Glenny #417 – Find out what you have been missing

Disco’s revenge

A very soulful release. Old school breaks, disco loops, house particles, soul fragments mashed together in lo-fi style by Glenn#417 aka Lukas Nystrand. Nice. Download / links below…

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How You Feel
Call My Name, No Matter How Far
Dreams Come True
Biskopsgården Night Life
Ensam Igen, Glenny
That Castlevania Shit
Who is He?
Welcome to the Disco
All I See
That Girl is in Love
Eyes, Look Your Last
You Know I Do and Forever Will
We Had to Come Back
Hopeful Peoples Beat
Everytime I See You
Thank You, My Love
An Untitled Intermissionlike Track
I Used to let You Run Wild
Oh How I Love Him
How Long Has it Been?
The Saxophone Man
We’ll Be Together / Anywhere
Find Out What You Are Missing
Bonus Track

Swede:art & A-rec & Fuer.steps – ABC Alphabeat

Solid wonky head-nodding beats

thrown together and mangled again and again. Sounds sometimes a lot like Dabrye.

Free downloadable as 192 kbps mp3’s, a more quality version can be purchased. Released on Error Broadcast.


Master’s Voice – Footprints Vol 13

Jazz classics

The 13th Footprints episode features a mix of classic jazz songs.

When it comes to the sound, despite the fact that Master’s Voice has compiled various pieces performed by an orchestra or bigger bands as well as by small jazz combos, the concept seems to oscillate around big band style, enclosing the past 30 years of jazz music into a merely 30-minute set.

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1. Milt Jackson Orchestra – Namesake (Fontana, ?)
2. John Coltrane – Countdown (Atlantic, 1976)
3. Wes Montgomery – Scarborough Fair (Mfp, ?)
4. Young Holt Unlimited – How Insensitive (Kent, 1986)
5. George Shearing and the Montgomery Brothers – Love For Sale (Fontana, ?)
6. Terry Gibbs Dream Band – Day In, Day Out (Contemporary Records, 1990)
7. Charlie Scott – The Lady is a Tramp (Avenue, 1971)
8. The Dave Brubeck Quartet – Georgia On My Mind (Fontana, 1959)
9. Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington – Azalea (Allegro Records, 1966)
10. Johnny Griffin and Eddie “Lockjaw” Davis – Tickle Toe (Fontana, ?)
11. Bob Layzell Band – Basie’s Jump (Avenue, 1971)

Crookram – Through Windows

Downtempo mashup

Two years since his latest release on the Budabeats netlabel, Crookram is finally coming out with a new album. If you’re familiar with his previous work this album might be somewhat of a surprise. It has been a couple of years in the making, during which time musical genres like soul, funk, hiphop and library music have been combined with modern downtempo beats and movie samples to create a funky yet dusty seventies vibe. You can expect scratchy records, mysterious movie samples and a great talent for production, elements which have been praised already by many people involved in the downtempo scene.

Crookram on MySpace and on GNs.