One of the artists i grew up with is Erykah Badu. I have always listend to the vibes of Bag Lady, On & On or her latest single Window Seat. Her unique, soulful and funkadelic voice always makes it a pleasure to listen to her music. Because of all that copyright issues i decided to show you my favourite Badu remixes. If you have more suggestions just leave a comment…
Posted by nick / Filed under Electronic, Lo-Fi, This Is?
Gacha is an electronic music producer straight from Tbilisi, Georgia. He’s currently signed to R&S Records one of the most forward thinking electronic music record labels nowadays. His music mostly consists of a mixture between deep bass, lovley lo-fi synths, a well-directed use of pitched vocals and future garage rhythmics. His playing on the guitar brings his vibes to perfection. To listen to more from Gacha click on “read more”.
Posted by mrks / Filed under Album Review, Hip-Hop, Rap
Posted by nick / Filed under Electronic, Experimental, Garage
Old one from Curren$y. Dope beat, dope rap, dope tune. Did you already hear about the latest beef between Curren$y and his old managment. Take a look at TMZ.com.
Posted by nick / Filed under Chillwave, Experimental, Funk, Lo-Fi
Dreams. ain’t “a series of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations occurring involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep” in this case. It’s an artist based in the West of the USA producing some really wicked socalled Butterwave, 80s funk. Take a listen and make sure not missing something which lets you fall into deep hypnotic sleep.
Posted by nick / Filed under Electronic, Hip-Hop, R&B
Posted by nick / Filed under Ambient, Chillstep, Electronic
Matias Saabye Køedt aka Galimatias released his latest EP ‘Luna Soul’ today. The EP delivers a variety of sounds, ranging from melancholic piano-based pieces to more synth-heavy productions. Common for these tracks is the melancholic feeling they evoke. Take a night stroll, gaze at the stars, and this music will invite you to ponder about life. Music is distributed by Loodma Recordings.
Posted by nick / Filed under Electronic, Experimental
No surprise, that what rises when Burial and Four Tet collaborate is pure magic. The British Dubstep wonder Burial and the experimental producer Four Tet already collaborated three years ago which ended up with the two track single “Moth/Wolf Club”.