You know it can’t get anymore exclusive when you get a podcast from one of the most adventurous and expansive producers on the planet: Luke Vibert. Ultimately one of the most prolific and elaborate auteurs of the electronic world, Vibert has created tracks that delve between the worlds of jazz, funk, disco, hip-hop and tweak-crazy acid house. Always appreciative of his influences and a sterling sample-picker, Luke Vibert and his many alter-egos have one thing in common: their love for the entire notion of what makes a tune whole. From the drum patterns, to the synth, tweaks and finally the layering of samples, Vibert is truly one of the more remarkable producers of our time. While listening to this fantasticly eclectic mix, pick up his new record under his Wagon Christ guise, called Toomorrow out now on Ninja Tune.
This week’s podcast is provided by one of the true autuers of the music world: DJ Vadim. Throughout a career of insurmountable releases, shows, projects and aliases, Vadim has found ways to infuse quite possible all the world’s sounds into his mixes and tracks seamlessly and intricately.
Nostalgia 77 presents the Relics mix in support of his upcoming album The Sleepwalking Society out March 22nd, via Tru Thoughts. The Sleepwalking Society features German singer Josa Peit alongside Benedic Lamdin aka Nostalgia 77, and is his long-awaited fourth studio album. The first single, Simmerdown” is now available on iTunes.
The Relics mix represents a peek into the underground London Jazz scene, featuring tracks from his own label, Impossible Ark, as well as Babel, Loop, Grundle, and Ninja Tune. Relics also contains a couple of unreleased tracks with the song Dandelions by Kaz Simmons and Elephants by the Skeletons.
1. The Skeletons “Elephants” (Koka …
Label Love is an eclectic yet unified bundle of unique sounds compiled simply for the love of sharing them with the universe – each track plucked and presented by labels heads from Melting Pot, Ninja Tune, One-Handed, Plug Research, Tru Thoughts, and Ubiquity.
Each label evokes its own signature sound giving this collection a diversified and interesting flow of genres. Label Love consists of nostalgic classics, fresh unreleased gems and other dope, exclusive selections with the goal of expanding minds to new styles, vibrations and colors.
We’ll admit that DJ Vadim is not a name that been on the front burner the past hew years, but this Ninja Tune OG hasn’t gone away quietly, as he proves with this new mix of blunted beats (a phrase not on the tip of anyone’s tongue either). Big ups to Self-Titled for unearthing this gem of a mix.