The original dub master, Scientist, is teaming up with Red Bull Music Academy and Tectonic to launch dubstep into outerspace! In a team comprising of; Scientist, The Upsetters, Pinch, Mala, Loefah and Pokes, they will be playing live at three separate locations in the UK this month. These are the dates and their respective details;
18th November – Fabric, London:
Scientist vs The Upsetters, Pinch, Sgt Pokes, Mala and Loefah
21st November – Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow:
Scientist, Pinch, Sgt … [read more]
This is the video for Hektagon‘s remix of Diablo Riddim by Piece of Shh…, out now on vinyl and then next week digitally via the Svetlana Industries label. The single also includes; the original track (obviously) and remixes by Zomby and Acid Loops – the latter of which is exclusive to the vinyl release. To call this a Balkan-banger would be an understatement – try stopping your head from nodding. You cant, can you?!
As a label, Serbia’s Sveltlana Industries are slowly … [read more]
The indomitable Wah Wah 45s crew are hosting an amazing event on Saturday 27th November at The Scala in London. When Wah Wah 45s had their 10th Anniversay party at the same venue last year, over 1000 people turned up get their groove on. Well… this year the lineup is bigger and better, with the likes of; Quantic, The Unabombers, Florian Keller, The Hackney Colliery Band, Stac, The Simonsound, The Hidden Orchestra and loads more doing what they do … [read more]
The November mix for Jus Like Music has been provided by close confidant, and very talented producer, BUG from London, and it’s available to stream over at Mixcloud right now. Since bursting on the scene earlier this year with his debut single (Cosmic Lab) on Jus Like Music Records, BUG has been busy working on various projects, churning out classic mix after mix, and providing remixes for some big names – some of which will see the light of day very … [read more]
Big Mister Doom are a Leeds, England-based electronica duo comprising of Joe Wretham and Ian Scott. They’ve just recently released their debut EP, EP One, and it truly is a thing of electronic beauty. Available as a FREE download right now via Bandcamp, EP One is a three-track release comprising of wonderful cinematic sketches, dark dubbed-out tones, and an eerie blend of electronic and organic sensibilities.
Soon after hitting ‘play’, it struck me as being … [read more]
Been a while since we’ve had much to shout about regards to straight up rap, but when this arrived in my inbox I was surprised for two reasons. 1. It’s by P.U.D.G.E, of leftfield beat producing fame (All City/RAMP), and 2. particularly considering I didn’t even know he was a rapper, it’s really pretty damn good! This track, Dorothy Looks Crazy, is produced by House Shoes and is lifted from P.U.D.G.E‘s PUDGESNACKS VOL.2 “I Didnt know!!! U Rap???”… [read more]
After his recent (and very popular) D’Angelo remix, Sam Champ is back with another brilliant remix. This time Sam Champ does his magic on the track Soldier by Erykah Badu, and the soulful refix is FREE to download right now! It features production by Sam Champ himself, keys and bass from Tyler Cash, and mixing by Cousin Jacob and OP!.
Having previously worked with the likes of Kissey Asplund and J Period, Brooklyn-based DJ and producer Sam Champ is turning plenty … [read more]
It’s back! The OneTaste Festival 2010 brings the best in emerging talent from the realms of music, poetry, dance and theatre to The Bedford in Balham, London (SW12) on Sunday 14th November. Performers on the day will include; Eska, MC Xander, Polarbear, Laura J Martin, the OneTaste Choir, Yult, Tanya Auclair and also DJ sets from Dom Servini and Scrimshire.
Keeping ones ﬁnger on the pulse of today’s dexterous music scene is a time-sponging, even arduous task. Yet such diligence sporadically uncovers sparks of creative vision that would otherwise languish in the ether. With Sepalcure’s latest XLR8R mix pounding through the speakers, a choppy vocal sample paired to a sumptuous bassline creeps in, immediately catching my attention. The track in question is The Look by Canadian producer Jacques Greene, who notes 90s garage and Chicago house as reference points when composing music in a … [read more]