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Soultronica Vol 5 By Dj Eko [download]

The intersection of bass music and RnB is so hot right now. You’re probably familiar with the names making that sexy music – Kelela, Hemsworth, Kastle, Branchez and so forth. But finding the DJs who really understand that sound is a bit trickier. Fortunately, DJ Eko has it on lock. Eko is an OG in

1. Doctor Jeep – Flash Area [Unreleased] 2. Ms Thing & Switch – Love Guide [Sequence] 3. John Roman – Petrified [Turbo] 4. Doctor Jeep – Bird of Paradise [Unreleased] 5. Trevino – Lag [Revolve:r] 6. Astronomar – H3Y I C U PERCUL8-10 [Self Released] 7. Outlander – Vamp (Wildcat Remix) [R&S] 8. Tony Quattro – Tony’s March [Unreleased] 9. Warrior One & Lady Chann – King Riddim [King Pigeon] 10. Doctor Jeep – Swirling [Unreleased] 11. DJ Jayhood & DJ Problem – Baby Got Back [Self Released] 12. French Fries – Space Alarm (Jeep’s Freak Alarm Edit) [Unreleased] 13. DJ Skeletone – Dick Deep Inside [AAMG] 14. Domimatrixx – Drive U Ha [Unreleased] 15. Manikan & Taste Tester – Back2Back [Seclusiasis] 16. DeadbeatUK – Chicago 6AM [Chip Butty] 17. Kingdom – Take Me (Mike G Remix) [Self Released] 18. Mohegan Son – Lick (SPF666 Remix) [Forthcoming #Feelings] 19. 813 – Espoir Voyage [Forthcoming Apothecary Compositions] 20. DJ Yolo Bear – Show & Tell feat. Chippy Nonstop [Unreleased] 21. Tide Eye – Untitled [Zone Def] 22. Lil Texas – Goin’ Round [Donky Pitch] 23. Durkin – Y Don’t U [Self Released] 24. Kelis – Little Suzie [Virgin]

Two fresh mixes from Doctor Jeep, and EVR Gold River Show

Doctor Jeep is the future of club music. He’s got the whole heavy bass/rave throwback/jackin thing down to a science. Every track this dude makes just absolutely slays – the only problem with his tunes is that you can’t play anything after them, except another Doctor Jeep track. You’ve probably heard his collab with Tony Quattro,

Squarepusher plays pyro (Endless Flamethrower Mix)

Squarepusher mixing an hour of his own tunes, from across his discography. The theme here seems to be bleepy, sped up nintendo-esque melodies over his signature low-key breakcore percussion.

You can catch Squarepusher live at LPR Tuesday, July 9th.

“This mix, following on from Instantium Hardphace last year, is the second of a series of what I call ‘horizontal slices.’ The idea is that there are several long running ‘themes’ in my work -in other words, groups of pieces across time that partake of some kind of stylistic commonality. So whilst any given group will draw from nearly twenty years of releases, it will have an aesthetic unity that individual albums have often shunned. Of course, it’s up to the listener to make sense (or otherwise) of what that aesthetic may be!” – Tom Jenkinson, March 2013

“Rotate Electrolyte” / Hello Everything (2006)
“Planetarium” / Hello Everything (2006)
“Ultravisitor” / Ultravisitor (2004)
“Welcome To Europe” / Hello Everything (2006)
“I Wish You Could Talk” / Go Plastic (2001)
“PSultan (Squarepusher remix)” / Chaos A.D. (1998)
“Port Rhombus” / Port Rhombus e.p. (1996)
“Tetra-Sync” / Ultravisitor (2004)
“Tommib” / Go Plastic (2001)
“Theme From Ernest Borgnine” / Feed Me Weird Things (1996)

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AUTHOR: Forward Forever Mix 2013

Author, the production duo of Jack Sparrow and Dom Ruckspin, have been relatively quiet until this week. They just announced that their second full length album will be dropping on Black Box on June 24th (tracklist below). You can hear the first single here, and they’ve put together a phenomenal new live mix with a

MessKid on the decks [VIDEO]

If you go out in NYC, then there’s no doubt you’ve heard of this DJ, MessKid. Probably the hardest working local DJ I know of – following his twitter account is an exercise in FOMO-resistance, since he plays somewhere cool pretty much every night. Sometimes 2 or 3 parties a night.

All that work pays off. Tonight he’s opening for Rustie and Flosstradamus at Webster Hall.  A few months back, Noise212 posted this great video of Mess doin his thing, running through all manner of dark, minimal UK and eastcoast-inspired bass music.

MESS KID – #031 from Noise212 on Vimeo.

1. Devonwho - Strangebrew [All City] 2. Devonwho - Strangebrew ( B. Bravo Remix) [All City] 3. B. Bravo & Teeko - The Roll Out [Frite Nite] 4. Arp 101 - U [Eglo] 5. Koen - 992 [Soulection] 6. Salva & Grenier - Wake the Dead [Frite Nite] 7. French Fries - Vogue [Dirtybird] 8. Baxta - Skyline [Cheap Thrills] 9. Sinjin Hawke & Morris - One Kiss 10. Snoop Dogg - Wet [Capitol] 11. Jimmy Edgar - Switch Switch [Hotflush] 12. Ad Bourke - Rio South [Scenarioo] 13. Zed Bias - Fairplay ft. Jenna G [Tru Thoughts] 14. Jessie Ware - Running (Disclosure Remix) [PRM]

Future funk mix from B.Bravo

Brilliant future funk mix from B.Bravo, who we’ve posted here before. Starts with some mellow, syrupy synth funk before moving into some funk-inspired bass music, some sultry Snoop Dogg. Finishing with infectiously funky house from Jimmy Edgar, Zed Bias and Disclosure’s immaculate Jessie Ware remix. This whole mix positively drips with swagger. B.Bravo is a

Author live mix from Reconstrvct Outlook Launch Party

US debut of Author, the duo of Jack Sparrow and Dom Ruckspin. Deep, cinematic dubstep infused with soulful vocals, jazz, and a touch of tribal dums. Absolutely hair-raising vibes on this one. This set was a live PA recorded at Reconstrvct’s Outlook Launch Party in Brooklyn on June 2, 2012.

The next Reconstrvct party goes down on July 28th, and features Coki, VIVEK, Jay 5ive, Nihal, Joe Nice, TrueNature, and a special guest from Deep Medi.

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Dunes Guestmix for OnTheSly

Dunes brings us 53 minutes of magnificently funked-up house and bass music. He’s the local guest for this month’s OnTheSly (with Jillionaire and Dre Skull) and accordingly has done guestmix duties for the second installment of OnTheSly’s mix series. Dunes caught my eye via his association with Sleepyhead and their bi-monthly Broke City party at The Cove (1st and 3rd

Ana Sia 2012 Mix Series

Ana Sia is goin hard in 2012. She’s just relaunched her website, is helming Frite Nite (putting out tracks by Lazer Sword, Salva, NastyNasty, Distal, Grenier, B.Bravo, EPROM and more) and has just completed a very exciting 4 part mix series. The first mix, Sparkly Eyes Technique, is a bold and (to me) unexpected move

Rook – Lucidity Fest 2012 Set

Rook represents, to me, the absolute best of contemporary dubstep. While many have abandoned the term, terrified of being even remotely associated with such gauche, unsubtle music as “brostep”, Rook has fearlessly (and peerlessly) sculpted his own funk-oriented sound. We have here a recreation of his live set from The 2012 Lucidity Festival 2 weeks

Archie Pelago Sonic Router mix & interview

I’m positively bursting with joy at all the attention my homies Archie Pelago have been getting as of late. Mary Anne Hobbs is a fan. So’s Gilles Peterson. And reigning DMC DJ Shiftee.  They just did a fabulous mix for ep 121 of the very reputable Sonic Router podcast, and a lovely, in-depth interview that really gives you a nice sense of why these guys are different, where the magic comes from (there’s even a diagram).  Anyway, go read it and have a listen below!

Jack Sparrow and Ruckspin

AUTHOR live at DMZ Exodus in Leeds

Brand new live mix from Author (Ruckspin and Jack Sparrow). Anything these two gents do is gonna be magical, but this is their live set from the legendary DMZ/Exodus night in leeds, so already you know this mix is gonna be extra choice. Expect luscious sub bass, incredibly clear and spaciously mixed tunes, and an

David Rodigan and Toddla T on Red Bull Music Academy Radio

Love Like Water – Toddla T Remix

Fact: Toddla T is a fucking badman. One of the least pretentious, and most prolific gents in UK Bass, Toddla T’s productions are ruthlessly engineered to get your ass on the dancefloor. Witness how many times you (I) wiled out to Take It Back this summer. Fucking love that tchune. Anyway, fresh womps from the

plastic thumbs says Funk, soul & hip-hop based with a few basslines thrown in there too.

Plastic Thumbs [new mixtape] You know you got sole!

A new mixtape from Plastic Thumbs is always a cause for celebration (and bloggin). This time around, they’ve ostensibly put together a hip-hop and funk mix, but with “a few basslines thrown in”. The effect is hyphy-producing, in the extreme. You’ve got all the standards of hip hop, funk and soul classics, seamlessly blended with

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Africa HiTech Live at Drake Hotel

While their XLR8R podcast from a few weeks back is definitely essential listening (in fact, it’s pretty mucha PhD thesis on the relationship between juke and jungle), Africa Hitech’s live set is what really needs your attention. If you missed them smash LPR  in November, here’s a taste of their (very rewarding) live set. The

MartyParty BwompBeats Mixtape vol 11

Mix Roundup – iamyank, Bassnectar, MartyParty, Sully

LOTS of quality mixes dropped this week – let’s get into the jammzzz: Budapest’s iamyank dropped the third in his mix series, Bassclectic. The first two parts were instant classics – full of gritty, stompy, tasty glitch-hop. This one is another fine example of his excellent selection and mixing skills – plenty of super womped-out

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