Pearson Sound Essential Mix

Still can’t get enough of the Jamie xx Essential Mix but you wouldn’t mind something different for a while? I know the feeling and by the look at the tracklist I’m confident that David Kennedy delivers a good follow-up. A selection of techno, dubstep, house and whatever lies in between.01. Helios — Vargtimme
02. Burial — Byc
03. Mr. Fingers — Waterfall
04. Zomby — Tarantula
05. Cos-Ber-Zam — Ne Noya (Daphni Edit)
06. Keith Worthy — Deep For Dayz
07. Levon Vincent — Revs/Cost
08. Unique 3 — Weight For The Bass (3 Ton Mix)
09. Bok Bok & Tom Trago — Pathfinder
10. Auntie Flo — Oh My Days (Pearson Sound re-edit)
11. Armando — Untitled
12. Maurice Donovan — Babeh
13. Objekt — Cactus
14. Marley Marl — Beyond
15. Pearson Sound — Working With
16. Floating Points — Arp3
17. [unknown] — Take The Plunge (Beat Mix)
18. Lou² — Freaky (Zanzibar Mix)
19. Boddika — Up & Dance
20. Vessel — Nylon Sunset (Peverelist Remix)
21. Rod Lee — Get Fresh Groove (Pearson Sound re-edit)
22. DJ Gukwa — Terminator
23. Kingdom — Stalker Ha
24. Ramadanman — Grab Somebody VIP
25. Ordinary People — Baby You Make My Heart Sing
26. Joy O — Ellipsis
27. Logos — King Mob
28. Pearson Sound — Footloose
29. Pinch & Shackleton — Rooms within a Room
30. Helix — Stacks Riddim
31. DJ Rod Lee — Unknown
32. James Blake — Vogue
33. Oneohtrix Point Never — Sleep Dealer
34. ASBO — Asbo 1
35. Random Trio — Troy
36. Mala — Hunter
37. D1 — Subzero
38. Distance — Saints & Sinners
39. Loefah — Rufage
40. Skream — Midnight Request Line (Mala Remix)
41. Benga — One on One
42. Shackleton — New Dawn
43. Kode9 — Stung
44. Joker & Rustie — Play Doe
45. James Blake — Curbside
46. Josh Sixty — Break A Mirrored Leg
47. Dntel — Anywhere Anyone (Pearson Sound Beatless Reduction)
48. Zomby — Labyrinth

As Mary Anne Hobbs once said, you support an artist best by listening to the stream while it’s available. Once offline, you’re invited to download this for repeated listening.

RBMA Lecture: Pearson Sound

Actually I wanted to check whether the Scuba lecture was online already, but then I came across this one with Benji B talking to David Kennedy aka Pearson Sound. I’m only halfway through and I got to say it’s an extremely nice one to watch, because David has some good stories to share and he tells them in the most likeable way.

RBMA’s archive of new lectures is growing quickly, you can check some of them on their Vimeo page – hopefully the one with Scuba will follow soon!

Update The Scuba lecture is available as well, not sure whether I overlooked it previously

Julio Bashmore – Everyone Needs A Theme Tune

Julio Bashmore - Battle for Middle You

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London’s PMR Records kickstarts with a new single by Julio Bashmore. The EP starts with the Battle For Middle You, which is already one of the best tunes I’ve heard this year. Not quite sure why it keeps reminding me of 12th Planet’s Get Down, it’s probably just the lyrics.

The rest of the EP continues a bit calmer, but never the less every single tune is worth getting yourself a copy.A1. Battle For Middle You
A2. Ask Yourself
B1. Everyone Needs A Theme Tune
B2. The Horn That Time Forgot

In the meantime a remix by new Ramadanman moniker Maurice Donovan has popped up on the PMR page on SoundCloud. You can listen to the stream below, but I haven’t found any info regarding the availability of the track.

“Everyone Needs A Theme Tune” is already available from Rush Hour and Juno has it for pre-order. Or simply get the digital release on Bleep or iTunes.

Feb 14, 2011 The remix EP is available now, featuring mixes by Maurice Donovan and Midland

Ramadanman – Bass Drums

A teaser to the upcoming Future Bass compilation was released not long ago. Now Soul Jazz posted one of the tracks on their SoundCloud page, this time by Bristol’s Ramadanman.

Future Bass will be out on CD and vinyl in late September, we’ll keep you posted on the release.

Filtercutter – 1UP

Record Sleeve

You might remember Serbian label Svetlana Industries from the mixtape I mentioned last November.

As of tomorrow, their first 12-inch will be in stores. It comes from Bosnian producer Filtercutter and is backed by a remix from Hessel Audio head Ramadanman out of Bristol.

A. Filtercutter – 1UP
B. Filtercutter – 1UP (Ramadanman Refix)

You can listen to the original version on YouTube, here is a clip of the remix:

The 12-inch is already available from Boomkat and Juno, the digital release should be on the Svetlana shop real soon!

And in case you missed it the other day, Svetlana is also giving away a free remix from Filtercutter.