GPWW 2/9/11 Worldwide Family Mixtape: Brandt Brauer Frick, Germany

In this Gilles Peterson episode, we get a Worldwide Family Mixtape from Brandt Brauer Frick of Berlin, Germany. But first Gilles pays his respects to J Dilla with Pharoah Sanders‘ “Upper Egypt & Lower Egypt,” Yun Gun, Al Quetz, and new music from J Rocc. After the mix from German trio Brandt Brauer Frick, Gilles shows himself as an Adele fan, playing his favorite track from her new album, “Lovesong.”

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Odd Future Video: Live on Jimmy Fallon with The Roots

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Check out the “controversial” and “insane” Odd Future (aka OFWGKTA) rap collective performing their hit “Sandwiches” on Jimmy Fallon last night. Not your typical late night variety show musical number.

Bruno Mars & Janelle Monáe Announce North American Tour, “Hooligans in Wondaland” + Dates with Plan B

Bruno Mars and Janelle Monáe have announced a co-headlining tour with their respective Hooligans and Androids, called “Hooligans in Wondaland.” Ticket bundle presales (including a Janelle package with meet-and-greet and exclusive release) begin on Thursday 2/17 and public on-sale starts Saturday 2/26.

Check out the full tour schedule, including dates with Plan B and Mayer Hawthorne, after the jump.

Tour Dates

Distant Relatives Video: “Patience”

Since Nas & Damien Marley got together for Distant Relatives, they’ve finished with their events and appearances, took a trip to Jamaica, and released singles from their self-titled album, starting with the amazing “As We Enter.”  “Patience” comes with a Sun Ra vibey video, which fits nicely in the global scheme of Distant Relatives and their ideas.

Gil Scott-Heron and Jamie XX: Stream We’re New Here

Jamie XX (producer for The XX) has released several remixes from Gil Scott-Heron‘s 2010 album I’m New Here. Songs like “New York is Killing Me” and “I’ll Take Care of You” got a whole new vibe from Jamie’s remixes, introducing a new generation to the legendary Gil Scott-Heron. Now Jamie XX is putting out a full album of these remixes, aptly titled We’re New Here.

The new album, We’re New Here, will be available on February 21st via Young Turks.