Label: Boomkat - bundle_51 • Format: 14x, File MP3, Compilation 320 kbps • Genre: Electronic • Style: House, Deep House, Experimental
The late, great Jay Dee perhaps did more than anyone to prepare the ground for this next-level beat science, followed by his disciple Madlib and a Schodt - April (Remixes) raft of current producers like Flying Lotus, Dabrye, Hudson Mohawke and Rustie.
If all of these names mean nothing to you - this selection has been put together to introduce you to a world of squashed beats and innovative production that has already been quietly influencing the mainstream for a while. Think of it as Hip hop with Ice Cream on Eliot Lipp - Fever 2.
Jay Dee - Pause Instrumental 3. OlivierDaySoul - Bopgunn Instrumental 4. Rustie - Response 5. Jneiro Jarel - Get Yuh Own 6. Feadz - Fizzle 7. Dabrye - tell dem by: dabrye 8. Bullion - Get Familiar 9.
Diamond Ice - Karats Shadow Huntaz - Trenches Aardvarck - Nose Hudson Mohawke - Trace Blue Daisy Feat. LaNote - Space Ex 2. Anthony Shakir Like A Dream 3.
Asura - Voxels 5. Low Limit - Turf Day 7. Nacho Patrol - Africa Space Program 8. Shlohmo - Antigravity Illum Sphere - Murky you Know Dimlite - As We Arrive Whether they share an affectation for recontextualised pitching tricks see Sepalcure and Falty DLfunk enhancing edit techniques see Rekordah, Blackpocketelectro-acoustically aware arrangements from Downliners Sekt, Space Dimension Controlleror emotive melodic thrills, these guys are all hunting the future through plugged in modes of modern jazz Rekordah - Candy Flossin' 2.
Becoming Real - Fast Motion 3. Downliners Smoke Signals - Liquid Laughter Lounge Quartet - Liquid Laughter Lounge Quartet - WWF Rematch At The Cow Palace (Aluta Continua) - Spazz - Sweatin II: Deported Live Gorilla green 5.
Gold Panda - You 7. Blackpocket - Cyborg 8. Oriol - Flux 9. Sepalcure - Every Day of My Life Patrick Pulsinger : Future Back feat. Fennesz Lux Wells, mediafire. Echospace — Sonorous Variant Reduction Soultek — Clouds Overhead Their own Echospace label has flourished over the last couple of years and has allowed the pair to air some of their most important archival material - in fact they are so prolific that they've often got dubs of dubs of dubs, which often reveal the most interesting and absorbing aspects of their extensive repertoire.
As we get deeper into their soundsphere, as the tracks get longer and the textures ever more gaseous, they reveal hidden layers which only become apparent over extended listening. We could attribute this to their use of paranormal EVP Electronic Voice Phenomena field recordings, or the intuitive, organic Sheffield Dance - Various - 14 Tracks Deep Into Move D of their live performances, but either way there's something wonderfully intangible and sublimely reflective waiting to be experienced here.
So, without further ado, here is a two hour journey through some of the most sublime dub refractions you'll likely find in contemporary electronic music. Ad Bourke : Flight Deck 2. Cinnaman : Parker Roska - Boxed In Mosca - Square One Roska Remix Uncle Bakongo - Afar Martyn Feat. Roska - Holograph Roska - Sheppard Roska - Elevated Levels Uncle Bakongo - Bobo Uncle Bakongo - Makonde Boris Dlugosch - Bangkok Roska Remix mediafire. JOE - Claptrap TRG : Beton Brut Kassem Mosse - Untitled B1 Here Today - Modernme Newworldaquarium - Avon Sparkle Redshape - Telefunk Akzidenz Grotesk - Dry Clean Only Even Tuell Sheffield Dance - Various - 14 Tracks Deep Into Move D Tube Dive Sleeparchive - Perspective Move D - Jus House Leftover - Release Shed - Increase That Soulphiction - Velveteens mediafire.
Black Roots Players : Temp Dub DJ Screw : Money and Power Elan : Good High Konx-om-Pax : 7th Dimension Marcus Schmickler : Smooth Hang Gliding mediafire. Some people Tampered Flesh - Lividity - The Cumplete Demography 1994-2005 already dubbed this kind of Hip Hop "Wonky" - a mostly instrumental variant that features out-of-tune synths, loose time signatures and sample edits from unexpected sources.
Guided by an Afro-futuristic spirit and the mystic co-ordinates of Sun-Ra, this week's assortment of astrally inclined producers touch on jazzed electronic hiphop, hi-life disco and re-wired electro-soul to create deeply rooted music with two eyes on the past and a third fixed firmly on the future.
Since sprouting from the fringes of dubstep, Mount Kimbie have defined a certain jazz-taught, post-everything aesthetic in electronic music.
Kompakt's new Fright label has defined this mood with cinematic releases from Chicago's incredible Gatekeeper and the dramatic Finn, Anton Maiovvi, who're both included here, while the obscure Suicide-meets-Pan Sonic collusion 'Black Crucifix' outlines vice-filled vibes ripe for the darkest of minds. Finally night turns to bleached morning with Tinman's sophisticated cool wave pop and we climax with the frightening scene stealer 'Mankind Failed' from Motiivi:Tuntematon.
Briefcase on Sheffield Dance - Various - 14 Tracks Deep Into Move D passenger seat, bimmer purring, let's go. This 14 track selection offers a personal and highly selective look at the label throughout the years, hopefully encapsulating the thread that runs through its eclectic, deep and so often inspirational catalogue.
Alongside Berlin's Hard Wax family of labels it would seem that Rush Hour have really framed themselves with a mark of consistency, innovation and quality that's become increasingly rare in electronic music Of course, there's always been a symbiosis at work, with long established links and sound exchanges between Detroit and Berlin's Heroin House, Warp's Artificial Intelligence movement and Holland's Eevolute to name just three.
The French Song - Various - CBS The Music Sampler - Volume 2, I Love You - Frank Mitchell - Fastlane Fox Hunter, Red Rain (E-Coli Mix) - Omni Trio - Skeleton Keys (Vinyl, Album), Wicked World - Dyer Street - West Coast Tragedy