Malik B & Mr Green – Dolla Bill

Philly’s Malik B comes hard on the first track of his new album with super producer Mr. Green, Unpredictable. Nothing is unpredictable about this verbal onslaught for those familiar with his flow from his stint in The Roots though. In less than 1.5  minutes,... read more

The Roots – Break U Off (Dino Soccio ReWork) [Download]

A month after blessing us with a dope edit of D’angelo’s Betray My Heart which we used on LMDD3 (Download) Dino is back with more heat!  Coincidentally, D’angelo was originally slated to provide the vocals for The Roots’ Break U Off but passed... read more

Potatohead People – Broke The Pen feat. Mosaic

After teasing us for the last month or so, Potatohead People’s new album Big Luxury will finally be released next week. Their debut is described as “a velvety ride through vibes” and their latest leak, Broke the Pen is my favorite stop on this... read more

Afromaniac – Twenty(4)Seven (Download)

Twenty(4)Seven serves a proper introduction to Berlin beatsmith Afromaniac. He describes his music as a mosaic, “a colourful microcosm of diverse musical influences” and that comes across in this mixtape. It’s easy to fall in love with this project,... read more

Quantic – Spark It feat. Shinehead

On Spark It, The black gold and green is repped hard and threy’re not talking about sparking the leaf, but consciousness and awaerness through music. Created by 2 cats from England, Veteran toaster Shinehead and producer of all things funky & exotic, Quantic... read more

Moods – Hold Tight

Dutch producer Moods will release his 3 track viny l 12″ March 9th. Included are previously released takes on two old school groovers and lone original composition, Distance that can’t seem to decide whether it wants to break out into the dancefloor killer... read more

Inkswel – She Likes Techno feat. Reggie B & Kid Sublime

“Funk not only moves, it can remove, dig? – P-Funk Fun and funky, Australian producer Inkswel makes a call to the mothership with a monumental, new millenium groover. He doesnt do it alone, Kid Sublime and Kansas City curator of the funk Reggie B are... read more

Marc Cary – Beehive

Next month keyboard wizard Marc Cary will finally release the followup to 1999’s Rhodes Ahead. He will place the “Fender Rhodes sound front and center, fusing drum n’ bass, electronic music, jazz and funk influences.” The lead single, Beehive is a... read more
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