Monthly Archives: April 2014

Cor Stidak x W.O.L.M – Plastik Pyramids (prod. by Robot Orchestra)

Plastic Pyramids: Illuminatimusic? No, this is real. With Cor Stidak and W.O.L.M, two completly different but perfectly matching MCs on the mic and hearing this on one of Robot Orchestra beats is just goosebumps and euphoria. I hope we will hear more in this particular combination of styles because its just matches too well for just one track.

 

Azon Blaze – Don’t Trip feat. K-Hill (prod. by Shuffle Jack)

North Carolina Mc’s Azon Blaze and K-Hill team up with our main man Shuffle Jack to bring you this fine piece of music. On “Don’t trip” both Mc’s, Azon Blaze and K-Hill respectively, present a solid and effortless flow, which works great with the soulful beat provided by Shuffle Jack. Shuffle Jack on his part, impressively showcases his ability to produce diversified beats with constant subliminal changes throughout the track, yet still leaving enough room for the vocals to unfold to their full potential.

Soulpete – Dead or Alive (from “Soul Raw”)

Drumroll, please… polish producer Soulpete is about to release his debut album “Soul Raw”. The Line-up of featured Mc’s is nothing short of amazing: Guilty Simpson, Smiff N Wesson, Blu, Oddiesse and Supastition ,just to name a few. The digital version of the album will be available May 30th, whereas the Vinyl version is set to be released on  June 27th. In addition to the 14 regular tracks, the vinyl version contains 4 exclusive remixes by Robot Orchestra, Metro, Puzzel and Bodziers. The First video single released today features Hezekiah on the vocals and makes for a very promising start to the album.

Cd, Vinyl and digital version are available for pre-order here: http://etrecs.bandcamp.com/

S.F.T – Naw Ruz 2K14

New Zealand producer S.F.T serves up the goodie of the day with his latest track “Naw Ruz 2K14″. Starting out with rather non-rhythmic and strange percussion-like sounds and mallets, the track slowly builds up into an epic down-tempo anthem. The cinematic soundscapes and deep bassline, paired with hard hitting drums and lush percussion take the listener on a trip into another dimension free from everyday stress. Feel like you could use a break? All you need to do is press play and listen.

Kelis – Trick Me (Amin Payne Remix)

One for the Ladies… Melbourne based producer Amin Payne flipped this Kelis acapella to bring us his own take on the song “Trick Me”. In customary manner, Amin Payne combines funky Synths and Basslines with lush drums, which provide the foundation for Kelis vocals to unfold. Caution: This will make you wanna put on your dancing shoes and move your feet. Free download of this track is available on Amin Payne’s soundcloud.

Invention – Florist/Kwerk

Canadian producer Invention is showcasing his outstanding skills once again. His latest track “Florist” wins over the listener with beautiful chord progressions, lovely synth-sounds and a diversified arrangement. Press play, sit back and close your eyes and let Invention paint a picture with this down-tempo instrumental.

If the first track leaves you feeing for more, take a listen to this. Another Invention sure shot!