Weekend Mixtapes #47

New York’s FaltyDL is about to release his second album on Ninja Tune in less than a month. As always, this goes hand in hand with a promo mixtape like the one above.

Detroit’s Kyle Hall last record came out on Hyperdub, but his 30-minute long Wavey Baby mix was probably made just for fun.


This week’s Solid Steel show has two exciting guest mixers, the first half was put together by one of my favourite producers last year, Keysound’s Logos. It almost feels like Cologne’s Damiano von Erckert puts out mixes on a weekly basis, and so the second half of the show belongs to him.

Let’s end this week’s selection with two mixes broadcasted on LA’s Dublab radio. Tom Chasteen put together an hour long Scientist Tribute Mix, and John Tejada plays a special live hardware set.

Weekend Mixtapes #41

I started this post on November 21st, but never got around to publish it. It has grown in numbers of mixes since then and just would like to get this out quickly, before I forget (or the mixes go offline!)

-Welcome to the Room #38 /w Funkineven
-Congenial Blue Mix by Larry Gus
-Spectral Sounds Vol. 003 by Lay Far
-Vondelife by Vondelpark
-Our World by Nicolas Jaar (a tribute to John Lennon)
-The Trilogy Tapes on NTS Live 12.12.13
-The Do!! You!!! Breakfast Show /w Floating Points
-Hessle Audio Best of 2013 part 1 (direct link!)

Also, let’s not forget our last podcast, available for stream and download!

Volume 18 – mixed by biblo

It’s been a while since our last podcast, but the connection between this and the previous one are tighter than the 9 months gap might suggest. We stay in Turkey and we’re happy to have another female guestmixer: Istanbul-based producer, DJ and radio programmer biblo.

Having been in love with music for as long as she remembers, biblo started playing in several bands before turning towards solo production. Now in her seventh year as biblo, she can look back at a RBMA participation and three albums released on several labels. I first stumbled across her music through Brazilian producer Pazes, before picking up her last record Moved–a record that gets better the more it wears out, as the crackles are a complement to her eerie sounds.

A new album is set for a release in early 2014, followed by several remixes for befriended producers, and–hopefully—a collaborative album with ambient producer Wolf Maps.

Asked about her podcast, biblo calls it an “organically evolving mix which can be listened and enjoyed while working, sleeping, travelling, reading, mourning and making love. For all those quiet but condensed, focused moments in life.”

Download | Subscribe (iTunes)01. John Coltrane – Psalm
02. Slow Walkers – Precession
03. Ricardo Donoso – Reflection & Rotation
04. Roll the Dice – Calling All Workers
05. Oneohtrix Point Never – He She
06. [ B O L T ] – Song 2 (biblo Remix)
07. Huerco S – ‘Iińzhiid
08. JK Flesh / Prurient – I Understand You
09. Jefre Cantu-Ledesma – Roam the Milky Way (feat. Ekin Fil)
10. Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom – Rise
11. Roly Porter – Giant
12. Pyramids/Horseback – A Throne Without a King pt. 2

You can find biblo in all corners of her internet, I’d start by checking out her SoundCloud and Bandcamp profiles, needless to say she also has a Facebook page. You can tune into her radio show every Sunday on 12.00 EEST (GMT+2) or listen to previous shows on Mixcloud. And lastly: If you enjoyed the mix above, make sure to check out her contributions for RBMA Radio as well!

FACT Mix by Mark Pritchard

We have mentioned several mixtape with an early jungle vibe in our last Weekend Mixtapes, now extraordinary producer Mark Pritchard makes his own addition by looking back at his influences from the early nineties.

01. Public Enemy – Countdown To Armageddon
02. Hijack – Hold No Hostage
03. Silver Bullet – 20 Seconds To Comply
04. Hardnoise – Untitled
05. Think Tank – Hack One
06. Success N Effect – Bass Kickin’ Beats – (Lukeedit)
07. Frankie Bones – Janets Revenge
08. DJ Mink – Can U Relate
09. Renegade Soundwave – Phantom
10. Unique 3 – The Theme
11. Yage – Coda Coma
12. Underkut – Both Ends
13. 4 Hero – Mr Kirks Nightmare
14. 2 Kilo’s – Mohamed’s Mind
15. Genaside 2 – Death of The Kamikazee
16. Pal Joey – Dance Beats
17. Ital Rockers – Ital’s Anthem (Trebledown-Bassup Mix)
18. Shut Up And Dance – 18″ Speaker
19. Meat Beat Manifesto – Radio Babylon
20. Reel 2 Reel – We Are Ie
21. Nightmares on Wax – Aftermath
22. JC001 & Dj D Zire – Favourite Breaks
23. SL2 – Dj Take Control
24. Ragga Twins – Spliff Head
25. Break the Limits – Paranoise
26. Shut up and Dance – The Green Man
27. The Last Emperor Soundtrack – Rain – Mark Pritchard Reedit (Excerpt)
28- Satin Storm – Satin Storm 1999
29- The House Crew – Keep the Fire Burning
30- Nicolette – The Dove Song
31. Masters At Work – Justa Lil Dope

Once your download is finished, FACT’s recent interview with Mr. Pritchard and this rundown on some of his best productions should be your next stops.

October 29, 2013 Part two is now also available, adding another 25 tracks from 1991-92!

Resident Advisor Podcast by Machinedrum

I don’t recall when we last highlighted a mix from Resident Advisor‘s podcast series, but the latest from Machinedrum is a worthy one. Tracks old and new from the man himself, including his previously mentioned FSOL remix. Recommended listen!01. Machinedrum – Rise N Fall
02. Machinedrum – The Palace
03. Machinedrum – Show Ur Love
04. Future Sound of London – Ill Flower (Machinedrum Remix)
05. Machinedrum – Knowfuture
06. Skeptical – Eyes Down
07. Om Unit – Deep Sea Pyramid
08. System – Sound Man
09. Tek 9 – Spring
10. Rob & Goldie – Shadow
11. Dwarde – Algid
12. Tessela – Hackney Parrot (Sam Binga Crackney Parrot Refix)
13. Ital Tek – BB
14. Jon Convex – With You (Kid Drama’s Autonomic Mix)
15. Instra:mental & dBridge – White Snares
16. Naibu – Just Like You (Fracture’s Astrophonica Remix)
17. AMIT – Human Warfare (Machinedrum Remix)
18. FIS – Love Drama Stress (Machinedrum Edit)
19. Machinedrum – Overtime

As always, make sure to download the mix before reading the interview.

Mixtape Monday #32

Just a quick fix of mixtapes I enjoyed over the last couple of weeks.

Following Prefuse73’s XLR8R podcast, he and his Sons of the Morning-partner Teebs put together another one for Self-Titled magazine.

When I’m not listening to the Hessle Audio radio show on Rinse.fm, I’m more than happy to track down other mixes by Ben UFO and company. The Essential Mix is still a big deal and—annoying as Pete Tong’s flat introductions are—you might want to grab this new one featuring Ben.

Safe House USA added the fourth edition of their Stay the Night series and it’s been nicely put together by Night Slug’s Girl Unit. Meanwhile, Fantastic Mr Fox did that for oki-ni.

If you heard that new track by Burial and Four Tet, you might want to download the Rinse show were the rip is taken from.

With all the hype about yet-another Grand Theft Auto, I’m sure you listened to Flylo FM already. Otherwise, here you go!

And lastly, I’d like to sneak my revised version of last year’s Colectivo Futuro podcast. Music for autumn!

Weekend Mixtapes #39

It’s been a good week (and month) for mixtapes, shall we start with our selection for the weekend?

Ben UFO’s and Pearson Sound’s show on Rinse FM is one of the few I make an effort to listen to on a regular basis. While I recommend tuning in every Thursday, let me highlight the show from August 8th (might go offline soon!)

To keep the uptempo vibes, check out another Boiler Room session from Nutriot Podcast contributor Gerry Read, who is about to release another of those fine 12-inches on Fourth Wave.

Following releases on Rush Hour and the Actress-operated Werkdiscs, check out Moiré‘s most excellent FACT mix from earlier this week.

Our Twitter followers might have noticed us going all crazy about the last Mr Beatnick radio show on NTS Live. He himself called it his best show all year, so make sure to take a good listen!

Los Angeles’ Julia Holter released her debut on Domino Records this week. On that occasion, she was asked to put to a very special mix called People Dreaming In Church.

And lastly, don’t sleep on Alexander Nut‘s show from last Saturday (PS: he’ll be live in about an hour or 12.00 GMT)

Marcos Valle in the Brownswood Basement

Marcos Valle in the Brownswood Basement

You probably remember this video of Marcos Valle playing live in the Brownswood Basement, Gilles Peterson‘s own treasure chamber. That wasn’t all of it, as a 2-hour podcast with Marcos in conversation has been revealed today!

Intro medley:

Marcos Valle – Ele e Ela
Marcos Valle – On Line
Marcos Valle – Batucada Surgiu
Marcos Valle – Batucada (Batucada Surgin)
Marcos Valle – Estrela
Marcos Valle – Que Bandeira
Marcos Valle – Wanda Vidal
Marcos Valle – Mentira
Marcos Valle – Samba de Verao
Marcos Valle – Crickets Sing For Anamaria

Marcos Valle – E Vem O Sol
Marcos Valle – Vem
Luiz Gonzaga – Sertanejo do Norte
Marcos Valle – Sonho de Maria
Tamba Trio – Sonho de Maria
Luiz Eca – O Homem Entre o Mar e a Terra
Marcos Valle – She Told Me, She Told Me
Joao Gilberto & Stan Getz – Vivo Sonhando
Antonio Carlos Jobim – Matita Perê
Sarah Vaughan – Something
Elis Regina – Preciso Aprender a Ser So
Marcos Valle – Democústico
Chicago – Life It What It Is
Leon Ware – Rockin’ You Eternally
Marcos Valle – A Vantage de Rever Voce (Rockin’ You)
Marcos Valle – Estrela
Marcos Valle – Crickets Sing For Anamaria
Marcos Valle – Freio Aerodinamico
Jay-Z – Thankyou

You can stream or download the entire session over on the Worldwide website.

BRC.02 – Two Hungry Ghosts

The BlogRollCall is a new series in which we close ranks with other blogs we like. When we started this site, it was common practice to feature like-minded blogs in what is known as a blogroll or to link back to content found there. This sense of community is disappearing more and more these days, as blogs become trademarks of their own, competing with one another for their readership. We don’t like that development, we think it’s bullshit to cannibalize one another when the main goal should be promoting good music – not ego!

Part two in this series comes from anonymous UK duo Two Hungry Ghosts, notorious for their online bootlegs, cassette mixtapes and their love for the visual underground cultures.

Press play and read on below for the interview!
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Subscribe (iTunes)01. X Minus 4 Minutes (Intro)
02. Men at Amps – Blaq Cougar
03. Erick Sermon featuring Redman – Freak Out
04. Jeru The Damaja – Physical Stamina
05. The Crooklyn Dodgers – Return Of The Crooklyn Dodgers (Vocal)
06. The Crooklyn Dodgers – Return Of The Crooklyn Dodgers (Instrumental)
07. The Names JJ (Skit)
08. Canibus featuring Rakim – I’ll Buss ‘Em U Punish ‘Em (Remix)
09. Marco Polo featuring Lil Fame Of M.O.P – Fame For President
10. Dennis Farnon – South Bound
11. Ambush (Skit)
12. Ramsey Lewis – Ode
13. Ennio Morricone – Requiem Per Un Operaio
14. I Tell You I Saw Them (Skit)
15. Goblin – Blind Concert (Edit)
16. Babylon (Skit)
17. Ayala – Lull
18. Lee Scratch Perry – Upsetting Dub
19. Boska – Pictures (Edit)
20. Zomby – Florence
21. Tek9 – Pushing Back (Remix)
22. Nas & Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley – As We Enter (Edit)
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Who’s behind Two Hungry Ghosts and what was the motivation to start a blog?
The motivation behind the blog is to support a diverse range of artists and DJs in gaining more exposure and helping them attract a new audience. The site is for all those people that have contributed tracks, mixes or artwork since we began in 2011. When we moved over to Blogspot earlier this year we decided to delete a lot of the old posts and focus purely on exclusive downloads and streams. We could of quite easily changed the name at that time to “The Army of Ghosts” as there are so many people contributing content to the site now. Different heads but with the same goal.

The way the posts are designed is with a huge emphasis on the track/mix alongside original artwork. Minimal words with the musical content delivering the impact afterall its about the artists and their creations, not us.

What do you usually write about and can you highlight some of your features?
Posts are normally quite short with the actual song/mix being the main emphasis. We are lucky enough to be able to post free downloads and exclusive streams from artists around the world in a variety of different styles. We have put this little set together for you and your readers to have a better understanding of what the site is about.

The site changed alot with the switch to Blogspot. We may post less now but the quality control is much higher so its centered around quality rather than quantity. We have also been busy recently working on a range of different projects for the site and are aiming to put out our first Beat Tape entitled “Holy Ghost Power”. Its based around a series of one minute loops and skits inspired by the work of Mattic and Frayker. We put a lot of work into everything we do for the blog and hopefully that shows in the posts.

[As for the feature,] the Timeline LP that features an unreleased song from Manix (Marc Mac of 4hero), it’s a compilation of twenty tracks that demonstrate how drum and bass changed during the 90’s. The love and support from that created the Remix EP of which we are very proud and thankful to the artists who participated, the Gremlinz remix probably being one of the best things we have put out.

We now post in three different catergories: Timeline: retro 90’s inspired DnB. Digital Sevens: funk, hip hop and jazz – and the Subway Series: house, electronica and techno.

Further to this we do mixes for Samurai FM and have an image archive over on our Tumblr. We are also working towards a monthly stream over on our Mixlr. More details on that to follow.

Can you recommend us any blogs you’re reading?
Being honest, not many. There are some that are doing a great job of writing about their chosen genre or helping to expose new music, art or film but reading other peoples opinions or seeing what is currently considered cool isn’t really what the site is about.

Personally we would much rather stick on Rinse, Jungletrain, a Soundcloud stream or watch a Boiler Room set whilst going through images on Tumblr than actually read blogs.

It goes without saying that Colectivo Futuro, King Friday, Fraykers Revenge and [censored] all get checked but your readers probably already know about them so if you check anyone new as a result of reading this it should be Mattic, Frayker, Infest, Double O, Code, Scape, Omni Music and the rest of the growing Army Of Ghosts.

And lastly, can you tell us a bit about the mix you put together for us?
Its really a homage to the radio shows and mixtapes of the 1990’s. Having access to Kiss FM and European radio shows streaming via satellite TV in the UK there was always an open door to brand new underground music from around the world long before the internet and Podcasts. Kiss shows like the legendary Solid Steel and Paul

Thomas’ “Chill Out Zone” as well as the Jazzanova and Pressure Drop shows on Sputnik delivered an eclectic mix of new and cutting edge music each week.

Labels like Mo Wax and Ninja also focused on putting out a wide range of music at that time which still sound as good today as they did in the 90’s and the blog shares that same desire to support great timeless music from a variery of genres.

The mix covers everything from classic hip hop, funk and jazz breaks, dub to drum and bass all squeezed into a single side of a faux C90.
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Apart from their website, you can find the Two Hungry Ghosts on Twitter, SoundCloud or Tumblr.

Weekend Mixtapes #36

Digger’s Digest out of Paris made a great french jazz mix for the Jazz Meet Radio Show by Nik Weston, pure vibes. I definitely need more of this in my life.

Similar to this, Gilles Peterson made a mix of his favourite british jazz funk records for Ninja Tune’s Solid Steel Radio. Still not enough of Mr. Peterson, you could listen to Majestic Mood’s new Groove Merchants radio show which has a nice little interview with him.

Cologne’s Damiano von Erckert did the latest mix for Radio Juicy. Playing Sun Ra next to Omar S is always appreciated.

And in case you missed it -which would be hard to believe- FunkinEven did this week’s mix for Resident Advisor. Proper house music with some nice exclusives.

Tetsuo throws in two more mixes, Bullion‘s latest on the Boiler Room mix and James Murphy playing at the DFA 12th anniversary party.

Have a great weekend!

FACT Mix by Mr Beatnick

Sunday afternoon, slept too long, way too long. Sunshine, a cup of coffee and Mr Beatnick‘s FACT Mix are all it takes to jump start into the day. No headaches, no bad feelings. It’s all good. If you haven’t heard this one yet (and it’s been out for a week already), I must recommend doing so. Great selection of music, great vibes.

01. Typesun – Last Home (Dj Nature Remix)
02. UMOD – Unreleased beat
03. Kelpe – Answered
04. Mr Beatnick – Symbiosis
05. About Group – You’re No Good (Theo Parrish Remix feat. Andrew Ashong)
06. Pepe Bradock – Lifting weights
07. James Blonde & Oliver Deutschmann – Milanese (Quarion’s Sicilia Profonda Remix)
08. Levon Vincent – ???
09. Walt J – Nite Gruv
10. Tinman – Tip The Acid
11. John Heckle – Life On Titan
12. Marcelus – Enlightenment
13. The Reflektor (aka Gifted & Blessed) – Chicken Itza
14. JTC – Gallup
15. Actress – Holy Water
16. Barker & Baumecker – Nobody (Machinedrum Remix)
17. Kingdom – Stalker Ha
18. Mr Beatnick – Parallax Scroll
19. Samoyed – Sloe Eyes

Here’s a link to the original article and another for the download.

Weekend Mixtapes #35

We’ll keep it short this week, because basically we think that you can’t ask for much more when Resident Advisor puts out a podcast mixed by Kyle Hall and XLR8R responds with someone like Omar-S. Well, we secretly hoped that a third party, say FACT Magazine, would jump in with another from Theo Parrish, but of course that didn’t happen (they have L-Vis 1990 this week!) Anyway, the before-mentioned third generation of Detroit producers also have new releases in store: Kyle Hall’s debut album The Boat Party and Omar-S’ Thank you for Letting Me be Myself.

Since we mentioned them on our Twitter stream earlier this week, let us also notify you about the new Beats in Space guestmix by Four Tet and Bibio’s podcast for The Fader.

All good, see you next time!

Hyp 128: Andrew Ashong

South Londoner and frequent Theo Parrish collaborator Andrew Ashong put together his first ever mixtape for the fine people at Hyponik.01. Tom Zé – Complexo de Épico
02. Jack Bonus – Ah Que Lyn
03. Mataya Clifford – Things are Going My Way
04. Monomono – Plain Fighting
05. Gramacks International – Reassembler
06. Bobby Smith – A New Day Dawning
07. Mandrill – Bro Weevil and the Swallow
08. Jon Lucien – Luella
09. Moacir Santos – What’s my Name
10. David Sanborn Band – Promise Me the Moon
11. Devadip Oneness – Free as the Morning Sun
12. Flight – Inca Innuendo
13. Karma – Kwanzaa
14. The Charlie Rouse band – Waiting on the Corner
15. Bill Summers – Brazilian Skies
16. Jackie and Roy – Don’t be Blue
17. Os Mutantes – Bat Macumba

Read about Andrew’s selection here and download the mix there.

Weekend Mixtapes #34

French ClekClekBoom put out their 36th Boomcast, featuring a guestmix from Hyperdub‘s very own Kode9 and Scratcha DVA.

Mixmag’s latest mix of the week comes from Detroit’s Rick Wade, expect an hour full of house music.

My personal favourite in this week’s selection is Linkwood‘s contribution of “random b-sides and weirdnesss” to the podcast series by their label Firecracker.

And lastly, Hyponik remind us of a producer’s name that might have slipped off your radar: Nubian Mindz

BRC.01 – Colectivo Futuro

The BlogRollCall is a new series in which we close ranks with other blogs we like. When we started this site, it was common practice to feature like-minded blogs in what is known as a blogroll or to link back to content found there. This sense of community is disappearing more and more these days, as blogs become trademarks of their own, competing with one another for their readership. We don’t like that development, we think it’s bullshit to cannibalize one another when the main goal should be promoting good music – not ego!

So today we kick off BlogRollCall with our good friends Colectivo Futuro, with whom we collaborated before when we asked them to pick their favourite record covers. Miguel was so kind to put together a mixtape and we also talked about what the collective is all about.
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Who’s behind Colectivo Futuro and what was the motivation to start a blog?
The initial concept came in 2005 or so when I was in college and we were looking for a name to start some parties with. We came up with Future Collective then. We booked Stacey Pullen, Derrick May, Bryan Zentz, and Juan Atkins in a span of a year, this was back in Miami. I then left the US and came to Europe and was trying to figure out what to do with the name. By the time I decided a blog was the right thing I changed the name to spanish and started writing about music, some design, illustration, art in general. This was about 2009 when the writing got more constant. Nowadays there’s about 5 or 6 people fully involved in everything we are doing. Brunella (my wife) does anything related to the graphic design of our blog, our events, and our branding. Arash is kind of our street guy, doing a lot of the dirty work here in London, he’s also our photo editor. Oliver who’s one of our DJs and our music editor. Vittorio who just came on to write about art and other topics. And finally Harold who’s still back in Miami and who gives a lot of insight on fashion, specifically menswear and that sort of stuff. So the team has been growing in the past year or so and we’ve done a lot of stuff both online and out in the streets since we moved to London.

What do you usually write about…
We want a platform where we can share things that inspire us. Whether it’s music, photography, design, architecture, fashion. It’s basically a collection of things or people we appreciate for what they represent.

…and can you highlight some of your features?
Definitely our Kristina Records one because it’s the first editorial feature we’ve done where we’ve gone out and created all of the content. We went to the shop and took some photos, spoke to the owners and got the interview done. So it’s our first end to end editorial post and is exactly the direction where we want to move towards. All of our colectivo futurist posts I’m quite proud of as well because it was one of the first series of features we started doing where we interview a different graphic artist each month and gives us a space to share the works of some amazin creatives from around the world. We’ve done everything from graphic design studios, industrial designers, photographers, and one of our next ones should be a fashion brand which would be our first. Finally, there was a post I wrote about the architecture studio MVRDV out of Rotterdam which I really enjoyed doing and definitely would like to do more of.

Can you recommend us any blogs you’re reading?
Visual Melt is the blog of Leif Podhajsky who’s a graphic artist living in London. His blog totally represents his own art but kind of expands on it. It’s really well curated and they write about anything including music. It’s very coherent and visually stunning.

Suppaduppa this is a Brazilian blog, which I can’t even remember how I stumbled upon. They write about music mainly and some other lifestyle related content. We actually did a colectivo futurist feature with Bruna Canepa who’s an architecture student and is part of the collective behind this blog. I love finding blogs from other countries and checking out what they are writing about.

The New Graphic is a blog curated by Michael Cina, one of my favorite contemporary graphic designers and artists. He does a lot of the covers and other design work for Ghostly International. It’s just a great place to read about interesting new and old graphic design and other related content. From what I can tell Michael is also an avid music and record collector. So they write a lot of music related posts from a graphic design standpoint and I really enjoy that.

And lastly, can you tell us a bit about the mix you put together for us?
Initially I wanted to do a mix with only music from last year to kind of round up CFs favorite music from 2012. But then I ended up doing something completely different as it usually happens. I’ve been listening to a lot of hip hop lately and particularly have been enjoying a lot of what’s coming out of NY where a lot of young rappers and crews are sort of taking a fresh approach towards that boom bap sound. People like Joey Bada$$, The Underachievers, Pro Era, etc. So I wanted to do a mix that included some of their stuff, which is often quite jazzy and surrounded that with some other jazzy stuff from BBNG, Madlib, Darryl Reeves, and Chris Dave. We love all kinds of music at Colectivo Futuro so it’s hard to include everything in one mix; so in the end I just went with a gut feeling of music I’m personally digging at the moment.

Subscribe (iTunes)01. Jeremih – F@$k U All The Time
02. Juj – Gradsmoke
03. Chris Dave & The Drumhedz – Cosmic Slop
04. Darryl Reeves – Donut Man
05. Pro Era – Last Cypher
06. MF Doom – Doomsday (instrumental)
07. BadBadNotGood – The World Is Yours
08. Triosk meets Jan Jelinek – Munmorah aka The Hell You Say
09. Joey Bada$$ – Suspect
10. Flying Lotus – Getting There
11. Teebs feat. Austin Peralta – Lsp
12. The Roots – Eve
13. Jahari Massamba Unit – Wonderin’
14. Kendrick Lamar feat. Ab-soul – Ab Soul’s Outro
15. Cosmic Compositions – Ann Arbor / Pharoah’s Dance
16. Cuthead feat. Elektrohan – Karma Vision
17. The Underachievers – Land Of Lords
18. Lukid – Veto
19. Hodgy Beats – Malaya
20. Swede:art – Snapshots On A Sunday Night
21. V – Untitled Xi
22. Karriem Riggins – Summer Maddness S.A.
23. Rawdee – I’m Sorry Interlude
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Apart from their website, you can find Colectivo Futuro on Twitter, Facebook or Tumblr.