Attention moombahtonistas: check the latest edition of T&A Breaks, curated by our dudes Ayres & Tittsworth and featuring cover art by Dust La Rock. It’s a collection of moombahton drum loops, noises and more for DJs and producers. Out now on Beatport and everywhere fine digital music is sold. And for more 110bpm radness, go download Dave Nada’s Foolcast mix from last year (trivia: the first all-moombahton DJ mix ever!)
Check out Sammy Bananas’ take on Hollywood Holt’s “Hollywood” over at the iheartcomix blog and Trackademicks’ version of Zion I and The Grouch’s “Lift Me Up” on iTunes. As if that’s not enough, you can find both Sammy and Track reworking different songs from Tittsworth’s debut album on the new T&A Remixes single, available on digital and vinyl at Turntable Lab. Teamwork!
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.
The Australian sensations and witty young gents known to the world as Bag Raiders hit our fair city for a freebie show tonight @ Plan B (339 E. 10th St @ Ave B) sponsored by Scion Radio. Midnight Juggernauts, Tittsworth, Ayres, and Blu Jemz will also be playing DJ sets, so be sure to roll through.
That’s not Kid Sister or Pase Rock, it is a Popeye’s Chicken Burrito
You might know FG friend Tittsworth from his club remixes (and break records!), or his impromptu stint as Kid Sister’s hypeman on the Good Vibrations tour in Australia. Now you can add “solo artist” to the mix, since he has a debut album coming out next Tuesday called 12 Steps on Plant Music. Kid Sis returns the favor by guesting on his single “WTF” alongside Pase Rock, and you can grab the “WTF” mp3 (and read a quick Q&A with Tittsworth about the making of the album) over at the Fader blog.