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Summer Twins - Forget Me

Off of 2013’s Forget Me EP on Burger Records. Riding that mid-July high.


New Sound I’m working on, trying to produce everything from scratch.  XX female producing what up!

Mndsgn - Eggs

(Source: scptn, via yourfavorite-loser)

Sampha - Without

Off of 2013’s Dual EP. Tonight, tomorrow.

Tirzah & Micachu - I’m Not Dancing

Tirzah is a singer from the UK, singing in this track on top of a Micachu (from indie pop band Micachu & the Shapes) production. It’s weird, yet strangely addictive.

Machinedrum - Want Me

Following Giorgio Moroder’s track, Machinedrum drops an Adult Swim Single.

Machinedrum - Hazel Ash

Eventually I’ll start posting rock music. Maybe. But for now, this kinda of stuff brings me a lot of joy. New tune from Machinedrum, w/ vocals from Brandy(?).

Taylor McFerrin - The Antidote (featuring Nai Palm)

Favorite cut on Early Riser.

Sade - Sweetest Taboo (Flava Dre Message) [Warren Xclnce Re-work]

that bump and grind.

SBTRKT -  Temporary View (featuring Sampha)

Turn this the.fuck.up. YES!

Madlib - Shame (Instrumental)

Off of the Piñata Beats record, out today on the Madlib Invazion label. I’ve been waiting for this moment for awhile! Love Freddie Gibbs but sometimes I want some beats to vibe to without hearing about the dope game, or how many bitches Gibbs gives the sex to.

Taylor McFerrin - Already There (featuring Robert Glasper & Thundercat)

From 2014’s Early Riser LP. The whole world (at least to me) has been dreaming about a Glasper x Thundercat collaboration for a long time!

Mo Kolours - Little Brown Dog

Off of 2014’s self-titled release. This track is a gem.

Mo Kolours is a half-Mauritian, half-English producer, singer and percussionist. On his self-titled debut album he displays dazzling inventiveness and joyous spirit – unsurprising for someone raised on the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Lee Perry and A Tribe Called Quest while remaining ever curious about his Indian Ocean roots.

Bambooman - Sun (Eckoclick Remix)



Archie Whitewater - Cross Country (1970)

My brain is still scrambled from excessive Cinco de Mayo-ing, but this one’s sounding good to me right now. Top-notch xylophone playing, and a bit of heart-breaking trumpet.

In love with this joint