Good morning, this is your weekend speaking and this is what you will be listening to (apart from this!)
I could’ve sworn there had been a Four Tet mix on Solid Steel earlier this year, but apparently it’s his first guestmix since 2001. Don’t miss!
With the Olympics over, London’s Kelpe went all sporty and came up with this table tennis inspired mix for oki-ni.
With his much anticipated debut album finally out on LuckyMe, Vienna’s Cid Rim sat down with Urb Magazine to do a little interview and guestmix.
Due to our holidays, we missed the Untold podcast for Resident Advisor – and who would want to miss that?
And lastly, Hudson Mohawke and Lunice are sharing the uncensored version of their recent Essential Mix.
Update If you’ve enjoyed our latest podcast by Huess, let me point out there are two more available at Dipped in Dollars and You’ll Soon Know.
A week after the release of Hudson Mohawke and Lunice‘s new TNGHT EP on Warp, here’s an official video directed by Dominic Flannigan & Peter Marsden.
Out now on Bleep, iTunes and everywhere else.
Thanks to fellow blogger Gavin, I came across Azealia Banks and her video for 212.
I take it the appearances of Jacques Greene and Lunice, both of LuckyMe fame, are a hint the track was produced by the two Montréalais.
The track was available for 100 downloads, but you don’t have to look so hard to find it circling around.
However, there is another limited download still available on Azealia’s SoundCloud, again produced by Lunice.
(via Jus Like Music)
Oct 13, 2011 The video was removed on both, Vimeo and YouTube, and the same goes for the track on SoundCloud. This confirms the comment M made below, as the mentioned Lazy Jay is on the label that took down the video. Boo!
Oct 24, 2011 Here are some backup links for the song and the video.
I’ve mentioned this on Twitter earlier today, but this needs to be mentioned in this place too. Blogger Johnny F. Kim shot this footage at the Lunice live-show at Montreal’s Igloofest a couple of weeks ago. On top of it, he added segments of an interview filmed at Lunice’s home, you can watch the result below.
The film is, of course, titled after the Stacker Upper EP released on LuckyMe in December 2010.
About three weeks after their label showcase at Sónar, the folks at LuckyMe have shared a video capturing moments of the night.
Find out more about American Men, Machinedrum, The Blessings or Lunice, and watch out for their forthcoming releases on LuckyMe!