Dominic Lord - Pierce (Remix) featuring Pusha T & Grimes
Former A$AP member, Dominic Lord, returns with the remix of his earlier Hudson Mohawke produced single, ‘Pierce’. Featuring one half of the Clipse and a piece of the GOOD Music clique, Pusha T, along with a faint feature of Canadian pop sensation Grimes. An all-star line up to say the least.
Flying Lotus - Until the Quiet Comes (short film by Khalil Joseph)
The long awaited, highly anticipated short film from Brainfeeder head honcho himself, Flying Lotus, arrived earlier today. Shot on 35mm film, three tracks off of FlyLo’s fourth LP, Until the Quiet Comes, are previewed along with visuals directed by Khalil Joseph aka Shabazz Palaces.
Until the Quiet Comes is set to release on October 2nd.
Deep. Future Garage + R&B banger featuring none other than the vocal samples of Aaliyah. According to the Calgary producer, this is a redub of a mere loop he made back in 2010. An absolute gem that would make the likes of Burial burst with joy.
The Oakland based producer who brought you the stunning rework of Crystal Castles’ Baptism returns with another remix, this time of the latest Crystal Castles single, ‘Plague’. What starts off as a trance like, drone atmosphere soon turns into a whirlwind of nightmare-ish sounds housed on a four to the floor kick drum pattern.
The latest to drop from the LuckyMe camp. An outtake from Cid Rim’s LP which dropped back in August entitled Poellau, after a small town from Cid’s home country of Austria. Typical detuned, sparkling synths run afloat along with more traidtional drums than what you’d expect from your everyday electronic producer.
My personal favourite off the latest Blawan EP. Sampling a hip-hop anthem How Many Mics by The Fugees, the much-hyped record obviously inherits a lot of similar sound from his previous release Long Distance Open Water Worker. With that being said, I guess it’s pretty safe to say that the Sheffield native is one of the tightest producer in the game right now.
Temporary aid for those who are pretty much disappointed by the delay of LongLiveA$AP. Features productions from regular collaborator Clams Casino and ASAP Ty Beats, as well as two anticipated tracks with AraabMUZIK and more.
Lush remix from the LA native, feeling the crawl haus vibes all over this track which is slowly becoming his signature sound. And as a guy pointed out on Twitter earlier, Shlohmo would pretty much be the perfect candidate to handle the rest of Aaliyah’s posthumous production, to be fair.
Ex-The Weeknd producer Jeremy Rose drops a new ethereal R&B jam together with Jesse Boykins III. With production style similar to The Weeknd’s What You Need, this track is a follow-up to his tune previously showcased on TNGHT’s Diplo and Friends mix. Zodiac’s 5 track EP is expected to drop September 24th on Jacques Greene’s Vase label.