In case you missed em: download A-Trak’s costumed set from “The Boo Over” right here, and a recording of his I Love Techno set at Annie Mac’s blog. And if you’d like to hear our bud talk with more than his hands, check out this East Village Radio show where Trizzy pontificates on the state of independent labels with the heads of Glassnote, DFA and French Kiss.
Check out this project from our Vancouver pal DJ Neoteric: a new mix for Discobelle with no artist or track titles, creating a game for obsessive internet DJ fans and regular ol music lovers alike. And we have a tune from an upcoming release in there. GUESS WHO MOTHERBITCHES! Prizes for correct answers, happy hunting…
You can grab the FG North American release of the Count And Sinden’s club epic “Mega” over at Beatport, featuring exclusive new remixes from Jokers Of The Scene and Harvard Bass. But we also saved a freebie treat for the interwebs in the form of this jump-up jungle remix by Camo UFOs (aka Thee Mike B and Nate Day) that’s a reeewind in more ways than one. Download it now at RCRD LBL.
Check out Trackademicks guesting in this new vid from his Bay brethren Amp Live. In other Honor Roll news, Spank Pops’ Beautiful Noise EP just dropped this week (preview it over at 2dopeboyz) and Mike Baker’sNow Or Never EP got some props from OkayPlayer.
BK record spinner (and FG co-founder) Nick Catchdubs has been in the lab working on a gang of new musical projects, two of which are out for public consumption this week. First up is a collab with Proper Villains remixing the Cataracs’ “Club Love,” which premiered today on RCRD LBL.
Nick’s mix of dancehall detonator “Click Mi Finger” dropped Tuesday as part of a brand new Erup remix EP featuring Porier, Grahamzilla and Lunice (word to being the only non-Canadian remixer, USA! USA! USA!) that you can stream over at The Fader and purchase on iTunes and wherever else fine digital music is sold. More goodies out shortly…
Check out the newly launched Congorock.com for the latest and greatest from our boy Rocco, including Australia tour diaries, upcoming dates, and mp3 surprises like this collaboration with Crookers entitled “Sbombers” that was originally slated for the Crooks’ Grand Theft Auto radio channel, but ended up as a web treat instead.
For more Congorock (and Crookers) goodies, listen into this Mischief Night guest spot from Shark on The Fader’s “The Let Out” on East Village Radio. Yelling! And if you’re in Japan this month, check Congorock on tour – flyer after the jump. Read More