As you probably know by now, Remulak has a new album and it’s full of very nice pieces of music, like this latest single which was released this morning. It coincides with the album’s release, which I will be writing more about shortly, but for now make the most of Down The River and its wonderfully calming influence. The video was made by Rivkah Hannah. Flourish is out now.
A beautiful offering from Remulak here, as he teases us with the lead single from his forthcoming album, Flourish. It’s somewhat of a departure from the instrumental hip hop that has quite rightfully done so well for the Village Live co-founder over the years, with this latest project striding down new avenues of live instrumentation. On Columbine Flowers, piano is the driving force as the track opens with some bold keys, before vocal samples float in and the beat breaks through. It’s a hell of an opening gambit for an album that looks set to be another jewel in Remulak’s crown. Streams of Columbine Flowers are available and I’ll have more news on the album soon.
Good to see Remulak back in the lab again, as he drops off his latest single. Solway Spaceman is the first we’ve heard from the Village Live producer since his Scrambled Eggs beat tape, which was released back in February. Hopefully this new joint is a sign that a new full length is not too far behind. You can stream Solway Spaceman below and other streaming/download options are also available. Continue reading “Remulak: Solway Spaceman”
A recently excavated instrumental project from Remulak, as he dusts off a selection of beats he made between 2001-2003. Scrambled Eggs was originally made on Fruity Loops 3.0 and Soundforge 5.0, then rejuvenated on the Maschine MK3 giving the jazzy numbers a new shine. You can stream it in full below, with downloads available on Bandcamp. Continue reading “Remulak: Scrambled Eggs (Stream)”
Yesterday I shared the promo mix for the upcoming album from Remulak and today I get to bring you a new video from the project. Division is one of the gems that have been excavated from the vault to be given new life on One. The album is due for release on 13 August and pre-orders are available now via Village Live.
Remulak recently announced the release of his latest album and in typical Village Live fashion, there is a nice little promo mix from Evil Ed to tide us over until the drop. The album is a collection of tracks from Remulak’s archives, which he made between 2005-2018. Pre-orders went up last night over at the Village Live store, with the release scheduled for 13 August. Continue reading “Remulak: One (Promo Mix)”
Following on from last year’s Earth LP, Remulak is already back in our ears with a new album entitled Night Sessions. The Village Live producer treated us to the first glimpse of the project yesterday with the release of Windy City and its accompanying video. The album is going to be available over on the Village Live store from 12 February.
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.
Nice serving of hip hop and soul fusion from Remulak’s new LP, Earth. Passing Time features beautiful vocals from Australian singer, Melody Myla. You can cop the full album here.
Tasty little mini-mix from Evil Ed, acting as a preview for the new Remulak LP, which is released later today on Village Live Records. More instrumental focus than his last offerings, only two features made the cut this time – Brooklyn MC, Justo and Australian vocalist, Melody Myla. Earth is being released on three formats, with 100 limited edition splattered vinyl among them. For more info on the release and for all pre-orders, head over the Village Live store. Continue reading “Remulak: Earth LP Preview Mix”