Thomas Jack has been making Tropical House quite a real thing over this year which has been helped largely in part by his remixes as well as his Tropical House mixtape series that TSIS has helped present. On top of his own mixtapes, he’s been bringing out some friends for some exclusive guest mixes who we’ve already seen from Klingande and Bakermat. Well today we have one very special.
His tropical house brother Kygo who’s been exploding all year has been given the reigns to deliver a guest mix, and damn is it impressive. Kygo provides an incredible hour long mix to help the summer state of mind live strong. Listen to the mix below and make sure to pick up yourself a copy. Enjoy!
Via Soundcloud – “Over the years there have been a handful of artists/DJs that I have always wanted to come on the show. We’ve had Dam Funk, Mr. Choc, Daddy Kev, Hazel, Rhettmatic, Ta-ku, Coleman, Iman Omari, and many others as special guests but i’ve always wanted to have J. Rocc of the legendary Beat Junkies/Stones Throw crew on the show. Well, our timing finally aligned and he came through the Soulection HQ to drop a set and sit down with me for an interview. He dropped a 60 min set full of future beats, bass, and some other left-field shit.
After that we sat down and chopped it about so many interesting things from his love for digging for 45’s (Gospel Music), his production (that he keeps low key), his DILLA/MADLIB stories, and much more. J. Rocc is an overall tastemaker and one of the best on the decks. If you ever have a chance to see him live please go to a show and see for yourselves.” Read more HERE. Tracklist after the jump. Read More
Via Soundcloud – “Local Over Everything presents: THE LOCALS vol. 001 is a collaborative audio experience by the creators and contributors of Local Over Everything. This single body of work is the first of a series of sonic installations that speak to the relationships, efforts and passions that created and sustains Local Over Everything. Hand-selected by the Local Over Everything executive team, each soundscape is an individual path in the collective journey that has brought us together, here: as a community of visionaries, creators and artists.
For the love of Dallas and beyond, it’s Local Over Everything”
Playlist after the jump. Read More
New chill mix from San Fran-based Rœ. Check it out above x follow her Soundcloud HERE. Tracklist below.
Sadie Arna- Fallin
Congruence- Let go
Clara La San- Let you go (NegiumBeats Remix)
Handbook- Satin Skin
VBND- Is you single
Obeson- I need you to need me
Doja Cat- So High (Kodak To Graph Remix)
Oshi- I <3 u
Markai- Love all night ft. Jeremih
OLV- Close to us (GXNXVS Remix ft. Lapsley)
Youngs- Magnifying glass (Daktyl Remix)
Owl Eyes- Closure (Giraffage Remix)
Via Soulection Soundcloud (Playlist after the jump): Another great show full of amazing music from all over the world. I did this show from my hotel room in San Diego, shouts to Siene for helping me out. I got back after our Soulection event at club AD in downtown and put together this diverse track list of gems. I was limited on turn tables but still made it work. I talked only once on here and let the music take over so enjoy. We’ll be back next week with @beatsbyesta
We are also launching Soulection TV via our YouTube channel: youtube.com/soulection and will be uploading the video interviews from these shows. Stay tuned.
Catch you next week.
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For 105 days out of 365 days this year you got a total of 15 mixes from the Czar of Snooze and our faithful partners and Smashmouth Entertainment’s The Bass6. We have some bigger things in motion for our Snoozinati crew so with that being said this is the last volume of our turn-up mix known as Lucid Dreams.
Better late than never, I guess, as ScHoolboy Q lays a verse to Disclosure’s international smash hit “Latch”. As hip hop and electronic music continue to transcend each other’s genre boundaries, Q’s joining of the party is both welcomed and not without precedent. Previous uptempo, higher BPM cuts from Q (see “Hell Of A Night,” “To Tha Beat”) have been met with high regard. Check out the track below.
Atlanta’s “great teenage hope” gets the remix treatment from UK-based duo Snakehips. Great summertime tunes.
Stand up, Sacramento.