Clams Casino - The Instrumental Mixtape 2 (B-Sides)
Beats extraordinaire Clams Casino takes to Twitter and releases the b-sides to his highly sought after instrumental series. You know you’re on to a good thing when a collection of b-sides could easily justify a mixtape in their own right! Quality beat music, as expected. Grab all seven tracks here.
01. Always Have a Choice [Havoc]
02. Cold Feet [Mac Miller]
03. Live From Da Hood [Lil B]
04. Never Understand [Squadda B]
05. 1 Time Remix [Lil B]
06. Coldness [Sha Stimuli]
07. 23 Dollars [Sha Stimuli]
“The Evolution Of Clams Casino” (Exclusive Mix for Benji B)
Clams Casino offers up 25 minutes of beat orientated wizardry for Benji B’s Radio 1 show. Including ‘some very rare material’, it’s well worth a listen.
Hit the link for the mix.
Lapti & Jonwayne - Leaving Home
One of those tunes to wear out the replay button. A beat to provide the perfect accompaniment either first thing in the morning, or last thing at night, topped off neatly with that Doom-esque flow from Jonwayne to complete the package.
Out to beat guru Ten Bears for this one, certified vibe provider!
Ras G - Juju
On a dreamy tip. Out to those who should still be asleep.
To commemorate the legendary beat maker J Dilla, Bling 47 has brought together a number of Detroit DJs to discuss the samples used in some of his most memorable work. Very insightful. Hit the link for all the discussions.
Pursuit Grooves - Let’s Do It Winter
Spoken word, simple beat shit.
Jaylib - The Official
As we breach a new day, this one goes out to the (very) early morning beat crew.
Clams Casino - Illest Alive
Beats to keep you going long into the night.
We’ve just discovered the musical offerings of a man that goes by the name of Kutmah. He plays one of the best DJ sets we’ve heard and seen, and makes some pretty exotic beats. Click the man’s face for his Soundcloud.
The guys at Stones Throw have re-released an in-depth article about the late, great J Dilla. It features audio, and interviews with the likes of Common, Erykah Badu and Talib Kweli.
An insight into the minds of one of our favourite beat makers - well worth a read.
Click the image for the article in its entirety.
Onra - Ms. Ho
We’re unsure whether he’s made a bad beat.