I was gonna dedicate this post to the new Ossie mixtape alone, but with no playlist available and some other quality tapes around I revived that old Mixtape Monday.
So Ossie will be playing Room 3 at Fabric next Friday, and as if we could ever forget Set The Tone, the London producer came up with a very nice mixtape. Download, play, then read the Q&A.
Just like last year, Amsterdam based label Rush Hour put out a mix of their best releases of 2011. Incidently there’s also a compilation of the same name and it’s available now (thanks Green Tea Session!)
Having put out quality house music all throughout the year, Wolf Music can hardly be called a secret anymore. I’ve featured some of their mixtapes before, their latest comes from label head Matt and is available here!
More than three years ago, I’ve posted a video about this Blakai tune and it’s a shame that one never came out. I’m going to wait some more, but first I’ll hear what Mark Force put on his new mix.
Like with the Ossie set above, RAMP Recording‘s Tom Kerridge did a Fabric mix the other week. Kinda forgot about it, but luckily it’s still around.
And lastly, listen to Benji B’s Deviation String Quartet, recorded in October on the London Eye (remember the video?)
You’ve probably seen photos and heard snippets from Benji B‘s Deviation String Quartet. Now here’s the full performance recorded back in October at Red Bull’s Revolutions In Sound event on the London Eye.
Curated and programmed by Benji B, hosted by MC Judah with Kotono Sato and Rosie Langley on violins, Cat O’Hara on viola and Liinos Richards on violincello.
(thanks to Paul Pre!)
December 5, 2011 For your listening pleasure, here’s an audio recording from the session
January 3, 2012 Watch or listen to Benji’s 16-piece ensemble play at Maida Vale Studios