favourite things | 3.15

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Favourite Things 3.15 contains 28 tracks and 1:53 hours of music by artists such as: Reginald Omas Mamode IV, Loyle Carner, Bishop Nehru, glue70, Melo B Jones, Eric Lau, Pacific Shore, Nosaj Thing, Chance The Rapper, The O’My’s, Jeen Bassa, Hubert Daviz, Wun Two, Mounika, FloFilz, Flako, Nomine, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Portico, Jamie Lidell, Jazzator, Contrast Trio, Kamasi Washington, Javi Santiago, BadBadNotGood, Kazumi Kaneda, Jay Electronica, Biggie Smalls, L’Orange & Jeremiah Jae, Bluestaeb, saib..

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favourite things | 7.14

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Our  soundcloud-selection for july is now ready for streaming. ‘Favourite Things 7.14‘ holds 47 tracks, with a total playtime of 2:51 hrs. The set is a journey through electronic music and hiphop. Featuring productions and songs by some of our favourite artists, such as Chet Faker, Flume, Reginald Omas Mamode IV, Gang Colours, Jimmy Whoo, Bahamadia, KA-YU, UNDA, SIAM, Electric Wire Hustle, Computer Jay & Orfeo, LOOM, Giorgio Oehlers, GUTS, Brenk Sinatra, Jonwayne, Slum Village, Jesse Boykins III, and many more.

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favourite things | 5.14

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bklyn’s latest soundcloud selection holds about 43 tracks out of various genres. The collection 5.14 includes tracks by Fink, Moods, Electric Wire Hustle, BadBadNotGood, Madlib, J Dilla, Tom Misch, Taylor McFerrin, Nick Price, Guts, Alice Russell, and some more. Check out our latest selections on the daily updated soundcloud page.

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as we move

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After a highly impressive debut in 2013 with the “Do You EP“, Reginald Omas Mamode IV returns with a deeper, bolder statement of intent with the “As We Move” EP.

2013 saw Reggie’s ‘earthbound heart and soul music’ gain widespread support from Lauren Laverne and Lefto, for whom he did a one-take live session. This EP takes the tough, organic soul of Do You and twists it into highlights such as the raw 4/4 of Fire Burning, the EP’s lead track. Know You Better unfolds amidst West Coast synths and jazz percussion, whereas Understand Me, already receiving heavy support from Gilles Peterson and Lefto, is a slow burning London soul jam about relationship communication breakdown. Out June 2014.

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