Archive for the 'Mixtapes' Category

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

Just in time to help you squeeze the last remnants of heat out of this Indian summer, the fifth installment of our ongoing Bomboclat! series is an atmospheric and predominantly dub heavy mixtape. Hat tip to Jon “Sir Lord Comic” for his help in compiling these tracks. Find volumes one through four, here. – Cognoscere […]

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

An eclectic medley of ramblin’ folk, African rhythms and mellow tunes to usher in that October breeze. Aquarium Drunkard Presents: Soulful Shade of Blue – A Medley Brook Benton – Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright Miriam Makeba – Oxgam Bob Lind – Fennario Tom Paxton – Last Thing On My Mind The Beach Boys – […]

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

Summer is over. Prepare to open the windows and supplement that autumn feel with this mix of acoustic ballads, epic instrumentals and hypnotic covers. MP3: September :: A Medley

Monday, August 25th, 2014

Chuck Berry On The Rocks: Volume II. A choice selection of primitive sixties garage rock. Our second collaboration with Gothenburg, Sweden DJ/record collector Peer Schouten. Find and download volume one, HERE. Download/tracklisting after the jump…

Monday, August 18th, 2014

Take a soulful trip from the handclappin’, hopscotchin’ sidewalks of New York with Shirley Ellis, down to New Orleans to do the Te-Ta-Ta with K-Doe and on up to Memphis for some soul stew from Otis and Sam & Dave. Through the unbeknownst participation of all these soul masters, Hipshakers & Heartbreakers follows the chronology of […]

Thursday, August 14th, 2014

Ghana / Nigeria / Jamaica / Senegal & beyond. More freeform interstitial airwave debris transmitting somewhere off the coast of Los Angeles. This is transmission fifteen. Direct download, below. The first fourteen transmissions can be found and downloaded, here. MP3: Sidecar: Transmission / 15 Intro Mor Thiam – Ayo Ayo Nene Fela Kuti – Lover […]

Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

In the United Kingdom of the early 70s, the rock scene wasn’t all about the pillaging of the blues and progressive rock excess. Outside of the hustle and bustle of London, musicians cooped themselves in cottages on the country side attempting to emulate what was coming from the west coast of America at the time. […]