I had the good fortune of catching mim0sa at Shambhala ’11 where he played two absolutely killer sets. This mix brings me back to his first set which at the Living Room stage, which to those who dont know, is on a beach and looks something like the video below. That image combined with the (imagined) feeling of a PK soundsytem really brings me back to a great place. Anyways, make sure to check out the mix below the vid.
track listing for the mix is in the comments
This one is a few weeks old but I had someone ask me about it the other day so here it is. If you have never checked out the series from Мишка then do yourself a favour and check out some of their older compilations (Rusko, Skream, Plastician etc. for those interested) through their soundcloud page. Also be sure to check out Мишка – they have some sick clothes
Brand new tune from Nero along with a free download. From what I can gather this appears to be the theme song for the upcoming game “Syndicate” (no shit). This is the second track from notable electronic artists, the first of which being Skrillex’s track also called, you guessed it, “syndicate”. You can check out the Skrillex track along with the trailer for said game beneath the Nero track.
I heard this track a few weeks ago at their Toronto show (which was followed by their Detroit show that the cops raided) and heard this fantastic remix of an already great tune, I tried so hard to find this version and here we are a few weeks later and they have released it for download. I know some of you will really dig this track. Enjoy!
When I found out that I was going to get to interview Freaky Flow I practically lost my shit, in order to explain why I need to give you some background. When I was in the ninth grade (circa ’99) I was introduced to skateboarding by some mates, I was complete shit but it was all in good fun. While skating we would always have a stereo and some tunes playing on it. It was during this part of my life that some friends introduced me to jungle/dnb. This style blew my mind! I had never heard anything even remotely like it and to this day I can proudly say that one of the first dnb-esque albums that I ever heard was “Obscene Underground: Volume 1″ which to most who know is fondly known as “Tits” (look at the cover if that doesn’t make any sense to you). Naturally my tastes in music, as with most people’s, has been shaped by things from the past. So without further ado I present the one, the only Freaky Flow!Read More...[..]
Here’s the new track from Gentlemen Thieves, who you will recall did an interview with us a few months ago. Give it a read here if you want (Gentlemen Thieves – Interview).