Great tune, great video. Tune of the day.
One of Manchester’s finest wordsmiths, Skittles, has just released his new video to accompany the release of Problematic on Propatop. If you like the tune you can grab it from Skittles Bandcamp Page
I’ve been living under a neurofunk rock for a few months. My musical preferences seem to ebb and flow with the changing of the tides and lately I’ve been on a more melancholy kick. Because of that I nearly missed out on Bristol-based Exposure’s debut release, Delicate Lives feat Sula Mae/Sacrifice, on his own A […]
The Levelz crew might be my favorite thing going right now.
I’ve been on Eton Messy’s sound for a long time and now that they’re a YouTube tastemakers, they’ve done up a Ministry of Sound Sound Of mix. I really dig their blend of deep and bumpin’ house edits because they’re always full of nice, steady grooves. There’s a lot to be said for consistency and […]
A new Chimpo EP, Backslang always means a unique blend of bass music styles, heavy beats, lyrical wit….and maybe some monkey symbolism. He hits on all of those points with Backslang. I especially love Sneaky Cheeky…so good. You can listen to all four tracks and buy the EP HERE.
Ant TC1’s Dispatch Recordings has long been a favored label here at SB HQ. Whether it’s a new release or their plethora of mixes we’re all over it like white on rice. For instance, a quick search shows 26 instances of Dispatch release mentions or mixes in the last two years! Now the label is […]
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.
I’m sad to report that I have never been to Fabric, but every time I see a line-up or hear about a show there, it makes me regret not having been. Between the mix CD series, the multitude of DJ mixes they post online, and the shows themselves there cannot possibly be a better nightclub […]
My new bit in the morning is to play different kinds of music while we take our almost 2 year old son to school. This week we’ve listened to classic rock, jazz, downtempo, and today I introduced him to disco. (BTW, this is what makes satellite radio great!) So why did I choose Unlimited Touch’s […]