(via Bigger Splashes)
Belgian producer Loden has just released the instrumental version of Beaus$Eros, the album he produced for frequent-collaborator Busdriver last year. This was a great idea to release the instrumentals for this. It really gives the production the attention it deserves. You can name your price and pick this up over at Loden‘s Bandcamp page.
Here’s a little promo video for the upcoming Greetings From Tuskan record. For those who are unaware, Greetings from Tuskan is the solo project from Joëlle of Bike For Three (the other half of the duo is Buck 65). The new record’s name and release date are still TBA, but if it’s anything like her previous stuff, it’s going to be great.
I’m really not sure how I missed this record. It came out on Domino Records back in 2009, but my friend Brooks just put me up on it yesterday. This whole record is quite spectacular. Think of it as a more instrumental Son Lux, if you will. Check out the whole record. It’s called Insides.
Producer Erik Nava is back under another pseudonym. Nava is best known for his project under the name Egadz, but has recently released music under the name Matterhorn, and now he brings us Satellites. The new Satellites record, Ghost, is 9 tracks of sprain-your-neck electronic beats, and best of all, it’s only FIVE dollars, direct from the artist here. Go support.
Recorded on a hot memorial day in New York City. Here’s the fourth installment of the Bomarr Blog Podcast. I highly encourage you to subscribe to the podcast in iTunes and if you’re digging the podcasts, please rate and/or comment so I know you’re listening. If iTunes isn’t your thing, you can download the podcast direct right here. Here’s the tracklisting:
1.Quakers – Rip
2.Bruce Haack – Party Machine (Prince Language Remix)
3.Null & Void – All the Old Humans
4.Robert Hazard – Escalator of Life
5.Jeff Phelps – Super Lady
6.Black Brothers – Saman Doye
7.Zeus B. Held – Sound Trigger
8.Principles of Geometry – Carbon Cowboy (feat. Tonetta)
9.Art Fact – Building
10.Jel – Yer Bells
11.La Bionda – I Wanna Be Your Lover
12.Medio Mutante – Uberbeast
13.Allen Toussaint – Southern Nights
14.Beranek – Pictures and Paintings
15.Blood Orange – I’m Sorry We Lied (Demo)
principles of geometry – “carbon cowboy (feat. tonetta)” (stream-only)
The brand new Principles of Geometry record Burn the Land and Boil the Oceans came out today. Canadian weirdo and internet phenomenon Tonetta makes an appearance on this track, and rapper Subtitle appears on the song “Deerhunt.”
Bomarr Blog super friend Edison from San Francisco just released this Full Mustafa project via the 900bats site. He says:
been sitting on this lil’ project for a few months…
it is 20 beats of flipped and bugged out psych rock…
shit your uncle hippy wished he had heard while he was ripping tubes in his teenage flower powered sweaty VW bus…
just in case the listeners of bat-tapes forgot how to do it,
i got evak1 and beastmaster to rip a track each….
pure posterity bros….”
Go grab it for free right here
I don’t know anything about S U R V I V E. I’m not even sure how this song made it into my iTunes. I’m not sure if I’m supposed to space the letters out like that, but I think I am. I re-discovered this gem when I was going through some of the music on my computer that I haven’t listened to in a while. Whoever this guy is….it’s great. He put out an EP via Bandcamp a while back (which is what this track is from). It’s called LLR002. You can download it for cheap right here
Unknown Mortal Orchestra started out as a one-man band, but after getting a bit of attention (mainly from Fat Possum, who UMO have recently signed to), founder Ruben Nielson decided to add a couple of members. The music is a mix of beats and psych-rock, and I’ve been loving it lately. This track was originally on their self-titled EP (pictured above), but it also showed up as the opening track on their debut self-titled full length for Fat Possum, which you can buy here.
As I mentioned last week, San Francisco beatmaker Edison just dropped his brand new record People Are Bad Animals via Kid Without Radio. If you’re not up on this guy, you’re missing out. He really has an ear for drums, as you can hear in the opening track from the record, included here. You can buy the record right here.
BRAND NEW Edison video for the track “Artemis vs. The City” from his upcoming record for Kid Without Radio, People Are Bad Animals. The video was recorded in one shot, and made with no loops. Even the lights were triggered via Midi by his monome lunchboxes. This dude is seriously one of my favorite beat-oriented producers right now. He’s a super rad guy, and he’s extremely talented. The record will be available everywhere next Tuesday, February 8th, but right now, you can pick it up early and EXCLUSIVELY through the Kid Without Radio website.