For the past two months I have hit replay on this album day after day like religion. I think that its been just enough time for me to digest the fullness and freshness of this beautiful piece of sonic art. Terry D by Thriftworks takes electronic music to a new level of passion, a new height of creation. With impeccable production and mastering, Terry D is an album to spend some time with. Bubbling synths and magical sweeps, wrapped around twisted hip hop and poetic sound frames characterize this fascinating release.
Pick up the album digitally here. Name your price!
Luckily for those of us who have been patiently waiting, Thriftworks has just released his newest collection of sounds. In this rare and exquisite mix, filled with mostly unreleased music, Thriftworks takes us on a journey of magnificent proportion. Wow… Upside down that’s Mom. Wow.
Peep some ultra rare footage below. We have BluPrint moving, DayDreams singing and Thriftworks cranking!
Today I just want to kick back and relax. I need some good thinking music, some good smoking music, and some calm energy being cast through my speakers….
It’s time for Michale Red’s Sunday Morning Living Room Mix.
This mix will get you in the zone. The chill zone.
koreless – lost in tokyo
kline – snapback
andrea – work the middle (kodak to graph rmx)
duct – blackheath (fybe one rmx)
oceania – postable
fybe one – irenidae
evy jane – ohso (andy dixon rmx)
clams casino – swervin rmx instrumental
saydo – before time
frank ocean – pilot jones
clubroot – inviolable
darling farah -fortune
deft – clotting
lianne la havas – lost and found (ifan dafydd rmx)
james blake – pan
illum sphere – blood music (indigo rmx)
pariah – signal loss
james blake – klavierwerke
saydo – rhino
jools – summa
v.i.v.e.k. – strategy
unltd – power decline
oceania – you live in me (feat n)
synkro – lost for words
sanctums – ghost forest
kryptic minds – a glimpse of hope
lorn – the well (intro drums loop)
airhead – paper street
zomby – a devil lay here
sexytime – inamorata
drop dead – basic state
clouds – rest of the cycle
actress – raven
mekha – aneurism (dsve rmx)
peek – devil’s side
l_ow – diver
cube face – called you
lianne la havas – forget (shlohmo rmx)
phon_o – die maschinistin
sbtrkt – hold on
Press, a staple in the Seattle dubstep scene who represents Shift Recordings, has just released a free track he’s been sitting on for a while entitled Rinse It. Interlaced with distant jungle sounds, echoed out clicks and knocks, chest thumping drums, and eerie synth lines, Rinse It projects some seriously deep vibes set in an atmosphere of an unknown world, that can only truly be heard with the power of a subwoofer. Enjoy the free download from the NW dubstep producer and stay up to date with what Press is putting out via SOUNDCLOUD or FACEBOOK. Enjoy!
Tokyo Dawn Records is bringing back the boogie with their recently released compilation album, The Boogie Volume 3. This 17 track album is made up of artists from around the world, who collectively share one common knowledge. What is that one common knowledge? Understanding what it takes to make your feet move, no matter who YOU may be.
This is a really refreshing album to listen to. It’s the third installment of the Tokyo Dawn Records Boogie series, and they’ve made quite a splash in the international dance community with this one. With my inbox being flooded with glitch-hop and dubstep, it was really nice to open this gem and experience the cool positive vibes each track pushes from the speakers.
My favorite track on The Boogie Volume 3 is Eternal Wisdom by Reeno. From the 80′s opening synth line all the way down to the clear muffled drums, this track flows like water. It’s the kind of song you start moving your body to and all of a sudden 4 minutes has gone by! The simplicity and concentration on the synth lines really brings the atmosphere being projected from Eternal Wisdom to a whole new level of chill.
If you like beats inspired by hip-hop, funk, soul, and R&B, you’ll love The Boogie Volume 3.