Food For Soul:
Chief Beatmaker just sent over the second mix from the “Seasons” project called “Fall”. The selection was done by Boo and Chief mixed things up on this one. Nothing but dope beats including some exclusive cuts from Mr. Dibiase, Ta-ku, Sunclef, Deheb and Chief himself. We’ll be posting mixes more often so don’t hesitate to send over some. However we are very picky about our mixes. In case we do not reply to your submission please remember we have look at it or listened to it first. Grab this free download by right clicking below and enjoy.
Robin’s Dirty Secret:
Scandinavian wonder produced, Robin Hannibal, has not only been working miracles on the Boom Clap Bachelors‘ “Mellem Dine Læber” release, but also on Szjerdene‘s single “Lead The Way” on Plug Research. Robin’s little secret is out. He and his girlfriend Louie from LA made a song together entitled “Dirty Secrets”. Produced by Robin of course in the style that we’ve gotten so familiar with, but this time with some Louie sprinkled all over it instead of some Coco (Quadron). I kinda like Allison’s vocals and honestly can’t hate on Robin’s production skills either. So better I suggest you guys groove to this soulful electronic indie pop joint.
LouieLouieLouie – Dirty Secrets (prod. Robin Hannibal)[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/LouieLouieLouie-Dirty-Secrets-prod.-by-Robin-Hannibal-MOOVMNT.mp3]
Tony Got BeatsGalore:
It took quite some time, but finally mister Tony Ozier is back with some brand new ‘aural penetration’ for your ears. His new “BeatsGalore” Vol. 1 album contains a shitload of beats and a heap of interludes and some good ol’ Doo Doo Funk. Personally I would’ve liked to hear some more finished product, but hey that’s just me. All in all I think you should give this one a listen for yourself. Oh and let us know what you think about it.
Tony Ozier – B[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Tony-Ozier-B-MOOVMNT.mp3]
Tony Ozier – Raising King[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Tony-Ozier-Raising-King-MOOVMNT.mp3]
I just came across Aquil‘s first single off his upcoming album “Land Of Synth”. Not much to say about this one other than I’m digging it a lot. Production was handled by Astronote, definitely curious about this album!
Aquil – 40° N (produced by Astronote)[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Aquil_40N_MOOVMNT.mp3]
Now I never knew Actual Proof was one of Opolopo‘s aliases, but it makes sense. This new “The Grit” EP contains three songs you wouldn’t really expect from Opo. The sound is more nu disco with a Detroit touch, but still very fresh. If I had to pick I’d got for the original mix of the energetic “Hubble”. Stepping a little out of our comfort zone here, but I bet you guys are gonna dig this too if you were digging our 5daysoff Moovmnt Mix. Available digitally via Juno now.
Opolopo presents Actual Proof – Hubble (Original Mix) [snippet][audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Opolopo-presents-Actual-Proof-Hubble-snippet-MOOVMNT.mp3]
It’s been a while since we’ve heard from José James. Tomorrow he’s releasing a brand new song entitled “Trouble”which was recorded live at the AllSaints Basement Sessions in London. Also peep some fly video footage of this live recording while your at it. The song was written by José James and Scott Jacoby with Takuya Kuroda on the horns and there’s also a remix out by Oh No! Grab the live version on or click HERE to get the remix version.
José James – Trouble[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/José-James-Trouble-MOOVMNT.mp3]
Jose James – Trouble (Oh No Remix)[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Jose_James_-_Trouble_Oh_No_Remix.mp3]
I remember Tall Black Guy‘s manager sending me this funky joint a few weeks ago which turns out to be on his latest 7″ single out on First Word Records. It was the b-side called “The Return Of Here & Now”, but honestly I’m digging “Dance Forever” even more. If you ask me this is a bargain at only ₤1 for a digital and just ₤5 for a vinyl copy…so hurry up and BUY.
Tall Black Guy – Dance Forever [128kbps][audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Tall-Black-Guy-Dance-Forever-Ft-Simeon-Viltz-Shev-Rock-MOOVMNT.mp3]
We first heard Vindahl‘s sultry sound on the first volume of Tokyo Dawn’s “The Heart” compilation. His “Serendipity” album offers some Danish electronic indie pop with a dash of modern funk. Ronni was co-founder of the Boom Clap Bachelors collective and is definitely worth checking out! Pre-order the CD or purchase a digital copy HERE.
Vindahl – Down (Boom Clap Bachelors Remix)[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Vindahl-Down-Boom-Clap-Bachelors-Remix-MOOVMNT.mp3]
We received an mail from Hundred Strong (ya’ll might remember “Stylin’ Free”) telling me about this upcoming Type Sun project called, “Work Is Love Made Visible”, coming out on High Noon. Ben promised to give us more info on this album soon so hold tight and enjoy this sneak peak!
Type Sun – Understatement Of The Century (Dirty Version)[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Type-Sun-Understatement-Of-The-Century-Dirty-Version-MOOVMNT.mp3]
Proh Mic’s debut album Rhythm for Days is set to release on october 25. The album will give listeners a peek into Proh Mic the artist, as he sings and raps throughout the album. When not singing or rapping, Proh has enlisted fan favorites Georgia Anne Muldrow, Coultrain, Tone Trezure, and more to perform the vocalist responsibilities. Standout tracks on the album are “Hit The Floor” featuring Coultrain (PPP) & Uncle Imani (The Pharcyde) and “Easy Lovin” and “Sleep In Girl” featuring Tone Trezure. Go visit the All Natural Soundcloud page for a free download of “Hit The Floor” and cop this when it drops.
Proh Mic – Easy Luvin[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/07-Easy-Luvin.mp3]