The legend that is John Digweed is prepping yet another mix of his live legacy with the forthcoming release of his newest CD/4xLP; Live In Slovenia. Simply put, Digweed recorded a tantalizing set in the city of Izola and is sharing with fanatics and newcomers worldwide. What’s interesting about the mix isn’t the volume of if all, but the actual balance that Digweed displays; pairing a lot of the tunes and artists you’d think he’d play (Booka Shade, The Chemical Brothers, Josh Wink, etc.) with producers who have just made their mark or even more so, on the up-and up (Boys Noize, Deetron, George FitzGerald). Surely worth an in-depth listen, Live In Slovenia is a journey that takes you through the mind of a mixing veteran who’s dipping his toes into unforeseen territory and opening the ears of eager fanatics who are willing to listen. John Digweed will be coming to a tour near you for a very limited run of tour dates near the summer. Check out the tracklist for the mix, as well as the tour dates, post-jump.
Gang Colours continues to push his full length album “The Keychain Collection” with the upcoming single for the song “To Repel Ghosts” which features the original song alongside remixes from George Fitzgerald, Stray, and Troy Gunner.
Enjoy the Basquiat inspired official music video for “To Repel Ghosts,” an animated journey that fits perfectly with the song. Pitchfork TV premiered the video and now we get to share with everyone else.
Gang Colours is preparing for the upcoming release for the single “To Repel Ghosts” from his album “The Keychain Collection.” The single for “To Repel Ghosts” features the original as well as remixes from George Fitzgerald, Stray and Troy Gunner.
Today, enjoy a performance video of Gang Colours performing “To Repel Ghosts” alongside the stream of the George Fitzgerald remix.
The soulful duo of Sepalcure (Machinedrum & Praveen Sharma) are finally going abroad to make the kids out in Europe fall in love with their emotionally engaging sounds, going to Amsterdam, Berlin, Paris and London with fellow Hotflush luminaries such as Scuba/SCB, George FitzGerald and Sigha. Also, if you’re in London on the 17th, don’t you dare miss out on seeing them with the badman James Blake. What has impressed me about Sepalcure is the simultaneous evolution of their live show and productions; it’s always changing into something more personal, more demonstrative of how much they pour into the tunes they make. With their second EP, Fleur coming out in January via Hotflush, the duo has graced URB with a fantastic live session they did on a radio show that they frequent, Percussion Lab Radio. There is no tracklist (you don’t need one, just listen to it) but there’s all good vibes. Mix link and EU tour info after the jump.