William Onyeabor’s “Good Name” by Joakim feat. Akwetey

Somewhat of a cult musician, William Onyeabor is the Nigerian funk artist who incorporated synthesisers into his pop productions decades before others producers thought to have a go. A collection of his tracks from the 1970’s were re-released in October …


Mike Simonetti – Get Lost

Mike Simonetti turns in a chugging disco edit of Billy Byrd’s ‘Lost In The Crowd’. The funky bassline and uproarious vocals are all correct and present, with some additional steel-tipped percussion. Serious party fodder. For another great version of this …


KRL – I Wanna Be With You (2014 Refix)

KRL is handing out an updated version of his soulful number ‘I Wanna Be With You’. Some snappier drums and heftier bass revise the 2009 classic, which appeared on the early Wolf Recordings 12″ I Wanna See All My Friends


West Norwood Cassette Library – Acid Jazz (Bonus Beats)

London producer Bob Bhamra (a.k.a. West Norwood Cassette Library) has just released his 8 Track Cartridge EP. Swinging closer to his rugged house material (think 2010′s Blonde on Blonde) than his typically bassier stuff, this album is nothing short …


OOFT! – What’s It All About?

OOFT! offers up a freebie as a thank you to his burgeoning mass of Soundcloud followers. It’s a typically pitched-down cut, fitted with fizzing synths and an elastic bassline.  The Glaswegian recently contributed to our Pelski Podcast series – you …


Floating Points – Love Me Like This

Floating Points’ classic ‘Love Me Like This’ is more than five years old. It encompasses all of the elements that make a Floating Points production great, tying disparate, often odball elements into one spacey journey that simply shouldn’t sound this


Nebraska – Something From The 90s

Ali Gibbs AKA Nebraska (of ‘This Is The Way’ fame) is handing out a track so darned good it seems a shame to throw it out for free. Purportedly recorded in the early 90s, it revolves around squidgy 303 bass …


Edit Service 27 – by Boot & Tax

The Edit Service series continues to churn out excellent freebies – so good you sometimes wonder why they’re handing them out for free. Boot & Trax throw down a funky rework complete with a growling, mutating guitar line and boisterous …


Christy Essien – You Can’t Change A Man (Borrowed Identity Edit)

Christy Essien Igbokwe’s 1979 Afro-funk gem ’You Can’t Change A Man’ has been reemerging lately thanks in no small part to the African Shakedown 12″ released earlier in the year, which brought together four long-lost Afro-disco edits. Here, Borrowed Identity …


Cuthead – Everlasting Sunday

A freebie from Cuthead’s superb hip hop/house LP out last month (read our review here), title track ‘Everlasting House’ encapsulates the downbeat, sometimes erratic nature of the album. Orchestral strings slide in and out of the track as fuzzy …

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