So after nearly a year of radio silence on these here airwaves – aside from his recent IDM is a MILF mix – Primus Luta is back in the presenting seat with a brand new RIPL show.
As always the selection runs through a wide range of electronic music from the edges, including bugged out experiments, techno in various shapes, hip hop and more with music from Autechre, Bandshell, Demdike Stare, Computer Jay, Roel Funcken, Submerse, Amp Live, Shafiq Hussain, Sweatson Klank, King Britt and more.
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Karen Gwyer – Night Nails – No Pain In Pop
Rainer Veil – Struck – Modern Love
Autechre – recks on – Warp
Monolog X – HUMS – Neles records
Komatssu – Lejano y oscuro planeta – Scheme
Roel Funcken – Qintazm – Funkarma
Bandshell – Winton – Liberation Technologies
Pazes – Cendres – Chico Dub
Somatic Responses – Reverse Engineering – Noisj
Regis – Blood Witness (version) – Blackest Ever Black
no pomo – ???cnet v.4.2.na wave??? (FOR TUNA WAVE) – Self Released
Lucy & Silent Servant – Victors History – Mote Evolver
Submerse – Algorithms and Ghosts – Project Mooncircle
Atom TM – Riding the Void – Raster Norton
AYBEE – Moon’s Whisper – Deepblak
Demdike Stare – Collision – TestPressing
Ferox – Gargoyle – Black Acre
Amp Live – Dhea – Plug Research
Computer Jay – Sundial Meltdown (feat. Gaslamp Killer) – Savage Discotheque
Lapalux – Forlorn (ft. Busdriver) – Brainfeeder
Georgia Anne Muldrow – Akosua – Mello Music Group
Shafiq Husayn & The Dove Society feat. Breezy Lovejoy, J. Mitchell, Jimetta Rose and Mprvs – Twelve – Giant Step
Romare – Hey Now (When I Give You All My Lovin’) – Black Acre
Fhloston Paragidm – Beyond The Sun – Self Released
A/T/O/S – A Taste Of Struggle – Deep Medi Musik
Sweatson Klank feat. Anna Wise – Morning After Pills – Project Mooncircle
Tricky feat. Francesca Belmonte – I Could – False Idols
Every once in a while something special comes along in our inbox, an old mix we’d requested from some close friends or an unexpected submission. This past week was one of those occasions. Two old friends of ours, And and Joe Clockwork, sent us a brand new mix which they’d hinted at in the past year but which I knew would be ready when the time came (they’re best not rushed those two, fine gentlemen that they are).
Enter The Dragon Stout is a mix in the purest Rhythm Incursions tradition. 40 minutes of classics stitched together as only these two are capable of, with the sort of skits and attention to detail that’s become all too rare.
There is no tracklist, I’m not even going to mention what’s in it, you should just know that it’s dope from beginning to end and even though the names might not mean much to you they come highly recommended. Like HIGHLY. Family tree stuff.
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With all this said, sit down, pop a Dragon Stout and chill like Bruce Lee.
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Hello and welcome to another edition of the world famous Rhythm Incursions “In-Session” podcast series with your host Dday One; broadcasting from Los Angeles, CA.
This time we take a listen to classic Electro Music and pay tribute to the early “Beat Scenes” from around the world!
Los Angeles Electro-Funk, Miami Bass, 80’s Soviet electronic music, Japanese electro, English electropop, Italo disco, French touch plus classic German bass music.
In addition to the various styles (chop edits, computer rock, vocoder, 808 beats, etc) in this mix we also hear early works from the 2 Live Crew, Ice T, Dr. Dre, Kid Frost and Detroit techno originators Juan Atkins and Richard Davis.
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2 Live Crew – 2 Live
Jamie Jupitor – Computer Power
Zigmars Liepins- Dance 85
The X-Men – It’s More Fun To Sample
Dr. Dre [World Class Wreckin’ Cru]- Surgery
Iceman Ja – Dance Transformer
Cosmic Jam – We’re Jamming
Eddie D Featuring Galaxxy – Cold Cash Money
Latin Rascals – Bach To The Future
Gigolo Tony – Tear $h*t Up
Tha Swami – To Be #1 (Rap)
Newcleus – Jam On Revenge (Remix)
Riow Arai – Plus Alpha
Ice T – Killers
The Amazing Wizards – Dance Of The Wizards
Yapoos – Nikuya no Youni
King Mc – Ghetto Drama
B.O.S.E. – Robo Cop
Iceman Ja – Dead Or Alive
Kraftwerk – Numbers
Kool G Rap – Rhymes I Express
Spyder-D – Rap Is Here To Stay
Electro Medley edit (Dday One)
C-Jam & Kid Frost- Commando Rock
M.C.B – Oh Inspector (It’s The New Mix)
MC Superb ft DJ Pressure – Get Up And Dance
Lakim Shabazz /45 King – Hands of Fate
Cybotron – R9
Daft Punk – Da Funk
Fab 5 Freddy – Une Sale Histoire
Electric Boogie Boots – Cheeky
Marly Marl / Mc Shan – He Cuts So Fresh
Hometown Boyzz – We got the boom
This week’s guest mix comes from Berlin and fits with the winter mood here in our part of the world. Tolcha are a Berlin-based four piece band who do ‘Kraut Dub’. Their new album, Neustadt, has just been released on Neopren. Originally written and imagined as a film score, it’s a deep electronic dub trip that very much operates along the lines of the ‘music for unknown movie’ idea that’s been used by the likes of Vadim among others.
Anyways Tolcha were kind enough to do a guest mix for us in celebration of the release, and the music on this 1h mix is very much in line with the new album: deep, hypnotic and with quite a Germanic touch some might even say. It’s definitely a departure from stuff we’ve showcased before, but the mix’s (and album) dub grounding is very much what makes it attractive to our ears.
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You can find out more about Tolcha and order the new album on their site.
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This month’s guest mix comes via Dday One in Los Angeles. DJ mtm (aka Murry The Mayor) is someone Dday met at a recent show during a tour of the Bay Area. The Oakland-based DJ (originally from Chicago) impressed him so much that Dday asked him to contribute to our series.
No tracklist, just an hour of vibes from head nod to eyes down to funky grooves.
Also look out for Dday One in Europe (finally!) with a tour that should be taking place from mid April to early May alongside Glen Porter. We’ll have more information on this soon, alongside a new show from the man himself.
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We’re back for 2013. First mix of the year is a special from Primus Luta who having recovered from the recent hurricane that wrecked NYC delivers a themed mix of IDM productions. I’ll let him explain the why…
“IDM is a MILF, especially in this reinvented EDM era. Before there was Ableton Live she knew how to patch an MS20 to get that filter sweep that is now two clicks away. Before there were sampled 808s she programmed real 808s and sampled on reel to reels. She’s old now, you may not recognizer her with all the cosmetic surgery, and hanging with her probably won’t get you on any cool list, but she’s still hot and a lot of cats still fuck with her. So this is dedicated to them and the one couple that will turn this mix into baby making music. And if you feel like you have to complain about my selection of “IDM” I salute you because you never stopped fucking with her.”
And that as they say is that. As always download and/or stream below or simply subscribe to the iTunes/RSS feeds (links below).
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Kawakami Kohei – Her Laughter Roams My Room
Himuro – I Hear Echoes Of You
datassette – Videohorse
photodementia – astrography
Sunken Foal – Licking the Foil
Valance Drakes – Freedom is an Illusion
Vaetxh – Crumbling Shuffle
Richard Devine – Varseop
patten – a.m./soft focus
Astrobotnia – The Message
Xhin – Fox & Wolves
Phlex – Fakedrum
Tiruset – Tokamak
Mark Fell – SOA-5
Phoenecia – Gesundheit
Spinachprince – Bearings
Astrobotnia – Fever
Xhin – Medium
Shigeto – Spring Textures
Basis – Ki x Sorrow
Similar Objects – Pastmayanfutureprincess
Grischa Lichtenberger – 1011_22_Lv_1b
Team Doyobi – Definition
Gescom – V Take Fastroll
NHK – Fu2
Cex – Secret Monog
Qebrus – Crstlrm
Atom™ – -Kunstpause-
Candle Labra – Vanadium **
Actress – Caves Of Paradise
Mr 76ix – Miss.Heroin
Subjex – Rainforest’s Arythmetic
Closing in on a quiet-ish year here at Rhythm Incursions, our Tokyo duo of XLII and Broken Haze deliver one last show before our obligatory end of year wrap up which will be coming towards end of the month. After that we reboot for 2013 with a return to more regular broadcasts and some tasty guest mixes.
For the December show XLII and Broken Haze have once more put together a selection of recent favourites with the likes of Joker, S-Type, Piano Overlord, Son of Kick, Nobody, Kuhn, Machinedrum, Ruff Squad, DVA and more all featuring. Music includes mainly recent releases from the past few months, so be sure to check the tracklist and click through to support if you like what you hear.
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XLII Selection 1
Piano Overlord – Aninha – Chocolate Industries
S-Type – You Da Best – LuckyMe
Monolithium – Bounce 4 Life – Error Broadcast
Son Of Kick feat. Virus Syndicate & Foreign Beggars – EOW – Smog
Ogris Debris – Around Here (Slow Jam) – Affine Records
Broken Haze Selection 1
Broken Haze – Melody [BROKEN HAZE VIP REMIX] – Unreleased
Machinedrum – Diablooo – Free download
Hudson Mohawke – Cbat (Slick Shoota Edit) – Free download
Kuhn – I Quit (feat Obey City) – Civil Music
Sintra – Flume – Flume
XLII Selection 2
Nobody – Rex – Alpha Pup
DVA feat. Inga Copeland – Rumours – Hyperdub
Taal Mala – Original Rudeboy Ting – Unreleased
Clicks & Whistles – Fumando – Frite Nite
Ruff Sqwad – Tings in boots – No Hats No Hoods
Broken Haze Selection 2
Broken Haze – Battle of Empires – Top Billin
ReSketch – Numf – Infinite Machine
Mr Mitch – Bills – Slit Jockey
Joker – Old Era (Original Full Length Mix) – Kapsize
Starkey – Thugs – Civil Music
We return with another session from our man in Los Angeles, Dday One. It’s been a quiet winter so far on Rhythm Incursions, mainly due to other commitments, and we’ll work to return to a more regular schedule in the new year but in the meantime Dday takes care of business with a usual mix of new and old goodies from both his own Conten(t) label and beyond. Music from Ital Tek, Long Arm, Scuba, Diplo, Kidsuke, Latryx, Om Unit, Pixelord, DJ Scientist and more.
As always with the In Session broadcast you can download the show directly via Dday’s bandcamp or if you’re a subscriber to our iTunes/RSS feed directly from us. Embed below.
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Dday One – Startime
Ital Tek- Pixel Haze
Long Arm – Perfect Morning (Dday One Remix)
Violent Mood – Jazz Lessons
Diplo – Untitled
Scuba – In 2
The Herbaliser feat. Twin Peaks – Zero Hill
Kidsuke – Mooooooon
Two Finger – Snap
Mantronix – Sing A Song (Break it Down)
Latyrx- Storm Warning
Om Unit – Le Singe
Gangstarr – Peace of Mine
Time Overdose – Nothing You Wanted
Dj Scientist – World Of Stone
Pixelord – Been Lookin
Comptons Most Wanted – Growing Up In The Hood
The Prodigy / Kool Keith – Diesel Power
Padmo (of 40 Winks) – Bird Watch
Jon Kenedy – The Last Metro link Home
Los Twangers – Back To Sonra
Ladies and gents we have something real special for you on this Monday morning. It takes the shape of a brand new mix from David Vangel, the Equinox recordings artist some of you might remember from his guest mix, In My Rumination, a few years back. However this isn’t just your average guest mix, rather it’s a themed mix around numbers. When Vangel hit us up a while back with the idea of a mix featuring music somehow related to numbers (in the title, lyrics) we were not only down but pretty curious to see what he could come up with. The result is a 30 odd minute trip of musical and numerical madness, from rap to country, talkies to funk. The mix itself oscillates between cut and paste, mixing, cutting and just plain old ‘here’s a tune you didn’t expect to hear’.
So without much more to say other than this is not only tons of fun it’s also totally child friendly (for those of you with little ones), here is David Vangel’s Count Numberella mix. Download it, play it, count to it.
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PPS: He’s even given us a tracklist!
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Boney M – Night Flight to Venus (Atlantic/Sire/Hansa)
Three Dog Night – One is the Lonliest Number (Dunhill/MGM/Epic/Columbia)
Boogie Down Productions – Im Still Number 1 (Jive/RCA)
Nas – One Love (Columbia)
Organized Konfusion – Numbers (Priority)
Unknown – 1234 SKIT
Cake – Subtract One Love (Multiply the Heartaches) (Upbeat)
Beatnuts – Let Off a Couple (Relativity/Violator)
Dj Shadow – The Number Song (Mo’ Wax)
School of Rock SKIT (Paramount)
Schoolhouse Rock – Three is a Magic Number (ABC)
De La Soul – The Magic Number (Tommy Boy)
De La Soul – Breakadawn (Tommy Boy/Warner)
A Tribe Called Quest feat. Busta Rhymes – One, Two Shit (Remix) (Jive/BMG)
Naughty by Nature – 123 (Tommy Boy)
Aaliyah – Throw Your Hands Up (Virgin)
Counting SKIT – The Count (Sesame Street) (PBS/CTW)
R.Kelly – 12 Play (Jive)
911 Out of Order SKIT (197)
Len Barry – 123 (Decca/Brunswick)
Das Racist – Happy Rappy (Greedhead Music)
Unknown – 1-10 SKIT
Jackson 5 – ABC (acapella) (Motown)
Sesame Street 1-12 SKIT (PBS/CTW)
Carole King – One Was Johnny (Ode/Epic)
Pharaoh Monch feat. Busta Rhymes – The Next Shit (Rawkus/Priority/EMI)
Method Man, LL Cool J, DMX – 4321 (Def Jam)
Method Man – How High (Def Jam)
The Firm – Affirmative Action (Aftermath/Interscope/MCA)
Mos Def – Mathematics (Rawkus)
Xzibit feat. Saafir & Ras Kass – 3 Card Molly (RCA)
Public Enemeny – 54321 Boom (Koch)
Bill Haley – Rock Around The Clock (Decca)
Trout Fishing in America – 18 Wheels on a Big Rig (Trout)
Bad Brains – Counting in Numbers (Epic)
Nas – One Time 4 Your Mind (Columbia)
Toto – 99 (Columbia)
Jay-S – 99 Problems (accapella)
Nena – 99 Luftballons Ger/Eng Version (CBS Schallplatten)
Nujabes – Counting Stars (Hyde-Out)
Unknown SKIT – #’s Fall In
CampLo – 52 pickup (Now City)
The Crests – Sixteen Candles (Beach Road/Coed)
Jeru – Wrath Of The Math (PayDay/FFRR/PolyGram)
Kurtis Blow – Aj Scratch (Polygram/Mercury)
Kurtis Blow – 8 Million Stories (Polygram/Mercury)
Gloria Estafan & The Miami Sound Machine – 123 (Epic)
L.L. Cool J – Go Cut Creator Go (Def Jam)
Brand Nubian – All For One (Elektra)
Alkaholiks – DAAAM! (Loud)
Boogie Down Productions – 100 guns (Jive/RCA)
Unknown – 20 Pickle Pie SKIT
Roger Miller – Got 2 Again (Smash)
Timbaland & Magoo – 15 After Da Hour (Interscope)
Notorius Big – 10 Crack Commandments (Bad Boy)
Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock – It Takes Two (Profile)
The Monkees – Counting the Ways (Rhino)
Casual – Be Thousand (Jive)
Unknown – 1-20 SKIT
Open Mike Eagle – Nightmares (Hellfyre Club/FakeFour)
Black Mooon – How Many Emcees (Duck Down)
Unknown – # Rolecall Outro SKIT
We close this week with a guest mix from Ireland courtesy of Hsuan Records. The label’s owner, Graeme who releases on the label under a variety of names including Sight, Kuei and Arianna, delivered a mix of influences to show the foundations of both his productions and A&R for the label.
As always with us, after Graeme got in touch last month to share some music we invited him to deliver a mix for our on going guest series and after turning it around a lot quicker than originally thought, here’s what he had to share about the mix’s intent:
This mix is a snapshot of current and past influences which, have shaped my current Dj’ing and production style. From early ’00 hip hop to the granulated works of Fennesz, Tim Hecker and James Holden to more current influences. Ranging from the sprawling London sound of UK funky which I first heard in late 2008 to the recent influx of Juke and footwork inspired productions of which I’ve included one of my own works under the Arianna alias. Enjoy
And there you have it, an hour long journey into what makes Hsuan records tick, including plenty of our own favourites and some interesting, diverse linking from UK Funky to juke and footwork.
For more on Hsuan Records you should head over to their Soundcloud page where you can peruse most of their back catalogue. Or if (shock, horror) you feel like buying some music check their Boomkat catalogue.
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Slum Village – Fall in Love
People Under the Stairs – The cat
Dj Vadim – Relax with pep
Fennesz – Rivers of sand
Sleeparchive – acd (bleep mix)
Cooly G – Dis Boy pt4
Jackal Youth – Bruk
Apple – Siegalizer
Geeneus – Yellowtail
NB Funky – Riddim Box
DVA – Natty
Mosca – Nike
Holden – Break in the clouds (beat tool)
Holden – Break in the clouds (fluffapella)
Traxman – Footworkin’ on air
Dj Spinn & Dj Rashad – Space Juke
Arianna – Afrika
Dj Rashad – Kush ain’t loud
Sandoz – Spiritual Vibe
Tim Hecker – I’m transmitting tonight
No two ways about it, this Monday morning in London is the definition of grim. All the more reason then to turn that frown upside down with a new guest mix from Touchy Subject, a London-based producer you may remember as one of our first ever guests back when I took over the Rhythm Incursions guest series in 2008. Four years later the man is still at it, having had releases on Numbers among others. We’ve featured him on the show a fair few times too, and he keeps delivering the goods every time an email hits the inbox with some new music to check.
For this second guest mix he’s done a heavy selection of dancefloor favourites, so heavy in fact it nearly killed his machine…
Here are some bits and bobs I’ve been playing recently when djing late night sets with some down time at the end. My mac was punished making the mix as you will hear what the poor guy sounds like at the end. This eagle has won its medal. Been locked up in the studio with loads of new material to come from myself and a few other projects, one being the Yawning Young stuff. Lots of free downloads on my Soundcloud for those who care to indulge.
The Soundcloud in question is found here, and he wasn’t lying – it’s chock full of goodness.
If you live in London you can catch Touchy Subject at the Cardboard Boss parties in the pulsating trendy nerve centre of the city that is East London.
For now sit back and enjoy. As always you can download and/or stream below or simply subscribe to the RSS/iTunes feeds and never miss a show.
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Dream Cream – Future Fish
Tigorilla – Ray
Ard Bit ft Jor Mesin – Vixen
Flosstradamus ft Danny Brown – From the back
Krampfhaft – I Needed You
Kidkanevil – Agent White (Illum Shphere rmx)
Kidkanevil – BoOoOoOoOm fire
Eprom – Rebis Chilben
Dub Phizix – Never Been
Flosstradamus – Roll up (Baauer rmx)
Doshy – Plastic
Touchy Subject – Cracken
813 – Erotica (Om Unit remix)
Fracture – Get Busy
Big Boi – You ain’t no DJ
Zebra Katz and Boyfriend – Winter Titty (lenkemz Remix)
Danny Scrilla – VV Cephei (Kidkanevil remix)
EAN – Flow (Om Unit remix)
H-Sik – Co Energy (Moresounds sharked)
Kuhn – Slime Beach (Phillip D Kick Remix)
TNGHT – Bugg’n
Hydraulix – From the bottom (Salva Remix)
Slick Shoota – Bruk (Deft Remix)
50 Cent – Candy Shop (Rx & Shiftee Remix)
Slick Shoota – Jungle Chamber (Clicks & Whistles Remix)
Shlohmo – Wen uuu (Teebs rmx)
Zack Sekoff – Belly Beat
Lorn – Mercy
Claviq – Ipnm stndrd
Yawning Young – System Preferences
Touchy Subect’s laptop – Post mix mac grind – Mac Dying
Our Friends of Friends mix series returns with a mix from Mor Elian, a Los Angeles based DJ and jewellery maker (by the looks of it). So not your usual combo then, but seeing as it’s FoF we’re dealing with we wouldn’t expect anything less.
The mix takes in a fair few regulars alongside old favs, everyone from Om Unit, Arp101, Elliot Yorke and Groundislava to Sa-Ra Creative Partners and Erykah Badu alongside Machinedrum, Krts, Nguzunguzu. It flows nicely, a perfect set up for the weekend.
Here’s some words from the crew about it
Fresh off a summer run touring through Europe, the UK, and Israel, Mor Elian stopped by the FoF office with this savory bass heavy mix primed to rattle and rile you up. The LA*Tel Aviv native shares a collection of choice cuts curated over her worldly travels. Built around the stellar Girl Unit Juke refix of Erykah Badu’s “Bag Lady”, prepare to lock into a rhythmic ride from Nguzunguzu, B. Bravo & Teeko, Machinedrum & Falty DL, and our very own Groundislava.
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Groundislava – Jasper’s Song
Om Unit – Lightworkers Call
ARP 101 x Elliot Yorke – Fluro Black
Nguzunguzu – Delirium
Erykah Badu – Bag Lady (Girl Unit’s Juke)
Machinedrum and FaltyDL – Give In 2
Slugabed – Climbing a Tree
Evil Zed – Make Up Your Mind
Sepalcure – Down
Dong – Suzuran
Krts – Hold On (Glenn Astro Remix)
Manni Dee – Viaduct
Boemklatsch – All I Need (Lazer Sword Remix)
B. Bravo & Teeko – The Roll Out
Sa-Ra Creative Partners – Hollywood (Redux)
Closing the month of August is our ever dynamic Tokyo duo XLII and Broken Haze aka Raid System. Having just released Lewis James’ debut EP, Heavy Romance, and come off a busy summer of shows and remix work (XLII’s popped up on Ninja Tune among other places) the pair deliver the usual hour long selection of up front cuts and dancefloor numbers.
Looking over the releases from the past few months the pair have selected music from LV, Baobinga, Om Unit, LDFD, Grenier, Cid Rim, Bobby Tank, Lewis James, Terror Danjah and quite a few cuts from the recent Secluiasis releases too. As always it’s a high energy affair brought to you in glorious Anglo-Japanese audio vision (actually no vision, just audio).
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XLII Selection 1
Om Unit – Dark Sunrise feat. Tamara Blessa – Civil Music
Baobinga and Guido – Ice Black – Free download
Nasty Ways – Cyber Snake – Glass Air Records
Skinny Boys – Gotta be fresh (Kinght Riderz Remix) – Seclusiasis
TiKay One – Coyote – Techno Changed My Life
Broken Haze Selection 1
Hydraulix – From The Bottom (Salva Remix) – Frite Nite
Cid Rim – Six Hundred – LuckyMe
Aquadrop – Eagle Nebula – Seclusiasis
LDFD – Outtacontrol (Dj Clap Remix) – Free download
DJ Fresh feat. RaVaughn – The Feeling (Bobby Tank Remix) – MoS
XLII Selection 2
Lewis James – Only Me – Raid System
Grenier – Vendetta – Tectonic
Koloah – Pets Can Rock – Free download
LV & Okmalumkoolkat – Get a grip – Hyperdub
Lil Scrappy feat. 2 Chainz & Twista – Helicopter (Dev79 & Jack Horner Remix) – Seclusiasis
Broken Haze Selection 2
Seye – Mexicana Bounce (Bondax Remix) – Free download
Reilly Steel – The Healing (Original Mix) – Senseless Recordings
Cid Rim – Draw (Dorian Concept Remix) – LuckyMe
Lewis James – Peroxide Blonde – Raid System
Terror Danjah – Dark Crawler feat Riko Dan – Hyperdub
Dday One’s back with the fifteenth In Session show, as always live from his Los Angeles home. Fresh from finally linking up with Om Unit (who’s currently on tour across the US and Canada) after we’ve all been working together for nearly ten years, he delivers a new hour long show full of new and old music from legends and friends including Daedelus, Robot Koch, Om Unit himself, Dday’s Content label and its artists including Glen Porter and Gone Beyond, Lorn but also Miles Davis, Blackalicious, Krush and Shadow.
It’s a sun-drenched audio delivery, perfect to get the week started.
As always you can stream the show below, or to download left click and you’ll be directed to Dday’s Bandcamp page where the file is available. iTunes/RSS subscribers will receive the file directly.
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Daedelus – Vous Ites Stereo (Om Unit Remix)
Glen Porter – The Piper is a Madman
Miles Davis / Easy Mo-Bee – Mystery
Diplo feat. Flinch & My Name is Kay – No Problem
Ceephax Acid Crew – Emotinium 2
Ice Cream Tee – Let’s Work
Marques Lafelt – LoVeunlimited
The Mighty Bop – Fantasia
We – Ease in /With John LaMonica’s Stereo Claws
2econd Class Citzen /Dday One – Outside Your Doorway (Remix)
Robot Koch – Follow Birds
Lorn – Chhurch
Dday One – Option 2
Mr. Moods – Tituana Brass
Blackalicious – Lyric Fathom
Martina Topley-Bird – Sandpaper Kisses
Dj Shadow – Affectation
Rammellzee feat. Shockdell – Pay The Rent
Peabody & Sherman – They’ve Always Known
2econd Class Citzen – Stay With Me
Gone Beyond – The Edge of Space
Dj Krush – Sleepless Horizon
Om Unit – Fumes
Two Fingers – Combat Rhythm
Yppah – R.Mullen
Today’s guest mix comes via Brooklyn, New York courtesy of Fenbred. We first discovered him via our good friends from LV. In fact I can’t quite remember exactly what the deal was but in some typical roundabout internet way we found his Soundcloud through them, got chatting and then you know, did what we always do which is ask for a mix when we spot dope people who need more attention.
He duly obliged with a 50 minute selection that is quite frankly the perfect solution to what’s currently a fairly grim Monday here in London. Though its sonic qualities definitely fit a beautiful sunny day or calm, warm evening as well. It’s smooth and bouncy in all the right ways.
There is no tracklist or much else to say, other than if you like what you hear you should head over to Soundcloud where you can acquaint yourself with some of his music and stay tuned for some releases coming soon. We’ll no doubt be airing some of his music in the near future.
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Prayer Wheel – Swoom
Four Tet – 128 Harps (Anthony Naples Remix)
Machinedrum – DDD
Hanna – I Needed
Boddika & Joy Orbison – Dun Dun
Jacques Greene – Ready
Sascha Dive – Deepest America (Moodymann Mix)
Percussions – Birds Song
Paleman – All Good
Gino Bomino – For Sharon
B-Ju – Bird Call
Oh no you’re not dreaming, you are looking at a new, proper Rhythm Incursions podcast from yours truly following a six month hiatus. To be fair, Primus Luta and Raid System have held the fort in the time being and I’ve been kept busy by the BLN.FM residency as well as this thing called life (and launching the Original Cultures label among others). Still it’s nice to be back.
This month’s podcast picks up where we left off, two hours of discerning music for discerning ears covering some of the stuff I’ve been enjoying in the first half of the year alongside a whammy of new, unreleased and forthcoming music from the likes of Quakers, Kahn & Neek, Cosmic Bridge Records, Madlib, Konjah, Youngteamm, Lil Jabba, One Handed Music, the new JJ DOOM project, Lorn, Anenon, Cooly G and LV on Hyperdub, Kad Driver, Yes Creator, Open Mike Eagle, Typesun, Bolts, Submerse, Mala’s exciting In Cuba project, Yosi Horikawa, Comma, dBridge and more.
This month’s show has been a pleasure to put together, not least because it’s been such a while but also because it takes in a real diverse scope of music from hip hop and beats to electronic experiments and dance music explorations in and outside of genre boundaries. I feel it’s a been a good year for music so far, and I hope you’ll agree. Those of you paying attention will notice quite a few of the artists we’d earmarked as ones to watch at the beginning of the year as well. It won’t be this long until the next instalment, I promise.
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Monte Carlo Polo Team – Zeus – Unreleased
Blackjob ft Suz – Rise Again – Original Cultures
LOL Boys – Changes (Anenon One Take Cover) – Friends of Friends
Sweatson Klank – Own – Project Mooncircle
Kendrick Lamar – Cartoons and Cereal – Free download
Strange Universe – Plastique – Forthcoming Eglo Records
Quakers ft. Guilty Simpson and MED – Fitta Happier – Stones Throw
Sweet Rendez Vous – Sweet Rendez Vous (Jazz Neversleeps Remix) – On Point
Mo Kolours – Keep It up (Claws For? Remix) – One Handed Music
SertOne – They Call – Melted Music
Open Mike Eagle ft. Nocando – Free Writing Exercises – Fake Four Records
Yes Creator – Achoice – Jack To Phono
Shigeto – Huron River Drive – Ghostly
Beat Inc – Revolution – Original Cultures
Bolts – Cheat – Unreleased
Submerse – They Always Come Back – Apollo records
Eprom – Love Number – Rwina Records
dBridge – Cornered – Metalheadz
Moresounds – Analog Steak (Danny Scrilla remix) – Cosmic Bridge
Paul White ft. Guilty Simpson – Trust (The Room Below version) – One Handed Music
Lorn – Ghosst – Ninja Tune
JJ DOOM – Guv’Nor – Forthcoming Lex
Madlib and Freddie Gibbs – Shame – Stones Throw
Chanes – Loyalty – Free download
Billy Woods – The Man Who Would Be King – Backwoods Studios
Anenon – Acquiesence (Yosi Horikawa remix) – Free download
Cooly G – What This World Needs Now – Hyperdub
Dusk + Blackdown + – High Road – Forthcoming Keysound
Typesun ft. Guido – Heart Maths – Forthcoming Root Elevation
Mala – Calle F – Forthcoming Brownswood
Kab Driver ft. Boxcutter and Brian Greene – Batteria – Forthcoming Airflex Labs
Comma – Tweggionaire (remix) – Frite Nite
Kahn & Neek – Percy – Bandulu
Greenwood Sharps & Py – Crowns – Free download
Andreikelos – Under Pressure – Equinox Records
LV – Sebenza – Hyperdub
Konjah – Dreams of Footwork – Unreleased
Youngteamm – Moksha – Free download
Lil Jabba – Steps (i Glide) – Free download
We return to the Friends of Friends mix series today with a very special appearance by the one and only Dublab radio, the L.A-based non profit station that has been broadcasting to the city of Angels and beyond for well over ten years now, providing positive vibrations and good music to those with open hearts and ears. It’s fair to say that Dublab are among the nicest people to ever do it, a constant inspiration to many including ourselves as Rhythm Incursions.
For this edition of the FoF Mix series Ale from Dublad delivers a smooth selection of Essential Elements from the likes of Can, John Talabot, Maria Minerva, Test House and more. A deep selection of new music and Dublab favourites designed to expand your mind and move you forward. It’s perfect timing really, the mix providing a nice counterbalance for us to all the noise around that event that shall not be named and which is starting today in London.
So without further ado get stuck into Dublab’s Essential Elements (FoF edition), which you can download and/or stream below as always – or simply subscribe to our iTunes/RSS feeds and never miss a show.
For more on Dublab’s broadcast and their incredible archive of music head over to the site. For more on Friends of Friends check their site, they’ve just dropped the LOL Boys EP which is a definite recommend from us.
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Tracklist (Artist – Song – Release – Label):
John Talabot – Depak/Ine – Fin – Permanent Vacation
Test House – Love Is Not Enough – Bitemarks – All Hands Electric
Maria Minerva – Lovecool – Cabaret Cixous – Not Not Fun Records
Dntel – Still – Aimlessness – Pampa
Shoeb Ahmad – Appleseed Snow – Watch/illuminate – Mystery Plays Records
Forces Of Nature – Advent – Journeys In Time and Space – Intelligent Audio
Swahili Noise – — – — – —
Can – Mushroom (live) – The Lost Tapes (1968-1975) – Mute
“Blue” Gene Tyranny – She Wore Red Shoes – Detours – Unseen Worlds
This Friday’s guest mix comes courtesy of Archie Pelago, a trio of musicians from NYC – namely Hirshi, Cosmo D and Kroba – who simply describe what they do (on their Soundcloud page) as ‘we play instruments and make beats, TOGETHER’. While accurate and to the point, it’s perhaps a little understated when you consider the music they’ve been coming out with.
I first got in touch with the guys following a piece I did on footwork for RBMA a few months back. We started talking via Twitter and they sent over a bunch of music they’d been working on, operating at footwork/juke speeds but flipping the templates with their own, jazz influenced style. And let’s face it, it’s not everyday something like this lands in your inbox so the curiosity was definitely high. Following this we did what we always do which is offer the guys a chance to do a mix and showcase their music and approach to you, the listeners. They duly obliged and have delivered what is quite possibly one of the deepest mixes we’ve had so far, and definitely the most engrossing one this year. It’s a real rewarding headphone listen that actually reminds me of some of the music that was a catalyst for Trick and Waxfactor starting Rhythm Inc back in 04, the likes of NYC’s The Agriculture, Raz Mesinai or even the legendary Wordsound label.
Here’s some words about the mix from Archie Pelago:
The mix was done quickly and on a whim. Ultimately, we wanted to commit some of our newer, faster material into a live context. Our overriding guideline was that the mix get slower BPM-wise over time while still building in energy. As with all our mixes, it was made completely on-the-spot, deploying our dj / instrumental approach that makes up our live show.
The DJ/instrumental approach they refer to is quite interesting – especially if you nerd on things like this – and you can see a diagram of it here. As you can see, we’re not talking your usual set up. The result, as can be heard in the mix and the trio’s production, is a strange blend of electronic/dance music’s energy with the vibrancy and organic qualities of live instrumentation.
As you’ll hear on this mix, we’re talking a heady experience featuring quite a few notable artists we’re fans of here at Rhythm Inc towers – Scuba, Tunnidge, Skream, and DJ Diamond – alongside Archie Pelago’s own productions.
If (like us) you find yourself intrigued by Archie Pelago’s music and approach then be sure to check out their Soundcloud page – which also links to their individual pages – where you’ll find live shows and some of their existing and forthcoming releases including their remix for Distal, their EP on Car Crash Set and more. They’ve also got a remix out on Sonic Router’s brand new label, for the Wattville 12″ (featured at the end of this mix). I think it’s fair to say this won’t be the last time you’ll hear from them, and we’ll be including some of their work in future shows too.
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Thanks to Archie Pelago for the time and enjoy!
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Scuba – Eclipse (Abucs)
Archie Pelago – Saturn V (dub)
Skream – Motorway (Exit)
Archie Pelago – Nancy’s Library (dub)
DJ Diamond – I Choose You (Planet Mu)
Archie Pelago – Sly Gazabo (dub)
Tunnidge – Tribe (Deep Medi)
Archie Pelago – Hall of Human Origins (Well-Rounded Invidividuals)
Boss & Radial – We Don’t Know, Either (Dole Gate)
Archie Pelago & Wattville – Clan – (Sonic Router)
We return to our #lightbox series – an introduction to which is here if you’re new to it or have forgotten – with SertOne, a young Irish producer who some of you might remember from the two compilations Laurent curated last year, Nihon Kizuna and Finest Ego.
Sert is definitely one of the nicest young producers we’ve come across in a while, someone who is not only talented and quite clearly working at their art but who is also – as we discovered once we met back in February – deeply interested in the history of the music, its past, present and potential futures. Being that he’s also quite young, we really do think that the future might be bright for this lad.
As he was also part of the Lightbox tour we asked him for a mix. He was slowest to answer but we’ll forgive him considering what he’s delivered for us. See below for tracklist and link. The mix is by his own admittance an attempt to combine various influences and music he loves, from folk to hip hop, and after two failed attempts the mix he’s come out with, based on the tracklist alone, is a corker – including plenty of classics that we’ve been bumping for years alongside dope new rap, electronic music and friends of ours.
Sert’s latest EP, Shapes In The Sky, is out now on Melted Music – disclaimer: Laurent wrote the one sheet for it so we’re obviously totally biased. It’s a great four tracker that showcases the producer’s evolving sound, his definite inspiration from the past – hints of Dabrye are quite clear in some of the music – and his intention to try and shape a future for what he’s doing. We recommend you cop that, as well as his previous releases. This EP will be followed by one from Monto, another Lightbox artist we featured a few months back.
This mix marks the end of our Lightbox series for now. All that remains now is to find more new Irish talent to showcase I guess – don’t worry there’s a few people we want to hit up already. Thanks to all the artists who took part for their time and generosity, in case you missed any of it, here they all are: Tenaka – Collected, Bantum – #lightbox Mix, and Monto – #lightbox Mix. Also word on the street is look out for Monto’s forthcoming nose flute album… seriously.
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Daughter – Love
Jay Electronica – Eternal Sunshine
Jazzo & Melodiesinfonie – Verschmutztes Wasser
Curren$y & Alchemist – Full Metal
Azizi Gibson & Jeremiah Jae – Fish Scale (instrumental)
Bridget St John – Fly High
MED ft Oh No – War & Love
Om Unit – Fumes
Roc Marciano – Emeralds
House Shoes ft. Danny Brown – Sweet
Jay Electronica ft. Diddy – The Ghost of Christopher Wallace
Kutmah – Portis
Telemachus ft. Jhest – The Sheltering Sky (Paul White Remix)
SertOne – From Here To There
Further Down Interlude
A Tribe Called Quest – Get a Hold
Slum Village – Fall-N-Love (Jay Dee Remix)
Monto – Kings Castle
Phat Kat ft. Elzhi – Cold Steel
Viktor Vaughn – Mr.Clean
Young Wonder – Flesh (SertOne Remix)
Dabyre – Special
Madvillain – Papermill
It’s Monday, and it’s the return of our man on the West Coast, DDay One with another guest mix from a friend of his, namely Gone Beyond. I’ll leave DDay to introduce the proceedings.
Legendary Santa Fe based producer Gone Beyond (The Unknown, S.E.V.A) presents a intense Psych-Mix entitled “Psychonautics”.
Showcasing electronic instruments (synthesizers), tape loops and complex rhythms this mix comes out of years of collecting Psych music from around the globe.
Download… Sit back… and take a trip into the vast crates of Gone Beyond!
So there you have it, a deep mix for those Monday morning vibes to take you into the coming week. If you like what you hear you can also purchase Gone Beyond and Mumbles’ “A Duet For Space And Time” which is out now on DDay’s Content Label.
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