Switzerland’s finest Wildlife! returns with a dazzling new Ep. “Buckup” brings three deep and dubby Dancehall tunes, featuring vocals by Sammy Dread, Major Mackerel and Terry Lynn. Plus four high-class remixes by L-Vis 1990, Douster, Adam Port and French Fries.
Scattermusic will be releasing their new compilation titled “Bin Juice” that includes a track featuring vocals from bad man MC Serocee, titled “East Coast Anthem”. Download it below.
The London artist will shortly bring to an end the busiest year to date of her musical career, a year that saw her release her debut album Contact, Love, Want, Have on Hyperdub, deliver a string of remixes for labels like Planet Mu, Night Slugs, Thisisnotanexit and LuckyMe, constantly tour and, last but not least, start up Hum & Buzz, the record label she runs with Optimum.
Next year Ikonika plans to focus on the label, and her FACT mix features a slew of forthcoming Hum & Buzz material from Optimum, Dro Carey and herself, as well as new dubplates from Deep Teknologi, Bok Bok and more. Download it below, and turn the page for an interview with Ikonika about the year she’s had and what lies ahead.
1. Ikonika – Rope (Hum+Buzz)
2. Don Morris – In Da Groove (Bok Bok Remix) (Deep Teknologi)
3. Martyn – Shook Up (3024)
4. Ikonika – Off Mode (Hum+Buzz)
5. Karizma – The Damn Dub (R2)
6. Ikonika – Dance There & Back
7. Egyptrixx – Liberation Front (Night Slugs)
8. Distal – Feed Me
9. Ikonika – Fleas
10. Optimum – Light Year (Hum+Buzz)
11. Terror Danjah feat. Baby Face Jay – Breaking Bad (Hyperdub)
12. Ikonika – They Didn’t Bury You Deep Enough (The Last Of The Bleeps)
13. Girl Unit – I.R.L (Bok Bok Remix) (Night Slugs)
14. Optimum – Max Power (Planet Mu)
15. Nu Design – Subsonicfreedomskyank
16. Africa Hitech – 93 Million Miles (Warp)
17. Dro Carey – Candy Red (Hum+Buzz)
(Available for three weeks)
Roska’s Essential mix from last Saturday. Tonnes of his own trademark stuff over 2 hours.
Baobinga’s promo mix for Shit the Bed, Bristol on the 4th of Dec. Rowdy Time.
High Rankin’s label, Suicide Dub, is releasing their second compilation of featured artists on ‘This is Suicide Dub volume 2′. I’m not a big fan of Dubstep or Drumstep, so the compilation doesn’t really take my fancy. But after taking a listen to the tracks, my ears perked up when I heard Take A Lick by Hostage. Heavy drum patterns and breaks, with stabbing synth lines, rolling in at 130BPM by the sounds of it. I like it!
Another massive track coming in at 130, Wheel Come From by Evolve Or Die is taken off ‘This is Suicide Dub volume 1′. Came out a while ago and some how passed me by, but will giving it some play time. Download it now and enjoy!
Hugh Funky Bashment rework of Busy Signals Opera by Sabbo, Loving this track at the moment, Download it now….
Another big one via Man Recordings: Oliver $ feat. Deize Tigrona – Toca Pra Mim (Sabo & Dave Nada Moombahton Refix)
Grab for free here:
Mumdance has a new grime release called “Tarahtid EP” coming out Nov. 29th on No Hats No Hood. Here’s a little exert from the press release.
“The “Tarahtid EP’ showcase’s Mumdance’s diversity and confidence as an artist, fusing his own signature sounds while referencing the golden ‘Eski’ years of early naughties grime. The results are a unique take on a genre which is clearly close to his heart and end up sounding like what might have been had Wiley decided to veer slightly more to the left during his recent foray in to more conventional dance music.”
Check out the tracklist and a free download below
1. Tarahtid ft Trim & Jammer (Clean Edit)
2. Tarahtid ft Trim & Jammer (Original)
3. Tarahtid (Instrumental)
4. Wht ima Say Nex ft Trim (Original)
5. Wht Ima Say Nex (Instrumental)
Banana Clipz is set to release their debut new EP features a number of guest vocalists, including Los Rakas, Bay Area-based Guyanese dancehall MC Tidal, Sierra Leone-born singer Khady Black, and Black Nature of San Francisco’s Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars.
The whole EP is dropping over at Ghetto Bassquake to download on Monday 29th November. Banana Clipz is a production alliance between Bersa Disco’s Oro 11 and Chief Boima collaborating on a selection of bombs inspired by the bass heavy club sounds of Latin America, Africa & the Caribbean. Many of the tracks have guest vocalists and you can grab an exclusive pre-release cut from the EP right now featuring vocals from white hot Oakland/Panamanian rappers Los Rakas.
preview all the tracks in Boima’s mini mix HERE