Archives for posts with tag: producer

Dopecal & Ghost McGradyKids feat. Jevita Rene ///

Shabazz PalacesQuazarz: Born on a Gangster Star ///

The HeliocentricsThe Sunshine Makers OST ///

???? (To be Annouced) – Les Sourdes Oreilles (My Bags Release) ///


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Madlib began Yesterdays New Quintet in 2000, releasing the album Angles Without Edges in 2001. As the group progressed, a plan was developed for each of the band members to release “solo” records and to introduce new members and groups into what would be called “Yesterdays Universe”. Stones Throw Records recently uploaded some of the essential Yesterday’s New Quintet releases to their bandcamp. We thought our followers would enjoy discovering or revisiting these amazing pieces that are now available for streaming.




Beatpete & DigitallucVinyl Session #64 (beatmaker special) ///

Le MotelOka (Cosmic Compositions Vinyl EP) ///

Acorn TapesAcorn Curated 01 ///

 

Paxico RecordsPhiladelphia in the Summer of 64 (featuring Josh Hey, Mogillah, Sigmund Washington, Stainless Steele) ///

 

MoGiLLaH@mfdoom.edu (GodsConnect video) ///

AdjamanSmaller Things (Cosmic Compositions cassette) ///

 

NxWorries (Knxwledge & Anderson Paak) – Link Up & Suede EP ///

EwoneeRadiance ///

 

Young Montana? electronic producer from the UK first started getting a buzz in the electronic music scene when Mary Anne Hobbs was calling him the up and coming artist to check for a little over a year ago on BBC radio 1. Since then YM? has dropped a full length album Limerence on Alpha Pup records. Here he is with his latest unofficial release (streaming only), a series of remixes from 2011 – 2012.

Lapalux, experimental/electronic producer from the UK releases the first single “Forgetting and Learning Again (feat. Kerry Leatham)” from his new EP Some Other Time which comes out October 16th on Flying Lotus’ Label Brainfeeder.

 

YIKES the ZERO, Hip-hop MC/Producer out of Philadelphia, PA drops a full length album titled “A Kid and His Monsters”. The album showcases YIKE’s distinct voice and wordplay with villain/comic book like production. The sound is reminiscent of 92′-94′ hip hop  style with a progressive approach; sort of like jeep beats steez for 2013. The sound is very rich and and original and the production allows your ear to find something new on the replay. Make sure to give it a listen and tell your friends about Yikes the zero.