Tag Archives: Slow Graffiti

Baauer – 1Snap (Slow Graffiti Remix)

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.

Slow Graffiti – Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Slow Graffiti – VI EP

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.

Look for his new Legacy Podcast coming this Friday featuring Ekali.

Slow Graffiti – Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Slow Graffiti – You

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.

Slow Graffiti – Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Slow Graffiti – Annie Nightingale Future Stars BBC Guest Mix

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 – Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Childish Gambino – Sweatpants (Slow Graffiti Remix)

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!

Slow Graffiti – Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Xian – Feel (Slow Graffiti Remix)

Entries to the Xian x Gazia Remix contest have been stacking up. Our mix volume 3 curator put forth his signature Trap steeze in a lush make over of ‘Feel’ . Show some support for this one.

Slow Graffiti – Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Disclosure – White Noise (Slow Graffiti Remix)

Bang bang. More heat from LA’s Slow Graffiti. The dude has an affinity for bass music that bumps n grinds. More than likely you have yet to hear ‘White Noise’ quite like this. #WhiteTrap

Slow Graffiti Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Drake – Started From The Bottom (Slow Graffiti Remix)

A true stared from the bottom storey is the case with Slow Graffiti. He is a highly active producer and DJ with near non stop Legacy Podcast episodes and highly frequent, high quality productions, surfacing all the time. His take on ‘Started From The Bottom’ is powerful in his signature style.

Slow Graffiti Facebook | Soundcloud | Twitter

Slow Graffiti – Hey!!

artworks-000047200237-wbkqyi-original Mmm. A trembly bass massive. Where Diplo at? Originally aired on Shoebox Collective Radio Show on May 3, whom you should check.

Slow Graffiti Interview | Future Classics Mix vol 3


Last week we premiered Volume 3 of our Mix Series on Soundcloud. The mix came from LA based produced and DJ, Slow Graffiti. He first caught our attention with his UZ and Die Antwoord mash up (Dis IZ Why IM Hot (Zef Remix) Vs Trap Shit V7). Shortly thereafter he became one our first regular submitters. His remix’s remain of pallet well in line with our musical taste buds. These, and also his catalog, well endowed with Legacy Mixtapes, enticed us enough to arrange for volume 3. We hope you enjoy the mix and familiarizing yourselves with Slow Graffiti as much as we have.

Let’s get a background on you. How old are you, where do you live, what’s your favorite color and so on.
I am 28, born and raised in Los Angeles, started playing music when I was 13 years old. My first instrument was guitar, self taught then I moved to bass and drums. After my last band broke up, I started working on my own productions and started to work on electronic based tracks. I would say my favorite color is black, even though its considered a shade.

Have you always lived in LA?
No, I lived in San Diego for six years, and then recently moved back about two years ago.

How, if at all, has LA’s scene had it’s influence on your style?
Moving back to Los Angeles has been a major influence on my music, it has put me in an creative environment that I didn’t have in San Diego. No disrespect to San Diego, but Los Angeles is the fore front when it comes to electronic music. Tons of Dj’s and producers move here and create new sounds that no one has heard before, one example that comes to mind would be Jerome LOL. Very unique style that incorporates many sounds that are highly original and forward thinking. That’s why since I moved back I have been trying to collaborate with many different artists, it gives me an opportunity to be well rounded as an artist.

How long have you been DJing and producing, and which came first?
I’ve been Dj’ing for about three years now, I have been producing seriously for about 5 years. I started producing first, my earliest projects where recording live bands and then putting them into Logic Pro. I have always loved production, being able to put your own style on projects is one of the coolest things to be able to do.

You’ve a consistently good selection going on in your mix’s. Name off five of your top producers these days.
Felix Cartal
Cashmere Cat

Favourite sources for new music. Are a blog reader or does Soundcloud keep you happy?
I utilize both forms, I love reading blogs and love Soundcloud. I think they both work very well together, it’s becomes easier finding out about new music. Using Soundcloud feels like virtual carte digging, you able to go through so much content, and find artist that no one has heard of.

Now production. What are you working with in the studio?
Currently I just finished an original that I am currently shopping to some labels, then next I got to start my next Legacy Mixtape Series which will be Vol.9. I am trying to focus on more originals these days, but there are times when you hear a song and you drop what you doing. That’s how the Grimes remix came about, an idea hits you and then your run to your computer to capture that feeling.

Gear or software?
Software, I love new software, especially synth based that allow me to push it to it’s limit.

Your doing some things with a couple labels. How’d y’all link, and what do you have forthcoming?
Well everything happened on Soundcloud, I was contacted by them on there and then established relationships over time. I just released a single titled Manifesto on Clubstream Label that came out last month, and have a demo out there that I have sent to a couple labels waiting to hear back. As far as forthcoming, Legacy Mixtape Vol. 9 will be out before the end of the month to keep peoples ears open to some amazing tracks and artists.

Can you talk about the mix? What’s in it, how and where you recorded it, etc.
I’am extremely proud of this mix, I wanted to incorporate songs that I have played out and currently enjoying. I featured tracks by RL Grime, Surkin, Flume, and included two of my favorite remixes I have done for Crystal Castles and Grimes. I recored the mix In Los Angeles and used Ableton, I use Ableton for everything it’s my DAW of choice since I left using Logic Pro a couple years back. I wanted to create a mix that’s high energy and grooving that captured the sound of Trap, but also how it’s influencing other artists overseas that are putting there spin on it. That’s why I decided to include artists like Surkin, High Powered Boys and Melé, they offer a very refreshing take on the genre creating exciting productions that deserve attention.

Crystal Castles – Violent Youth (Slow Graffiti Remix)

artworks-000042687877-akmdr7-original Just as you feel you have a good bead on the progression another switch up happens. All familiar, all unexpected. Big ups to Slow Graffiti for bringing Crystal Castles into the trap world proper styles.

Kendrick Lamar – Swimming Pools (Drank) (Slow Graffiti Remix)

artworks-000038556633-c9sprf-original People, please get familiar with Slow Graffiti. This shouldn’t have to be said. But people sleep, so hard.