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Jon Phonics Take It To The Top
I premiered Jon Phonics‘ new track, ‘Take It To The Top’ off the fam, Push & Run’s Tings in Boots Volume Two compilation on Best Fit last week. Check it out.
This week marks the return of the London label Push & Run’s Tings in Bootscompilation series. As a nod to the Ruff Sqwad white label classic of the same name, the first Tings in Boots featured new originals from emerging acts Ifan Dafydd, Pedestrian and Bodhi. This second crop of tracks features the best of the label’s roster a’la new bootlegs from Ifan Dafydd, Bodhi and Parisian, while welcoming quite a few new additions to the Push & Run family.
Among the newcomers, the master of electro funk edits, producer Jon Phonics offers a heavy new track, ‘Take It To The Top’ available exclusively here on Best Fit ahead of the compilation release. Jon Phonics offering adds a spaced out feel to funk and soul through digitized effects, slapping percussion and those infectious soulful words,’Take It To The Top’ on loop. Be sure to grab the free download over at The Line of Best Fit.

Jon Phonics Take It To The Top

I premiered Jon Phonics‘ new track, ‘Take It To The Top’ off the fam, Push & Run’s Tings in Boots Volume Two compilation on Best Fit last week. Check it out.

This week marks the return of the London label Push & Run’s Tings in Bootscompilation series. As a nod to the Ruff Sqwad white label classic of the same name, the first Tings in Boots featured new originals from emerging acts Ifan DafyddPedestrian and Bodhi. This second crop of tracks features the best of the label’s roster a’la new bootlegs from Ifan Dafydd, Bodhi and Parisian, while welcoming quite a few new additions to the Push & Run family.

Among the newcomers, the master of electro funk edits, producer Jon Phonics offers a heavy new track, ‘Take It To The Top’ available exclusively here on Best Fit ahead of the compilation release. Jon Phonics offering adds a spaced out feel to funk and soul through digitized effects, slapping percussion and those infectious soulful words,’Take It To The Top’ on loop. Be sure to grab the free download over at The Line of Best Fit.

Ifan Dayfdd Llonydd (feat. Alys Williams)

After partaking in some intense rehabilitation due to the soul melting effects of Ifan Dafydd’s first single ‘Celwydd’, we’ve completely relapsed and are in a state of utter elation over his latest jaunt. Literally translating to mean “quiet” or “calm”, our young grasshopper craftily strings his listeners along by ensuring ‘Llonydd’ is anything but that.

Leaning more on the theatrical, storytelling side in comparison to ‘Celwydd’’s lighthearted nature, ‘Llonydd’ clings to a part of the day when the moon is high above and bubbling tempos beckon for your being to do anything but stand still. Singer, Alys Williams’ translucent words reverberate through shadowy walls, and pitched cries that peek out from darkened corners, as she makes her way through billowing organ synths and piano key flecks. With both ‘Celwydd’ and “Llonydd’, Dafydd weaves this flirtatiousness song and dance element throughout, eliciting a charming infatuation with his music you just can’t ignore.

Recordiau Lliwgar‘s second installment in their vinyl compilation series, Y Record Las (The Blue Record) is out 1st April (today). The double 10″ vinyl compilation features new material from four of Wales’ rising stars; Ifan Dafydd, Ymarfer Corff, Llwybr Llaethog and H Hawkline, we promise you don’t want to miss out on this release.

(I wrote this for The Line Of Best Fit today)

Drug Portrait (Prod. by Keith Price)

From Keith Price’s throwback beat to the inflection in rapper/producer, Ian Sethi’s lyrics, there are flecks of hip hop heroes that have come before splattered all over this track. I could make references all day as to who this budding Kentucky-based rapper known as Drug, sounds like, but I’ll refrain. Acts to watch in the coming year no doubt.

This track is off Pragmatic Theory’s Summer in the City *With Rhymes* Compilation that includes tracks featuring Supreme Sol, Handbook, Warren Xclnce, and more.

Zöö Tellin You + Mosis You Say
My faves from the homies, LifeCrushed’s Favored III Compilation pt. 2: Zöö & Mosis


Be sure to check out my previous picks from this comp c/o Kongoko and Underscore too. The impressive tracklist is below and of course the free DL is HERE.
Tracklist (Song - Artist)
86 - Fractals
Obvious - Anthony Ellect
Groove - Stranger
Cold Sweats - Ahadadream
Holly Would - Arapaima
Lacuna - Medla & Lohko
Thermos - Harry Lawless
You Say - Mosis
Pips - Fourth State
Telling You - Zöö
Lunacy - Lateral
Pistachio - Ka
Hurry Up and Think - Underscore
Pheromone Groove - Kongoko
No Reason - Happa
Boowaa - DES!MAL
Nosferatu - Liar
We Did - Twin Empire

Zöö Tellin You + Mosis You Say

My faves from the homies, LifeCrushed’s Favored III Compilation pt. 2: Zöö & Mosis

Be sure to check out my previous picks from this comp c/o Kongoko and Underscore too. The impressive tracklist is below and of course the free DL is HERE.

Tracklist (Song - Artist)

  1. 86 - Fractals
  2. Obvious - Anthony Ellect
  3. Groove - Stranger
  4. Cold Sweats - Ahadadream
  5. Holly Would - Arapaima
  6. Lacuna - Medla & Lohko
  7. Thermos - Harry Lawless
  8. You Say - Mosis
  9. Pips - Fourth State
  10. Telling You - Zöö
  11. Lunacy - Lateral
  12. Pistachio - Ka
  13. Hurry Up and Think - Underscore
  14. Pheromone Groove - Kongoko
  15. No Reason - Happa
  16. Boowaa - DES!MAL
  17. Nosferatu - Liar
  18. We Did - Twin Empire

Underscore Hurry Up and Think

My faves from the homies, LifeCrushed’s Favored III Compilation pt. 1: Underscore

Keep an eye out for more of my picks from this comp later this week. Check the impressive tracklist below and of course be sure to DL HERE.

Tracklist (Song - Artist)

  1. 86 - Fractals
  2. Obvious - Anthony Ellect
  3. Groove - Stranger
  4. Cold Sweats - Ahadadream
  5. Holly Would - Arapaima
  6. Lacuna - Medla & Lohko
  7. Thermos - Harry Lawless
  8. You Say - Mosis
  9. Pips - Fourth State
  10. Telling You - Zöö
  11. Lunacy - Lateral
  12. Pistachio - Ka
  13. Hurry Up and Think - Underscore
  14. Pheromone Groove - Kongoko
  15. No Reason - Happa
  16. Boowaa - DES!MAL
  17. Nosferatu - Liar
  18. We Did - Twin Empire

Yosemite x Willowbeats Monty

My boys Yosemite have reemerged from the trenches to unleash a fantastic collaboration track with fellow Aussie Willow Beats. Sexy clicks and electronic purrs create this all too intimate tickle in your loins feel that makes you blush and look around to see if anyone noticed you fussing about in your chair. Best thing you guys have a done. Seriously dope.

Yosemite | Soundcloud | Facebook

Sivey A Little Help

25 up-and-coming producers spanning the genre spectrum on this fantastic lil’ comp. I posted the preview earlier this year with my favorite track off the comp, Sivey’s “A Little Help.”

You can listen to the entire Sunrise Blend 2 compilation via Juicy Tunes Youtube channel before downloading all of it for free. Love that.

The comp includes Sivey, Sweater Beats, Prof. Logik, Vanilla, Matt Miller, Knight One and lots more. Sex drive in a bottle. Get some.

Juicy Tunes | Website | Facebook

Sweatson Klank Little Time To Fly + In Between

One of LA’s finest underground producer’s, the artist formerly know as Take is back, and thanks to Shitgeto’s guest mix for BTS Radio, I’m all over it him like cougar moms at a white wine tasting. Two of Sweatson Klank’s newest bangers make an appearance on Shigeto’s mix, but his latest latest beatsturmental creation, a two step love song of a track that twirls around itself in utter bliss is something really special.

"Little Time To Fly" is part of a ridiculous compilation for Los Angeles based event screen printing company Hit & Run. They managed to compile a stacked playlist of 29 exclusive and unreleased tracks from Kutmah, Daedelus, Matthewdavid, Knxwledge, Gaslamp Killer, Mndsgn, Thavius Beck, Mono/Poly and many more. 

Two of Sweatson Klank’s tracks from his fantastic EP titled Elevate Me, appear on Shigeto’s BTS Radio guest mix. Take a listen to one of the tracks below.

Elevate me is out now digitally and on 12” vinyl via Project Mooncircle.

Sweatson Klank | Website | Soundcloud | Facebook

MIXTAPE MONDAYS: Atlantics Vol. 2
The followup to electronic label, Astro Nautico’s 2009 Atlantics Vol 1. mini compilation has everyone from Dreams, Spaceghost, Warm Thighs, Baaur, Obey City, Pixelord, Kuhn, AyGeeTee, actually there are just too many to name. Read the hilarious intro to this mix and download immediately. It good.

After three years of blood, sweat and tears and just sitting around Astro Nautico brings you Atlantics: Vol. 2, a flick-to-the-balls, balls-to-the-wall, whopping, whapping 40+ track (including intro, outro, interludes and bonus tracks) compilation album that is poised to soundtrack your summer and generally change the game. 
STREAM and DOWNLOAD the entire mix HERE.

MIXTAPE MONDAYS: Atlantics Vol. 2

The followup to electronic label, Astro Nautico’s 2009 Atlantics Vol 1. mini compilation has everyone from Dreams, Spaceghost, Warm Thighs, Baaur, Obey City, Pixelord, Kuhn, AyGeeTee, actually there are just too many to name. Read the hilarious intro to this mix and download immediately. It good.

After three years of blood, sweat and tears and just sitting around Astro Nautico brings you Atlantics: Vol. 2, a flick-to-the-balls, balls-to-the-wall, whopping, whapping 40+ track (including intro, outro, interludes and bonus tracks) compilation album that is poised to soundtrack your summer and generally change the game. 

STREAM and DOWNLOAD the entire mix HERE.