss producer, the one and only Dimlite.
Only yesterday we talked about the Jazz re:freshed anniversary and now there’s a free compilation on the occasion.
Not that many mixtapes this time, but enough to get you through a weekend. Featuring Ital Tek, Al Tourettes, DZA, Shigeto …and LTJ Bukem!
It’s only been a month since Kutmah‘s much acclaimed compilation came out, but he’s already back with a new beat tape.
Carl Craig’s Planet E label released a remastered version of the 1996 album The Secret Tapes of Dr. Eich, a personal favourite I never owned on vinyl until now.
French website One O’Clock posted this video interview with James Pants, spiced up with snippets from his concert at Paris’ Trabendo.
Coming with all-star remixers Dabrye, Ikonika, Om Unit and Kid Kanevil, the new Illum Sphere EP is waiting at your favourite record store.
Recorded last year but only uploaded yesterday, here’s a video from Kaidi Tatham album launch at London’s Mau Mau bar.
Chicagoan musician Kahil El’Zabar just introduced the Elevation Project, an effort to build a community of interdisciplinary artists in the region of Aquitaine.
Loving this new one released under Take’s Sweatson Klank moniker, a soulful tune taken from Hit+Run‘s all new compilation.