This weeks Robot Bodypop show serves up more freebies than ever. Killian selects cuts from fresh producers Panda and Geode, a double header from Quantum Soul and some jungle vibes from Hi Fidel Cartel. They are stacked in between tracks that move through the vibes with some new beats and some oldies and this is topped off with this weeks Survivor.
1nejack moves in a different direction with some exclusive tracks most notably from Wolf Cub and Silent Dust. Theres some bassweight in there from RDubz, Eggchan and Major Lazor and a couple of grimy numbers from both selectors from Biome and Priceless. The latter featuring Wiley on mic duties.
No guestmix on this weekss selection as we have no space amongst all the beats we’re spinning but expect the Transmit selections to resume soon. Listen, share and enjoy.
Fate – Panda
On The Run – TGS (Horsepower RMX)
Punisher – Pinch (Loefah SE25 RMX))
Raising The Heat – Biome ft. Fugzi
Karnak – Quantum Soul
Reminisce – Quantum Soul
Subway – Cauze & Kbeats
Four – Numbernin6
Transfix – Geode
In The Sky – Author
Calle F – Mala
How Far – Hi Fidel Cartel
Blindspot – Submotion Orchestra (Opta Block RMX)
Maybe – Nkilla (Tronical RMX)
Phyre – DJ Hoodcore
Crystal Clear (Feat. Wiley) – Priceless
Roland Garros – Wolf Cub
Population Me (Feat. Self Says) – Silent Dust
EFX – Teengirl Fantasy feat. Kelela
Get Free – Major Lazer
Twin Rays (Worst Friends Remix) – Gung Ho
Cool Party – Groundislava
Bourbon Flush – Aeolho
Oblivious – Eggchan
Can’t Spend The Day Without You – Enigma Dubz
Shadows – Walter Ego
Set Off (Ina Dance Mix) – Walter Ego feat. Trim
Moody – RDubz
Climax (Distinction Refix) – Usher
Just a few tracks for free this week but they are varied, solid and more importantly legal because thats how we roll on the Robot Bodypop show. Digging out the freebies so you don’t have to.
First up is a deep dubstep track from young Accrington based Epoxy named ‘Cut Off’. Clean production and fierce sounds make this a must-have. Bag it from the Autopsy Audio Soundcloud page and there’s plenty of other free cuts on there too. Indulge.
Next up is another example of why Bandcamp is a badman source for music both free and paid. ‘Sun For Days’ by Fetch features on this weeks Robot Bodypop show and comes part of a 5 track E.P entitled The Formula Vol.1. Summer vibes going on with some slick guitar hooks. Lovely warm riddim. You can bag it for free but it’s nice to chuck these guys even just a quid for their trouble. Do it. Do it now. All 5 cuts are dope.
Yes Yes! Really excited about this weeks Robot Bodypop show. Not least because of the badman selection but it also marks the start of the Transmit exclusive mixes. Each one promises to be a showcase of artists, labels or vocalists talents with some very special guests in the coming weeks. Starting us off is the mighty Clueless from Norway.
Alongside the Transmit mix theres tracks from Heny G, the mighty Dem A Talk by Compa, some older bits from HotFlush and Ox Rider Records as well as some newer cuts from Dispatch Recordings with Dabs & Saffire and a serious Clubroot riddim. Chuck all this in the mix with some killer freebies. Get locked.
Dem A Talk – Compa
Unknown – Pure Woman
Finest Hour – Submotion Orchestra (Planas RMX)
Sunlit – Whistla
Francoise – Asa With Joyful Lips
Brood – Boxcutter
Scars – Clubroot
The Skinny – Vlsson (Blynk remix)
Conquerer – j:kenzo (Heny g remix)
Miaow – Habstrakt & Badjokes (War & Mateba RMX)
Time Carrier – Dubs & Saffire
Those Days – Sumgii
To Me – Bjork (Compa RMX)
Deep – Mr Skank Sinatra
Damn Social – Pale
Pyre – Throwing Snow
Pressure (Alternative Mix) – LDZ & Matta feat. Stig Of The Dump
TRANSMIT #1 : CLUELESS
Mandy – Palace
Looking At You – Kowton
Sweat (Jon Convex Mix) – Presk Cinnaman
What’s There – Dauwd
Shorty – Trevino
Armageddon – Palace
Night (Duncan Powell Mix) – Viers
Heard It Through The Grapevine (Loftmind Remix) – Marvin Gaye
Posh – Clueless
Pop – Clueless
LDZ aka London Zoo starts off the giveaway this week with beat maestro Sumgii with the Daddy McFree EP. Peep the preview then bag the full thing at Blocsonic. It’s mint.
Next up is the Radio Los Santos free EP from Habstrakt and Badjokes featuring the cut featured on this weeks show remixed by War & Mateba.
Following on, the man Compa gave up this Bjork remix as a thank you for 1000 Twitter followers. Can’t go wrong with the mental Icelander on vocal duties because frankly, she’s awesome. Couple that with Compas midas touch. Love it.
Some killer freebies this week as well as us delving into the vaults for a few older tunes including some class jungle numbers by Breakage and Codename John. Add in the odd remix as well as the usual blend of deep vibes and experimental electronica from the likes of James Welsh, Terrafonix, Jaques Greene and more and you’ve got a healthy slice of Robot Bodypop traditional.
Alone In The Darkness – Artikal
Hunter – Ekaros
Danger – V.I.V.E.K
Wheres The Drop – Numbernin9
Cosmos – Goth Trad
In All My Days – Hwood
Stepping Stones – Kryptic Minds
4 Me – Breakage
Warned – Codename John
Path Of Jah – Terrafonix
Mob Mentality – Ipman
I am (Brero Remix) – Trim
Wrench – Clueless
Surge (Two Fingers Remix) – Amon Tobin
Real Hip Hop (James Welsh’s Landerneua Mix) – Das Efx
On That Dust – Hostage
What You Do (Hottest By Far) (Mista Men Remix) – The Fives
Dreams – Hostage
Sundown – Phaeleh
Clockworks – My Nu Leng
Arrow (feat. Koreless) – Jacques Greene
The Yearn – Pale
Toxic People (Neokortex Remix) – Kung Fused
So Will Be Now – John Talabot feat. Pional
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