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

Josh Hey – four gold chains.

The sprawling, Eastern-inflected “Shabba” remix I didn’t know I needed. I’m sure there will be a lot more heat on Josh Hey’s Beat Hotel tape when it drops. Beat Hotel by Josh Hey Sphere: Related Content

TUAMIE – Please Be Quiet.

You would think a progressive, indie beatmaker wants to get his beats in front of Blu or whoever is dropping on Fat Beats next month. But you can tell TUAMIE is dying to produce gangster rap. On his recent tapes, he’s remixed The Clipse, vintage Jay Z, and now Freddie Gibbs..