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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.

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

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.

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.

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.”

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