It would be a bit hard to believe you’re already through with the weekend mixtapes, but here are some new ones anyway.
Among the most anticipated album this autumn (meh!) is certainly Blue Daisy‘s debut full length The Sunday Gift. He gave us an impression on Mary Anne Hobb’s radioshow the other week, now you can listen again on Mixcloud.
The latest FACT podcast comes from Jamie xx and there’s no way around it!
Paul White‘s released a new longplayer in August, giving him the time to play some of his influences on the Potholes podcast.
Amsterdam’s Tom Trago is a figure we’ve been sporting since his debut album came out some years ago. He also knows how to DJ and he proves it on this new mix for URB Magazine.
There’re are too many good radio shows on this planet, here are three worth checking out. Ital Tek plays some records on the Donky Pitch show, and Rinse had Africa Hitech and Floating Points spinning.
I know some of you have mixed feelings about Ricardo Villalobos, but this recording from Romania’s Sunwaves festival really is something.
Even before Deutsche Grammophon‘s Recomposed by Carl Craig & Moritz von Oswald was out, rumours of Ricardo Villalobos remixes made the round. This week, a 12-inch finally proved this to be true – at least one Villalobos remix accompanied by another by Carl Craig made it on the record. As you can expect, both are taking the material originally written by Mussorgsky and Ravel and transform it into more dancefloor-oriented versions, and both break the 10 minutes limit easily. If you ask me, they should’ve added an Isolée remix as well.
A. Uli, mein Ponyhof (Ricardo Villalobos remix)
B. Movement 8 (C2 version)
A quick websearch will produce multiple results on where to buy this, I’ve spotted this on Juno, Rush Hour and Piccadilly.