Friday, October 28, 2011


DâM-FunK was on Beats in Space this week. It was an absolutely fantastic show, so much unreleased music was played that it was incredible.  As everyone knows - we are fans of the King of Funk. Unfortunately, I do not have a soundcloud link to the show.  So, I have linked to an MP3 of the show and have a bunch of other unreleased DâM-FunK.  Have a good Friday and stay funky!

WeCoolerDanNem - DāM-FunK by DâM-FunK

Steve Arrington - Blow Your Mind (Produced by Dam-Funk) by stonesthrow

Fedora worm(Computer Jay's Colecovision Mix) by Computer Jay

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Mux Mool

Palace Chalice by ghostly

I know that I am a couple weeks on this track, but holy cow its good. Mux Mool's "Palace Chalice" is the sort of bass-beat tune that I love. Its got hip-hop, its got dustty groove, and its got a great break down in the middle. This is the sort of thing that I wish Flying Lotus would make more of again. "Palace Chalice" is off of Mux Mool's up coming album, Planet High School, which is due out February 2012 on Ghostly.

Friday, October 21, 2011


  Scuba - Essential Mix - Live @ Sonar (June 2011) by Hotflush

Here is an essential mix by Scuba - star of yesterdays post.  Solid bass tunes for the start of your weekend.  Enjoy!

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Meditate on the Bass Weight pt. II

I feel like all of these track probably deserve their own post, but instead here is one epic bass post. The new Flying Lotus track is beautifully cool jazz - Thundercat bass, Austin Peralta piano.  Pariah brings a nice old school dubstep tune - half step speed, syncopated bass kick, and an anonymous voice sample.  Scuba's track builds up like a classic house tune - house diva, winding up synths, and swinging rhythms.  Big, big tune - probably the best of the bunch.  The Addison Groove track is nice juke style track.   

  Thundercat - $200 TB prod.Flying Lotus ft. Austin Peralta by Flyinglotus 

Pariah - Left Unsaid by BOILER ROOM

Addison Groove - An We Drop (Scuba DJ-Kicks Exclusive) by !K7 Records

Scuba - Adrenalin by BOILER ROOM

Monday, October 17, 2011

Weird Dreams

Weird Dreams are a psych pop band from London. When I think of Psych pop I conjure up bands like Tame Impala. While Weird Dreams sound very little like Tame Impala, they do sound like absolutely fantastic indie rock. They kind of remind me of what Wavves and the Pains of Being Pure of Heart would sound like is they merged. The "ah-oh"'s of "Where'd I Go Wrong" are infinitely more beachy than 90% of Brooklyn bands. Definitely whats needed for the fall.

Diplo and Mavado

Diplo remixed Mavado's stunning Delilah. This thing is a beast of a song. Reminds me of why dancehall is so much fun to hear in the club.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Contributions for the the Four oh Five

Here are two posts that I contributed to the Four oh Five. If you don't follow them on twitter you should. They are a fantastic magazine!

Friday, October 14, 2011


Today's mix comes to us courtesy of Bristol's own Donga. Donga runs Well rounded records, home to Deadboy, Hackman, and more. The mix has a nice 2-step sound and should get the positive energy flowing. Enjoy!

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Small Black

  Small Black f. Heems, "Two Rivers" by The FADER

This is the first of two songs that Small Black did with Heems of Das Racist.  “Two Rivers” is the lead single off of Small Black’s upcoming mixtape Moon Killer, which will be available for download dropping Nov. 11.  Really interested in hearing who else Small Black may have collaborated with for this mixtape.

Monday, October 10, 2011

L-Vis 1990

L-Vis 1990-Tonight by Dafunkybeat

L-Vis 1990, co-founder of the Night Slugs camp, released his debut album, Neon Dreams, on October 3. Check out album tracks "The Beach" and "Tonight" above. Both tracks have a very sleek disco/80's electronic feel. I personally prefer "The Beach", its a little darker and I like the distorted male vocals.

Friday, October 7, 2011


I love A-Trak, the guy is such a great DJ and runs one of the best labels around. His ability to cut, scratch, and mix is unparalleled from a technical stand point. He is one of the few DJ's that absolutely compels me to go to any festival he is at. His remix of the Rapture's "How Deep is Your Love?" is unambiguously fantastic. This should get everyone in the right head space for the weekend. Have a good weekend and as always keep an eye on the Noise Verse Noise Tumblr for new mp3s all weekend!

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Campfire Headphase: Young Montana

Young Montana? is an artist out of the UK. He makes beats that combine the best aspects of LA glitch and UK purple. Chances are you have heard his stuff before, but if not here is a nice little intro. He is currently on tour with Wu Lyf in Europe. Check out the Wu Lyf remix below.

The Answer Page

The Answer Page is a DIY Shoegaze project out of Texas. The songs have that lovely expansive lonely sound. The Answer Page kind of sounds like what a baby between Explosions in the Sky and Jesu would be. If that last sentence doesn't excite you, what will? "Cold Blue Light (In Circles)" has the guitars of the slower parts of Explosions, but the singing and lyrical content remind me of later day Jesu. Although less depressing - honestly ever read the lyrics to "Conqueror", shit is day ruining depressing. "The Two Trees" reminds me of another epic Texas band - ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead. There have been a lot of references in this post - I stand by all of them. These are definitely guys to keep an eye on!