Thundercat-Them Changes-Prod. by Flying Lotus #NewMusic

Brainfeeder sais:

Virtuoso bassist and singer-songwriter Stephen Bruner aka Thundercat returns to the Brainfeeder fold with his first solo material in two years, having already made outstanding contributions to not one, but two, of the greatest albums of 2015 – To Pimp a Butterfly and The Epic – by fellow Los Angelians Kendrick Lamar and Kamasi Washington.

Mini-album ‘The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam’ will be released digitally on Monday 22nd June via Brainfeeder.

Telemachus-Dead Weight Bliss-Official Video

The UK digger crosses obscure samples with 808’s on this video off of “In Morocco” that can you can listen to and buy below.

YNR Productions sais:

The London-based producer follows up his 2013 debut with his latest album ‘In Morocco’; a potent brew of wistful North African strings, wild percussion, howling dogs and lashings of tape hiss.

The album marks a further departure – both musically and geographically – from Telemachus’ Hip Hop roots. Having re-located to the village of Mirleft in Southern Morocco for 2 months to surf the Atlantic and make the album, the result is tapestry of rich experience; a well-weathered body of work hot-footing through the sands to the electric beat of it’s own bohemian ambitions.

14 instrumental tracks deep, Telemachus employs the sonic sensibilities of a youth misspent soaking up the sounds of London’s bashment raves and pirate radio stations to take us on a Super-8 cinematic trail through the Moroccan Medina, beyond the bustling Souk and over the rolling verdant hills to adventure unknown.

All tracks chopped, played, recorded, recorded, sung and mixed by Telemachus (D. Webb)

The Gaslamp Killer Experience-Live In Los Angeles-EP

DJ/Electronics/Vox: The Gaslamp Killer
Drums: Dexter Story
Drums: Gene Coye
Percussion 1: Andres Renteria
Percussion 2: Allkoi Peete
Keys: Computer Jay
Bass: Brian Martinez
Guitar: Amir Yaghmai
Tenor Sax: Kamasi Washington
Trombone: Elizabeth Lea
Trumpet: Todd Simon
Cello: Peter Jacobson
Violin: Tylana Renga
Viola: Tom Lea
Sitar: Tyler Randall

The Gaslamp Killer announces The Gaslamp Killer Experience: Live In Los Angeles, a new album recorded live in one final take. The recording of the sold out performance took place on November 7th at the Mayan Theatre, just after The Gaslamp Killer’s near death accident and against the advisement of his doctor, friends and family.

The Gaslamp Killer curated a 15-piece band of incredibly talented Los Angeles-based musicians including Amir Yaghmai of Jogger on guitar, Kamasi Washington from The Next Step on saxophone, one of LA’s most sought after musicians, Gene Coye, at the drums and trumpet player Todd Simon, founder of The Angel City All-Star Brass Band. The recording captures the collaborative performance in which The Gaslamp Killer acted as a modern age conductor, using his iPad to interact wirelessly with the band. Catch their next official performance this month at Coachella.

Flying Lotus-Coronus,The Terminator-Official Video

Fly Lo sais:

For me, Coronus is one of the most important moments on You’re Dead! and holds ideas I’m planning to explore in my future work. I’m happy that the visual encapsulates the meaning of the record and this ambition


Off of  You’re Dead out now
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Jneiro Jarel-Flora-LP *Full Stream

Stepping away from the pressures of the music business and embracing full creative freedom, Jneiro Jarel has created Flora, the first issue of the Viberian trilogy that will make up his next full length release. The project is unforced, happening as it comes, and expresses a new place of appreciation for the true heart of the planet. Spinning off from the 2010 release ‘Fauna’, Flora sonically evokes images of plant life and the interconnectivity of all things. Musically sampling elements of the earth – animal sounds, bird calls, human sounds – Flora takes you somewhere else. The listener is forced to give up on definition and travel with the sound.

Flora is ubiquitous; it is in many places simultaneously. Places that you know, places that you don’t. It is a lush soundscape that is lonely and comforting at the same time. It makes you think in ways that are familiar yet unusual. It delivers a deep sense of respect for life.

Produced and performed by Jneiro Jarel
Guitar on Cahuita – Scott Burton