• Simbad presents Supersonic Revolution

    9 Jun 2009, 16:48 by nutriot

    I was a bit surprised when I saw this mixtape from Simbad featured on the Brainfeeder website. After a first listen, everything is making perfect sense - and here is why:

    01. Mount Kimbie - Maybes
    02. Pangaea - Router
    03. Klic - Karaoke
    04. Giant Rain - Mind
    05. Untold - Dante
    06. Tritone - Meditate Cartwheel
    07. Steve Lawler - Kalimba (Shed Mix)
    08. Kubo - Mad Decent
    09. Zomby - Strange Fruit
    10. Mark Pritchard feat. Om Mas - Wind It Up
    11. Stereotyp vs Al Haca - Boss it
    12. Harrison Blakoldman - Graduation
    13. Flying Lotus - Do The Astral Plane
    14. Marsmobil - Patience
    15. Map.ache - Clouds Over Clowns
    16. MXM - Move Me
    17. Unknown - Bonus Beat
    18. Efdemin - Acid Bells (Martyn Dark Mix)
    17. Bugz In The Attic - Booty la la (Landslide Dubplate)
    18. Floating Points - JW Beat
    19. Shed - Ithaw
    20. Geo - The Chain
    21. IG Culture - Solution

    Download Simbad presents Supersonic Revolution!
  • Rotations (December 14)

    14 Dec 2008, 14:54 by liftmuziek

    And all of a sudden, December is upon us. Time to make that Best of 2008 list, huh? Well, I'll be spending the next couple of weeks catching up to the albums that I may have accidentally missed during the year, so as to make sure and include everyone in my list that deserves for making this year one of the best ones in music. Meanwhile, here's another installment of Rotations, with some interviews linked back to Headphone Commute. Among the genres covered below, I've got folktronica and laptop americana from Silent Land Time Machine; excellent experimental neofolk from Paavoharju; abstract rhythmic noise from Wurlitztraction; cut-up glitch and IDM from Gescom; floating space music from Benn Jordan; psybient and dark beats from Integral; beautiful piano playing by Goldmund; majestic modern classical from Library Tapes; future jazz from Juxta Phona & Offthesky; ambient downtempo from The Remote Viewer; instrumental hip-hop and turntablism from 40 Winks; experimental modern classical masterpiece…