• October Musicfest [Section 2] UK.

    2 oct. 2009, 6h57m par vjsupersaint

    Right well here's the UK section of great music that you may never even have heard of from group. 'Unsigned UK' But first of all I need to add an amendment to the Europe section.

    sussilo Or DJ Sussilo as she now is. Has a show that is broadcast from warm web radio. And it is on from 2200-2300 on Fridays and 2100-2300 on Saturdays. These timings are of course CET. So British and Portuguese listeners will need to take it as an hour earlier. Worldwide listeners will have to check their clocks. I believe these are temporary timings until the station is up and running fully. So you'll need to check back regularly on that. And also we all know that Susanne is an avid supporter of unsigned artists. So once the station is fully underway. Let's plague her station manager. And tell them what she really loves to play on the radio. I can highly reccommend the show as it stands though for all listeners of pure rock and it is called Facelift.. OK well let's hope we can support Susanne with the same appreciation. That she supports music. here's the link. http://rock.warmwebradio.com/#home

    But please note that this programme is not on air this weekend. So normal service will resume on Friday 9th October 2009.

    OK so on with news from 'Unsigned UK' then.
    All artists mentioned are in the order that they were found here onLastFM. And are in no preferential order.They come from a wide range of genres right across the music spectrum.

    So hopefully there's at least one artist here for everyone to like or love. Please at least give them a listen. As all artists mentioned are unattached to any record labels and yet still manage to make great music. All without the safety of being funded by anyone but themselves.

    It's oh so very wrong. But it's only us avid listeners and buyers of their music. That can make it noticeable. And redress the balance in what has become the cutthroat world of music as it is today.

    Now just before I leave you our list. I have to say that I have been approached by a considerable amount of music artists on myspace. I can't advertise how good or great they are if they don't do it themselves. I'm not being harsh, just realistic. LastFM is where music is much more easily heard. Without knocking most people's internet browsers completely out.

    All these artists are courtesy of either the artists themselves. Who have made themselves known to one of us. Or found by one of us. Us being in alphabetical order: Acuvi scramuss sussilo & Myself vjsupersaint

    OK well here's who we love to listen to in our group 'Unsigned UK' And all artists are in the order in which they were added to the group. Let's home some of you can at least listen to some of them. They are not greedy they just need to be heard. Thanks to you all that do from Mike.

    TheTrees The Home Guard Detox Cute And The Beauty Junkies The Silver Wizard Project My Endeavour The Standards Ten Tigers Rook and The Ravens John Laval Stars and Sons

    Airship Aaron King Guiye Frayo Ten Bears The Talent John Zealey Temple Scene Cancel The Astronauts Colours Run Andrew Duffell Barricades Rise Chris Flew A J Moore J Marie Cooper Wild Hope

    Cuckoo Rass Memorial Beach Melodee Rockmore Lost Without Cause Sal The Band A Lot Like Eskimos Nine More Lies Juliana Meyer The Gypsy Switch KunK Jimm Zorn Isolated Atoms Ten Foot Nun The Melting Ice Caps Viva Machine Capulets

    ellen (uk) Rupert Stroud Fran Rodgers RedBoxBlue Tom Peel The Traps The Boxer Rebellion Ten City Nation The Fancy Toys Benjamin Robinson Indica Ritual Mark Hole Bryn Williams Elliot Whale Boy

    Chris Perrin & The Minor Falls Tequila Rockin'Bird Dead Like Harry Sexy Kids Mr. Lizard Filthy Modern Hearts Stuart Newman A Stranger In Moscow Kitty Hudson Musical Mind Control

    Skinless Finger Bundle Of ID Kingfishers Catch Fire The Foxes sTia Space Age Hero Into the White Important-looking Pirates The Forest And The Fire Young Runaways Scarlet Harlots The Gadsdens Mutant Zombie Foetus

    The Ray Summers DaylightSaving Neon Highwire cozimnot! The Mekkits July Rising Owen Duff Hidden Door Joni Fuller Audioalysis The Kick Inside Catherine A.D.

    OK so that was a very long list. But we do have more. Just not streamable or downloadable from last.fm Perhaps now you can understand the magnitude of artists that are left without. Because most of you will either stay well within your safety zone. And only listen to what you know. Or only listen to what names are being mentioned by friends at school/college or at work. Or just buy what you think is cool to impress your mates. Because the media told you it was.

    OK well I can't change that on my own. But at least now you've been told by someone else. Who will not only listen to these artists. But will support them as much as is humanly possible. Please try and do what you can for any of these artists. Before you turn round and find they are no longer there. Because they can't afford to carry on any more. Without the financial backing to do so.

    Thanks for reading and keep enjoying the music. Please feel free to come and join us in this and any of our Unsigned network of groups. Here on LastFM. Bye for now from Mike.
  • October Musicfest [Section 1] Europe.

    1 oct. 2009, 23h14m par vjsupersaint

    Hello all grab you ears and bring them with you. Here's our monthly reccommendations from group 'Unsigned Europe'
    All artists mentioned are in the order that they were found here onLastFM. And are in no preferential order.They come from a wide range of genres right across the music spectrum.

    So hopefully there's at least one artist here for everyone to like or love. Please at least give them a listen. As all artists mentioned are unattached to any record labels and yet still manage to make great music. All without the safety of being funded by anyone but themselves.

    It's oh so very wrong. But it's only us avid listeners and buyers of their music. That can make it noticeable. And redress the balance in what has become the cutthroat world of music as it is today.

    Now just before I leave you our list. I have to say that I have been approached by a considerable amount of music artists on myspace. I can't advertise how good or great they are if they don't do it themselves. I'm not being harsh, just realistic. LastFM is where music is much more easily heard. Without knocking most people's internet browsers completely out.

    All these artists are courtesy of either the artists themselves. Who have made themselves known to one of us. Or found by one of us. Us being in alphabetical order: Acuvi scramuss sussilo & myself vjsupersaint

    OK well here's who we love to listen to in our group 'Unsigned Europe' And all artists are in the order in which they were added to the group. Let's home some of you can at least listen to some of them. They are not greedy they just need to ne heard. Thanks to you all that do from Mike.

    Steem Sax & Moryson Minorcracy

    Kate and After Heritage Centre Moron Police martino vergnaghi rockaphones Master's Monkeys Maydrim michaels' @ maximum Stereo Arcade Renegade Ride
    Memorial Beach Hidden By The Grapes Chris Michols Talkshow Play people Nofield Slowmotion Club miscellaneum Simon Says No! Accidents Never Happen Domi Relic Rust Joram Feitsma Menn Ársins Gert Breitenkamp

    Aleksandr Khodchenko The Black Tea Sector Illusion The Midges Red carmine YRU Timur Izhbulatov Ten Page Pilot Black Henbane Waterplea semaphore

    Dako Déjà Vu Stillground The Shy Lads Televox Marybeth D'Amico Nagisa Soldier God's Favorite Drug Snye braving the glacier Durden The Pin-Up Girls Prinz König Laura Jansen The Blessing Dogs
    The Amazing Few One Ear

    I'm so sorry this has been such a long list. But this is what happens when you only listen to what has been massively advertised in the media. I'd also say if you do listen to any of the above mentioned.

    Please let them know in their shoutboxes. It all makes a great big difference to them. Thanks for reading this. All the best to you all from Mike. Please join us in our Unsigned network of groups. Together we can all make a massive difference.
  • EXCLUSIVE: Andreya Triana – Lost Where I Belong

    26 sept. 2009, 10h20m par jeej

    First things first: this is a Jus Like Music Exclusive! The very first single from Ninja Tune’s fantastic new signing, Andreya Triana, is called Lost Where I Belong. It’s taken from her forthcoming debut album, which will come out on Ninja Tune next Spring. This single officially drops on 14th December and the b-side will be a Flying Lotus remix.

    This exclusive sneak preview will only be around for 500 downloads – or until Ninja Tune chop my head off, whichever comes first! After that, you’ll just have to be patient and wait till December!

    Andreya Triana is an amazing vocalist, although that really does go without saying. She has featured on some quality tracks and albums over the past few years, and worked with artists like; Flying Lotus, Kid Kanevil, Mr. Scruff, Bonobo, Theo Parrish, Natural Self, Aaron Jerome, TM Juke and the Jack Baker Trio, Homecut and Fink. I’m very much looking forward to her debut album, which is being produced by the mighty Bonobo and I hear will also feature label-mate Fink. No doubt more information about the album (like an album name!) will become known in due course, and I’m confident that you’ll be reading about it on Jus Like Music first – so stay tuned.

    GET THE DOWNLOAD HERE!
  • Mid-HomeGuardathon-week 'update'

    9 sept. 2009, 4h29m par vjsupersaint

    http://www.last.fm/group/The+Home+Guard Mid-HomeGuardathon-week 'update'
    Keep going all you great people and fellow participators. The Home Guard are now well over 11,000 plays on last.fm. Of that you can be sure. This just goes to show that a little audience participation goes a very long way. But what we need more of now is listeners. Please tell all your friends who can get on last, tell the neighbours dog if you have to. This great band needs a wider audience if at all possible. http://www.last.fm/music/The+Home+Guard

    This could be lastFM history in the making. And maybe even greater than that. Who knows?

    Many have asked me the question this week why?
    OK well it's no secret so I'll tell you all why. With a heavier statistical count of listeners and songs played. The Home Guard can then be pointed out by any one of us to any radio station anywhere. And we can tell them how much we really care. And how much we'd love to hear them played somewhere other than LFM. As none of us can be here all the time. But can often be near a radio. At some stage in our day. And if we hear one of our greatly loved music artists during that time. Then it helps the day go that much better or even quicker.

    Now although I've sent sampler CD's to radio stations here in The UK. It's still apparently not enough. As a radio station manager receives in excess of about a thousand of these CD's in any given week.

    So let's give these radio stations something really big and great to look at..

    Thanks to all of you great people that have taken this to great limits and beyond. You're all brilliant many thanks from Mike. Our group is here. http://www.last.fm/group/The+Home+Guard Please feel free to join at any time. http://www.thehomeguard.info/buy.html buy from The band here. And feel free to browse around there. It's a great website.
  • A Day For Celebration.

    2 sept. 2009, 5h46m par vjsupersaint

    Today 2/9/2009. Is the first full day for the full release of the album Forlorn Hope And Glory. by The Home Guard. This is their second full release. Both of which are available here. http://www.thehomeguard.info/buy.html

    This will give you many alternatives where you can buy their CD's or digital downloads. Including from the band themselves. Which is where you will get the best value for money deal.
    The website here is also very updated. So it's a great idea to take a look around while you're there. You can leave your comments there to Chris and Dan. And also visit and sign their guestbook if you so wish. All this can be done whilst listening to their very great music. Call it a try before you buy if you like.

    The website is nicely laid out and you can find plenty of links as to where these two great fellas can be found. If not at home when you go calling for them.



    This album is totally self-made and produced by an 'Unsigned' band. Your support is always valued by them. It's fantastic music so why not go and buy it.
  • A blog for the Unsigned by Acuvi. Please read and send her your comments.

    26 août 2009, 15h40m par vjsupersaint

    OK fellow friends and listeners. This is a sample from Acuvi's brilliant bog for unsigned artists on wordpress.com Now due to a downturn in listeners of great unsigned artists. And an upturn in listeners of just pure rubbish. I feel that people really need to see this. This lady doesn't do this for herself. She does it for the sake of great music. Not just now but for the future too. Oh and who knows one day, if you're an artist yourself. If you message Acuvi and ask her nicely. You may even end up on her page soon yourself.

    Because without supportive listeners that can be proactive too. These great artists will just disappear and that would be a real shame. So please show some support here for Acuvi too by reading this sample. And then sending her your comments. On her blog page through the link at the bottom here. Many thanks to you all that do from Mike.
    Music from a bedroom, Pt 3
    August 26, 2009
    Click here for music from a bedroom
    Click here for music from a bedroom, Pt 2



    Music from a bedroom, Pt 3

    Nofield are a four-piece alternative metal band, formed in the beautiful north of Norway in 2008.

    The debut EP “Ending Paragon” was released online in early June 2009.
    In September 2009, Nofield will go on a mini-tour through Norway and Sweden, promoting their music.

    This music is deep, dark and carry the influences of being a ambient progressive band (Beyond Absence). Something of a rarity. The emotional female vocals, combined with some good production skills make this a strong track on “Ending Paragon”.
    The almost opposite “Defaced” is a good track as well as it is a typical metal piece. The guitar-vocal interlude is good before it rounds off with some kick ass guitar riffs.

    Nofield on MySpace

    Daniel Chappell (born 1983), is a solo artist and music producer, born in Ohio and are currently living in northern California. He was a self taught pianist from the age of thirteen. And began to produce his own songs for about two years ago, on his 36 key mini keyboard.

    All his songs are personal and have their own distinctive feature. All from a creative-relaxing “There and back again”. To a inventive and happy “The happy hippie”.
    This, and the rest of his stuff are perfect chill-out and meditative tunes.

    Daniel is, besides being an excellent producer, the mastermind behind the popular unsigned Christmas project 2009, on last.fm. A project where unsigned artists from all over the globe, contribute their own Christmas song to an ever-growing list of Christmas songs.
    And everone is welcome to join.

    http://acuvi.wordpress.com/
  • PODCAST: Jus Like Music Volume 35

    24 août 2009, 8h40m par jeej

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    - Jus Like Music Volume 35 -

    Volume 35 tracklisting:

    01. Quantic & His Combo Bárbaro - Undelivered Letter
    02. Souleance - One Step
    03. Hudson Mohawke - Rising 5
    04. Gangsta Red - I Should Tell Ya Momma on You (Alex Nut's Dees Nuts RMX)
    05. Little Dragon - My Step
    06. St Liquor-ish - Hater
    07. 14KT - Hello.
    08. Mayer Hawthorne - The Ills
    09. dipak chand - Love
    10. Robert Glasper - 4eva (Jeej Edit)
    11. anti-pop consortium - Volcano (Four Tet Remix)
    12. Juice Aleem - First Lesson (Rude Kid Remix)
    13. 2562 - Love In Outer Space
    14. Ital Tek - Massive Error
    15. Flying Lotus - Parisian Goldfish (Take Remix)
    16. Zomby - Digital Fauna
    17. Mount Kimbie - At Least

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  • PODCAST: Jus Like Music Volume 34

    22 jui. 2009, 13h51m par jeej

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    - Jus Like Music Volume 34 -

    Volume 34 tracklisting:

    01. The Heavy - How You Like Me Now? (Joker Radio Edit)
    02. Miles Bonny - I Don't Want You
    03. DJ Buzz - Stardust feat. Frank Nitty and Dorian Concept
    04. Tranqill - The Supplier
    05. Budamunky & Joe Styles - Black Prophet
    06. Juice Aleem - The Killer's Tears (Jeej edit)
    07. Blue Daisy - Space Ex feat. LaNote
    08. Floating Points - K&G Beat
    09. Débruit - Soles Sweat (Reso Remix)
    10. Blasta - Blast Air
    11. Little Dragon - Blinking Pigs
    12. Keaver & Brause - Awake
    13. Shafiq Husayn - Lil Girl (feat. Fatima)
    14. OP Swamp 81 - Another Day
    15. José James - Lay You Down
    16. Ragen Fykes - Love Life
    17. Bilal - All For Love

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  • REVIEW: Emanative - Space

    14 jui. 2009, 20h59m par jeej

    Nick Woodmansey is a British drummer/percusionist and producer. Emanative is his space-jazz project, and Space is the debut LP that recently dropped on Futuristica Music. There needs to be a fuss made about Emanative and this LP, and I’m gonna tell you why.

    There are a group of contemporary producers who are switching things on their head - whether it be a conscious thing or not, it’s happening, and I like it. I’m talking about modern sounds and techniques influencing old - so where as usually it’s things like jazz and funk influencing hip-hop, these guys are doing it the other way round. Eric Lau is producing soul music with hip-hop foundations, 2tall is exploring multiple genres from his roots as a scratch DJ, Dusty is making jazz music with a breakbeat/nu-jazz edge, and then we have Emanative. Firstly, this 14 track LP is simply beautiful - there’s just no escaping that notion, it really is incredible. It’s jazz with a hip-hop inspiration, but in the most subtle of ways - think of Madlib producing a Sun Ra album and you might be getting closer. But loose comparisons aside, Emanative stands alone with its unique execution and aural delivery. Any regular reader will know I’m extremely fond of ‘complete’ sounding albums that take the listener on a journey, and Space does this more so than any other new album I’ve heard this year.

    Tracklisting:

    01. Petite Planète
    02. Illusions
    03. We Travel The Spacebeats
    04. Wind, Sand & Stars
    05. Invaderlude
    06. Space In Veda
    07. Flip-Flop
    08. Snare Of The Venus Fly-Traps
    09. Low Motion
    10. When On Earth
    11. In Orbit
    12. Stars Collide
    13. Lights On
    14. Intersteller Outerlude

    Petite Planète initiates the one hour, five minute spectacular that is Space. From ethereal strings in the background, to the precise, yet loose, percussive arrangement, this track sways like a soothing jazz orchestra. Introducing warm bass and clarinet, the beauty is within the exquisitely arranged stanzas - peaks and troughs in just the right measure to ensure a fluent journey through bass and tone. The soft melodies cant hide the substance and attitude of this track - it’s fantastically crafted and rates up there with the likes of the Cinematic Orchestra as far as a complete and enriching organic sound is concerned.

    Brass and vocals make themselves present in Illusions. There’s a fantastic energy to this track - the rhythms suggest an uptempo affair, but there is still a very pleasing anchor in place in the form of these steady beats and brass stabs, keeping things in check. Science determines that this genuinely is around 160bpm in places, but the mood to the track takes it beyond simply being an uptempo jazz track. As will no doubt prove to be a theme through this album, it appears to be the orchestral elements that help to create actual stories out of the tracks, rather than simply being mere ditties or introductions to what they perhaps could be. This is the real deal.

    We Travel The Spacebeats exhibits the first obvious hip-hop essences on the record. Understated, yet heavy beats combine with an array of instrumentation to create a steady instrumental piece with delicate strings, some wood and subtle keys. Everything is crafted so beautifully - the layers fit seamlessly and entwine with one and other to output an extremely pleasing musical delight. It’s laid back, but meaty - never dull and constantly throws your ears more morsels to get your teeth into - there’s so much going on, but at no stage do you ever feel as if it’s too much, in fact it is in embarrassingly good measure.

    It takes something quite spectacular to make the hairs on my arms stand on end, but Wind, Sand & Stars does it every time. The piano, the gentle rhythms, the flute, the sax, oh and those vocals by the delightful Heidi Vogel are perfect! This piano driven track is infectious - it’s contemporary jazz at its finest. If you like Nostalgia 77 Octet or Cinematic Orchestra, well Emanative just raised the bar, and I don’t say that lightly. This is no carbon-copy though, the ethereal stylings and space-jazz atmospherics ensure this greets your ears with unadulterated freshness.

    Invaderlude continues the space-jazz journey, but with an electronic edge. Nearly two and a half minutes containing deep bass tones, static-tinged melodies and an array of other spacey effects - think Daedelus, Radiohead, Four Tet. Think Emanative!

    With its chilled out beats and soothing double bass, Space In Veda provides a delicate culmination of warm jazz sounds. The modern production techniques, including subtle cuts and scratches, are blended exceptionally well into what is otherwise an extremely organic composition. A well produced (nearly) instrumental track, featuring delicate, hushed vocals from Deborah Jordan, positioned neatly between the first and second thirds of the album - truly exceptional.

    Flip-Flop proceeds with laid back lounge stylings, perhaps in the vein of some of The Herbaliser’s more jazzy pieces. It’s both rich and soothing, exhibiting a plethora of sweet sounds. The introduction of hammond over flute and double bass, whilst matched with keys and steady percussion, encapsulates the mood perfectly. It’s a blissful track that invites the listener to invest their ears as much as they are willing - offering real depth, but with no pressure to take it, it’s up to you, but it’s all there if you want it.

    Whipping us straight back into space, Snare Of The Venus Fly-Traps is a brief uptempo affair with an eerie sense and atmosphere - no doubt designed to maintain the mood of the album. I’m a huge fan of ‘complete’ albums, where the listener is taken along a journey, and it’s the little, yet appropriate, touches like this that help to build such an experience.

    Low Motion balances bassline and melody with infectious breakdowns and jazz rhythms. It’s a great example, on the album, of the combination between the electronic and organic sounds - not that such a thing is a new revelation in music itself, but the pairing within this album is indeed a successful one - everything in its right place, as they say. I really appreciate how delicate and intricate the assembly of this track is. It seems obvious that great effort must have gone into such a creation - dare I suggest that Mr Woodmansey may be a perfectionist?!

    The longest track on the album, When On Earth, goes from eerie space-bass tones and builds slowly, introducing more percussion and adding depth to the timbre before the fantastic piano, drums and beautiful vocals from Liz Elensky and Deborah Jordan enter the fray. I don’t wish to fill my review with comparisons, but I feel like this is the direction that Zero 7 never managed to turn to, or even people like The Quantic Soul Orchestra - not that the aforementioned haven’t had their own successes regardless, just a certain angle of potential was perhaps never realised (maybe just in my mind, of course!). Anyway, the point is; this sounds incredible. Layered spectacularly, I can visualise each element of the track dancing around the next - it builds, it breaks and drops, then it builds again - frankly, blissful.

    In Orbit is a short track showcasing wild brass and steady bass. An interlude of sorts, it goes further to keep the mood of Space - unmistakeably jazz, in both sound and structure, like most of this album it is extremely visual. I appreciate that such a thing would be very much down to the individual, but if you like jazz and are willing to fully immerse yourself in what you are hearing, then I think you too will understand where I am coming from.

    Call it a reprise of the opening track, Petite Planète, Stars Collide is brilliantly placed near the end of the record, like a reminder of what we’ve heard so far. As I just suggested, there’s a relation to the opening track, and at around the same length as the aforementioned track, it brings back the ethereal sounds via strings, bass and percussion. But now there’s vocals from Deborah Jordan and the fit is phenomenal - providing depth, whilst remaining sweet and sincere, it’s a true pleasure for the ears.

    Lights On is an incredible instrumental track encompassing a hypnotic steady rhythm with flutes and strong brass. It’s very much a downtempo affair and actually sounds like it would go well with female vocals also. Alas it is instrumental and quite short, and as such works wonderfully as the beginning of the descent from Space, as it were, as the penultimate track on the album.

    The final track is Intersteller Outerlude, and it acts as just that, an outerlude. It actually reminds a bit of Sergei Prokofiev’s Peter and The Wolf with regards to the style of composition, although the arrangement is indeed of the jazz ilk. It’s an apt finale to a wonderful album and steadily coaxes the listener to the end of their aural journey - no doubt a more enriched being for it - it’s definitely the feeling I was left with.

    Clearly it’s no secret that I think a great deal of this album. I actually envy all those people who are yet to hear Space for the first time, because although I do believe that this album has great potential to grow and grow on the listener with each listen, it also strikes one mighty chord pretty much immediately. Forgetting genres or classifications, stylings or influences, it’s just amazing music and I’d pay good money to see an orchestra perform it in a concert hall - it’s that good. This is easily one of the best albums of 2009 and nothing could possibly make me think any differently. Each person has their own taste and takes pleasure from music in different ways - I personally love music with fantastic depth and arrangement that allows you to immerse yourself fully and be taken on a journey, and Space doesn’t just do this, it does it with style and grace. At the start of this review I claimed that there needs to be a fuss made about this release, and I hope you now understand why I would say this - everyone needs to hear this album… now.

    - Review originally posted, with taster mp3s, here... http://www.juslikemusic.com/emanative-space/

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  • PODCAST: Jus Like Music Volume 33

    29 juin 2009, 8h07m par jeej

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    - Jus Like Music Volume 33 -

    Volume 33 tracklisting:

    01. Rox - My Baby Left Me
    02. The Jivers - Do What feat. Anqui
    03. Lunice - Just Loosen Up
    04. KenLo Craqnuques - LLL’s Feelosophie
    05. Ghost - From The Beginning
    06. Guilty Simpson - Stress
    07. Juice Aleem - You Shut The Fuck Up
    08. M64 - In The Pocket
    09. Sa-Ra Creative Partners - I Swear (feat. Noni Limar)
    10. Constrobuz - Before My Eyes
    11. Circle Research - Stop, Look … Listen to Your Heart
    12. Ocuban - Phylum
    13. Miles Bonny - Fela
    14. Elan - Royal Blue
    15. Hi-Res - Brothaships
    16. Low Limit - Inspirational Jumpsuit
    17. Jamie Vexd - Radiant Industry
    18. Joker - Untitled_rsn
    19. Fat Freddy’s Drop - Big BW
    20. Nujabes - Child’s Attraction
    21. Gary Bartz - Gentle Smiles (Saxy) (Dj Day sax-less edit 1)
    22. Fink - Sort Of Revolution (The Cinematic Orchestra Radio Edit)

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