The yung homie Tek.lun from Baltimore, Maryland made his debut guest appearance on the very first HW&W compilation. Earlier this year his “Ridin’ Round” beat tape was released and it sounds iller than ill. It was made to bump in your whip late night, driving around smoking some of that sticky icky stuff.
It is with pleasure that we welcome the return of Tek.lun in the form of “The GreenBox” EP. On it he calls in a little help from the newest addition to team Huh What And Where, who goes by the name of Gravez. This release consists of four dope tracks for your listening pleasure. And good news! They have all been made available for free download, so start pushing some buttons!
Panes is a name that’s new to us, but perhaps you are familiar with the duo. Tyson McVey is a vocalist from London who now studies at UCL. Shaun Savage is a recording engineer whose credits include artists such as Factory Floor and 2.54.
Earlier this year they released their debut EP on Norwegian label Smalltown Supersound’s new subsidiary Brown Rice. Now, to accompany Autumn/Winter support slots with kindred spirits Kelela and East India Youth, they are releasing “Stills” with handpicked remixes by their favorite producers; Visionist, Sivey and Eyedress. Since we are huge fans or Sivey‘s music, we had to share his Funk-influenced remix with you all.
The Austrian-based label Pusic Records released two EP’s last year and a double EP. Right before Christmas they return with a four track release by various artists.
Pusic Records 005 starts off with a rugged yet soulful House track from Box aus Holz family member IMYRMIND. The track “Keep On Slingin” is ample proof that this dope producer does not only produce fire with Glenn Astro, but is a beast on the solo tip too. Other producers on this EP include Saine from Helsinki, the Dutch duo Fouk (Daniel Leseman & Junktion) and a producer from Italy called Giovanni Damico who did an amazing job on “Break“.
Make sure to ask Santa for the 12″ vinyl. It’ll be out December 14th which is just in time for him to order a few copies.
We first encountered Dorian Concept when he was rockin’ the Microkorg and later when he dropped “Silverlake” with Kissey Asplund. In 2009 he released his groundbreaking “When Planets Explode” album via the Dutch Kindred Spirits imprint. Almost five years later he finally released his follow-up album.
This bonus track was taken from the Japanese version of his “Joined Ends” album. Which, as you might know, was released last month via Ninja Tune and well worth picking up at your local record store or any other digital candy store if you’re into that.
The enchanting miss Sojuju from the Netherlands has been on our radar for a hot minute. This young lady has gathered a collection of heartfelt and touching songs and carefully crafted them into 34 minutes of bliss. It is with great pleasure that we present to you Moovmnt Guest Mix 12. Mixed and selected by young lady Sojuju who represents the Flow-Fi collective.
Strangely Sojuju is the very first female guest DJ we have ever had. I guess this series needed a feminine touch and perhaps the next guest mix will be by the hands of another lady. What’s up Kronika? Are you game?
Kick back and enjoy this lovely guest mix. A special thanks goes out to Duktus for droppin’ some good looking artwork once more. If you like what you hear, please hit the repost button and grab a free download to maximize the fun.
Their unique sounds come together nicely and the thestand4rd, consisting of Allan Kingdom, Psymun, Bobby Raps and Spooky Black, seems like a perfect outcome of an exceptional chain of events. Earlier today they released their self-titled debut album. It was recorded at Doc McKinney’s (The Weeknd’s producer) studio in Toronto. Their weird mix between electronic Hip Hop and R&B is as unique as each member’s identity.
Lucky for us the album is a freebie, so go ahead and download it for free. Shouts to Michael Cina for the artwork and please do share, like and repost if you enjoy the music!
On one of my usual quests for new music, I came across Rawdee‘s fresh “Trecna” song. I was very impressed by the whole vibe and thought I’d share it first thing in the morning.
Rowdy Lewing is from the Dutch city of Enschede and has been making music for some time now. He caught the world’s attention a few years back with his “Hawks Eye View” album and now Rawdee has returned with something fresh and exciting. Can’t wait to hear new music from this talented producer, but in the meanwhile grab yourselves a free download of “Trecna” while supplies last.
VECT, who goes by the name of Emile Sacré in every day life, is a producer & art director from the French city of Toulouse.
His music production style is various with a hint of Future Beats blending genres from R&B to Footwork. VECT’s art projects are perhaps even more incredible, but please find out about them yourselves. In the past he collaborated with talented people such as Fulgeance, Alex Barck, DJ Cam and Deafkid on his ‘Altitudes’ album.
Get ready for Emile’s forthcoming “Kent Bimaga” EP (pre-orders available) releasing on Cosmonostro November 17th…it’s smokin’ hot. So we are quite happy to premiere the video teaser which looks astounding! We could hardly believe one man was responsible for all this. Make sure you look out for an audible treat next week from the multi-talented VECT.