Long time LA connect Slow Graffiti has taken his music and life explorations to the second hotbed of his state. San Fran is now the new base of operations for Slow Graffiti and thus, the launch point for many remixes, edits and mega edits to come. The first nestle in to these ears since the move is one many of us know and love, a landmark track in the collaborative works between Jeremih and We Did It Collectives Shlomo. The “Glass Trap” treatment as I like to call it, encompasses the old and treats it anew at once. Let’s hope together that San Fran brings more music and under-the-covers experience for SG.
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The two most active producers on the socials and in the studio have joined prolific forces. By means of the interwebs Vancouver Islands Whipped Cream has paired with LA’s Trap god, Slow Graffiti. Representing both parties audibly ‘Deprivation’ is eery, with drum rolls, calls, plus every other Trap element one could ask for. Free download for the deprivated masses!
Could’t have asked for a more dreamy intro.. Wonderland indeed. It of course breaks into SG’s signature & massive Trap with quick surgical precision. ‘ I Want U’ is a time filler of sorts to keep the masses happy while a new EP is underway. The download thing in exchange for a like on FB yo.
To one of Danny Browns most renowned tracks to date. The hard hitting and party anthem gets the full on Slow Graffiti treatment. Blunt after blunt the LA producers “Glass Trap” (as I’m going to go out on a limb calling it) turns up real hard. Ahead of new material reportedly this new heater is a steamy warm up. #GlassTrap
The Mosh Pit remixes were released about one month ago. Six tracks including the instrumental and acapella, and the unofficial remixes keep on coming. There is currently a contest in play on Beatport featuring some amazing revisions you would’t think possible when you first heard the original. The contest features this gem by Slow Graffiti that sports his signature Trapeeziness.
BBC Radio 1 and Diplo’s Los Angeles sweetheart Slow Graffiti prepared some Collard Greens using Schoolboy Q’s own recipe that we are proud to share with you today. The occasion is furthered by the news of his first festival date on June 7th at Make Music Pasadena 2014. Within Slow Graffiti’s monthly Legacy podcasts for example, he has showcased a style owned souley by himself. By displaying incredible track selection, catered to his sound, or aesthetic month after month, as well in his various guest mixes. Frankly, the patrons of MMP14 may not be able to hold up under what is sure to be a sure fire set. An individual track won’t paint a Picasso of clear vision, neither will an aged mix, but they will lend a better idea:
See Slow Graffiti Live @ Make Music Pasadena 2014
Gather round, gather round. Very important new just in from America, Los Angeles. The new guy rocking all the BBC Radio 1 play took his own trap steeze to one of the genres biggest and earliest. The free VIP on Baauer is up for grabs as of 3 days ago.
Said this earlier, in about January, but this year has been absoultely buck for LA’s Slow Graffiti. What brings me back round to this point once again is his latest EP, ‘VI’ . A release which has garnered the attention of Mad Decent’s big head, Diplo. In his Diplo & Friends AAA mix which was comprised entirely of unsigned artists music, two Slow Graffiti tracks made the cut, ‘You’ from the recent Club Stream released ‘VI’ EP , and ‘Hey’ from last years ‘Los Angeles’ EP. Both works are available for purchase on Beatport, but ‘VI’ has only recetly been made available for full stream on Soundcloud.
LA bro Slow Graffiti is has been shaping up hard this year. Just one month in he’s been named a “Future Star” by BBC Radio 1, gigged w. Astronomar of Main Course Records, and is now prepping us all for a new EP with Clubstream.
Ready up! You.
This is certainly the biggest “if you haven’t heard” in a considerable amount of time. Los Angeles based producer and Future Classics Mix vol 3 curator Slow Graffiti has earned himself a guest mix on non other than BBC Radio 1. The appearance originally aired on January 4th, 14 features tracks of his own that have previously seen play on the station and plenty more of the sounds that make Slow Graffiti, Slow Graffiti.
The mix is available to stream on the BBC Radio 1 website for 16 more days.
Slow Graffiti is kicking off the new year with a big push of new music. His #Legacy podcast saw it’s eighteenth episode this month (subscribe to the podcast on iTunes). Then this banger of a remix, and a full mix on Annie Nightngale’s Future Stars Special on BBC Radio 1. Tune in at 7pm – 9pm pacific!