Aha, mad clever. Neither Weezy nor, Mac Miller reside in my top 20 rappers. This fact in tact, ‘Cold Feet‘ is still my favourite Mac Miller track do date. As high quality as his videos are they never managed to sell the music as good. The productions he’s managed to get on top of are good enough to confuse people into thinking it’s good rap somehow.. Not that a good remix hasn’t come as a result of the guy, or that I’ve even never enjoyed a couple of his musics. But for the most part, it’s poop in a hand. Take this dgmashup for example, an acapella, from another song, had better placement on the beat..
Now if you’re anything like me, Pretty Lights’s most recent album A Color Map of the Sun struck you as an instant classic. Thirteen soulful tracks of vinyl-pressed gold that I played on repeat, at best during times when I had the chance to listen to it from beginning to the end (I recommend jamming to it on the Sea to Sky Highway if you’re headed that way anytime soon). Pretty Lights has been making good music for a long time, but everything since A Color Map has just solidifed his synth-ridden style as unique and completely his own. I was lucky enough to catch him live at Squamish Valley last year on my birthday and he definitely did not disappoint!
Fans, the Odesza remix of this tune is definitely also worth listening to .
Maybe it’s just and avid soundcloud user thing but I’m pumped to see Husky get remixed and get an upload a ways away from Nu Bytes, his label. Sutton Coldfield, Britain’s Diverse aka 19 year old John Edgley on the remix for Filthy Fortune Records.
So, today was big.. Can’t help but think RL Grime was the mastermind in the drop haha. Dudes involved in a good half of the big singles in Trap, love it. It’s a free for an email thing :: www.rl-wsn.com And big shouts to whoever brought in the “tell me” clip.
It’s amazing how welcoming poolside sounds are when you wake up in the morning and walk out into a minus 33 winter.. Never heard of either or these artists to date, and maybe it’s just good climate longing, but it’s totes funky. Danglo is giving it up for free if you like Alpines Facebook page.
Back in the day this dude was all over the electro game, might have even first heard of him via Disco Dust. Had some killer remixes back then. More recently however (still kills it) his ‘After Dark’ EP, which is two packed tracks of teeth gritting party noize, real throwback status ishh, is out as of the 4th via Germanys Freakz Me Out Records. Ch-ch-check it.
Brand new pounding techno from Vancouver. EDR001 by EDR founder Jay Zoney makes it’s way into the world today, the EP is available for purchase on Beatport. Three remixes accompany the original by Black Asteroid, Freaky Chakra & Plane Shifter. All in a similar, BPM, and pounding techno fashion.
Lisa Deluxe may just be within Vancouver’s top 10 list of most active jockeys of the discs. Her taste n’ style consists of high energy tracks that bump n’ grind, and sets that include 90′s Hip Hop to some degree near all times. Follow her socials to keep up with her gigging.
Homebreakin’s freindly Neighbor has taken to weekly releases via his soundcloud. Weekly giveaways is what they’re being dubbed. This week’s is a funky fresh French House thumper. About six minutes of classy.
Neighbor – Soundcloud
Like, Mr. Oizo is in his own category of Electronica. Not just because of the age group he belongs to, but also very much because of the standard he set for offbeat productions with Flat Beat. Not to mention whenever a single remixes surfaces from the bearded of bearded Frenchman I think of his and all the other R.A.G.E. ‘Killing In The Name Of’ remixes that came about during an early to mid two thousand Coachella.
Kaytranada’s mass appeal had not dawned on me until now. His meld of 90′s feel with Hip Hop percussion was the seller in this remix. Near six minutes of pure class and sex appeal. #InstantFanMuch It’s ready for the free and the feel.
Very proud to be part of the roll that Boston’s Blunt Sinatras have been on this year. If you living arrangement involves a dark dank cave here’s a refresher. They’ve been gigging actively for one, best keep up with those goings on via Facebook & Twitter. Secondly, to huge effect, they’ve seen two exclusive premiers on monster blog Do Androids Dance. When we last spoke around the time of their #fcmv19 there were, and still are a number of releases en route, via some labels you might just know Listen, love and experience this, their latest re-flip available for free DL. 150-100 Transition!