Travel Jams: Deep Cuts #2
As promised, here’s one of the playlists I made from music by featured artists at the Rote Fabrik in Zurich, Switzerland.
This one is all about beats with classics from Isaac Hayes, KRS-One and Bobby Womack, mixed in with Yasin Bey, Jean Grae and Flying Lotus among others. Be on the lookout for the second playlist coming up on Friday. Enjoy!
Here’s a new playlist that’s ready to get out of the oven.
A list of songs for looking out the window on a snowy/rainy Thursday afternoon with mostly slow jams and beats from the likes of Odd Future, T-Pain, Childish Gambino and Mike Eagle among others. Enjoy.
Chløë Black is gearing up for her debut in the house of pop and big beat, filling the hole that Lana Del Rey opened, but won’t touch anymore.
27 Club is a single from her first album which will feature producers like Jim Elliot and co-writers like Justin Parker (Del Rey’s “Video Games”) and Arcade (Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy”). It’s the first I’ve ever heard of Black, but it sounds as if the Australian born, LA and Paris raised girl was a robot engineered by the pop agenda to kills us all, which I can dig because this jam is dope.
Australian producer Kilter teams up with Tkay Maidza, a newcomer in the rap scene straight out of Adelaide in the south of Australia.
This one comes out of Maidza’s new Switch Tape Mix Tape where she mixes rap with electro beats. This one I liked a lot because it feels like a beach jam on Sunday morning and I haven’t been to the beach in a while.
Wayne Wade – Lady was one of the jams we found in Papsoul’s mixtape while he drove us in his blue Opel Corsa across the Belgian-German border. This cover of Kenny Rogers’ classic was piled up inside a USB drive along with reggae roots remixes of Adele songs and more.
I’m thinking of making a series of mixtapes or articles that share more music in a short span of time. I just have way too many jams to share and this one-song-a-day deal ain’t working for me!
In fact I have the festival’s full program after the jump if you feel like digging for more awesome music like this. (more…)
A fan on Reddit took the task of synching the lyrics of a track at the end of Childish Gambino’s ‘Because The Internet’ with the instrumental from ‘3005 (Beach Picnic Version)’ to come up with this hidden song.
It’s dope, listen to it.