There’s a new album by Yosi Horikawa coming out on First Word later this month, so why not get yourself in the mood for that with his guestmix on Solid Steel?
More exciting music is headed our way from FaltyDL‘s new label Blueberry Recordings, his first signing Brrd inaugurates the label’s podcast series.
You might have caught Floating Points’ Summer 2013at45 Mix already, but there’s actually a second one that was aired on NTS Live earlier this week.
It seems, I forgot posting Dego‘s summer mixtape when it came out, another essential for you to download!
And lastly, Bristol’s Peverelist did a fine selection for the latest XLR8R podcast, showcasing a lot of music from his own vinyl-only label Livity Sound.
Biblo, not to be confused with Warp-signed Bibio, is Istanbul-based producer, singer and RBMA 2011 alumni Pınar Üzeltüzenci. Known for her minimal compositions, textured with the most spheric sound palettes, she has already put out several self-released albums on her Bandcamp page. It was at the academy in Madrid that year, where she met Japanese Yosi Horikawa, and he’s just come up with this remix you can hear above. The original can be found on her album Projections, the remix is a free download.
One of our 2011 favourites, Bristol’s Hyetal, has been this week’s guest on Solid Steel radio. Listen or download his mix on their SoundCloud page.
Seems London’s Bullion had to struggle a little with his Tom Ravenscroft remix. Haha, sorry!
Our latest podcast contributor Jay Scarlett recommended this Yosi Horikawa mix for Playground Mag, you might find it easy to agree on.
Here come the big sites: A Guy Called Gerald, Luke Vibert for Dazed, Daedalus for FACT Magazine, and Kowton for Dummy.
Lastly, you might want to check out the new BTS Radio guestmix by Toro Y Moi.
I haven’t heard of Yosi Horikawa before, but Nicolas Boulenger directed this very sweet video for the Japanese musician and sound-designer – and I thought I’d feature this.
The track is taken from Yosi’s new album “Touch”, which is already available on iTunes. Eklektik Records (of Peter Digital Orchestra fame) will also sell physical releases later in November.