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    Gadget “Nightfall” Release | @Millenniumjazz

    Gadget provides instrumentals with influences from both jazz and hip-hop sounds on “Nightfall. Very chill relaxing vibes on this project. Read more about it below and have a listen.

    Nightfall is the solo production album by Gadget which consists of thirteen fine crafted instrumentals produced as a result of often being inspired by the cosy feeling of the night and the “bright lights in the big city” of London. Each track was made during a time period when Gadget felt most motivated and focused on his craft around this particular time of the day.

    This project features one or two fan favourites and a couple of tracks which were leaked as previews, all of which have been revisited, fine tuned and topped off with brand new head nodding Hip Hop straight out of the ‘Audio Dojo’ where Gadget aka Dirty Thumbs gets busy.

    Expect to be taken on a ride through realms and moods that are dark, funky, hard hitting, uplifting, spiritual, melancholic, jazzy and even a little bashy, but always very Hip Hop.

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    Flamingosis x A Sol Mechanic “Brother” Release | @ROOTNOTE_CO

    Check out some new beat vibes from Flamingosis and A Sol Mechanic, titled Brother. Free listens after and you can purchase from Bandcamp.

    Rootnote and Stereocure are very proud to team up and bring you the debut project “Brother” from Flamingosis (Rootnote) and A Sol Mechanic (Stereocure). This dynamic beat duo blend carefully selected samples and intoxicating rhythms to provide a euphoric universe of audio goodness. “Brother” makes sure to maximize the musical potential of each track to bring you something to evoke emotion on every level. Get ready for an adventure that will leave you wanting more.

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    Trian Kayhatu “Suture” Release | @trianmusic @darkerthanwax

    Press play on the latest release from Darker Than Wax, as producer Trian Kayhatu‘s unleashes his four-track Suture EP. Free listens below, and you can purchase for $4.80 SGD at Bandcamp.

    Last month’s Darker Than Wax 10K Compilation (available here) was a diverse collection of favourites, but there was that one sensual track which stood out – Trian’s Kayhatu’s unparalleled “Sister”, a sexy Michael Jackson-esque track one that received airplays and approvals from punters like Lefto in the music industry.

    The fly Dutch returns with his latest and tightest offering, the hypnotically sublime “Suture”. He weaves emotions through each the tracks – adding in that warmth that is typically lacking in current trap/ oblique R&B productions out there. “Red Onion White Garlic” sounds like a complexed ballad, with digitally whimsical sounds highly reminiscent of The Neptunes. “Hymn” has a contagious swing with the “clap snare”, but Sh?m’s refix of the same track is an ending too beautiful – “Suture” is one of those staple EPs that you listen to on loop – it grows on you, unearthing new meanings with each listen, always staying eternally relevant, and timelessly on point.

    Credits :
    All tracks written and Produced by Trian Kayhatu
    Mastered by Qniezery
    Remix of Hymn by Shem Douglas
    Artwork by the Funk Bast*rd
    Words by Rah

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    BDTB Presents Turn Off Your F*cking Radio: “Raps & Slaps, Volume 3″ (11/16/14)

    Here’s Volume 3 of our Raps & Slaps series, where every Sunday we’ll share with you playlist of tracks we think you’ll dig in the hip hop and beat realm. This is a part of our #TURNOFFYOURFUCKINGRADIO campaign. The whole playlist is listed down below and is filled with rap tunes and instrumental goodness that was generally released within the last week or so. Enjoy yourself some jams!

    thestand4rd – Stay
    Tek.lun – Clox (5 Thirty)
    Mikado – This Year
    Tef Poe – War Cry
    Dionte BOOM – Lickinn’
    Lupe Fiasco – Deliver
    Eric Lau – Here (Instrumental)
    Shuko ft. CL Smooth & 20syl – The Same
    Hail Mary Mallon – Smock
    Choosey – The Man (Aloe Blacc Remix)
    Cashus King – Black Liberation Theory
    Big KRIT – Soul Food
    Jackson B – Drug Money
    Alexander Lewis & Fortune – Horizon
    PRhyme – PRhyme

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