Warp20 NYC

While Warp20 NYC took place over a year ago, director Lorenzo Fonda uploaded his short documentary of the event only recently.

Mike Slott – Amanallah

This new Mike Slott video directed by Stuart Langfield makes great use of typography, and that’s reason enough to feature it here.

Kelpe – Dig Up Stupid

Taken from his Microscope Contents EP on DC Recordings, Kelpe streams this massive track.

RE:09 Black Dynamite

While 2009 was a flourishing year for new and exciting music, it didn’t look so good for movies. For music fans though, there were a few cinematic highlights I want to mention.

I:Cube – Falling EP

It’s been quite a while since Nicolas Chaix has released his last album. Whether you count in his live LP or not, something between four and seven years have passed already. Being a huge fan of both his work as solo-artist and Château Flight I was delighted to hear about his latest release.

Kid Vector – The Rebirth Of Yule

Is there a nicer way to wish you a Merry Christmas than with some good music? I will borrow the music from Kid Vector, who is not only good at mixing records, but also a great designer.

Dâm-Funk – Mirrors

Just in time to remember us of the upcoming release of the 5-LP box set of Toeachizown, the ambassador of funk presents his new video for the track Mirrors.

Recomposed Kevorkian & von Oswald Mixes

I didn’t expect another record with remixes of last year’s Recomposed album, but being a big fan of Carl Craig and Moritz von Oswald, I’m glad about the news.

Moonstarr – Farfisa 45

Kevin Moon’s Montreal-based label Public Transit has put out its first 7″, a collaboration between Moonstarr and organist Tony Ezzy.

North / South / East / West

Bleep teamed up with British photographer Shaun Bloodworth and designer Stuart Hammersley (GiveUpArt) to create a “musical and visual document”, titled North / South / East / West.

Bartellow – If you don't know

From Munich-based producer Bartellow comes this instrumental of a new track, which he created at this year’s Schmiede festival.

Izzi Dunn – Tits & Ass

Eight years after first making an appearance on Kaidi Tatham’s classic Betcha Did and her debut album produced by the same man, Izzi Dunn reunites with the London based keyboarder for her new single.

A Guide to 12345678

Düsseldorf’s electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk released eight of their albums in a remastered 8-CD box set. Here’s an guide on how to get the right product.

o1o – Bread and Circuses EP

Oakland’s Aybee is back with a new EP under the o1o moniker. On Bread and Circuses he keeps it deep, but with a different twist than usual.

Aardvarck – Titi

Amsterdam’s Mike Kivits must be considered one of the best in the city’s rich music scene and luckily he is also very busy to maintain this status. His debut on the Eat Concrete label came out last month and it’s his 4th solo album already.

2562 – Unbalance

It was only this summer, that I first listened to Dave Huismans’ debut under his 2562 moniker, 2008′s Aerial. As I didn’t want to make that mistake again, I followed all news about its successor and eventually got hold of a promo copy of the new album Unbalance.

Daniel Wang presents Balihu 1993-2008

For their latest release, Amsterdam’s Rush Hour label teamed up with the legendary Daniel Wang to release a retrospective of the last 15 years of his Balihu label.

José James – Blackmagic (Remixes)

As second album from José James has been delayed for a release in early 2010, fans of the New York jazz-singer will be delighted to hear that his new single Blackmagic (Remixes) will come out on November 1st.

Silkie – City Limits Volume 1

Silkie’s debut album on Mala’s Deep Medi label came out at the end of July, which is probably the reason why it didn’t get much attention outside the dubstep scene.

Beat Pharmacy at Voltt Loves Summer

Brendon Moeller aka Beat Pharmacy has put out another fantastic DJ-set of deep house and dubby 313 techno.

Dego in Brooklyn: Dirty Old Music

While fans of 4hero are waiting for next month’s release of the Extensions album, “Dego” McFarlane has put out a new mix CD in all quietness.

Shuanise – Baggage for Sale

Cologne’s UpMyAlley are about to release a new 12-inch from emerging artist Shuanise, who you might remember from her cover-version of Coltrane’s Naima.

Ian O'Brien – Kokoro

This week Japanese label Octave Lab released two albums from one of my favourite producers Ian O’Brien.

Koushik – Beep Tape

Stones Throw has decided to give away Koushik‘s latest effort “Beep Tape” for free and this week only.

Mary Anne Hobbs – Wild Angels

Mary Anne Hobbs’ third compilation on Planet Mu will be out this Monday putting the spotlight on the worldwide scene between “wonky” hip-hop and dubstep.

Misel Quitno – Sleep Over Remixes Vol. 1

Following 2007′s release of Sleep Over Pieces Vol. 1, score to an imaginary movie, Misel Quitno will release an EP with remixes in November.

Flying Lotus Remix Album

Tokyo-based label Beat Records has repeatedly put out some of Warp Records biggest releases for the Japanese market. They will continue to do so by releasing a collection of all three L.A. EPs from Flying Lotus.