Tokyo-based producer Daisuke Tanabe recently released ‘Floating Underwater’ on Ki Records/Cat-Eat-Mosquito. After his debut album in 2009 and the collaboration with Kidkanevil under the name Kidsuke, ‘Floating Underwater’ is his second full-length LP. Out on CD, 2×10″ vinyl and digital on iTunes. You can now stream the entire album on hypem.
After their debut-release back in 2009, New Zealand-based duo Electric Wire Hustle is back with their new LP ‘Love Can Prevail’. The album has released today (September 8th) on okayplayer. The album is the follow-up to the ‘If These Are The Last Days EP‘, which featured two tracks off the album. ‘Love Can Prevail’ is available for streaming on okayplayer’s Bandcamp page – get your digital copy on via iTunes or Bandcamp.
Check out Soulection and Stussy’s latest free compilation, featuring productions by Zikomo, IAMNOBODI, Goldlink, Orijanus, ESTA, Mr. Carmack, Sam Gellaitry, Connor Pearson, Evil Needle, 10A, Ta-ku, Jay Prince, Jordan James, Sango, JD Reid, Sivey, J-Louis, pyrmdplaza, Mikos Da Gawd, Jarreau Vandal, StarRo, Leland Aleem Fakir and ABJO.
“You will see familiar official Soulection artists on this compilation as well some new talent from forward-thinking and ambitious producers, emcees and vocalists that we’re excited about and feel have a bright future. Our partnership with the iconic brand includes a ‘Soulection Tribe’ limited t-shirt designed by Stussy as well as a physical in-store event and after party at our Sound Of Tomorrow Los Angeles monthly at The Echoplex.”
Compiled and executive produced by Joe Kay Design by Andre Power. Download the compilation for free here.
Amin Payne & Ben Bada Boom‘s ‘Collision’ get revisited by a dream team of producers worldwide. Witness a whole new journey as each artist remixes a track from the album and displays their interpetation. Featuring reworks by Moods, Suff Daddy, mfp, Evil Needle, Melodiesinfonie, Elaquent, Submerse, Chief and Budamunk. Release is September 8th on Cascade Records, order on Bandcamp. Free downloads after the break.
“After the success of ‘Collison’ by AP x 3B , the challenge was high to elevate this classic collaboration album into a Remix edition. The resulting combination is one of the dopest remix album you’ll hear this year, Containing 10 tracks which feels like you’ve listened to a new full length album from start to finish. Based on the main ingredients of the original one, covering a variety of styles, and each individual song is so incredibly well developed that you can really get lost in the music. Experience this journey.”
Another month, another selection – ‘Favourite Things 8.14‘ is now ready for streaming.
It’s a monthly musically journey through our daily soundcloud expedition. The set for august is 2,5hrs long and holds 47 tracks. Featuring productions and songs by Thrupence, Shafiq Husayn, S. Fidelity, FloFilz, Diggs Duke, REdefinition, Kriswonto, Amin Payne & Ben Bada Boom, Suff Daddy, Flandy, Bilal, Jordan Rakei, Ka-Yu, Computer Jay & Orfeo, TUFO, Bonobo, iZem, Freddie Joachim, Tall Black Guy, Dexter, Jonwayne, Barney Artist, El Michels Affair, and many more. Check out the latest selections and tracks on our almost daily updated soundcloud page.
The fourth instalment of Wah Wah 45s compilation series ‘Allo Love’ is now out, and available on Bandcamp. The album is a fine selection of dark, electronic soul tracks by artists such as Lea Lea, Kathrin de Boer, Anushka, DJ Vadim, iZem, The Gene Dudley Group, and many more. Stream the whole compilation after the jump.
With his first EP ‘Five to Nine’ S. Fidelity carefully compiled a small collection of gems kept secret – until now. Over the course of 8 tracks, he showcases a wide variety of styles, ranging from laid-back instrumentals to rap and futuristic neo-soul. For the completion of his debut EP, the 22-year-old beatmaker joined forces with the Berlin singer LaNó and Tokyo’s Tajima Hal on ‘Second Chance’ and Rob Really from Moontroop featuring on ‘The Brain’. The features add a complementary touch to S. Fidelity’s compositions and thereby contribute to the complete range of his sonic spectrum.
‘Duals’ is taken from the new Bonobo ‘Ten Tigers EP’, available on 12″ and download, at Ninja Tune or iTunes. The EP also holds two remixes by Bengal and a new version of ‘First Fires’ by Maya Jane Coles.
Bonobo is also about to release a DVD/Book in october 2014. It’s beautiful 70-page hardback book containing stories from the band, Bonobo’s personal photos, a foreword by Gilles Peterson and more. The book is portrait sized and clothbound holding the live CD and DVD, all designed by Leif Podhajsky. The live CD contains tracks performed by Bonobo on The North Borders Tour, recorded at major shows and exclusive radio sessions all over the world. The DVD contains incredible footage of a Bonobo show performed in an ancient Roman amphitheatre in Croatia and at London’s Roundhouse in 2013. Watch the trailer and listen to ‘Duals’ …
The Submotion Orchestra is a live 7-piece project from Leeds/UK, incorporating deep bass-driven grooves and dense textures in their progressive live dubstep sound. The orchestra is now back with ‘Alium’, released on Counter Records, out November 3rd. On their third album Ruby Wood adds her vocal skills – you can now listen and download the track ’2L84U’ for free here. Place your pre-order (2xLP vinyl, CD and MP3) on Ninja Tune.
LA beatmaker Flying Lotus is about to release his 5th album through Warp Records. ‘You’re Dead!’ is the follow up to 2012′s ‘Until The Quiet Comes’, on the new LP Lotus gets support by Herbie Hancock, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Captain Murphy, Angel Deradoorian, Thundercat, Niki Randa, alongside Japanese comic book artist Shintaro Kago. See the full tracklist and watch the preview trailer after the jump. Out on October 6th, pre-oder digital on iTunes or Google Play.
“‘You’re Dead!’ is a shamanic pilgrimage into the psychedelic unknown of the infinite afterlife. A sonic, visual and metaphysical fusion of technological innovation and technical virtuosity that amounts to a transcendent, mind-expanding plasm that could only exist between our world and another.”