1) Massive intro 2) Protection 3) Inertia creeps 4) Black Milk 5) Manfred Mann : Tribute (Sampled on Black milk) 6) Les Négresses Vertes : Face à la mer (Massive attack remix) 7) Lately (Mark Pritchard remix) 8) Be thankful for what you got 9) Group four 10) Blue lines 11) Tom Scott & L.A. Express : Sneakin in the back 12) Antistar 13) I against I (Featuring Mos Def) 14) Butterfly caught 15) Girl I love you (She is in danger remix) 16) Angel 17) Three 18) Unfinished sympathy (Paul Oakenfold remix) 19) Unfinished sympathy (Nellee Hooper remix) 20) Unfinished sympathy extended remix 21) Paradise circus (Gui Boratto remix) 22) Man next door 23) Special cases ( Akufen remix ) 24) Aaja sajan aaja : Khalnayak 25) Karmacoma (Bumper ball dub) 26) Karmacoma 27) Karmacoma (Napoli trip) 28) Startled insects : Cheetah 29) What your soul sings 30) Teardrop (Mad professor Mazaruni Vocal mix) 31) Teardrop (Virgin magnetic material remix) 32) Teardrop 33) Playing teardrop with vegetables 34) Everywhen 35) Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan : Mustt, Mustt (Massive attack remix) 36) Safe from harm (Just a groove dub) 37) Rising son 38) Exchange (Instrumental) 39) Polaroid girl 40) Exchange vocal
Sephira proudly presents his first release on BMSS Records, Monkey Tales. A collection of stories told from a timeless space, where magic meets curiosity to create an emotional pilgrimage. One that starts, like many other good tales, with Once Upon A Time… Moving through playful spaces and the night of the jungle you reach a sunrise, signalling your journeys end and an opportunity to reflect on your experience and it's personal meaning. In truth, you are the story teller, you always have been. Monkey Tales will be out on 28.10.2014 via Bandcamp and all other major shops (NO exclusivity!) https://bmssrecords.bandcamp.com/album/monkey-tales Mastering by Colin OOOD & Design by Matthew Crick
Continuous Blend of Music Mixed by The Getaway Driver Dabrye - D-Town Tabernacle Choir + Intro Jenova 7 - Metamorphosis Jazz Liberators - Blue Avenue Nujabes - Counting Stars Gramatik - Afternoon Soul Kid Loco - Bootleggers The Herbaliser - Scratchy Noise 40 Winks - Highwaves DJ Krush - Shin-Ki-Row Pretty Lights - Happiness [Troubled Faces] Jon Kennedy - The Lemon Song DDay One - Seeds Of Revolution DJ Shadow - Lost & Found Dope Demand - Red Fox Emancipator - Smoke Signals Glen Porter - Devil Is A Dancer Thievery Corporation - Incident At Gate 7 Mr. Cooper - Ten Backini - Champagne Flute Mr. Scruff - So Long Arts The Beatdoctor - Laughs, Drinks, Jokes & Tricks Long Arm - The Roots Bonobo - Nocutary Maker - Train 'Til Nowhere Little People - Start Shootin' RJD2 - Ghostwriter [Drum Remix] Air - Modular Mix Doctor Flake - Le Vaste Espace The Sound Defects - Focus Enjoy!
André Prats : Harmonica Lukas Staratzky : Guitar Patrick Duvignacq: Editing / Mix
This track is from a collection of tunes from the live streamed sessions with Slamhaus. While bands or users will inspire me, every song was composed live on stream without any pre-thought melodies, progressions or beats. Watch a piece of music composed 100% in front of your eyes. Watch this track composed lived from here: Coming Soon! Be a part of the music making! Watch Tunesday at 2pm CT every Tuesday! www.twitch.tv/slamhaus Album Artwork by Chris Amhaus
The Album's Concept: Everyone has a story, One story; The Monomyth. You are the main character. To understand the nature of story and what it means to us is to understand your own life path. Monomyth Separation is Part One of the Hero’s Journey. Will you accept the call to adventure? This album was born during my first big tour of Greece. I played 10 cities and travelled around the whole country playing my music. I received such great energy and feedback from fans that I decided I must make a project inspired by the trip, so I started digging! I collected records from around Greece; some traditional greek music plus other nice bits that I found. Whilst I was traveling, I was trying to come up with a concept that would tell the tale of a great journey. And of course, as I was in Greece ideas of myth and legend came to mind. So, when I returned home I researched a few things and stumbled across a theory by a philosopher and writer called Joseph Campbell. Basically, he wrote a book called “The hero with a thousand faces” in which he describes a theory that all great stories share; common elements - that they are all one story, a Monomyth. Is there a deeper meaning to why we tell stories? Are they a road map for our very existence, and a way to describe the cycle of life, death and rebirth? Due to this the album is very cinematic. I try to tell a story, but I want the listener to decide what that story is. The album will be best enjoyed as a whole so please find a quiet time to settle in and enjoy the ride. credits
Trip-Hop remix of "The Limit To Your Love" by Feist.
"Sunrise In Paris" from the new album "Time Travellers II" by Jenova 7 & Mr. Moods, a follow-up LP to the 2012 collaborative trip-hop album originally released by Dusted Wax Kingdom. Free download: jenova7.com/album/time-travellers-ii