Our buddy Max Glazer commissioned a bunch of new mixes for his Federation Sound “Flatlands” riddim, including this bass-thwomping bad boy from from our own Nick Catchdubs. Download it here, and check the full collection (including an insane self-remix from Ward 21) when it lands pon iTunes tomorrow (10/18).
One of the many benefits of following Action Bronson and Party Supplies on Twitter is that alongside all the constantly entertaining, stream-of-consciousness pop culture references, you get blessed with new tracks on the regular like “Blue Chips,” a teaser off their upcoming collab album that’s nastier than a Nick Nolte mugshot. Download it here and check them both at our four-year anniversary party October 22nd. For more Bronsolino, check him talking scrimps in LA with Josh Ozersky after the jump. Read More
Check out this recording of JOTS spinning some of their favorites at LA’s legendary Amoeba Music this past September. “Listen closely for random speaker phone announcements, happy cash registers, and random customers’ cheers and track inquiries.”
The Tuesday Brusin’ continues, with Black Milk dropping “Zap” off his collab LP with Danny Brown Black & Brown as a Soundcloud freebie. Check their whole EP when it is released November 1st (preorder over at Black Milk’s online store).
Whooo! “Luuk Out Gurl” is a collab between some of Chicago’s finest, Flosstradamus and Kid Sister. Their footwork-inspired jam is not only the first original track from Floss in almost two years, but the lead volley off their new EP, Jubilation, dropping soon on Fool’s Gold and featuring even more hyperactive raps and drum machine b-b-boom. And as you may have heard, Kid Sister has a new EP of her own on deck… PARTY TIME!
Check out the new Freaky Tales mixtape from Ohio’s own Freaky Franz, mixed by FG’s Sammy Bananas. It features a few Telephoned-related guest spots (including the Sammy-produced “Imma Freak”. Trappy Bananas!) but the majority of the tracks feature beats from Franz himself, a hardcore kid / skater turnt rapper whose been making noise throughout the Midwest. Stay tuned for more. Read More