As Lord Apex states: “The album has vibrations and certain chill youll only understand after listening.” Better get to it then. This release represents his feelings and experiences of the past ten months.
Beat Machine Aron from Iceland brings us late night music. Jazzy vibes for those laid back hip hop nights. Bop your head to this.
Soothing like a comfy blanket. This Ep makes you chill the ef out. And that seems right. Ackryte brings you ridiculously good sampled tracks and bopping drums. Catch your break of the day with this.
Chilled out beats from the neat Ghost McGrady. Deep drum kicks, crispy snares and tripy compositions accompanied by some sampled raps. These are some tight productions.
Electronic, funk, house, hip hop, techno and more brought together on this inspiring work from Nadastrom. This mixtape is a tribute to an episode from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, that features Raphael De La Ghetto. Dive into these 90’s style breakbeats.
A new series from Uncanny Valley where artists from the label choose like-minded producers to be featured on the same release. For this first installment its Cuthead who contributed two tracks and chose producers Max Graef, S3A and Moony Me. There is something for the likes of everyone. From groovy house to hip hop.
Don’t break your head over these wavy rhythms from Tallesen. The Brooklyn based artist brings a experimental blend of electronic sounds with various genre inspirations. Very original release that keeps surprising you.
P. Morris steps up with smooth, slow riding tracks. These are mostly wide productions, but towards the end you’ll get some more up tempo beats. A nicely balanced Ep for ya’ll.