First and foremost, happy Monday. Ring in that new new on a good foot, how about that? Bringing in the freshness today is Washington’s Nappy Riddem. One of the funk players on the infamous Fort Knox Five Recordings. Continuing the labels, their own, and DC’s reputable reputation of floor jumping funk by taking on Joe Cuba’s classic ‘Bang Bang.’ Pronounced drums and a electronic dance bpm revive the track for the new era just as it keeps it’s legacy moving in stride with music culture. And feel free to get familiar with these cats as their camp is known to roam in our neck of the woods.
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From Fade, to Fader to Fadest, Bay Area’s Jake Atlas has been strengthening the bond of chill, , Hip Hop experimental and Glitch. Stretching, twisting, even cross pollinating them all in various sequences which will one day be the the further future a more mechanized x technologic era of music. The third and final part of th three piece series is said to have a body of work more capable of telling stories than the preceding pieces. Which themselves have already garnered prominent taste maker approval. Fadest began weaving the webs December 1st and is available for free download in full on Thriftworks Bandcamp.
First play had me double take to the title like whoa. It’s not a Moby remix, maybe just the same artist he sampled and made his name off tho. The research never happened. But that likeness coupled with House riddim works, it works well. Free download for all.
Put aside your chocolate Christmas countdown calendar calmly. San Fransisco’s K Theory have vowed to burst subs and eardrums with a new free download everyday till Saint Nick’s holiday. The daily stream began eight days ago. Thus far the promise has been made good on. Today’s freeizm lays before your eyes rn. Get em all below.
House is one genre we here at Future Classics fall short of exploring. Hence the connect with Detroit’s Need & Necessity. A duo made up of like minds based in a city with the history to lay groundwork for it’s artists to be expert in said genre. For this volume with N&N at the helm, we get insight into how classic vibes are live and well, and in good hands.
“Go and handle yo biz, go on and make that money.” Words to live by by urrshur. Jersey x Bmore riddim to hit to by Homewrecker, in a huge burst back the scene. Turning straight misogyny into dance-floor heat.. it’s a beautiful thing. As is Juicy J referring to a lap-dance at a titty bar a first date. Poor guy lololol.
Let’s ease ourselves into the holiday excitement. Keep your mind at ease and your soul in chill. We ready best when stress is down. It’s being proven sad or emotion evoking music is good x reviving for any individual, whether they know it or not. Fortunately for us during our speed toward the season a connection was made Palm Beach of the UK, #ThatPalmBeachVibe. A producer capable of such a chill down. On December 8th via Opening Light Music ‘Reach’ will be reaching the world wibe web. This is your first listen the latest addition to his breazy House repertoire completed by a delish, soft vocal sample.
Add Palm Beach to an artist to watch list. Maybe even shoot over a recommendation to the folks over at Majestic Chill.
Raincoiver is about the collabos as of late.. Great to see. A quick classic dance sample of C+C Music Factory was the glue that stuck together House hitters WMNSTUDIES with 1/3 of DiRTY RADiO /&+ 1/2 of BNW, Waspy, aka @waspybeats Be about that life w/ ‘LIFE MUSIK.’
Every other now and again the blogger goes off on how so and so is sooo prolific. All up on their dick like. But, credit where credit is due and when an artist is churning new fire material at a weekly rate heads do turn. Even if you check your stream every other day your (like I) bound to see a new Autograf remix swirling. From Tropical to Future in staggered order Autograf’s got it. Today we in the tropics.
Within the Vancouver scene The Freshest have thrived. A group of forward thinking, on point with the current likeminded DJ’s and producers that have cut themselves a large slice of the city’s scene. The slice of non stop production of successful events has paved the way for much of current trends and styles as they are today. Additionally providing a platform for members Kutcorners & Marvel to take their live performances to cross country, and even cross continent status. Only to further the high quality standards of The Freshest.
Volume 55 is special not only by the artists providing, but also the debut of the pairs newly named project, Live Evil. Kutcorners & Marvel have been making waves with their live production videos (below), but this may just be the affirmation of things and endeavours to come. Moves are being made. Listen, love, and FOLLOW Live Evil.
It’s been one of those day’s where Limp Bizkits ‘Break Stuff’ actually made sense.. (Apologies Odjbox for mentioning that band in your post, fret not, it’s going to a good place.) In most cases is an unfathomable occurrence, one border-lining a mandatory scolding. From a mindset like Break Stuff mindset there’s only room to improve, and what better way get lifted than to old school funk/soul, glitched no less. Ups to Odjbox for getting me lifted in a time of need.
Ready for some unheard? Badmen Pigeon Hole teaming with female vocalist Charlotte Coleman. Growing up we all heard and spoke the phrase “sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me,” only to go home to weep in the reflection pond after school. The next day filing a hurt feelings report on the hurtful incident itself. Blah blah. This is the 2014 rendition, modernized, feeled, and swagged.
Charlotte Coleman – Soundcloud