Nidhogg (with music by Daedelus)

Take a look at that, we’re featuring a video game for the very first time. Yes, it comes with a soundtrack by Daedelus, but that’s only half of the story.

Weekend Mixtapes

Enjoy this weekend with a selection of mixes by A Guy Called Gerald, Kowton, Toro Y Moi, Luke Vibert, Hyetal, erm, and Bullion.

Daedelus – Live & Interview

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.

Domu – Something Old (Daedelus’ Pacifically Juked)

Almost a decade after Dominic Stanton remixed two track on Impending Doom, Los Angeles’ Daedelus pays him back with a free-to-download track.

Daedelus works with Students

During last year’s Incubate Festival, LA-based producer Daedelus sampled pieces of music made by students to build some tracks.

Daedelus – Adjustments Made

To celebrate his 50,000 followers on SoundCloud, Daedelus has some remixes to share with you. Includes artists such as Aphex Twin, Dntel, UNKLE and Björk.

Daedelus – An Armada Approaches (James Pants Remix)

James Pants remixes Daedelus and Daedelus remixes James Pants. Both tracks are part of a limited edition 7-inch and here’s one of the tracks for your listening pleasure.

Room 205 with Daedelus

You might remember one of these from an earlier post, but apparently this is a series of three videos of Daedelus playing for Room 205 .

Mixtape Monday #22

It’s Mixtape Monday and we got some fresh supplies from the likes of Africa Hitech, FaltyDL, IG Culture, Krystal Klear, Ossie, Jack Sparrow, Ben Westbeech and others.

Daedelus – One & Lonely (Lost Remix)

Recorded at Room 205, witness Alfred Darling performing a track from his new album Bespoke.

Daedelus – We All Have Magical Properties

Los Angeles’ Daedelus, muscian, great live performer and now running his own label Magical Properties, put together this mixtape for International Tapes.

Daedelus – Far From Home Session

The guys of Into the Woods met with Daedelus in an arcade to play video games. They also recorded a Monome session by the man.

Daedelus – Tidal Waves Uprising

Following Stampede Me, here comes the second video off Daedelus’ Righteous Fists of Harmony mini-album.

Daedelus – Stampede Me

Taken from his mini-album Righteous Fists of Harmony, this is the official video for “Stampede Me”.

Weekly Bits 15/2010

The usual dose of mixtapes, downloads and general news from the last week. This time with bits on The Roots, Matthew Herbert, Kyle Hall, Daedelus and more!

Weekly Bits 14/2010

New mixtapes from Seiji & Joker, Plastikman, Low End Theory, plus a selection of videos and free downloads.

Mixtape Monday #12

Contrary to what I believed about an hour ago, today is actually a Monday. Let’s have some mixtapes from Lukid, Floating Points, Simbad, Tokimonsta, Daedelus and others.

Daedelus – Righteous Fists of Harmony

Next Tuesday, the new album from Daedelus will be out on the Brainfeeder label. I had the chance to listen to it for the last couple of weeks.

Daedelus & Nosaj Thing in Chicago

Here’s another video from the Magical Properties Tour by Daedelus and Nosaj Thing, filmed while stopping in the city of Chicago

Nosaj Thing & Daedelus live on KEXP

Nosaj Thing and Daedelus, two beatmakers from Los Angeles currently touring the U.S., each performing live for 10 minutes on Seattle’s KEXP radio.

It's Tunesday (again!)

It’s been a while since the last Tunesday, this time there are free tracks from Hudson Mohawke, Daedelus, Krystal Klear and Pixelord to discover.

RBMA presents Brainfeeder London

To kick-off their quarterly events, fabric and the Red Bull Music Academy present the second Brainfeeder London event taking place on March 10, 2010.

Daedelus – Righteous Fists of Harmony

There is a new album from Daedelus coming out on Brainfeeder in late March. Here is a nice promo video featuring the song “Fin de Siècle”.

Weekly Bits 32/2009

Freeloads from Domu, Hyperdub‘s 5th anniversary compilation, mixes from Daedelus and Bullion. This and more after the click!

L.A. Dope

British photographer Shaun Bloodworth spent some time in L.A. to document some of the city’s leading beatmakers, including Flying Lotus, Ras G, Gaslamp Killer and more.