Young Dj and Producer Bakermat outdid himself in his new winter mix. You can find the tracklist from his soundcloud page.
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Introducing Venezuelan American singer- songwriter and visual artist Devendra Banhart. Banhart’s new album “Mala” is coming out sometime this year in spring. Personally I can’t wait..
For all those oldies fans out there:
Flight Facilities came out with an epic mix around a month ago: Triple J Mix Up Exclusive #1. The mix was a chronological journey through a selection of legendary songs and their remixes (some of which are by the artist) from 1972 to 1982.
Today FF just released their second Triple J mix. Same concept – different time period : 1982 – 1992. These are a must if you are an oldies fan !
ps. You can view the full tracklists on the Soundcloud page.
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Young beat maker Flume, first started producing at age 13 from a music producing program he found in a cereal box ! Years later here he is one of the best producers of his generation.
Little is know about the new mysterious duo Rhye. All we can say is that they have captured our attention with their unique stlye and voice. Here is their single The fall with two different remixes.
Alt J – our favorite British indie rock quartet ! Here is their song for the award-winning film Silver Linings playbook and a remix from their one and only drummer Thom Green.
The Detroit Experiment is a jazz-electronic group formed from natives & residents of Detroit, Michigan; Dj-Producer Carl Craig, saxaphonist Bennie Maupin, trumpeter Marcus Belgrave, pianist Geri Allen and finally violinist Regina Carter.
Feist’s single “Caught in a Long Wind” has made a big comeback this year with some awesome new remixes. Here are our favorites.
Boogie Belgique just released his second album “Time for a Boogie” last week.
Three of the songs already made the Beatport Top 100 Chillout list. Here’s a 12 min. mini mix/teaser of the album.
The movie was good but so was the soundtrack. We’re featuring two of our favourites. The first one is by John Legend; very old school and so full of emotion. The second is GUTS’s version of the theme song, he did a marvelous job to turn it into a groovy song. Djangoooo Djangooo!