Watch the last interview with the late Austin Peralta, recorded during his stay in Poland’s capital Warsaw.
A couple of days ago, just in time for the imminent apocalypse, Om Unit gathered like-minded producers to put out a free jungle footwork compilation.
Berlin-based producer James Creed provides the third release on the emergent Odd Socks record label, listen to the previews on the inside.
One of the best tracks this year gets the treatment from London’s Wot Not label, who give away an edit in their advent calendar.
We end our hiatus with news about the latest release from Huess, a six-track EP available for free download and the first material since he contributed to our podcast series.
Taken from Stones Throw‘s second Serato collaboration, listen to this tune from one of my favourites on the label.
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Creative Commons licenses, Los Angeles internet radio dublab released an exclusive audiovisual mixtape.
Vienna’s Affine Records is having a run lately. Following releases from Sixtus Preiss and Ogris Debris, they throw in a third one by Zanshin.
It’s been over three years since Drift came out, but the wait for Nosaj Thing‘s new album is almost over.
Taken from Karriem Riggins latest album Alone Together, watch what Tuomas Vauhkonen and Jeremias Nieminen came up with in their crazy stereoscopic video.
Only yesterday Hessle Audio co-founder Ben UFO played a guestmix on on Tim Sweeney’s Beats in Space. Listen or download on the inside!
Matthew Halsall’s Gondwana Records label just released the debut album by GoGo Penguin, a jazz trio in Manchester. Read all about it.
We haven’t posted a mixtape in a while and neither have we heard from SBTRKT recently. About time to change both!
Here’s another one I’ve been sleeping on, a free album from Larry Gus put out by New York’s DFA Records.
Easily the most genuine techno I’ve heard in a long time, listen to the title track off Hieroglyphic Being EP released on Morphine Records.
Bullion plays 24 minutes of music that’s potentially coming out on his DEEK label, but who really knows? Good stuff for sure!
Even four years after the release of Flying Lotus’ Los Angeles I kept wondering what I see on that unfathomable cover artwork. About time to do a little research.
Throughout 2011, Swiss drummer Julian Sartorius has recorded one beat per day. The ambitious project now comes out in the form of a massive 12-disc vinyl box.
From one of my favourite artist collectives in 2012, London’s Old Apparatus, comes a video taken from their latest EP.
Our friends at Percussion Lab released their first compilation, celebrating the first ten years of the New York-based mixtape platform.
Following his debut on Daedelus’ label, My Dry Wet Mess returns with a new album on Brainfeeder. Read what Gavin Kendricks thinks.