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.
Soundphiles continue the exclusive mixes with Mancunian bass music producer, Dom Hz. Doms live sets make it clear that the boundaries of modern bass music are there to be blurred as he moves through vibes with intent. Alongside his own productions and remixes, Dom is also part of the collective, Joe Kalius which fuses the minds of DJ’s, producers and vocalists into one live experience and his recent side project, Stak One, which allows him to be more experimental, is also throwing up some incredible results. Accompanying the mix is an in depth interview where he goes to to explain each part of this solid repertoire. Lock in.
01. Looking to the Sky – DJ Rum (outro)
02. On The Way (Dom Hz rmx) – Shadowfax
03. KingFisher – RSD
04. Koto – Dom Hz
05. Dot 2 Dot – Skittles (acapella)
06. Tripped (Synkro rmx) – DFRNT
07. Secrets (Dom Hz rmx) – Numan
08. Nevaeh – Indigo
09. Extensive Damage – Dom Hz
10. Big Long Gun rmx – Mrk 1
11. I Know – Dom Hz
12. Back Then – Synkro
13. Wikidest Sound – Dom Hz
14. Natural High – Biome ft. Fox
15. Luv U – Dom Hz
16. All Yours (Jack Sparrow rmx) – Submotion Orchestra
17. Elevator Skank – Dom Hz
18. Why Don’t You – Dom Hz
19. No Mercy – Twisted
20. Blue – Dom Hz
21. Illegal Power – Biome
22. Oldskool Taktikz – Dom Hz
23. Strong Dub – Radikal Guru
24. Time (Dom Hz rmx) – Chase & Status
25. Levitate – Indigo ft. Chunky
26. Everyday Dreamer – Dom Hz
27. Pinar – Thelem
28. But I.. – Dom Hz
29. Tarzan – J Beatz, Badness & Shizzle
30. Warlock (Dom Hz rmx) – Biome
31. Living Like I Do – SBTRKT
32. Make You – Stak One
A very strong free download from this US producer. With Paradise (to be) Regained featured on last weeks Robot Bodypop show, its easier to let the people over at Silenced Music do the talking for this free 4 track EP!
Let’s call this future garage? There’s a piano, syncopated rhythms, beat-skipping kick drums and spaced out vocal samples.
Lunova Labs (USA) made this release purposefully for the Silenced netlabel. It was inspired by a philosophical movement, called transcendentalism, which developed in the 19th century. Among the transcendentalists’ core beliefs was the inherent goodness of both man and nature. Transcendentalists believed that society and its institutions – particularly organized religion and political parties – ultimately corrupted the purity of the individual. They had faith that man is at his best when truly “self-reliant” and independent. Each song is titled off of a piece of work written by some of the leading figures of the movement.
The album breaths spirituality and mystery. I dare you to hit the repeat button. You’ll find yourself back on the moon.