Monthly Archives: January 2017

Oh No – You Gotta Bring.

Stones Throw are the great music archivists and curators of our time and so they’re reviving Ultimate Breaks & Beats with a producer series. Oh No helms the first volume with most potent funk. Sphere: Related Content

Karriem Riggins – 4Es’J.

Karriem Riggins has been on a roll since “30 Hours,” or I’ve just started paying attention. Headnod Suite by Karriem Riggins Sphere: Related Content

Knxwledge – pushit.

Gonzo Internet beatheads have an affinity for New York goon rap because it’s kind of cool to hear a Funkmaster Flex freestyle over floaty backpacker boom bap and it also probably avoid the “conscious rap” label. Here are choice cuts from Knxwledge’s newest batch, WT?.?PRT10?.?8_. WT.PRT10.8_ by Knxwledge. WT.PRT10.8_ by Knxwledge. WT.PRT10.8_..

Pan Daijing – Exile.

Boss level. Pan Daijing is a Chinese-born, Berlin-based producer with a new EP called A Satin Sight out on Bedouin Records. Pan Daijing – A Satin Sight by Bedouin Records Sphere: Related Content

D/P/I – Escape.

D/P/I (DJ Purple Image) of LA soundtracks an industrial accident. This is the last one I’ll steal from Shapednoise’s Solid Steel mix, to which you should probably listen. Sphere: Related Content

Yves Tumor – Serpent Music.

One more from Shapednoise’s Solid Steel mix, Turin-based producer Yves Tumor has beats for all occasions. Sphere: Related Content

G.H. – Mickey Cosmos.

British producer G. Howell with the dope radiator sounds, courtesy of Shapednoise on Solid Steel. Listen to the full album, Housebound Demigod, here. Sphere: Related Content

Niall Kirk of La Casa Tropical – Forgotten Palms.

Episode 140 of the Dream Chimney podcast features Niall Kirk of La Casa Tropical spinning, in his words, “afrobeat, vintage synth funk and lofi psych disco.” A SoundCloud commenter also identifies K. Frimpong & His Cubano Fiestas. La Casa Tropical is, per Facebook, a “cultural performance and events space.” Sphere: Related..