Weekly Bits 14/2010

If you haven’t read the email correnspondence between Egon (Stones Throw, Now-Again) and composer Lloyd Miller yet, you’re missing something quite delightful. Comes with a free track.

Dark Roasted Blend has an article on car record player and other cool vintage gadgets.

Warp Films presents the first 10 minutes of the All Tomorrow’s Parties documentary, which is out now on DVD and as download.

Music lover’s favourite car-brand Scion presents the latest installment in the remix series, a new single from Todd Edwards with remixes from the likes of Joy Orbison and MJ Cole. Didn’t exactly blow me away, but hey – it’s a available for free!

On the mixtape front, there is the new Low End Theory Podcast by DJ Nobody and Take, Urb’s exclusive Plastikman set, or Seiji and Joker’s mini-mix for Anne Mac.

For some videos, check out Fullcrate & Mar’s all new music-video I Said, Gilles Peterson and ?uestlove together at Miami’s WMC, or A Minute with Mux Mool.

Dublab has a new mix CD from Daedelus on sale. Called Future Roots, it focuses on rave music from the early nineties.

Also have a look at Zomby’s page on SoundCloud, there’s some new stuff going on!

Full Crate & Mar – Conversations With Her EP

Here’s the video for the track She Was Fly, a production from Amsterdam’s Full Crate and singer Mar. You might actually have seen this before, it has been floating around for about half a year already.

So what’s the news? Melting Pot Music is going to release a 5-track EP in mid-January and this track is going to be a part of it. Also contained is their track Aftersexin’ and a collaboration with Eric “Erro” Roberson. Here’s a look at the full tracklist:A1. She Was Fly
A2. Aftersexin’
A3. I Said
B1. Surreal Moments
B2. She Was Fly with Eric Roberson
The exact release date for “Conversations With Her” is January 15, 2010. It will be available on 12-inch and as digital download.

Jan 16, 2010 You can pre-order the EP from Juno, it should be available from all good recordshops on Monday