Saturday, 29 October 2011


There was a new Fade to Mind newsletter in my inbox yesterday, and with it came a free Kingdom tune. The Cut me out Instrumental Dub is easily one of my favourite things the stateside Night slugger and Fade to Mind head honcho has ever made. A slow rolling, halftime, 808 bassline booms under some horns and lush pads. It's a perfect wavering cut that hangs with zero sense of urgency almost like a US version of WD25. Also in the email was news that Kingdom has a new EP out on Night slugs on the 21st of november and the next day Fade to Mind release Mike Q's EP.If you aren't signed up to the Fade to Mind mailing list, I suggest you head over here and do so promptly.

Thursday, 20 October 2011

Bicep pumping

The Feel my Bicep guys have been in a rich vein of free download form recently and their latest offering is no different. Love Comedown is a chopped, fist/bicep pumping take on Eveyln King's original disco classic which leaves all the good bits in and gives the percussion a wee boost. Get at it below and while you're there pick up their Brooklyn Shuffle remix of the anthemic Terrell (originally by Wolf Music's new guy Medlar) Also worth checking out is the recent Wolf Music sampler (Wolf 009) which includes another Bicep remix of Terrell and a new Medlar original.

Thursday, 13 October 2011

A love song

Infinite Potentials present a slice of off-kilter sweetness in the form of L♥vesng. The above video is actually for a Devendra Banhart track, but I swear it goes so much better with this track. L♥vesng is available to download among 9 other tracks on an Indigo Pyramids sampler; Indigo Shades 2 which you can get your hands on here