I’m not the biggest Boiler Room fan, most sets are average in my opinion. This is a really nice set from Ge-ology though.
Another great track by BBNG, not available on the new album IV
This album was scheduled to be released on BBE Music but I guess it was a classic case of wrong place, wrong time… BBE Music went through some major changes right at that time and so my album fell through the cracks. I started working on the album after I left the band I was playing with. I wanted to do something different, not a typical Hip Hop beat tape style album… The album features Miles Bonny on the opener called Alignment and Darcrobat, also know as the singer of Hal Flavin, on Venture.
Update: The video is back online here:
Update: So much for artistic freedom, or freedom in general…
The Avalanches’ long awaited second album is called Wildflower, another sample-heavy cut up album released a few days ago.
The World Of Wildflower is a collaboration between The Avalanches and the art collective Soda Jerk. The video splices together classic films, using a visual sampling technique in line with The Avalanches’ musical production approach.
Staying with Cut Chemist, here’s the re-release of Lesson 6: The Lecture. Remastered from the original session multi-tracks with all elements intact. Also included is Lesson 6: Instrumental (DIY Version), minus the cuts and dialogue plus Lesson 6: The Sketch, a raw and sometimes crude, unedited 15-minute practice tape that became the blueprint for this monumental lesson.
Now available on Bandcamp
Cut Chemist’s outtakes sound better than your whole album…
“This is the demo version of the song Storm featuring Edan and Mr. Lif.
In the 11th hour of making The Audience’s Listening, I swapped the music out from this funky break beat to a psychedelic post punk drum machine. At the time I was looking to reinvent myself and I saw this as the perfect opportunity to do so. I couldn’t be happier with how the final product turned out. It’s fun to go back and listen to what Edan and Lif actually recorded their verses to. This is more of a “classic” Cut Chemist production that one might recognize from the late 90s/early 2000s.” – Cut Chemist
La Ola is the second single from San Lazaro’s La Despedida Album. A bouncing piece of psychedelic garage cumbia featuring twangy guitars, down the well echo vocals and bumping oompah bass.
Heavily influenced by the Chicha sound of 1970s Peru and the classic cumbias of Colombia’s Discos Fuentes label, La Ola is the tale of a fickle love that comes and goes like the tides and the waves.
Digital cumbia has become one of the great dance music movements of the 21st century. La Ola goes back in time to the genre’s roots and connects them to the future. San Lazaro’s La Despedida album is available on 22nd of July.
New music by Omar. I Want It To Be is taken from the new album called Love In Beats, to be released on Freestyle Records soon
DJ Shadow showing everybody how it’s done. The Mountain Will Fall sounds not too bad either…
This album represents a celebration of the life, music and cultural impact of Stevie Wonder. Featuring stunning cover versions you may well have never heard before alongside songs many of us had no idea he’d written, DJ Spinna’s vast knowledge of and boundless enthusiasm for Stevie’s music shines with every selection. As both a super-fan and a close friend, surely there is nobody better placed to compile this wonderful document of Stevie Wonder’s music, inspiration and influence.
From 1963 to 2014: ‘Peace Chant – raw deep and spiritual jazz’ exhibits 51 years of music. A well matched anthology with sounds to dive into, hard rhythms to dance to and vocals to meditate on.
The Tramp Records crew have compiled eight incredible tracks for Peace Chant Vol.1, with some tunes you may have never heard before unless you own one of the rare original records. Peace Chant is being released on two separate LPs (and one combined CD).
Kylie Auldist’s unmistakable voice is currently topping the charts worldwide, as Kungs’ dance remix of Cookin’ On 3 Burners’ This Girl has proven a huge international hit.
For her first solo release on Freestyle, Kylie, assisted by long time friends & collaborators Lance Ferguson (The Bamboos / Lanu / CO3B / Black Feeling) and Graeme Pogson (of Aussie electronic duo GL) have honed and perfected a collection of amazing new boogie, disco & electro-funk inspired tracks that evoke the feel and sound of late 70s & early 80s club classics.
Kylie Auldist’s new album, Family Tree, will be out on Freestyle Records very soon.
Kylie Auldist – Waste of Time will be released on July 8.
Omar has found his own lane, and it sounds amazing.
After a career spanning 32 years, what more can be said about Omar that hasn’t been said before? Following on from 2013’s album The Man, 2016 will see the release of his new long player Love In Beats. As a teaser for that, Freestyle Records are proud to present this brand new 4 track EP, I Want It To Be.
Omar – I Want It To Be will be available 8 July 2016.