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Bradford and Croydon connect on this nice little collab from 2LATE and HashFinger. If Diluted is anything to go by, a full release from the duo would be the stuff of legends. You can stream the track below. Read the rest of this entry »

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Pleased to see more music coming from one of my favourite UK producers. Morriarchi has been behind some great beats over the years, including his recent LP with Stinkin Slumrok and Brainwave Canvas with Sniff from 2013, as well as Buggzville Sessions from last year. But he has also put out a steady stream of solo instrumental projects, which should not be ignored. These include Restbyte, Weight and now F.O.T.U.
F.O.T.U (Flashdance On The Universe) features more of that classic Morri sound with a few of the beats expanding into some wavier sonic territories. There is also a nice little visual aid for each of the beats, using old video footage to maintain the tape’s aesthetic. F.O.T.U is available to stream below and downloads are available here.

Ded Tebiase looks set to continue the success of his Seventy Five LP with his latest offering, Landspeed. The album is going to be up for pre-order on 2 October and yesterday gave us the first proper glimpse, as Village Live released a video for Miss Groves. The great visual work comes courtesy of Damo Griff. Pre-orders will be available from the Village Live store.

Things get weird in the new video from Chairman Maf and his excellent Alcoholic Soul album. The album is available to buy now on Gorilla Finger Records.

This is probably my favourite video from Chairman Maf so far. He decided to make it himself to cut some costs and it worked out a treat. Filth is the next track to be lifted from his recent Alcoholic Soul album, which is out now on Gorilla Finger Records.

Check out this tasty little video for another gem from Chairman Maf’s recent album, Alcoholic Soul. Dmitri Dominique is the brains behind the visuals. The album is available to buy here.

NY indie favourite, ELUCID, is back at it with another album release, following on from January’s sublime, Valley of Grace. Horse Latitude is an instrumental project, with 11 tracks showcasing ELUCID’s varied soundscapes, ranging from the ethereal to the left-field, all threaded with the same vein of dope. You can stream the album below and downloads are available here. Read the rest of this entry »

Another new video from the excellent Aver album, Die Berlin Dateien. The LP is available from Village Live Records, with vinyl shipments starting tomorrow.

Another day, another bit of audio visual joy from Village Live. This time round it’s the next excerpt from Remulak’s recent debut LP, Earth. Tales Up Quicksie Hill is more of that same relaxing head nod instrumental goodness, that has made Remulak a definite producer’s producer. Earth is available to buy here.

Village Live continue their recent run of formidable instrumental releases, with the latest album from Aver. Perhaps best known as the head producer of hip hop collective, The Natural Curriculum, Aver made the album while living in Berlin. That explains the German speech samples laced throughout the project, which are backed up with syncopated drum breaks and cuts from his fellow TNC family members. Check out the mini-mix below as well as the first video from the album, Portale. You can download Die Berlin Dateien here. Read the rest of this entry »