Rotary Affair presents “Sketches” : SLM001 : on Sofa Lab Music
At Home with Little Dragon
from Yours Truly
Disclosure: “Fool For You” ft. Mary J. Blige
LA Beat Scene : The Not A Beat, Not A Scene mini-doc includes contributions from an assortment of better (and lesser) known artists operating at the heart of L.A.’s beat scene.
WORLDWIDE AWARDS 2014 // TRACK OF THE YEAR
Brazillian Piano Standard : Tenorio Jr plays Nebulosa
Hiatus Kaiyote : Live “Breathing Underwater” Live on KCRW
Strata Records Guided Tour - Scion iQ Project Museum
The Lottery by the Stepkids on Stones Throw, LA
BROWNSWOOD BUBBLERS TEN // FORTHCOMING 19TH AUGUST
Thundercat - Heartbreaks + Setbacks
NOTOWN / Ghostly
April 16, 2013
São Paulo is one of the world’s largest cities— a throbbing, chaotic hub of finance, politics, and culture. The influence of a period spent in the South American megalopolis is shot through “Brazil,” the first single from British producer Gold Panda's forthcoming Half of Where You Live (out June 11 through Ghostly International and his own NOTOWN imprint). There’s a humidity in the synth wave that slowly blooms over its first minute like steam rising off a kettle, and in the beat that ripples and pops through its second half. With a handful of distinct elements colliding and playing off each other, “Brazil” mirrors life in a city of millions, each day teeming with unexpected interaction and connection.