Some of you may know of a producer by the name of No I.D. No? Where have you been?Read More »
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The Cookin Soul duo put their touch on a few tracks from that classic album from Nas that just celebrated its 20 year anniversary.Read More »
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Check out this new mix of songs, remixes and instrumentals from Naptown’s Bangs Nicely. The entire track list is down below and you can download the mix from Soundcloud.
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001. DJ JD Sports – Just Little
002. Florence + the Machine – Spectrum (AlunaGeorge remix) ::Universal::
003. Nick Rio – Let Me Know
004. Plague 84 – Thunderness ::Roche Musique::
005. Ta-Ku – Krule Love
006. We Sink – Blackspot ::Symbols::
007. Parasyte – Comfortable
008. Frankie Colorado – Soar
009. SKYWLKR – Ohhhhweeee
010. Cralias – Boyfriend (bootleg)
011. Jesse Ware + Sampha – Valentine ::Young Turks::
012. Tom Day + Monsoonsiren – We Watched the Clouds Form Shapes (Kyson remix)
013. 8arms – Puget Sound
014. Orikami – Dreams of Then
015. Booty Thrill – Purple
016. Mos Def – The Panties ::Rawkus::
017. Aztek – Lifted 2
018. Frank Ocean – Dust
019. Henry Green – Electric Feel (Gespleu Downcast edit)
020. Wilkinson feat. Detour City – Too Close (Catching Flies remix) ::Ram Records::
021. STWO – No Lies ::Trapdoor::
022. Agendas/Hard Love – Anything Goes
023. Wet – You’re the Best ::Neon Gold::
024. The Weeknd – The Party ::Republic::
025. Jaime XX – Far Nearer (Cralias Remix)
026. Spealcure – Fleur ::Hotflush::
027. The Dream – Turnt Out (Mike G + Nikes bootleg)
028. Bangs Nicely – That Love
029. Cosmic Revenge – Late Nights (Kastle remix) ::Fortified Audio::
030. Cosby Sweater – Digital Sweater
031. Clams Casino – Gorilla ::TriAngle::
032. JMSN – Love & Pain (Ta-Ku remix) ::White Room::
033. Different Sleep – Feel You Near Me
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If you happen to be one of the many Dilla enthusiasts, you may get chills on certain parts of this mix as I did. Especially when he dropped The Weavers sample! With all of that being said, and as a part of Mad Decent Radio, DJ House Shoes has unleashed the second volume to his The King James Version mixes. You can listen below and grab Shoes’ mix from iTunes.
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In celebration of James “J Dilla” Yancey’s 40th birthday, House Shoes presents the first half of the follow up to his critically acclaimed “The King James Version” mix, paying tribute to one of, if not the best producer in hip-hop’s history by strolling through some more of the records that were mined by Dilla for his productions. From jazz, to soul, to moog and electronica and more, this mix serves as a reminder to show how broad the range of music that inspired him was. Taken from all original vinyl. No youtube rips. No mp3s. None of that bulllshit.
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Check out this dope video from Eclectic Method that showcases a dope, informative mix about sampling. Check out their website here.
A video remix journey through the history of sampling taking in some of the most noted breaks and riffs of the decades. A chronological journey from the Beatles’ use of the Mellotron in the 60s to the sample dense hiphop and dance music of the 80s and 90s. Each break is represented by a vibrating vinyl soundwave exploding into various tracks that sampled it, each re-use another chapter in the modern narrative.
Red Bull Music Academy Radio recently let go the Truth & Soul Label Special that features narration from Danny Akalepse and lot of great tunes. Danny breaks down the Truth & Soul’s sound, how it got to where it is, and then later on a lot more detail on the specific on the aesthetic of the music on the label. This is dope for an easy going Saturday morning. Enjoy, and check out the official page.
With all these people jumping the soul revivalist bandwagon lately, you can’t put a price on a water-proof institution such as Brooklyn’s label and production team Truth & Soul. Operating out of Greenpoint, Brooklyn, the T&S story really got started when Phil Lehman left Desco Records to start his own imprint, Soul Fire, which he then handed over to Jeff Silverman and Leon Michels. After a brief period of revamping the label’s name and sonic aesthetics, Truth & Soul quickly established itself as a main catalyst for the revitalization of analogue soul vibes with up-to-date arrangements and spot-on songwriting. Besides signing new artists to their fledgling label, Jeff and Leon became household producers and songwriters in their own rights, working with the likes of Aloe Blacc, Iggy Pop, Amy Winehouse, and Adele. In order to facilitate all of that, Danny Akalepse joined the team as label manager in 2007. Since then, Truth & Soul have gained notoriety for shining a light on talent that has been overlooked for way too long: take Lee Fields’ pitch-perfect true school version of 70s soul, the boricua-meets-NYC salsa tinged funk from Bronx River Pkwy, and El Michels Affair’s psychedelic hip hop renditions. In 2012 T&S made another seminal discovery when they re-released Power Fuerza, an obscure 1971 crate digger classic by The Ghetto Brothers, a band comprised of a Bronx-based Latino gang who abandoned the thug life after hearing The Beatles (which is, brilliantly enough, precisely what Power Fuerza sounds like). Between unearthing lost classics to new versions of vintage sounds, Truth & Soul occupy a uniquely timeless zone all of their own.
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In case you didn’t already have a reason to learn a little something about Oddisee with our 30 Day Series, the homie DJ MetroGnome just put together this exclusive mix so you really don’t have an excuse not to get more familiar with the talented producer on the mic. The mix is below, as well as the track-listing and a tracked-out download of the mix, so check that out and find what you like. Make sure to get your tickets for October 9th!
Oddisee’s tour is for his new The Beauty In All instrumental album. DJ MetroGnome, Old SOUL Entertainment, and Bring Down The Band are bringing you Oddisee live at The Jazz Kitchen on Wednesday, October 9th, with special Indianapolis guests Ajene Tha God, Hinx Jones, and ComDot. We will also have a special edition of our Writer’s Block event after the show, and our mobile recording booth set up in the back for all attendees to do something live! Check the links below.
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Download tracked-out mix.
Oddisee: Ready To Rock
Oddisee: All Along The River (instrumental)
Skyzoo ft Oddisee: So Mafuckin’ Soulful
Tokimonsta ft Oddisee, Andreya Triana & Tranqill: Jackinforbeats Pt. 4
Tiron ft Oddisee, Blu, Asher Roth: The Riches
Oddisee: Way In, Way Out
Oddisee: Chocolate City Dreaming (instrumental)
Oddisee ft Phonte: All Because She’s Gone
Torae ft Oddisee & Tiara Wiles: Gratitude
XO: Black Broadway (produced by Oddisee)
Diamond District: The Streets Won’t Let Me Chill (produced by Oddisee)
Diamond District: Who I Be (produced by Oddisee)
Oddisee: Skipping Rocks (instrumental)
United Soul ft Phonte, Jean Grae, Aziz & Josh Collins: Soul Clap (Oddisee Remix)
Oddisee ft Olivier Daysoul: Mattered Much
Oddisee: Let It Go
Eric Lau ft Oddisee & Olivier Daysoul: Rise Up
Homeboy Sandman: Whatchu Want From Me?
Oddisee: Set You Free
Kingpen Slim ft Oddisee: Anticipation
Oddisee: The Carter Baron (instrumental)
Oddisee: Beach Dr. (instrumental)
Oddisee: You Know Who You Are
Oddisee ft Tranqill: The Supplier
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Last year Mediafire decided to lock our account, and with that many of our exclusive releases and sponsored projects were lost. Well, until we could piece everything back together again. After months of gathering the songs back in our spare time, we are finally ready to re-release our very own DJ Jay Diff‘s previous Cadence mixtapes. We’ve got Sessions 1-5 uploaded and ready to go in rar format, so check these mugs out below. Hopefully we can expect a new one from him in the upcoming month or so.
BDTB Presents: DJ Jay Diff “The Cadence (Session 1)” Release
BDTB Presents: DJ Jay Diff “The Cadence (Session 2)” Release
BDTB Presents: DJ Jay Diff “The Cadence (Session 3)” Release
BDTB Presents: DJ Jay Diff “The Cadence (Session 4)” Release
BDTB Presents: DJ Jay Diff “The Cadence (Session 5)” Release