Posted by mimada on December 5, 2013
Just a minute late on this but NVOY’s style is so fresh, I’m not even phased. Last week the Nottingham duo dropped “Perspire,” which, compared to the tracks I’ve shared with you before, takes things to a level one deeper. Their touch on old school house vibes give it something that makes it sound brand new all over again. Give yourself some room to dance for this one.
Posted by BP on December 5, 2013
Insight brings forth a treasure chest of gems on this compilation that is sure to keep you captivated all the way through. It’s calm, eerie and has a cool ambient atmosphere of mystery and deep thought. Some noteworthy tracks for W8 are 2,7, and 13. I’d add 4 to that list as well, but they are all worth a listen! It’s free to download if you’re into it.
Insight Music Promotions
Free Download: Insight Music Promotions – Insight Vol. 3
Posted by Mach on December 1, 2013
I originally thought this was Russian but it turns out to be Croatian, which is still a cool sounding language, especially over a dope Hip-Hop beat from Billain. Do I understand a single for they are saying? No, but that doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy the beauty of the language. The kicks and snare on this track are most prominent on this tight Billain beat. No word on release or download, but definitely worth the listen.
Posted by Spice on November 25, 2013
This patently absurd and not totally surprising lyric is what happens when you, ahem, mix a Parisian tech house don (and noted leather shorts enthusiast) with a looming presence on the Texas club scene. Brodinski’s borderline anthropologic fascination with Southern rap culture is no secret, and in “5 Years” we see it out in full force. The formula here is simple: Beat King lays the perversely catchy verse, Brodinski delivers a menacing wallop of sub bass, and the rest, as they say, is dance floor history. Free download so scoop it up.
Free Download: Brodinski & Beat King – 5 Years
Posted by Nick on November 23, 2013
If there’s anything I can tell you about this track, it’s that this song is a must listen. I know I might be a little bit late on this one, but if you haven’t heard it, you need to right now. “Stay High” is an original mix by California-based Hippie Sabotage that samples vocals from Tove Lo’s pop record “Habits,” intended for the Aris Jerome directed video “Stay High.” Winter’s just about to start, but if you’re looking to recapture that summer vibe one last time, make sure to hit the play button ASAP; and if you really like it (which we both know you will), definitely worth checking out their other stuff too: straight quality.
Posted by W8 on November 21, 2013
If you’ve heard the original Bedroom Bangers you’re probably a diehard upallnighter with a desire for orgasmic, just body crunching bass. I wouldn’t go as far as to say these tracks are chill in the sense of ‘ambient’ but they do have an ethereal bounce to them. All of them are tight, I personally high five all these tracks, So there you have it, some beats and some gibberish. If you want to know anything more about an individual artist, travel through their soundcloud to the rest of their discography.
Free Download: Cleindl – Mornings
Free Download: PARTYNEXTDOOR – Muse (VXNYL Remix)
Not yet a download on this Mura Masa gem but I am extraordinarily patient.
More after the jump, including a mix.
Posted by Spice on November 20, 2013
Good Guy Bassnectar is back in action with a funky, global-tinged remix to honor Cheb i Sabbah, an innovative producer/composer of electronica who recently lost his battle with cancer. In Lorin’s words:
“Chebiji” as he was affectionately known passed away November 6, 2013 at the age of 66 after being diagnosed with stomach cancer over 2 years ago. At that time he was given 4 weeks to live and through a combination of alternative therapies funded by his friends and fans, along with a sheer will to live, he exceeded all expectations for someone with an advanced stage of cancer.
We are releasing this special remaster as a benefit to his family: he has two kids and three grandkids, who are largely dependent on him. All the proceeds from this remix will go straight to the family.
Check out Bassnectar’s vibey tribal handiwork below; for all you bassheads out there, this one’s a no-brainer.