BNTL family Mr. DJ Smutlee has upped a little live mix which he’s kindly tidied up for your listening pleasure. It’s from the small matter of a Major Lazer after party in Amsterdam and it goes off. All the bangers, no clangers. Big up Smutters.
This is a beast of a mix by producer extraordinaire D’vo. Showing a bit of love to the current sunny spell we are experiencing in London, he presents a 40 minute music treat packed full of badman vibes. This will definitely help on the morning commute or at your desk today.
Rihanna|| |Cockiness (Remix Ft ASAP Rocky)
Roska Ft Anesha|| |I Need Love
Afta-1|| |Love Suite 2 (Sit Still)
Donaeo|| |Be Mine
Roska & Jamie George|| |Wonderful Day
Cashmere Cat|| |Mirror Maru
B. Bravo Ft Lady Alma|| |Substance
MJ Cole & Wiley|| |From the Drop
The Underachievers|| |T.A.D.E.D
Kano|| |Signs in life
Evian Christ|| |Fuck It None Of Ya’ll Don’t Rap
Kendrick Lamar|| |Bitch Dant Kill My Vibe
Iman Omari|| |Energy
Lord Plawz|| | Caviar Fettucine
Kyoto Jazz Massive|| |Between The Lines
Kendrick lamar Ft Drake|| |Poetic Justice
Flying Lotus Ft Erykah Badu|| |See Thru You
Cashmere Cat|| |Aurora
OutKast|| |Makes No Sense
Iman Omari| |Fallen
Big shout out to my main girl Moxie who recently put together this great mix for FACT. Sadly the mix doesn’t have an embeded code, so you’ll have to travel over to the FACT sound cloud page site via this link.
In addition, be sure to check out Moxie’s 3-5pm radio show later today on NTS.
Gwen Guthrie – Hopscotch Larry Levan mix vocal intro
Persian – Dangerous
Boddika & Joy Orbison – Fate
Motorbass Get Funked Up (Elektrophunk Remix) – Le Funk Mob
Tiga – Plush (Ame remix)
Cajmere & Russoul – Let’s Dance
Eli Escobar – Work It
Jovonn – Love Destination
Soul Capsule – Lady Science
Anthony Naples – Busy Signal
KMFH – Measure 2 Measure
Romare – Taste Of Honey (From The City)
Zigg Gonzaless – Music
Sunship Featuring Warrior Queen – Almighty Father (Solid Groove’s Underground Souljah Mix)
Dobie – Hustle With Speed
Monky – Free Air
Girl Unit – Double Take Part II
Toddla T Sound – Worst Enemy
The greatest hip hop producer of all time, DJ Premier (yeah I said it) turned 47 yesterday. In honor of the grand occasion, Premier rolled through to the Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds morning show for an hour of his greatest hits on Hot 97.
I’ve been listening to a lot of old music as of late. Northern Soul, Rare Groove, Psychedelic rock and what not. I think the tireless pursuit of finding new music has waned, and going back through time via Spotify is far more enjoyable, all that stuff and this DJ E-Da Boss mix are the antipathy of everything music blog worthy. It’s bloody great.
We’ve been championing this South Londoner for a very long time round these parts. We’ve seen him destroy all kinds of dances. From 300 attendee Notting Hill House Parties to one of the best sets ever at a FWD vs Rinse rave in room 2 at Matter, he can transcend scenes, venues, raves and always come correct with seamless mixes that bewilder and baffle.
This mix has been doing the rounds this week, it sees Oneman branching away from the blogs and labels to put up a mix on his own newly launched website and truly kick in the door of 2013. It’s a weighty mix that sees the contemporary producers L-Vis-1990, Falty DL and Boddika alongside the likes of Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka. With a couple of his own cheeky edits in there its a flawless mix that covers everything we’ve come to expect from a Oneman set when he takes it a little deeper.
Standard Place are teaming up with Dollop and are taking Solitaire on tour for what will be an unmissable night in East London.
Check out the latest mix from Oki-Ni‘s special guest mix series over on their site. This particular mix is a special blend of Wu Tang classics put together by none other than Eglo Records‘ front man aka dj extraordinaire, Alexander Nut. There’s also a pretty tight interview with the man too, check it over on Oki-Ni here.
Easy on a Sunday morning.
Fresh for the new year, the Recognised Music team have put together the latest instalment of their Recognised Music mixtapes. As usual its a compilation of fantastic music put together by the good people within the RM Facebook group. holdtight DJ IVAN6 on the decks for the mix. Hope you enjoy it as you try to recover from last nights happenings.
Happy New Year folks.
RM Vol. 3 contains //
01. Oscar + Martin – Recognise
02. Diggs Duke – Patiently, We Bloom
03. Kendrick Lamar – Swimming Pools (Drank)
04. Ro James – Alright
05. Kendrick Lamar – Rigamortus
06. Blu & Exile – She Said It’s Ok
07. Biggie – Going Back To Cali
08. Joey BADA$$ x Capital STEEZ – Survival Tactics
09. Nas – Just A Moment feat. Quan & RA Rugged Man
10. Mos Def feat. DJ Honda – Travellin Man
11. Dirty Hank – Radio Dial (Pete Rock edit)
12. Aaliyah – Are You That Somebody
13. ScHoolboy Q – Blessed feat. Kendrick Lamar
14. Jai Paul – Jasmine
15. A$AP ROCKY – Street Knock feat. Swiss Beatz
16. Busta Rhymes – Feedback (Remix) feat. Ciara & Fabolous
17. Boys II Men – Motown-philly (Beatbox)
18. Boys II Men – Motown-philly
19. Warren G – Regulate feat. Nate Dogg
20. Big Pun – Deep Cover
21. Janet Jackson & Busta Rhymes – What’s It Gonna Be
22. Erykah Badu – On & On
Theo Lewis (alias Tallman Stretch) has put together an outstanding mix in anticipation of the upcoming deep rhythm event happening this Saturday at Rhythm Factory. The artist’s recent mixes represent a shift in direction. Rooted in the eclectic and varied genre of house, Theo Lewis provides a stunning mix composed of a variety of influences. If you like progressiveness, electronic, dance music with a healthy dose of bass, this is worth a listen.
Tickets for Deep Rhythm, happening this Saturday 12th December are available here.
Mandombazani (Hard Kuduro) – Hip Pop Family
Yaow! – Baauer
Boring Bitches – ExR
Crystal Dust – Sinjin Hawke +Awoh! – JME |Mash Up|
Furnace Loop – Hudson Mohawke
Harlem Shake – Baauer
Intro – Outkast (Speakerboxx/Love below)
Running – Gill Scott Heron x Jamie xx
ItsNate – Where She Learnt That At (D’Vo Remix)
Backseat Freestyle – Kendrick Lamar
Amen – Meek Millz feat. Drake
Camera Day – Flying Lotus
Hold The Line – Major Lazer feat. Mr Lexx & Santiogold
Whatnot – Machinedrum
Time Travel – B.Lewis
Fuck Your Ethnicity – Kendrick Lamar
Too Deep For The Intro – J Cole