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February, 2012 Monthly archive

Dublab.com

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If you like that lo-fi sp-404 sound you will enjoy this. This release by vxlam actually has some more substance/quality than a lot of other stuff in this ‘genre’. Good work on the drums, sounds really fresh!

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Freddie Joachim:
Kenny Burrell – Recapitulation
Cal Tjader – Cubano Chant
Gene Ammons – Pagan Love Song
Deodato – September 13
The George Benson Quartet – The Borgia Stick
Leroy Hutson – Cool Out
Mos Def – Mathematics (Freddie Joachim Remix)
Infamous MC – Ex Files
Sound Providers – The Field
Reflection Eternal – 2000 Seasons
Jay Dee – Kamaal
Dwele – Truth
Joe McDuphrey Experience – Solar Waves

Question:
Jimmy McGriff – Green On Dolphin Street
A Tribe Called Quest – Jazz
J88 – The Look Of Love Jay Dee Remix
Ivan Jones – Black Whip
John Klemmer – Free Soul
Medina Green – Cross Town Beef
Ahmad Jamal – Swahililand
De La Soul – Stakes Is High
J Live – Don’t Play
Wanda De Sah – Berimbau
The Nonce – Eighty Five
Jimmy Mcgriff – Blue Juice
Brand New Heavies – Sometimes
Asheru & Blue Black – Truly Unique
Donald Byrd – Think Twice
Jay Dee – Think Twice

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Five nice chilled out beats by SH∆IN C∆W. Reminds me a bit of DJ Spinna’s beats…

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Very nice mix by Bugseed.

01. Astrological – Kudzu Vine
02. Plusga – Beat 04
03. Antitune – Stumblestep
04. Hieronymus – Good Use
05. Figub Brazlevic – In The Sky
06. Figub Brazlevic – Windows
07. Arts The Beatdoctor – Decreasing Daylight
08. Samon Kawamura – Tut-Take Mdmnr
09. Ol – Minus 613
10. Beatsofreen – Head Lock
11. Alterfix – We Got The Skills (bbb)
12. Repeat Pattern & Broke – Always Behind

[audio: http://free.projectmooncircle.com/finest_ego_monthly_mix_february_2012.mp3]

Via Finest Ego

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Check out http://bling47.com for more new Dilla related videos!

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Two new releases by heRobust. ‘Late Night’ has a more energetic/bass heavy feel to it than ‘Morning After’, which sound a bit more toned down/relaxed with even some jazzy sax sounds on ‘Chaka Con Artist’. Both releases sound very crisp and polished, no vinyl dust here. You can still very much hear the influence of traditional boombap in there though, but blended with a lot of fresh ideas and cool new (glitchy) sounds.

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