Hello everybody! This is the new episode of "Free Flow Music Dance Show" hosted by Max Mikheev & Anton Guzalo. We represent you some best house and techno tracks from huge world of electronic music. As we know it of course. There are some new cool stuff inside, and some tracks that was time-tested. Hope you like it. Enjoy :)
All over the place on WYWRadio #67. Kate Bush returns to the stage this summer apparently, so it was time for her to front WYWR – the aweomse Cloudbursting from the Hounds of Love album. A good start.
New stuff from lo-fi guitar hero Alex G, and more new stuff from balearic guitar heroes Paqua. Both LPs came out out in the last month and both are worth getting – click on the links to buy!
Taylor Mcferrin has a new one on Brainfeeder and here you’re getting ‘Place in My Heart’ featuring the distinctively voiced RYAT. Superb production as always and the same can be said for KZA who gives us a smooth edit that rolls along like summer.
Followed by a tempo drop – Beck had an album out this year and it’s one of his slower offerings. The track here is ‘Morning’, and it’s complemented by the first of two Ole Smokey edits – this one of Damien Jurado’s ‘Maraqopa’. Smooth.
Proving he can do a bit quicker on the edit front though, Ole Smokey then drops a nice rub of Teena Marie’s ‘You Make Love Like Springtime’ which I’ve paired with a nice unreleased version of ‘Hot Fun’ by Dee Dee Sharp – another one of those Sunshine Sounds 12s appeared last month with some unreleased disco action. Worth a look!
80s action from Shannon courtesy of a breakdance comp the peeps over at Vinyl Sodomy, then the brilliant Alicia Myers track that’s been sampled by quite a few folks (I like what the Dead Rose Music Company did with it), then a find courtesy of a recent Theo Parrish/Gilles Peterson podcast – Voyage’s ‘I Love You Dancer’.
Jazz from Donald Byrd with the Mizell brothers on production and writing duties, and then a track for the recently departed Horace Silver – plenty of good stuff from him over the years, I’m choosing a vocal cut which I’ve always loved and played out ‘Wipe Away the Evil’
Something completely different from Grimes. Go!
Tempo. It’s taken down a notch for a bit – Lord of the Isles has been called pastoral techno (!) and Koan Sound are new to me but both work together well here, segueing as they do into the new one from the always awesome Floating Points – for he is King Bromeliad.
A great new compilation came out on CTR records recently called ‘A Crushing Glow’ – put together by the artist (he paints birds and wildlife, among other things) Matt Sewell. Definitely a pastoral vibe across the lp but the one I’ve picked has more than a touch of late 80s/early 90s acid. It is called ‘Falling Acid’.
And it lets us in for the road home: new track from the excellent Lone LP on R&S, two Italo House monsters from Joey Negro’s new compilation, and an excellent 2014 throwback track from Sir Stephen on House of Silk. Makes for a nice ending….but there’s still time for the 9 minute monster ‘Giant’ from The The’s 1983 album Soul Mining.
More soulful reggae tunes on the grill: 'The Soul Of Reggae Vol. 3' selected & mixed by SoulBrigada | june 2014.
Seventeen dope reggae cover versions of great US-Soul tunes (from labels such as Motown, Stax or Philadelphia International Rec. etc.). Make it Reggae!
Download here: https://soundcloud.com/soulbrigada/soulbrigada-soul-reggae3