Following up their first EP of original music, DJ Eleven and DJ Ayres of The Rub release The Rub Remixed, including work from So Shifty, XXXChange, Marco Polo, and Trackademicks. Chill out, shake it up, nod your head, and get into it all below.
The Bay Area king of electronic slaps himself, Trackademicks, is in the building and has got something a little different for us this time. The producer is known for production that’s summery, breezy, and always danceable.
On Cherry 2000, the vibe is still electronic, still that incomparable melange of hip hop and synthy 80′s vibes – but this time our pal has slowed it down. What results is some serious sexy time music that you’ve been warned you should only play with the highest of intentions. Ahem.
Trackademicks – Cherry 2000 [Download]
At the beginning of this year, quiet bay area production beast Trackademicks finally dropped his debut album, State of the Arts. Earlier this month, he shared the latest video from his “Liner Notes” series profiling State Of The Arts guest vocalist, Teedra Moses, who featured on “Face The Music.” Hear stories about how Track and Teedra met and how they continue to inspire each other as not only colleagues, but also as longtime friends.
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Honor Roll freshman 1-O.A.K. shares the first single from his upcoming debut album, The Champagne Room. Produced by Trackademicks, the synthy R&B jam talks about “re-living” and “re-loving.” The Honor Roll Crew are champs at fusing throwback sounds with new school flair – you’re probably not hearing anything quite like this anywhere else. Stream and download for free below!
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