BD1982 – Let’s Talk Math

Label: Seclusiasis

“Yokohama’s BD1982 has a new album out now, and if the title single below is any indication, Let’s Talk Math promises to be one of the most interesting funky, bass-driven records of the year. Featuring heavily-delayed synth-guitar plucks, lushly-vocoded vocal elements, and a daring near-tribal percussion sound, “Let’s Talk Math” is fluid enough that it could fit into anything, from a Villalobos set to a Starkey mixtape. BD1982 performs quite a feat here, proving that bass music need not always contain subsonic throbs to work wonders on a dancefloor.” – XLR8R



Tycho – Adrift (Shigeto’s Adrift A Dream Mix)

Review and MP3 after the jump…

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Robot Koch – “Listen To Them Fade (feat. Grace)”


Label: Project: Mooncircle


MOSDUB = Mos Def + Dub

Max Tannone follows up his Jadiohead [Jay Z VS Radiohead] and Doublecheck Your Head [Beastie Boys VS Themselves] projects with this collection of Mos Def lyrics over classic dub backings . . .

Some real gems in here and def worth checkin first thing on a Sunday morning . . . Read more…

Thom Yorke Covers Joy Division “Love Will Tear Us Apart”

Thom Yorke Covers Joy Division Love Will Tear Us Apart covers

At last night’s especially awesome Thom Yorke/Atoms For Peace show, Thom and the gang tore the roof off with their closing number — a cover of Joy Division’s “Love Will Tear Us Apart”. Someone in the audience caught it on video and sent it over to P4K. Watch Thom do this thing, below….
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MADDASH|TV Presents Ed Cox performing at ALAN III at Hidden Nightclub, Vauxhall, on April 9th, 2010. Ed Cox the free party legend and the father of “CLOWNCORE” came down to the past ALAN and laid down some gypsy electronic clown… he can describe himself better!…

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Listen to Four Tet Remixes from Floating Points and Mosca

Four Tet (a.k.a. Kieran Hebden) has recently released a couple of 12-inches for “Sing,” the latest single from his impeccable There Is Love in You album. Given that the album’s clubbier direction was partially inspired by time spent at London nightspots like Plastic People, it’s no surprise the Hebden has selected some choice remixers from the city’s vibrant post-dubstep/future-garage/someone-really-needs-to-give-it-a-proper-name-soon music scene.

Both 12-inches are available now, but the Floating Points and Mosca remixes have been posted on Soundcloud for public purusal.

Four Tet – Sing (Floating Points Remix) by DominoRecordCo

Sing (Mosca remix) by Four Tet