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I am very pleased to bring you the premiere of the latest video from Village Live Records. Transmit is the lead single from the label’s forthcoming release, which is a collaborative effort between Ded Tebiase and Ash The Author. Tebiase is no stranger to Village Live, having released his accalaimed solo album, Landspeed, on there back in 2017. One of the many highlights of that album was the track, Yeah, featuring Ash The Author and which brings us nicely back to this new release. Read the rest of this entry »

Another sure shot from the Village, as DJ Obsolete returns to the label with a new full-length project. The Mandela Effect II sees the German producer uniting with various US MCs, including Jake GHNM who provides some exemplary lyricism on Outlined in Chalk. Other names on the album include MC Gels, E.T.E.L. and Finsta, all of which you can hear below, where the album is available to stream in full. You can also find physicals over at the Village Live store. Read the rest of this entry »

Fantastic union of talent here, as The Natural Curriculum’s Aver teams up with self-described Berlin-based dystopian jazz band, Move 78, for two new singles. The group features a trio of exceptional musicians, including Doron Segal, who recently released his own jazz album on Village Live. As well as more traditional jazz themes, the two pieces also embrace the more modern art of sampling, thanks to Aver’s love (and skill) for the discipline. You can stream the two singles below and digital downloads are available on Bandcamp. Read the rest of this entry »

Tasty cut from the recent collaboration between Cappo and Cyrus Malachi, as a new video emerges for Aqua Lungi. The track is produced by DJ Drinks and can be found on the Postmodernism LP, which is out now on Village Live. The video was made by Ringz Ov Saturn.

Wrong Channels is the latest video from Doron Segal and his recent debut jazz masterpiece, The Addition Of Strangeness. The album was released in full on Friday and is available to buy over at the Village Live store.

The ever-reliable Village Live Records are just about to release their next album and this time it’s another healthy flex of their jazz muscles. The Addition Of Strangeness is the very accomplished debut from Israeli jazz pianist Doron Segal and arrives at the perfect time, as jazz continues through its recently revitalised renaissance period.
The album boasts a number of marvels and high-points, including a marvellous reworking of the Soundgarden classic, Black Hole Sun. As well as Doron’s own proficiency on the keys, he is also joined by Daniel Dor on drums and Tom Berkmann on bass. Pre-orders for The Addition Of Strangeness went live yesterday and the full release is scheduled for 8 February. You can hear a promo mix for the album below. Read the rest of this entry »

Village Live are preparing to release their first record of 2019, in the form of Klim Beats and his Crystals LP. More instrumental delights from the Ukrainian producer, as he follows up his 2018 stunner, Natural. Below you can find a nice little promo mix from Hans Scratch, which will give you a bit more insight into what the project has in store. Pre-orders for the album went live on Monday, with the vinyl available in black and purple (as above). The official release date is set for 11 January. Read the rest of this entry »

Village Live are finishing off another triumphant year with a collaborative album from two of the UK’s most respected lyricists. Postmodernism will unite Cappo and Cyrus Malachi, alongside production from some more of the scene’s top ranks including Evil Ed, Chemo and Wytfang. Pre-orders went live on Monday, including a limited edition vinyl run. If you want to get an idea of the levels at work here, you can check the promo mix below courtesy of Evil Ed. Read the rest of this entry »

Brilliant live rendition of the title track from AVER’s latest album, as he brings his new band, MOVE 78, into the mix. As well as AVER himself, the band is made up of Nir Sabag on drums, Hal Strewe on bass and Doron Segal on keys. The full album is available now on Village Live Records.

Another great track from the recent Aver album, Dressed For CCTV. The Fear Of Being Offline is actually a remix of a track by an Argentinian band of the same name. The video was made by Ja-m-es. Dressed For CCTV is out now on Village Live Records.