Archive for the month “December, 2014”

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Just a word to say thank you all for your support. Thanks to all the artists for making 2014 another fantastic year for music, thanks to you all for sending me music, thanks to the promotion teams and most of thank you to all the readers without you we are nothing.
2015 will be another great year full of new wonders and treats. Hold tight!

See you next year


Telemachus – The Banquet (Remixes & Oddities)


As a tasty little christmas present, Telemachus has just released ‘The Banquet’, a collection of remixes and other productions all for free download.
Featuring the London producers remix of Tame Impala, Action Bronson, Lana Del Ray and some extra unreleased tracks of his own, this is the perfect christmas present.
Don’t forget to grab the ‘In Morocco’ album while you’re at it, you won’t regret it.

Strange U – Leviathan

Strange U are back again! Yes this group have a remarkable work rate and still keep the quality right up there.
‘Leivathan’ deals with the recent police and race issues and is yours for free download, along with a new video too. Hopefully the Strange ones will continue their rapid musical assault throughout 2015.

Burgundy Blood – Out The Box (Mongrels Remix ft Kid Acne)

Burgundy Blood have been releasing a shed load of videos gearing up for the release of their, ‘Suede Crates’ lp in the new year. Here is the brief snippet of the Mongrels remixes of the track, ‘Out The Box’. The track already features Konny Kon and Chalk (check the original video out here) but this new remix also adds Kid Acne to the mix.
Visit the Heavy Crates website to pre-order the album now!

The Doom Brotherz – Inside The Man In The Mask video

Check out the new video from The Doom Brotherz for their track, ‘Inside The Man In The Mask’. The track is taken from the excellent album, ‘The Mystery of the Phantom Flames’ released earlier this year.

VA – Two Syllables Volume Eleven

First W2sylord Records once again treat us to a nice Christmas present, the eleventh instalment of the ‘Two Syllables’ compilations.
Featuring brand new tracks from the likes of Frameworks, Mr Thing, Essa, Fulgeance & DJ Scientist and more, this is all yours for free download, now!

Chairman Maf – Paint

UK producepaintr Chairman Maf is back with his brand new album, ‘Paint’.
Last year saw the release of his second instrumental  album, ‘1976’, he has worked with Dirty Dike, Kingpin, Inja, Skuff, StakkaLyrics, Big Cakes, Skillit as well as the recent EP with Cyclonious called ‘The Hostile Leadership’.
‘Paint’ draws heavily on soul, cinematic sound scapes and raw boom bap hip hop. There is a real emotional feel to the music on offer here, with many of the tracks dealing with the introspective themes such as love, life and relationships.  It is definitely refreshing to hear hip hop music based around heart felt emotions rather than money, sex and partying.
Chairman Maf treads the ground between DJ Shadows heavy drums and J Dilla’s soulful grooves, hard enough for all the hard core heads, but with enough soul and smoothness it will appeal to listeners out side the grimey hip hop fans.
‘Paint’ is available now on limited edition cassette release on Brainfood Records, or digitally direct from Mafs bandcamp page.
Definitely one for all the head nodders to check out, you won’t be dissapointed!



Monophonics – I’d Be Nowhere Today

Those funmonoky freakers, Monophonics have just given us an early Christmas present. The group have covered the Nu People’s 1969 track, ‘I’d Be Nowhere Today’ and are giving it away for free via their bandcamp site.
This is a great slice of psychedelic funky soul, check the video out here and grab your free download below.


Telemachus – Sidi Ifni video

The new video for ‘Sidi Ifni’ taken from Telemachus’ new album,  ‘In Morocco’ out now on YNR Productions.

Jon Kennedy Federation presents Pour Feliciter

The “Jon Kennedy Federation” and Prague based “Tancici kuchyne” , or “Dancing Kitchen”, have teamed up to bring you this FREE DOWNLOAD to celebrate the new year…

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