[PREMIERE] Russ Liquid – This is Pretty Cool (feat. Beats Antique, Andrew Block and Eric Vogel) : Electro Soul [Free Download]Posted in Bangin, Chill by Jake | Tags: Beats Antique, Collaboration, Electro Soul, Free Download, Premiere, Russ Liquid
Residing on Gramatik’s Lowtemp label, Russ Liquid has been making waves as a jam influenced producer to keep an eye on as he’s improved his sound with every release. His 17 track Foreign Frequency album infuses elements of jazz and bass music in a new, refreshing sound he’s made his own. Today he’s teamed up with acclaimed live electronica and experimental world fusion trio Beats Antique, as well as fellow New Orleans based bassist Eric Vogel and guitarist Andrew Block. This psychedelic track infuses live instrumentation with electronic production as the slick guitar licks, funky basslines and keyboard work, jazzy hi hats, and the signature crooning trumpet is mixed in with quivering synths and electronica production as it all comes together on this pleasant track appropriately titled “This is Pretty Cool.” Enjoy!
Russ Liquid – This is Pretty Cool (feat. Beats Antique, Andrew Block and Eric Vogel) | Free Download
Cali based rapper Kyle previously appeared on Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment’s recent album Surf, and is back with a new track alongside Chance The Rapper. This new collaboration “Remember Me” appears on Kyle’s forthcoming album Smyle, due Friday 10/2, and here he gives us a glimpse of what we can expect from the project. Bringing a sultry piano-based instrumental with some dreamy synthesized keyboard and classic boom bap production, Kyle kicks off the track with his rhyming while Chance serenades us on the hook and outro to make for a cool track that has us excited to hear what else Kyle has in store for us. Enjoy
KYLE Ft. Chance The Rapper – Remember Me?
UPDATE 9/23/2015: ALERT! The full version of Disclosure and Lorde's collaborative single "Magnents" has finally surfaced! Enjoy
We’re quickly approaching the sophomore album Caracal from UK based brothers Disclosure, who are following up their 2012 breakout album Settle. One of the biggest collaborations off the project is their track “Magnets” alongside 18 year old international superstar, Lorde. This track follows quite a few singles including “Hourglass” with Lion Babe, “Willing & Able” with Kwabs, “Omen” with Sam Smith, and “Holding On” with Gregory Porter. Listen to this short clip of Disclosure and Lorde’s much anticipated collab and hang tight until the September 25th release of Caracal. Enjoy
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Update 9/24/2015: Less than 24 hours after teasing the collaboration with A-Trak and Keznamdi via a visual component, ZHU premieres "As Crazy As It Is" in full glory! You can hear A-Trak's live scratching on the production and the jazzy elements meshing perfectly with ZHU and Keznamdi vocals perfectly.
Just a couple weeks back the enigmatic ZHU went live with a mysterious website generationwhy.com which had a matrix inspired vibe which cryptically revealed an impressive list of artists we have assumed are a list of collaborators for a future project. These speculations were confirmed as of last week when we got the first track "Automatic," a collaboration with UK singer AlunaGeorge.
A wide-variety of names such as Bone Thugs N Harmony, Trombone Shorty, Skrillex, A-Trak and Gallant appeared on the site. A-Trak was one of the names that instantly made us more interested in what kind of collaboration they could have on the way.
Well it seems the predictions were true once again and we have our ears on the very first clip of this collaboration titled "As Crazy As It Is", which has been leaked exclusively to those who submitted their e-mail at generationwhy.com. Listen and watch the clip below, and if it follows last week's pattern we should expect the single's release on Friday. Enjoy!
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