Yea, I know I’ve been ‘away’ lately. Just trying to get out of my own head the last few months and start enjoying the world again. Anyway, enough about that mess…here’s a freebie bootleg of Adam F’s seminal tune Circles done by the duo of dRamatic & dbAudio. Classic vibes. [h/t to DnB Dojo
I have a new earworm and it’s a take off (but not a cover) of Petula Clark’s classic “Downtown” by two dudes calling themselves Majical Cloudz. Beyond their ridiculous name, the song is pretty snazzy.
I’m a sucker for a big bassline and a well timed sample. Kachina’s Heisenberg (on the brand new Affectionate Grooves label) has managed to scratched both of those itches making it my Tune of the Day. The entire UK Garage-influenced, Heisenberg EP will be available on the NextGen Records store soon enough. You can hear […]
Matrix is probably the producer in Drum and Bass whom I have an obsession about like I do Ace Frehley, especially the Virus/Metro/New Identity timeframe. No one sounds like him and never has but has inspired legions of producers. This tune just gives me chills as does another, Sedation, for its absolutely incredible groove and […]
I know it’s early here in Texas, but I already have my Tune of the Day. A monster bass re-lick from Dub Phizix for Bassment Jaxx called, of all things, Buffalo. If you’re interested in hearing the original version click here. So @TheBasementJaxx made a tune called Buffalo and asked me to remix it. Obviously […]
So, so good….
Two of my favorites, Anile and DRS, teaming up for City of Injustice Anile’s debut LP Perspective, on Med School. You can click here to buy select cuts on iTunes today and I’ve already pre-ordered my copy of the album.
No, it’s not drum & bass or house or techno or brand new or groundbreaking or amazing. It’s just Oakland-based indie/alternative rock producer Day Wave’s first single that’s blowing up everywhere. Anyway, this song is just speaking to me so it’s my tune of the day.
That rowdy buncha Mancunian MCs and producers are back again with another LEVELZ crew production. I mentioned on Facebook that I have very little use for American rap and hip-hop these days. It’s become a shell of itself in recent years and they’ve more or less lost the plot. Most rappers take themselves entirely too […]
Bristol badman, Darren Decoder has long been a favorite of mine. From his days producing jungle under the alias of Orca on Lucky Spin, to the countless collaborations with Technical Itch, and the hugely successful work with Kosheen he’s always acquitted himself as a topflight producer. He’s also a good dude and absolutely hilarious, which […]