16.08.16 by Jeff

Chill Song of the Day: Indian Wells “Racquets”

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Boiler Room recently premiered a new track by Indian Wells and I’m diggin’ it. Artwork courtesy of Chiara Tomati. Have a listen below.

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12.08.16 by Jeff

Unreleased 52-Minute Wu-Tang Clan Freestyle From 1997

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Tim Westwood just blessed the Internet with an absolute gem from his collection! A little piece of history in the form of a freestyle session featuring ODB, Method Man, U-God, Masta Killa, and RZA going off for just under an hour. Listen to the entire thing below!

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09.07.16 by Jeff

Weekend Tunes: Sammy Bananas – BLO

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Some very necessary sexy sax man music for your weekend listening pleasure, courtesy of @SammyBananas. Artwork by @Brendan aka Internet Bummer. Listen to it below!

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12.05.16 by Jeff

Kutcorners’ Canadian Mix

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If you’re not that familiar with what’s happening right now in the Canadian music scene (even if you are) you should definitely listen to this Canadian mix by Kutcorners for Artgang Montreal. He’s my favourite dj in Vancouver and a criminally underrated producer; big things on the horizon for him for sure. Check out the mix below – good vibes if you’re working in your studio today!

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09.05.16 by Jeff

Radiohead “A Moon Shaped Pool”

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Big weekend for Radiohead fans! They officially released their new album, “A Moon Shaped Pool” (get it here) after teasing us with their Paul Thomas Anderson-directed video for “Daydreaming” (watch on Booooooom TV). Excuse me while I go listen to the album 99 million times in a row.

11.04.16 by Jeff

Fav Indie Label: Mister Saturday Night

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Justin Carter and Eamon Harkin throw a party and run a label in Brooklyn, both under the name, Mister Saturday Night. They’re putting out some amazing records, like this one from Japanese producer Jun Kamoda. Have a listen to it below! I also posted a couple of my other favourite past releases as well: General Ludd “Woo Ha” and Atlus “Gum”, both cruuush on the dancefloor. Feel free to share any other music suggestions with me on Twitter!

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16.03.16 by Staff

Create Your Own Musical Experiments with Chrome Music Lab

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This is soooo cooooool. In an effort to make learning about music more accessible, Chrome Music Lab allows people to create and manipulate sounds right their browsers (without any plug-ins)! While intended to spark curiosity and inspiration for Music in Our Schools month, the site is for anyone, of any age, interesting in exploring how music works. Try it out here.

18.02.16 by Jeff

Chill Song of the Day: Onda’s Remix of “Back It Up”

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My buddy Tele Fresco recently moved down to LA and is making music with his roommate Swish under the name Onda. I’ve had their remix of THEY.’s “Back It Up” on repeat.