New York’s Alex Incyde talks to Knowledge Magazine about the new Hotflush compilation “Back and 4th“, the label’s history and upcoming releases. And he made them a mix them with this tasty looking tracklist.01. Incyde – Aquazo
02. Appleblim & October – NY Fizzzzz
03. Incyde – Sykle
04. Furreshu – Lucid (Shifted Remix)
05. Incyde – Emeraldz
06. Incyde – Axis
07. 2562 – This Is Hardcore
08. Photek – 101 (Boddika’s Drum Machine Remix)
09. Lando Kal – Time Out
10. Ike Release – Don’t Know
11. Pangaea – Inna Daze
12. Distal & HxdB – Booyant
13. Boxcutter vs Kab Driver – Little Smoke
14. Arkist & Kidkut – Vanilla Imitate
15. Incyde – Traverse
16. Incyde – Telophase
I suggest you grab the download and while you listen to it you can read that interview.
The weekly bits are a great way to sum up a week of my Twitter posts. They are also a great excuse for being lazy and not writing articles for a week.
Brainfeeder has posted some give-aways titled Lunch Special II and Lunch Special III this week, fans of Jeremiah Jae watch out! They’re also giving a first preview to the forthcoming album by Austin Peralta, which really sounds like something.
The Leaf label has put together a 7-disc Caribou bundle, featuring previous albums, exclusive tracks and two DVDs. You can order it here.
As mentioned before, the new Pixelord EP will go on sale tomorrow. Read the interview in Knowledge Magazine and enter their competition to win copies.
LA’s Stones Throw is sharing a previously unreleased Jaylib track, well it was released not long ago on Madlib’s Medine Show #11.
Celebrating their 4th anniversary, Fine Art Records are giving away the Fabrice Lig album for free.
Not many mixtapes this week. You probably heard Morgan Zarate‘s guestmix for URB already. You also should have heard the Mark Pritchard podcast for Ho Hum before, if not you can now find it on Mixcloud.
But the best mix I’ve heard in a while is Jamie xx guestmix for Benji B. In case you missed it the first time around, you can still download it.
Thanks to 8bitch for posting Liz Copeland‘s in-depth interview with Drexciya‘s James Stinson. Originally recorded in 2002, just week’s before James passed away. The only ever Drexciya interview!
And finally, here’s a nice series of photos taken by Billy Monk at Capetown night clubs between 1967 and 1969.
With new music coming from Sbtrkt & Sampha, Tokimonsta, Ras G and FaltyDL, RAMP Recordings is one of the labels to look out for in 2010. Knowledge Mag spoke with label founder Tom Kerridge about the label’s philosophy and added a guestmix featuring lots of music from forthcoming releases.01. Shortstuff Minimix
02. SBTRKT & Sampha – Break Off
03. Skweee Tooth Minimix
04. becoming Real – Fast Motion
05. FaltyDL – Hip Love (The xx Remix)
06. Tokimonsta – Cosmic Intoxication EP Minimix
07. P.U.D.G.E. – Idiot Box LP Minimix
08. Maxmillion Dunbar – Cool Water LP Minimix
09. Clouds – Cannibal Generals
Both the interview and the download for the mix can be found here.