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Greetings from London!
It's been a really long time since I've put together a promo-mix / podcast, and recently (as part of the promo push for my Luminous Pt. 1 ep, I had the pleasure of being approached by Euphonics to prepare a 1 hour mix/podcast, which you can here below, via Soundcloud.
Additionally, for those in the know, the good folks at XLR8R Magazine have recently offered an exclusive bonus-cut as a FREE download, called 'Blush', which you can grab here. As ever, the press-machine rolls on, as do the releases, sample-packs (ok, I've been doing a lot of studio production of late, including recent packs for Sample Magic and now UNGRGRND Sounds) which are available for purchase online.
There's an entire conversation yet to be had here, regarding the politics of sample/loop making for 3rd party producers, and I'm eagerly awaiting interviewing on the subject! Feel free to touch base for any press inquiries, as ever.
Ok, enough talking. Enjoy the mix / podcast below!
*Oh, and finally I've started a somewhat random Instagram profile, for those interested. It's fairly disparate and populated with largely irrelevant material.
1. Intro Dialogue (Yassin Bey interview)
2. Rhythmic Theory x Pessimist – “Cyclic Motion”
3. Holodec – “Drunk Off That Liqa”
4. Burial – “Rodent”
5. Deepchild – “Invocation”
6. DJ Seinfeld – “Feel De Bum Slap”
7. Abayoumi – “Disagree”
8. Boddika – “Acid Jackson”
9. Djrum – “Untitled 9”
10. Deepchild – “Onit”
11. Paleman – “Etch”
12. Deepchild – “Basement Supply”
13. FJAAK – “Attack”
14. Paul Woolford – “Father”
It's been a big month. After bouncing from Australia to London to Copenhagen to Berlin and back now to London, I'm soundly ensconced in the bosom of Hackney, head-down in audio production for Sample Magic and others (check out my recent Lo-Fi Techno sample pack here) and slowly acclimatizing to life in the UK, forging connections and dusting off the burnished pipes of pedagogy along the way.
Loads coming up, including a cameo at the Ableton LOOP Conference in a couple of months, as well as the usual mix of gigs, audio commissions an lecturing work around the place.
Meanwhile, I thought given the current state of world politics, I'd dig up and make available a cover version I produced of The Specials "Racist Friend", some years ago. Enjoy.