Nosaj Thing at Festival de Arte Digital

If you’re a regular visitor to this site, you’ve probably seen a handful of videos of Nosaj Thing‘s live visuals.

This one was recorded at last year’s Festival de Arte Digital in Belo Horizonte and I think it’s the first I’ve seen in which Jason talks a bit about the visuals.

For more footage of Nosaj Thing shows, check out the links below this post!

Matta – Release The Freq

Alright, I guess it’s pretty obvious I’m not posting this for the love of the music, but I really like the video Norwegian Kim Holm came up with for London based producer Matta. If you like deers more than wobbling basslines, you might want to turn off your sound first.

However, if you actually are into the music, it was released last year on this album.

Caribou – Jamelia

Coming from Video Marsh collective, which was already responsible for the video to Odessa, the latest from Caribou has landed on several video sites on the internet.

The track is, of course, taken from last year’s Swim album. For a different twist of that, check out this semi-official remix album by Altrice.

Sotu the Traveller – Verbs

With Left, Dutch producer Sotu the Traveller delivered one of the finest, yet most overlooked albums of last year. If you’re among those who missed it, I strongly advise listening to the track below – and getting the rest of the album.

You can download this beautiful piece of music free of charge and get more of Sotu’s music on Bandcamp.

And while we’re at it: to find out more about Sotu, check out this video with the man.

Musique Large 2007-2010

It’s the first compilation by Musique Large, it’s full of good music and to make it extra large it comes for free. Featuring music from the last three years, including artists such as dÉbruit, Fulgeance, Ghislain Poirier, Charles Trees, Dorian Concept and Huess.

01. Charles Trees – The Dream (Baron Retif & Concepcion Perez Remix)
02. Débruit – Gros
03. Fulgeance – I Luv U
04. Ghislain Poirier – Slow Fat
05. Charles Trees – Majhongg
06. Fulgeance – Chopped & Screwed
07. Fulgeance – Chico (Dorian Concept Remix)
08. Débruit – Roi TV
09. Fulgeance – I Luv U (Huess Remix)

Download this brilliant compilation over at Bandcamp and subscribe to the La Mixette podcast series if you haven’t already!

(via YSK)

Philpot Records 50

Stuttgart’s Philpot Records celebrates its 50th release with tracks from Move D, Juju & Jordash, The Reboot Joy Confession, Roman Rauch & Bartellow, Ike and Tim Toh.

A1. Tim Toh – Floral
A2. Ike – Throwbackmusic ’94
B1. Roman Rauch – Lemme Get There (feat. Bartellow)
B2. Tom Ellis – New Mode
C1. The Reboot Joy Confession – O
C2. Juju & Jordash – Tanglefoot
D1. Move D – Untitled Detroit

Vinyl-only and limited to only 250 copies, you better be quick on this one. I’ve spotted copies over at Juno, Rush Hour and Clone.

Huess – What It Cost EP

It’s already been out for a while, but the latest Huess should not stay unmentioned in this place. Released on Inaudible Answer in early December, “What It Cost” is available now on 12-inch and in digital formats.

Listen to the snippets:
01. Broke
02. 1-800 Wake Up
03. I’d Rather Be the Hunter
04. A Simple Method (Bonus Beats)
05. Gak (Fulgeance Remix)
06. I’d Rather Be the Hunter (Kelpe Remix)

The label states that “copies of the 12” are extremely limited so pre-orders are a must to avoid disappointment.” You can place your order for that vinyl in the Huess Bandcamp or buy the instant download from the spot. Oh, and the 12-inch purchase includes a free download in a format of your choice!

Tokimonsta – Autumn Heat

Tokimonsta - Autumn Heat

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Recently voted as hottest female DJ in Los Angeles, Brainfeeder associate Tokimonsta has put out a new mix CD. Now limited to 500 copies in worldwide sale, “Autumn Heat” was previously on sale on Alpha Pup tour through Asia.

Unfortunately, the CD comes without tracklist, it features music from “Flying Lotus, Andreya Triana, Mike Slott, Lunice, J Dilla, Dimlite, Teebs, James Blake, Ras G, Daedelus, Dâm Funk, Computer Jay, Samiyam and all that jazz.”

I have spotted copies at Sounds of the Universe, Rush Hour and Boomkat, but you might find it as well at your favourite spot.

Elan Tamara & Dimitri Grimm – For Medals

We love sharing the latest Dimlite news with you, especially if they come free like the For Medals EP. Together with Elan Tamara, the Swiss producer recorded “three sweet songs as a present.”

Get the full release on Dimlite’s Bandcamp, easy as pie!

(via Gimme5)

Moonstarr – The Archive

Toronto’s Moonstarr is back with a collection of rare and unreleased music. “The Archive” collects some tracks that were previously out on vinyl only, such as the classic Detriot on Sonar Kollektiv, a contribution to Groovement’s Transcendances compilation, or his own Greed Remix from 2002’s The Dupont Remixes on Compost Records. The second half is made of previously unreleased tracks, ranging from deep techno to broken beats and some drum&bass.

01. Take It Back
02. Detriot
03. Don’t Sweat It
04. Greed Remix
05. Nasdaq
06. Mars
07. The Recipe
08. Running
09. Scarborough RT

You can get the digital-only release directly from Public Transit, iTunes, Juno Download or maybe the merchant of your choice.

Let me also mention Beyondjazz’s all new podcast, which puts the Spotlight on Moonstarr – and nothing but Moonstarr!

Update Oh, and I should also mention the cover was designed by Nik Brovkin

Label Love Vol. 2

International labels Tru Thoughts, Ninja Tune, Ubiquity, One-Handed Music, Melting Pot and Plug Research have teamed up once again to present a new Label Love compilation. Like before, the second installment will feature selected tracks from each of the labels – and will be available as free download.01. Hidden Orchestra – Wandering
02. Sonnymoon – Blast Off
03. Full Crate – Never Never
04. Paul White – Every Breath
05. Jed and Lucia – Painted Stars Refix
06. Bilal – Lost My Mind
07. Maddslinky – Ruled By Your Motions
08. Ahu – To:Love
09. Miles Bonny X The Ins – J Birly
10. Jono McCleery – Tomorrow

You can get “Label Love Vol. 2” from Bandcamp starting tomorrow, until then the link will not work.

Nosaj Thing at Mapping Festival

Following Los Angeles, Amsterdam, São Paulo and probably many more, we bring you some live footage of Nosaj Thing recorded at Geneva’s Mapping Festival.

I can never get tired watching these, I hope you feel the same way too!

(via 92bpm)

Richard Spaven – Spaven’s 5ive

London’s Richard Spaven, who has played with everyone from Robert Mitchell to Flying Lotus, Kaidi Tatham to Mark de Clive-Lowe, has finally completed his first solo album.

The album is only the first release in a series of mini-albums on the Jazz re:freshed label. And starting tomorrow, Spaven’s 5ive should be out in stores. In any case you can grab yourself a copy at the official release party, taking place at Mau Mau Bar on December 9, 2010.

Floating Points Ensemble – Post Suite

Floating Points Ensemble - Post Suite

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In just two weeks time, Ninja Tune will release the anticipated Post Suite/Almost in Profile by London’s Floating Points Ensemble. You heard both tracks, recorded at the legendary Abbey Road Studios, on Ninja Tune’s anniversary compilaton from earlier this year. For the first time they are available on 10-inch vinyl and give a first glimpse of what to expect from the full album.

A. Post Suite
B. Almost in Profile

You can already buy the digital release, the record will follow on December 13, 2010. Though it seems If Music already got some copies.

(via Mr Beatnick)

Jacques Greene – The Look

Glasgow’s LuckyMe is about to release the debut by Jacques Greene, a 12-inch titled The Look. Here’s Andrew Gordon Macpherson‘s video for the title track.

You can pre-order the EP at Rush Hour and it should be available soon at the LuckyMe store and all other good shops.