Mr Carmack aka Aaron Carmack is a Hawaii-based producer blurring the distinction between Hip Hop and Dance Music in a progressive way that has even the most seasoned producers scratching their heads. His current rise to fame started with the self-released Bang, Vol 3 followed
The loop gawd, Knx, returns with his 5th release this year, this time with an LP so our ears get to spend more time with him!
It’s TNGHT! What more can we say…
Finding Incandescence is the new full-length from genre-hopper B.Lewis, a San Francisco-based producer who’s tackled everything from Brainfeeder-y slappers to sample-focused boom-bap. And on here, he’s adding a strong dose of soul to the mix, thanks in part to the use of his own vocals
If at this point you still don’t know about the M|O|D Crew, you have obviously been living under a rock, but something that some of you may not know is just how eclectic these cats are. C.Z. (a rapid up-and comer in the crew) has
Finally the wait is over… With the worldwide success of our Soulection Compilation Volume One which featured some of the most promising producers of our generation two years ago in January 2011, it was essential to create volume two. It’s amazing to reflect on our
James Blake just turned the internet over by leaking not one but two tracks from the upcoming Overgrown LP on his tumblr–and least one is the collaboration which created the most anticipation when the album’s tracklist was released recently. That would be “Take A Fall
Because the internet is such a big place, we have come up with the Slept On series which will be chronicling music/ producers that we’ve come across, listen to and enjoy, that may have not been featured at the time of the their albums being
So Soulection’s “Time In Between” drops tomorrow (April 5th), and we thought we’d just get you as excited as we are with this preview. Running up to the release date, Soulection have dropped 3 singles off the album, Sivey’s Cause and Effect, Sango’s On My
The massive new Nomads from Flosstradamus and DJ Sliink is out today on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else fine digital music is sold. Featuring the supergroup’s assquake inducing “CROWD CTRL” and “Test Me,” as well as an equally devastating “Test Me” remix from the one
Mirror Maru Remix EP is a collaboration with french label Ed Banger : both labels chose 2 remixers and the vinyl release was carried out by Ed Banger in collaboration with Pelican Fly. Here’s a taste…
From its opening notes ‘You, Me, Temporary’ announces itself as music from the soul reaching for the soul. The album recounts a modern day love story through the musical eyes of its protagonist, Sweatson Klank. It’s a story of love in the fast lane that
Monk’ delves into the intoxicating sphere of electronics, which has recently culminated into the Truman Shuzz EP. This talented Parisian continues the West Coast tradition that we have grown to be very fond of, uniquely channelling atmospheric boogie-synths and swingin’ rhythmic beats, resulting in a
House Shoes puts in some serious curation work with his latest project. This morn he released “Dreams – B.I.G. Re:Imagined”, 13 Biggie tracks remixed by Shoes, Nottz, Waajeed, Knx, NAMELESS, 14KT, P.U.D.G.E., Quelle Chris, Khrysis, Chanes, and Brenk Sinatra.
Slow/fast specialist Om Unit locks studio horns with Sam (Bao)Binga on four bouncing bombs for Exit. This meeting of minds seems to galvanise both producer’s tastes for more rugged sounds. Whilst starting out more melodic on the crooked hyper-boogie of ‘Small Victories’, it’s time for