NDangR Species and Roel Funcken set to release their electro-‐meets-‐hip-‐hop collaborative EP ‘Night Terrors’ this Halloween.
NDangR Species and Roel Funcken have today announced plans to release their collaborative electro-‐meets-‐hip-‐hop EP ‘Night Terrors’ this Halloween, which can be streamed now over on SoundCloud. The 7-‐track EP will be digitally released worldwide on October 31 2014 via Outside Recordings and available to download from all major music outlets including iTunes, Amazon and Juno Download.
A limited 100 CDs will be available to buy directly from Outside Recordings’ website here:
On the EP, Dutch Producer Roel Funcken lays down a dynamic, future bass backdrop while American hip-‐hop duo, Maf Maddix and Luse Kanz, aka N’DangR Species’, delivers intelligent and prolific rhymes; blending elements of electronic bass-‐infused music with traditional hip-‐hop to create a unique sound that delivers on many
Check out the video for the EPs title track ‘Brainfeeder’ on YouTube.
Panther God’s debut full length, Golden Changes is a jazz influenced synth hop adventure spanning three years of original productions. The title itself is a reference to John Coltrane’s “Giant Steps” progression, also known as Coltrane changes. Then there are the changes inside, which the artist must undergo in order to display the full breadth of his creativity. The changes that bring one closer to the light.
Golden Changes is PG aka Paul Gaeta working overtime to make something that might stand the test of time, something that is a reflection of his past and a tribute to where he’s going. It’s him questioning his life and his habits, becoming a better student, lover, and friend. It’s him growing as a musician, as a result of daily practice.
For fans of Nosaj Thing, Flying Lotus, Madlib, J Dilla, Dabrye, Prefuse 73
Mindelixir returns to the charts this summer with his first release of the season, ‘Lunology,’ out later this month on Outside Recordings. A nine-track LP fully encompassed with spacey bass beats and freshly hewed hi-hats, ‘Lunology’ will stimulate the inner-carvings of your cerebral realms while eliciting relaxed ambiances and delicate synths that will send chills down the spine of any psychonaut.
Mindelixir, A.K.A. Bill Schimel, is a Charlotte, North Carolina, based electronic music producer from Wyoming whose productions are heavily inspired by video games, with equal parts both sexy and sci-fi in nature. A bass scientist, and founder of Bass Church, his skills have been influential to the rise of bass music culture throughout the Southeast region of the U.S. In the past, he has performed with the likes of artists such as Flying Lotus, Photek, Skream and Joker, and he isn’t going to stop there. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to float through the dimensions of our universe while swaying to the beat of a freelance dance anthem, this LP is right up your alley. With hints of trap, glitch, bass, hip hop and more, Mindelixir’s latest release is the quintessential soundtrack for all of summer’s laidback shenanigans — whether it’s lounging by the pool with your favorite 12-ounce drank, cruising down the avenues in your convoy expedient, or roaming the streets through the star-caked hours of the night.
Coming to your speakers this July 16th, ‘Lunology’ is guaranteed to find a place in your list of top picks for your mid-summer playlist, as well as the airwaves of your 2013-year. Catch wind of what’s to come with this three-track preview featuring a taste of the LP with songs ‘Eat Grapes,’ ‘Living In Big Cities’ and ‘Lunology.’ Hold on tight, two weeks will fly by before you know it!