Weekly Beatnik #25
Derived from the word “beat” and coined by a San Francisco newspaper columnist, “Beatnik” draws its origins from the feeling of being raw.
It involves a sort of nakedness of the mind.
- NY Times Magazine, Oct. 2, 1952
AMBIENT: Little Jinder – Parked My Heart
Josefine Jinder is a 24-year-old Stockholm songstress who at a young age moved to the UK to receive a diploma in sound technology from the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.
Sarah Lois Vaughan was an American jazz singer, often called “The Divine One.” Jazz critic Leonard Feather adored her and Ella Fitzgerald was quoted saying that Vaughan was the world’s “greatest singing talent.”
Joe Goddard and Raf Rundell keep the good vibes going in their most recently released remix Skankin’. The 2 Bears are hot on the scene and they are gaining steam.
HOUSE: CLMD – Black Eyes & Blue
CMLD is the collaborative Norwegian two-some Carl Louis and Martin Danielle. Fall of 2011 marked a new era for them, as they follow their dreams travel the world playing music.
At 25 years-old, Andre Allen Anjos, has years experience of remixing, producing and song-writing. Originally from Portugal, now in Portland, he is the founder the Remix Artist Collective (RAC).
Robotic Pirate Monkey is an electronic trio composed of Matt Berryhill, Matt Flesher, and Andrew Hathaway. Their style has been described as a mix of dubstep, BANGER, upbeat funk, and sampling.
DUBSTEP: Haywyre – Trigger
Haywyre is a machine when it comes to releasing tracks. Not letting us get bored with a track; at the tender age of 19 he’s already released 4 full length albums. The latest being ‘The Voyage‘ out in January.
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