We started the week with a Mixtape Monday, now it’s the time to think about the weekend. Here are five mixtapes to get you started.
London’s Tempo Clash collective celebrated its first anniversary about a month ago. They’ve been kind enough to record the B2B set by Kutmah and Om Unit. To get a glimpse of the vibe, stream or download the recording.
I didn’t expect Dego to allow his set recorded at the Boiler Room to go online, but that’s exactly what happened earlier this week. That’s a must have!
There used to be a new Pete Concrete mix every 6 months or so, but for his latest one he took a bit longer. His new one is called Psycho in Active and it’s as good as always.
George FitzGerald‘s releases on Hotflush and Aus Music are always worth checking out, but there aren’t that many of his mixes available. This week, he’s contributed one to the XLR8R Podcast.
And to round this up properly, check out the new iO guestmix for Hyponik. Just to make sure, iO is not to be confused with these cats!
There are quite some mixtapes making the round lately and it’s all quality stuff from what I heard so far. So if you’re not following my Twitter stream, here’s a roundup of recommended mixes to get you into the weekend.
With her new EP out on Brainfeeder, Tokimonsta is currently on touring across Europe and the UK. And for those that can’t make it, she has put together the Analogue Monsta, the first of a two part mix series.
Rinse FM had two absolute killers this week, first a two hours set from Africa Hitech, who also announced their new single this week. And secondly it’s SBTRKT‘s new show, which is even better than the previous. Lot’s of exclusives, new remixes and tracks from his forthcoming debut album.
We got a bit concerned about Dabrye lately, haven’t we? Pulse Radio managed to pin down the man for an interview and even got the man doing his first official mixtape. You wouldn’t want to miss that!
More beats are coming by the man of Jay Scarlett, who is guest on Pixelatique‘s latest podcast. And Pete Concrete has made an exclusive mix for this year’s Oddstream Festival.
Towards the end, let’s go uptempo again with BNJMN‘s mini mix for SHOOK, the new Solid Steel with a guestmix from Jackmaster and lastly a mixtape by Brendon Moeller.
Have a nice weekend everybody!
The weekend is nigh, so here’s another collection of mixtapes to get you in the mood for the weekend.
Following their massive album Resurrection, Chicago house veterans Virgo Four are this weeks contributor to XLR8R’s podcast series.
More house music comes by the the way of Mark E, who recently release an album on Ghostly. His mix is part of the label’s own podcast series.
We’ve been sporting Pete Concrete‘s mixtapes whenever there was a new one, so why make a difference? His latest is an exclusive for Dublab.
Fellow blogger Tim of You’ll Soon Know invited S. Maharba as guest for his latest radioshow. As with all shows on NTS Radio, you can download this one for repeated listening.
The latest Hessle Audio show on Rinse FM brought together the talents of Joy Orbison, Pearson Sound, Ben UFO and Floating Points. If you missed the show, you can now grab the podcast.
Pearson Sound also played at London’s Boiler Room the other week and as usual you can download the DJ set or watch videos from the party. And while you’re at it, also check out the mixes from Karizma and Cooly G.
AFTA-1‘s guestmix for Onur Engin’s Monotape must have been around for a while, but I only came across this via We’ve Got The Jazz.
Lastly, I have to mention this mix from Raffertie, who’s playing a fantastic selection of UK bass music on Inverted Audio‘s latest podcast.
Eat Concrete founder Pete Concrete is back with a new mix, showcasing 5 years of music on his label as well as some future releases. Put together for Jay Scarlett’s Amp Soul Generation Radio, it features music from the likes of Aardvarck, Caural, Herrmutt Lobby, Take, Knalpot and many more.
01. Caural – Underground Hip Hop Happened Ten Years Ago
02. Hearin’ Aid presents D-Frost Beats – I B Buc
03. Kubus – Zonder Baan
04. Hearin’ Aid – The Difference
05. Baconhead – Fly Traps
06. Aardvarck – Stamp
07. Knalpot – AV 1
08. Boy King Islands – Wear You Well
09. Enemy Earth – Omiture
10. Herrmutt Lobby – Play
11. Hearin’ Aid – The Difference
12. Take – All Around
13. Caural – Sugarcane Girlfriend
14. Aardvarck – Stolen Jazz
15. Evan Odd – Kitezh
16. Enemy Earth – Motto Sh*t
17. Caural – Sunburned
18. Aardvarck – Heal
19. Boy King Islands – Lights In The Sky
20. Lumisokea – Lilya
21. Aardvarck – Poesco Talk
If the stream is not enough, you can download the mix to your gadget of choice.
For the last week or so, I was hardly listening to anything else but that Theo Parrish Special on Benji B’s show. Listening to the iPlayer is more important than you might think, it’s a direct way to measure the popularity of a show – something that might in the end decide whether a show will be continued. In the case of last week’s show I did all I could, but now you can no longer listen to it. Unless you download a recording.
I have posted this old Dego mix for BTS some weeks ago, now it’s officially back in the archive. Not to be confused with his more recent guestmix, posted in February.
To give his all new 12-inch an extra push, former Bugz in the Attic man Seiji has posted a new mix. Available as stream and download.
The last Pete Concrete mix is only about a month old, but the Eat Concrete head already made another one. Get this exclusive Eat my Garbage mix for Nalden.
Fresh out of the Hoya:Hoya stable comes a mix by its co-founder and 2010 RBMA alumni Illum Sphere.
If you’re missing Lukid‘s sessions on Ustream, here’s a little compensation: for the all new Svetlana Industries shortcast he has put together a mix.
Rush Hour‘s Antal was visiting São Paulo for the Bienal and brought back some records you can listen to on Brasil Show part 1.
Lastly, here are two mixes from the Resident Advisor podcast. Last week they were graced by a dubstep-meets-techno mix by Kowton, this week they have a house mix by the trio of Detroit Beatdown.
The man behind the Dutch Eat Concrete label, Pete Concrete, was interviewed on 3voor12 radio about the history of the label and upcoming releases, such as the new Aardvarck album. On that occasion, he also provided this fine mixtape.
01. D-Frost Beats – I B Buc
02. Autechre – Etchogon-5
03. Biomekano – Plot Ratio
04. Evan Odd – Numb
05. James Blake – Footnotes
06. Ital Tek – Heliopause
07. Africa Hitech – Blen
08. James Blake – CMYK
09. Kubus – In Je Graf
10. Funckarma – Clinter
11. Roel Funcken – Koortshond
12. Aarvarck – Kermis
13. Shlomo – My Neck My Back
14. Exile – San Pedro Cactus
15. The Books – A Cold Freezin’ Night
16. Untitled – Untitled
17. Locust – Wrong
18. Aardvarck – Glitch
19. Kuoyah – Dark Muse
20. Lorn – What’s The Use
21. Dimlite – Can’t Get Used To Those
22. Hektagon – Lofied
23. Flying Lotus – Do The Astral Plane
24. Take – Crystallia
25. Massive Attack – I Against I
26. Baconhead – Goonies
27. Free The Robots – Orion’s Belt Buckle
28. Baconhead – Wookie
29. Lorn – Void I
30. Portishead – Nylon Smile
31. Sleep Reserach Facility – Deck A
32. The Books – The Story Of Hiphop
You can download it via SoundCloud, and for those fluent in Dutch here’s the original article
Every now and then Eat Concrete founder Pete puts together a mixtape for you. I haven’t been disappointed once, instead I count his mixes to my alltime favourites.
PLANKTON Mix by Pete Concrete (download)
01. Darkstar – Need you
02. Joker – Output One Output
03. Busta Rhymes – Gimme Some More
04. Roel Funcken – Martyrz
05. Hektagon – The Old Days
06. Mark Pritchard – Heavy as Stone
07. Funckarma – Sovtron
08. Link – Archetype Arcadian
09. Blipvert – New Choomish
10. Ras G – Stealth Mode
11. Ratatat – Imperials
12. Adrian Sherwood – No Dog Jazz
13. Juan Atkins – Something About The Music
14. Enemy Earth – untitled
15. Aardvarck – Breaking Bad
16. Ard Bit – Spanon
17. Funckarma – Solaz Flair
18. Meat Beat Manifesto – Children Of Earth
19. Jus Wan – QB-41
20. Funckarma – Moor
21. Lv – Cctv
22. Cotti – Run Things
Once again Pete Concrete proves his knowledge of bass-heavy music from the last decade, making this another much recommended download.
Following his PLUG ONE Mixtape, Pete of the fine Eat Concrete label has put together a new one for you to download.
This time, Mr. Concrete decided to go for a selection of music from Warp, Planet Mu, Alpha Pup, Sähkö and Rush Hour.
PLUG TWO mixed by Pete Concrete (download)
01. Meat Beat Manifesto – Happiness Supreme
02. MIA – Pull Up The People
03. Dimlite – Ravemond’s Young Problems
04. The Chap – Carlos Walter Wendy Stanley
05. Low Limit – The Club
06. Blackalicious – Kalakuta Show
07. Fulgeance – Ann Arbor
08. The Normal – TVOD
09. Daedelus – Missing
10. DJ Shadow – Bring Madlib Up
11. Squarepusher – Body Builder
12. Klute – Evo Sniffer
13. µ-Ziq – Burst Your Arm
14. Mr. Scruff – Ug
15. Hearin’ Aid – It’s A Bwoy
16. Debruit – Sole’s Sweat (instrumental)
17. Nosaj Thing – IOIO
18. BBC Radiophonic Workshop – Dr. Who
19. Mika Vainio – Galaxies
20. Funckarma – stub dane
21. Urban Tribe – RNA World
22. Aphex Twin – Inkey$
23. Luke Vibert – Belief File
24. Martyn – Vancouver
25. Black Dog – Tunnels rmx
26. Meat Beat Manifesto – Guns ‘n Lovers
27. Kenlo Craqnuques – Zoid
28. The Orb – EDM
29. Twinnie – Waitin for my love
30. Plastikman – Ping Pong
31. !!! – Pardon My Freedom rmx
32. Hexstatic – Invader
33. Balil – Parasight
In other news, Eat Concrete has just released the latest album from Aardvarck titled Titi. Forthcoming on the label is the debut EP Serious Outtakes by Knalpot and a release from Funckarma.
Pete from Dutch label Eat Concrete has sent me his latest mix made for his samurai.fm radio show.
It took only a few minutes to realize that I’m listening to the best mixtape in a long time, everybody with a soft spot for bass-driven electronic music and crisp beats must get this.
PLUG ONE mixed by Pete Concrete (download)
01. Architeq – Birds Of Dub
02. J Dilla – WorkinonIt
03. Herrmutt Lobby – untitled
04. Bretzel Zoo – The Dunk
05. Harmonic 313 – Cyclotron
06. D-Frost – Clyde Ruff Bounce RMX
07. Kenlo Craqnuques – Zoid
08. Hellfish – Turntable Savage
09. Public Enemy – Hazy Shade Of Criminal
10. The Bug – Freak Freak
11. TV on the radio – Satellite
12. Clark – Roulette Thrift Run
13. Herrmutt Lobby – Ghost Roller
14. 808 State – Flow Coma (AFX Remix)
15. Clark – Growls Garden
16. Masters At Work – Justa ‘lil’ Dope
17. Computer Jay – Distance
18. Architeq – Sleeping Bear Lament (James Pants Remix)
19. Nosaj Thing – 1685
20. Harmonic 313 – c64 sid
21. Bullion – Get Familiar
22. Take – After Words
23. Take – Paper Garden
24. Blipvert – untitled
25. Take – Bottom of Santa’s Sleigh
Please note that apart from the usual suspects, there are a lot of Eat Concrete artists on this mix. Music from Take, Herrmutt Lobby or Blipvert, stuff that you can buy directly from the label.