21-year-old Atu comes to us from Ann Arbor, Michigan courtesy of Sango. When we first heard Atu’s music, we were blown away with his clear 90′s r&b influences and diverse future sound. The Malawian producer delicately fuses bass and soul, adding his signature, elegant vocal sampling to the mix.
A collection of The Beatles’ advertising in the past.
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New Mixtape by b.east full of Bill Cosby vibes and samples. “Been making beats since February 2011 and haven’t even scratched the surface of my potential. Get with the movement now, no stragglers will be picked up when the ball gets rolling.” – b.east
Fell madly in love with this incredible set by Cape Town based Djane Alexandra Chouette. The set is a perfect minimal, dreamy mix with a subtle south-american accent. Proper headphones/speakers and closed eyes highly recommended!
Head over to her soundcloud to listen to even more greatness.
Diffusion – Dave Echo
Floating – Dave Echo
Emerging Wildlife – Deer
Like I wasn’t there – Sekuoia
Quedo – IamLoco
Desolation – Unkown
Synaesthetic – Desolate (FauxPas Musik)
Nocturne dans la nuit – David Douglas
Why didn’t you save me (live) – Nicolas Jaar feat. Will Epstein and Dave Harrington)
Para(sol) – Nicolas Jaar & Soul Keita
Shoot the Sun – Norken & Deer (Tony Futures Double Vision Remix)
Organic Mango – Dwig & Deer (Future II Giegling)
Brownies – Greenville Massive
California Poppy – David Douglas
Rituals – Sekuoia
Stare – Ólafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm (Max Cooper Remix)
Thnx – Mmoths
Listen to the set here.
From humble beginnings in England, to touring the US, making girls faint when they even got a glimpse of their mop tops, and selling out entire baseball stadiums — The Beatles have done it all. This graphic looks at exactly how well The Beatles’ albums have sold since their inception in the early 60s.
Following their video for The Stampede aka Insane Office Escape a couple of years ago, Russian indie-punk band Biting Elbows are back with another action-packed violent POV video, for their new song Bad Motherf**ker.
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Director James Tonkin of Hangman Studios London (Archive, Placebo, Björk, Robbie Williams, Duran Duran) talks to Alex Maragos about the making of Coldplay LIVE 2012 Concert Film.
‘Coloured Dreams’ display the many sides of Beatsofreen, as he moves effortlessly from more traditional Dilla-esque beats to experimental forms like the intro track ‘Behind Us.’ His ability to subtly blend different instrumentations, while keeping the entire structure intact is really what caught our ears. We are definitely sure this will be the start of many good releases to come from this man on Darker Than Wax.