“Hiphop” (Used 31 times)
chgrasse on 12/14/2013 at 08:14PM
It's been quite some time since we curated one of our Best Of Breitband Compilations. Finally, here it is: Vol. 6 is ready to go on your player, smartphone, computer or wherever you may listen to music! Best Of Breitband Vol. 6 is a compilation of songs that have been featured on our radio show and podcast "Breitband", a weekly show on new media and digital culture, airing every Saturday at 2pm on German Public Radio Deutschlandradio Kultur. Every week, we play six tracks of music that can only be found on the web, most of it comes with a Creative Commons licence, allowing everyone to share the songs. We hope you will enjoy the 24 songs that are somewhere between Indie, Pop, Electronic, Folk and Hip-Hop.
tanomontini on 07/26/2012 at 09:16PM
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chrisandrews on 11/07/2011 at 12:38AM
The controversial rappess Dyke B has kicked out Amy Le Fleur for the 11/11 gig at Colchester Arts Centre UK as la merde a frappé le ventilateur in the Hedge Studios last week. With new Dyke B mixes of Hot Tea her own Dykedub tracks on the FMA Modluv album Kristoff Lefevre and Pierre Durant are shifting gear for the start of the Sans Blanc Colchester tour.
S27 on 08/08/2010 at 10:02PM
Presenting the first Section 27 release from Jimmy Penguin, one of the people behind Galway’s ‘Community Skratch Games’ , a member of the infamous scratch ensemble ‘Vince Mack Mahon’ and also a Dj / Producer in his own right, comprising two seperate EP's - "It's Not Dubstep" and "What A Mess" - into one unified body, the affectionately named "The S27 Double Bluff" brings a high standard of emotive electro hip-hop arrangements fused with piano and strings to give a slick sound and another shining entry to his alarmingly prolific catalogue of music.
AVAILABLE AS A FREE DOWNLOAD IN BOTH MP3 AND FLAC FORMAT. To download as MP3 click HERE
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LCL on 06/02/2010 at 03:55AM
LCL netlabel just released the second volume of hte "Recto Versus" serie, where an artist from the label remixes and is remixed by other musicians, coming from LCL or invited.
After Volfoniq on volume 1, the second opus of the "Recto Versus" serie puts an artist from the label at the center of a vast collaborative work that lasted for one year and spreads over several countries.
The aim of the project is to push further the use of creative commons licences and promote them widely, while exploring all the aspects of a musician style with his own eyes and foreign ones.
Arrogalla involved several artists from Sardegna (his birthplace) that produce folk related electronic music just like him, as well as european, american and asian producers from various musical styles.
Thru 20 tricky tracks, together, they expose their vision of a generous and universal musical language, using numerous sonic vocables : dub, ska, lofi, dubstep, minimal, electronica, chiptune, funk, deviant hiphop, grime ...
Explore this compilation on FMA, and learn more on the release page on LCL netlabel website.