Twenty weeks into the year and here comes the first edition of our weekly bits featuring a punk band (!), interviews with Jeff Jank and a former Hard Wax employee, some mixtapes and more.
Turns out that Marc Mac revives his Nu Era moniker for a full album release. Find out more and listen to some tracks on the inside!
Berlin’s Project: Mooncircle released a new compilation available on cassette and as free download.
Three years after their debut on Alexander Nut’s Ho Tep label, Wolverhampton duo Letherette have their first album in stores as of today.
As Ghostly announced signing New York-based producer Lord RAJA, they’re giving away this 6-track EP for free.
Following the reissues of Carl Craig’s material as 69 and Paperclip People, Planet E started selling a remastered edition of some of his earliest music.
Celebrating their first anniversary as a record label, Sonic Router released a new EP by Torus for a price of your liking.
Los Angeles producer Nosaj Thing started his own label and kicks off with a release from his childhood friend D Tiberio.
Following several EPs on a variety of label, Detroit’s Kyle Hall is ready to release his debut album on Wild Oats. More details and snippets on the inside!
It all started with four prints of classic beats on the Roland TR-808, now designer Rob Ricketts has added eight new design to his series.
Hyperdub recently signed a double EP from footwork producer DJ Rashad. Two weeks from it’s release, take a listen to these snippets if you haven’t already.
As mentioned before, BTS Recordings released S.Maharba‘s remix album today. The full stream is only one click away!
On the occasion of his tour through Japan, the one and only Madlib has put together a free compilation of tracks previously available on the Medicine Show series.
South Africa’s Jonti played a five track session for Daytrotter, the same website that previously brought us live sets from Mount Kimbie and Com Truise.
Berlin-based producer James Creed provides the third release on the emergent Odd Socks record label, listen to the previews on the inside.
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.
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.
Here’s another one I’ve been sleeping on, a free album from Larry Gus put out by New York’s DFA Records.
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.
Our friends at Percussion Lab released their first compilation, celebrating the first ten years of the New York-based mixtape platform.
Now that the true identity behind Captain Murphy has been revealed, here are the official downloads for the Duality beat tape.
In mid-December, one of the finest house albums of the past decade, Matthew Herbert’s Bodily Functions, is getting a special edition re-release to celebrate its 11th anniversary.
The tragic passing of pianist and composer Austin Peralta touched me deeply and I felt like writing these couple of lines.
Not long after their last release by Sixtus Preiss, Viennese label Affine Records is already preparing its next one.
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Fans of Mark Pritchard are probably used the long periods between first hearing one of his tunes and being able to pick it up. One of his most anticipated releases is now out on 12-inch EP.