From the ‘Beating Heart – Malawi’ album, available at http://lnk.to/oYQz0So
Each 1500 albums sold will feed a school of 500 children forever.
When Hugh Tracey (1903-1977) made 35,000 field recordings across Sub-Saharan Africa between the 1920s & 1970s, his intention was to reveal the beauty and complexity of the music to a world that saw little value in it. Building on Tracey’s vision, the income generated will be used to assist people in the areas where the music was originally recorded.
Psyched to be on this infamous mix series alongside friends, peers, and legends.
FarbicLondon.com – Ryan Elliot has mixed fabric88
I’m bringing back my first moniker for some EPs this year starting with this 3-tracker for Play It Say It. This record utilizes my favorite little monster of a synth, the MC-202.
In a time where thousands of new tracks come out every day, it is refreshing to see someone approach electronic music from the perspective of a true orchestrator and composer; not many other collaborators send us a manuscript to accompany the remix parts. Props to Kate and her orchestra for their amazing work on the new album. Here’s a remix Seth and I did for the 12″.
30 Tracks released in 2015 that were recorded and/or mixed by Moffa in the Butcha Sound Labs.
Soundview is a group consisting of The Martinez Brothers, Jesse Calosso and myself. Our first record is “The Method”, which is about our jam-session recording process, and is out now on Tuskegee. This record is dedicated to the memory of our friend, the legendary promoter Rob Fernandez, whose immeasurable influence in our city will be felt for years to come. He is the catalyst for this project coming together, introducing us at a gig almost 10 years ago. RIP to the King of NY.
Buy at Juno Records
Premiere on Vice i-D
Out August 1st on Sublevel Sounds is the latest collab EP from me and co-commander DJ Spider, Psychic Surgeons.
Read about it on Juno Plus and XLR8R.
Resident Advisor Review
August 8th, 2015 I’ll be bringing my machines to Fabric London for this Acid madnesssssssssssss.
It is with great excitement that I announce this event. Elektron’s machines have inspired me greatly and are some of the most powerful musical tools on the planet, possibly beyond. Plus the lineup is killer. Join us July 23rd in Brooklyn for a Night Of Machines.