Music Monday: April Week 1

As we roll into April we bring you another session of Music Monday. This week we’ve been listening to Flying Lotus, DJ Milktray, Goldie, Jam City and Big Boi.

01. Flying Lotus – Comet Course

“I’ve always been a huge fan of Flying Lotus’ album Los Angeles, it’s without a doubt his best record. Comet Course is a demonstrates those signature Fly Lo grooves, baselines and weird atmospheric synths. Great track.” – Chris

02. Goat – Goatman

“This crazy Swedish band are putting out some seriously good music. Love the drums and bass-line on this one.” – Chris

03. Big Boi – Lines feat. A$AP Rocky

“Big Boi is a genius.” – Grizzle

04. Big Boi – Thom Pettie

“Again, Big Boi is a genius.” – Grizzle

05. DJ Milktray – Kilo Shrine

“Milktray constantly seems to be setting levels for the catchy instrumental riddims in grime at the moment. He’s a producer I can only see is going to keep climbing.” – Luke

06. Sentiment – Nought Out

“This track from the Bristol based producer is a percy. Swung bass riffs and snuffly halftime percussion sets this one out a lot. It’s also out as a free download on Tumble Audio.” – Luke

07. John Vanderslice – Pale Horse

“I haven’t listened to John Vanderslice in a long while. Came up on shuffle on my iTunes and I’d forgotten how much I enjoy the pushed, overdriven sound of his production.” – Alex

08. Jam City – Strawberries

“I’ve always been envious of Jam City’s style. It’s authenticly retro, but has a modern classical approach to composition, letting it sit in it’s own niche rather than abiding to any current trends or formulas. Big fan.” – Alex

09. Goldie & David Bowie – Truth

“I still don’t think people truly appreciate Goldie’s early music.” – Alex


Luke Pinot

Co-founder of music blog Bass Ache and an active part of Bristol's music scene, Luke manages our mixtape series as well as contributing to other areas of The Daily Street.

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