Fallin’ a bit behind on the posts, but got some time today… so let the updates begin :)
Almost the end of August, which means I can still sneak a post in. Bit late on this one, but heres the Aug top 5. Been pretty rainy here lately in Korea, so going with a bit more melancholy this time.
Nice deep vibe on this one from Montreal.
From his new “El Spirito” EP. Crisp percussion and good eye to detail.
Dreamy piece by the German ambient master. Recent interview here
Micro detailed minimal piece from the Germans latest EP.
Not sure what is better the tune or the video? hmm how about both.
dooooope album from stones throw. Showcasing the “whos who” of underground hip hop.
some more fresh hip hop, this time from Seoul. Played a show with these guys a couple months ago, real chill. Loose, soulful, smoked out beats.
haha “you a hoochie”
deep 170bpm business. beautiful.
on a hip hop tip this month… bringin’ it back to 94, the days of the blockparty.
Loving these guys productions. laser sharp percussion and a fat droning kick keeps this tune rolling along. Some distortion and white noise in all the right places and you’ve got a stripped back beauty of a tune.
Grammy nominated, Chicago producer Stunna teams up with Dfunk to bring out the soul vibes.
The edgy drums and the jumpy synth give a real rapid-fire vibe on this one. This one hits real hard.
Maya Jane Coles under her dubstep guise (nocturnal sunshine) joins the legendary “DJ kicks” imprint to release this seductive, low frequency roller. Drawing on her British and Japanese heritage, Coles unique sound has garnered her fans across the electronic music spectrum.
Looking at the names behind the track should give an idea of the quality. A depth achieved by few producers and nested with emotion.. but what did you expect when Burial and Four Tet team up?