Our favourite UK music magazine has unleashed its tenth issue this week. And Shook #10 focuses on the all things Great Britain, with articles on Bristol’s Wild Bunch soundsystem (Massive Attack!), former pirate radio Kiss FM, and features on various labels from the UK.
If you like what you see and want to support those who spread the word on good music, ask your local record dealer or order your copy directly from the SHOOK store.
A real big name is featured on the all new podcast from FACT Magazine. The new mix was put together by the guys of Autechre, who will also be releasing a new album this March.
With Valentines Day coming up soon, the latest podcast from Stones Throw is all about love. It features 10 music of Peanut Butter Wolf, J.Rocc, Dam-Funk, Mayer Hawthorne and James Pants, you can get it here.
Tim Sweeney had DFA-signed duo Holy Ghost! in the Beats in Space studio last week. Fans of New York disco and house sounds need to download this hour-long mix.
It was quite some time ago, when I featured Sam Irl‘s dubstep mixtape. He is now back with a new one, this time a selection of deep house music.
Austrian duo Ritornell is usually know for their calm soundscapes, but on their latest mix you get to hear straight beats ranging from house to minimal.
Also new on Percussion Lab are these mixes from Untold and Dak.
Bullion has uploaded his recent guestmix for Benji B to Mixcloud. And from Manchester’s Illum Sphere comes the all new Shook podcast.
Fourth issue of SHOOK Magazine is out already! Their latest magazine features reviews of the new Q-Tip, the Kaidi Tatham album, they got a special on sound systems, Manchester before its Hacienda days, coverage of the London Jazz Festival and lots more.
SHOOK Volume 4 (and all previous issues) can be purchased directly from them or you can grab a copy at several record stores, including online shops. Not sure yet? Let’s have a peek (PDF).