They’ve decided to make this week “Fool’s Gold Week,” and to celebrate we’ve given them a different exclusive download or stream for every day. It started off with a Nacho Lovers megamix showcasing all the tracks off their forthcoming “Acid Life / Go On” single, continued with a promo download of Sammy Bananas’ “Ladies” off his Braids & Fades EP, and today we dropped a preview stream of A-Trak and Laidback Luke’s massive team-up “Shake It Down.” Tomorrow the Surkin remix of Nacho Lovers’ “Acid Life” (off our Scion comp) makes its debut, and then we close the week real big with another megamix, this time featuring tracks off Jokers Of The Scene’s long awaited Acid Bagg EP.
Finally! Kid Sister’s debut album is finished, mixed, and mastered, and we’re proud to share her new single with you all. It’s called “Family Reunion,” produced by Diplo, featuring a guest verse from David Banner and (most importantly) showcases our girl Melisa getting her rappa-ternt-sanga on. Download from RCRD LBL and enjoy, and stay tuned for more info on the Dream Date LP coming very soon…
Well, the big news today is that Braids & Fades is for sale (see below, so pumped about this!) but also new and noteworthy is my upcoming European tour. I set sail next week on my maiden voyage to dj across the Atlantic. But while I’m smashing it up overseas, you all can rock to all the exclusives on this mix I made to promote the trip! Or if you happen to live in Oslo, Trondheim, Helsinki, London or Nottingham, you can get ready to come and see me. Link and tracklisting following el jump.
LA Riots’ latest remix (for Crystal Castles’ “Crimewave”) finally, but rather than tossing the internets a mere mp3 leak, they decided to go for the gusto and drop this full DJ mix containing 11 of their biggest remixes to date (including their take on Kid Sister’s “Control” and their recent N.A.S.A. flip). They are generous lads! Download it here and check for Vol 2 in a few weeks.
The second and most recent mix (curated by your faithful author) for the ever prolific homie Justin. Download it here.
In his own words, “There is no theme. There is no genre distinction. There is no big plan. There are only people and the music they like sharing for everyone to enjoy.” For anyone interested in listening and/or submitting, please visit STTEOTW. (via myself at REUP Mag)
Last week I started a new weekly in Brooklyn called FLASHING LIGHTS with my main d’amies DJ Ayres and Jubilee. The first one featured Klever as a special guest and was fun as hell (pics here), but I forgot to post the flyer on the FG blog beforehand. D’oh! Never again! The next few editions are going to be just as dope, and to go along with it, the three of us whipped together this promo mix featuring some of the tunes we’re dropping at the party – which is FREE every Friday night @ Public Assembly on North 6th St in Brooklyn (aka the old Galapagos). Download the mix here and check the tracklist after the jump. Read More
My latest mixtape, long in the making. In case you can’t tell, it’s an all-alt rock affair. Physical promo copies are going out to all Mishka retail accounts w/ their fall orders, and it’s free for everyone on the interweb as of this morning.
To coincide with a “Vinyl Archaeology” article they penned for the latest issue of The Fader, our own Nacho Lovers are sharing some of their favorite acieeeeeeeeed jams with you. Says Fistfight: “Here is a mini mix of some Acid house tracks we love. A few classics, a few lesser known or under-appreciated gems, and a few great acid tracks that aren’t 10+ years old.” Download it here, check tracklist after the jump, and read their article in the latest issue of the mag (Busy Signal and Tough Alliance on the cover). Read More