Given how accomplished this track is, it’s hard to believe that Nu-Jazz/Broken Beat producer Christoffer Berg made it back in 2004 when he was just 21.
You might remember a bike mad, London Hip-Hop group we posted a while back called 2morrow’s Victory. If not, go check ’em out. If you do and approved as much as we did, then you’re in for a treat. Despite the name, A Yellow Man it is not one man, but two – brothers Sam and Emmanuel – plus the soulful sounds of Demae.
Dimensions Festival announced the line-ups for their boat parties yesterday. Click for our favourites and information about where to buy tickets.
Belgium beatmakers Loscobeats serve us a 30 minutes extravaganza for Stamp Mix #7…
What We’re Listening To Vol.11. A 30 minute mix of the Electronic sounds we’re digging at the moment. Compiled by Efraim Carlebach, it includes tracks by Shigeto, Burial, Shlohmo, Soosh, Daedelus, Evian Christ, Lo-Velo and Ernest Gonzales.
Now in its 8th year, MIDI festival has become somewhat of a mecca for music lovers who have a certain infatuation with the lavish beaches of South France. This year MIDI hosts an all-embracing lineup of talent, from the folk-falsetto god Bon Iver to electronic chameleon SBTRKT. What’s more is the enthralling locations where artists will be performing; with Future-Garage/House outfits Disclosure, Pearson Sound and 123MRK playing at the core of a pine forest under the stars till the morning, whilst Almanarre Beach (the windsurfing capital of the France) and Hyères racecourse take care of the rest.
Music x Vibes = JoLeon Davenue. So reads his Facebook page, so if you add a bit of Jazz and Hip-Hop into the mix it should give you a pretty good idea of what to expect.
Wet and dreary weather blessed the first day of the Jubilee Weekend and second of Summer in Bristol, but thankfully Dot To Dot’s nationally-touring festival provided a suitable ailment. Bristol played first host (followed by Nottingham and Manchester on Sunday and Monday) to a line-up of internationally-recognised and local acts across seven of the city’s venues. Click for the full review…
808 claps and apocalyptic pan pipe melodies on No Bad Days.
Three Indian producers blend genres and tempos into a dreamy and ambient collaboration.
Peruvian chug with healing dance floor qualities.
Percussive and ever-so chuggy new age exoticism from a Dutch debutant.
Psychedelic relaxations on Rush Hour from the Amsterdam nine-piece.
Street soul with Phantom Island’s new age, dubby balearic touch.
Broken, skippy techno from the Meat Free residents.
Chugging psych-rock and cosmic rhythms.
Healing Japanese new age, piano preludes and sample-laden hip-hop instrumentals.
Norwegian-grown West African homage, San Fran jazz-funk and a Mac Miller tribute.
A 100% homegrown mix from the Peckham dubplate cutters.
A three hour “punkish” selection from the Macadem Mambo co-leader.
Hong Kong mix, plus interactive map and favourite spots around town.
Showcasing Bulgaria’s rich heritage and vibrant present from a DJ who counts Zip as a fan.
Funk, soul, rhythm n blues, biscuits and coffee make up this gorgeous mix and delightful city guide.