Friday, 25 July 2014

Rail Road Main (Bill Withers vs C.love)

Very nice nip and tuck of Bill Withers 'Rail Road Man' from C Love; sounds particularly good in the sunshine.

Thursday, 24 July 2014

Egon Rock Mix

A very wigged out mix from Egon, part of the Rappcats/Stones Throw crew. Here he explains his inspiration for it;

"This is a mix of late 60s to mid 70s rock music from all over the world: America to Germany to Japan and everywhere in-between. It's the type of rock Madlib used for the Rock Konducta records, and is a mixture of the incredibly rare and random dollar bin finds that makes crate digging in the rock idiom so much fun. A lot of this is underground (one example was literally recorded by Dusseldorf twenty-somethings in a bomb-shelter, a literally exorcising of Nazi demons through Krautrock), and some of it is from bands that had pop aspirations but recorded something heavy and probably a bit odd as the one-off awesome track on an otherwise forgettable album"

Get your freak on:

Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Donato Dozzy - K



A much needed reissue of Donato Dozzy's 'K' via Further records; effectively two sides of Aphex style ambience with a little techno kick. Grab it here.


Ian Dury- Girls (Watching)

Wednesday, 9 July 2014

NE154: Pye Corner Audio x Not Waving

The split Pye Corner Audio/Not Waving spy themed 12 is due at the end of this month, they have put together an excellent mixtape for Self Titled magazine highlighting some wonderful music. Listen below


A Winged Victory for the Sullen- Atmos VI

A Winged Victory for the Sullen return in October with their new record 'ATMOS'. The album came about in unusual fashion:

Wayne McGregor, founder of Random Dance Company and resident choreographer at the Royal Ballet, chose to play the album repeatedly during practices with his core group of dancers. After noticing the group's reaction with the music, he contacted Adam and Dustin to see if they could write the score for his new oeuvre. The duo were given complete artistic freedom and they treated the score with the same care and attention as their debut album. They recorded more than sixty minutes of music over a four-month period during the summer of 2013 across studios in Brussels, Berlin and Reykjavik, with the help of their long time collaborative sound engineer Francesco Donadello. During the recording process they realised, that this would become their official second studio album. McGregor provided them with the inspiration to expand their sound palette into more electronic territory, whilst keeping their signature chamber sound, resulting in a very unique record.

“As a wise man once said, one who procrastinates their own choosing will inevitably have their choice served to them by circumstance. We had virtually no time for second guessing ourselves. That being said, we tried to balance the discordance between being creative, and fulfilling our duties for a commissioned soundtrack with a very strict deadline, and all the while staying true to our collective melancholy.‘’ – Adam Bryanbaum Wiltzie