Jesse Futerman – Exquisite Basement [Snippets Premiere]

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Rappamelo is always been a big fan of Jesse Futerman since day one especially for his great jazzy & soulful sound.

Now following on from Super Basement and Fuse The Witches, the Toronto producer will drop his new EP called “Exquisite Basement” to complete his trilogy of free digital EPs for Jus Like Music Records.

The release date is set for May 6th via Jus Like Music Records and it will be available as free download at jessefuterman.bandcamp.com, in the meanwhile check the snippets down below and… enjoy!

J Dilla “Truck”

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This is “Truck” a track recorded by J Dilla in December 2001-February 2002, this is also the B-Side track of the 12-inch clear vinyl “Anthem” which is available now at at rappcats.com. You can stream “Truck” down below, enjoy!

Cook Classics Vs. Now-Again

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Now-Again Records is one of my favorite labels because they always release delicious and interesting stuff.

They just announced a new release of their Now-Again Music Library that features the Manhattan-born and Los Angeles-based producer Cook Classics presenting a series of songs that combine live instrumentation, modern and vintage synths, programmed beats and live drums.

Cook Classics Vs. Now-Again” is only available digitally on their digital service Now-Again Deluxe at drip.fm/nowagain and it’s out now.

Down below you can download a free MP3 off the album, enjoy!

DOWNLOAD: “Home Is Where The Heart Is” (right click and save)

Thundercat “Heartbreaks + Setbacks”

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Thundercat just announced his next album called “Apocalypse” that will be released on July 9th on Brainfeeder. The executive producer of the album is the Brainfeeder boss Flying Lotus and down below you can stream the first single entitled “Heartbreaks + Setbacks” enjoy!

Anika – Anika EP

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The first time I’ve listened to Anika was back in 2010 when Stones Throw Records released his self-titled debut and I completely didn’t liked, it was an horrible album to be honest and i was really surprised because it was produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead. Few days ago, almost 3 years later, after the listening of her new self-titled EP i understood that i was completely wrong about her and basically i  fell in love with her voice.

Anika EP features brand new covers of songs by The Crystals (He Hit Me), Chromatics (In The City) and Shocking Blue (Love Buzz) as well as illuminating dub versions of previous singles Yang Yang and No One’s There by Bristol producer Ratman.

Down below you can watch the official video of “I Got To Sleep” while you can get the full EP at www.stonesthrow.com enjoy!