Kankick – Serious Business This!

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Kankick has been chopping drums with fellow Oxnard legend Madlib since Junior High, and was an original member of the Lootpack. Raised by a single mother, Kankick immersed himself in music from childhood. Pillaging his Mom’s records he developed his ear, with music ranging from Bruce Springsteen to RUN DMC. Fiercely independent, Kankick broke off from the Lootpack to form his own ‘Funk Farm’ crew, whose members included DJ Babu and God’s Gift. Honing his own unique sound over the years, Kankick’s production is still light years ahead of today’s contrived and static Hip Hop scene.

Tracklist

01. S.O.S.
02. O.X. Bully
03. Africa: World’s #1 Super Power (’03)
04. Blood In I Eye
05. Black Agony (’99)
06. Yes, Yes (Suite 3)
07. O.X. Trinity (’02)
08. Budweiser ‘N’ Stress
09. You Better Know It (’96)
10. True Adore
11. Voltage Of Dust (’02)
12. Alien Herb (’03)
13. Serious Biz w/Blame
14. Break Of Dawn
15. Samba Prints (’01) -Mysterys Babies
16. Anti-Yall (4080)

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Geteye & Oteest – Mirrors

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Good remix tape by 2 french beatmakers Geteye and Oteest, enjoy!

Tracklist

01. Intro (Oteest)
02. Dabrye feat. MF Doom – Air (Geteye)
03. Bilal – Robots (Oteest)
04. Olivier Daysoul – Labor (Geteye)
05. MED feat. Aloe Blacc – Where I’m From (Oteest)
06. Interlude (Geteye)
07. J-88 – The Look Of Love (Geteye)
08. Kev Brown feat. Kenn Starr – Say Something (Oteest)
09. Muneshine feat. Sean Price & Termanology – What Now (Geteye)
10. AZ feat. Reakwon & Ghostface Killah – New You (Ootest)
11. Style P feat. Method Man & Redman – I Get High (Geteye)
12. Saukrates – Father In Time (Oteest)
13. Interlude 2 (Geteye)
14. MED feat. Talib Kweli – Classic (Otest)
14. Common – The 6th Sense (Geteye)
16. Hezekiah – Raining (Oteest)
17. Outro (Oteest)

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Dexter – Hi-Hat Club Vol. 3 The Jazz Files

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Volume 3 of the MPM producer series. Dexter follows Hulk Hodn & Twit One (Testiculo Y Uno) and Suff Daddy to represent the 2010 Beat Generation.

The subject is jazz! Dexter is taking an new look at the long going love affair between hip-hop and jazz. From Stetsasonic to Gang Starr to Madlib, it is not an easy path to follow, but the 26 year old producer is adding a new and fresh style to it. The sound design of Dexter’s “Jazz Files” is dusty but with an unmistakable 2010 twist. As much inspired by Wes Montgomery and Ramsey Lewis as by Sun Ra and Dave Pike, Dexter’s tracks are never just “jazzy”. They live and breathe jazz by combining the freedom and artisty of jazz with the craft of a free-thinking beatsmith.
And the “Jazz Files” are fun too. By implanting quotes an samples from interviews and tv shows such as the classic NBC program “The Subject Is Jazz”, Dexter is telling his own little story of jazz. One that had it’s starting point in the massive record collection of his father and grew into shape during a long hot summer blasting nothing but Ahmad Jamal and Sun Ra.

For more info and buy check: www.mpmsite.com

Tracklist

01. The Future
02. Piano
03. One For Yusef
04. Heavy Horns
05. Spaceways
06. Astro Thoughts
07. Pratice
08. Sonny Ray
09. Deep In The Juju
10. Stardust
11. Tune After Tune
12. WR Anybody
13. Montgomery
14. Raw Jazz
15. Sounds Great Les
16. Swing Is A Must
17. P.O. Box 450, NY 19, NY

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DJ Ezasscul – Jazz Meditation 3: The Final Installment

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The finale to DJ Ezasscul’s Jazz Meditation Series, “Jazz Meditation 3 : The Final Installment“, displays DJ Ezasscul in rare form. The jazzy Brooklyn, NY producer is accompanied by a beautiful artwork painting design by Linn Karin Børsheim of Norway, to properlyshowcase and dress this classic album of jazz nostalgia.

For more info and buy check: www.digicrates.com

Tracklist

01. Hi (Yenny Love) (feat Ghostra Nostra)
02. One Take
03. Static (RIP Dwayne McDuffie)
04. Phantasm (feat 2mo’key – cuts by DJ Yasu)
05. As Time Goes By (feat Ghostra Nostra)
06. EZ Does It (feat Sonin – cuts by Abstrakt Idea)
07. Depart At 5:45
08. The Meditation (Relax)
09. Montara
10. EZ Does It (instrumental)
11. As Time Goes By (instrumental)
12. Hi (Yenny Love) (instrumental)
13. Lightly Heavy (cuts by DJ 2najz)
14. Live Life & Love
15. Take It EZ (feat Supreme Sol – Cuts by Abstrakt Idea)
16. Acrylics (bonus track)
17. Eternal Peace (Nujabes Tribute – feat DJ Sorama – part 2)
18. Take It EZ (instrumental)

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Thundercat – The Golden Age Of Apocalypse

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If indeed “you blows who you is,” as Louis Armstrong once famously said, then Stephen Bruner’s bass is a mainline to the soul of a man whose DNA was transcribed from the stars onto staff paper. His Flying Lotus-produced debut, The Golden Age of Apocalypse, offers both stone-cold skill and uncanny astrality, picking up where the pair left off on 2010′s Cosmogramma and further distilling the jazz current running through that landmark Lotus release. A longtime contributor to others’ albums, Bruner, aka Thundercat, is accompanied by an impressive cast ranging from Erykah Badu to members of Sa-Ra and J*DaVeY, to pianist Austin Peralta and his own Grammy-winning brother, drummer Ronald Bruner, Jr. Still, the end result is unmistakably a Thundercat record — a lush and magical document combining classic jazz fusion, futurist electronic strains and timeless musical seeking.

For more info and buy check: www.brainfeedersite.com

Tracklist

01. Hoooooooo
02. Daylight
03. Fleer Ultra
04. Is It Love?
05. For Love I Come
06. It Really Doesn’t Matter To You
07. Jamboree
08. Boat Cruise
09. Seasons
10. Goldenboy
11. Walkin’
12. Mystery Machine (The Golden Age Of Apocalypse)
13. Return To The Journey

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La Fine Equipe – La Boulangerie 2

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From French Beatmakers La Fine Equipe (oOgo, Chomsk’, Blanka & Mr.Gib) comes the new album La Boulangerie 2, A total of 20 bakers have molded the music of the past fifty years and put together 33 more succulent sweets to each other.

For more info and buy check: www.nowadaysrecords.com

Tracklist

01. Boulangerie Anthem (feat. oOgo & Blanka)
02. Tourment D’Amour (feat. Saneyes)
03. Okin (feat. oOgo)
04. Tarte Au Sucre (feat. Mr.Hone)
05. Cree’s Brownees (feat. Creestal)
06. Pain a L’Oseille (feat. Blanka)
07. Papanasi (feat. Mr.Gib)
08. Eclair Pistache (feat. Dal Gren)
09. Fougasse (feat. Mr.Hone)
10. Bible Meringuée (feat. Saneyes)
11. Cupcakce (feat. Hoosky)
12. Dog Cookies (feat. Hoosky)
13. Flao (feat. Guts)
14. Bear Claw (feat. Madwreck)
15. Pièce Montée (geat. GetEye)
16. Friandises (feat. Chomsk’)
17. Nuge a L’Orange (feat. Buddy Sativa & Blanka)
18. Bollo (feat. Blanka)
19. Chocolate Cake (feat. Mister Modo & Ugly Mac Beer)
20. Beijinho (feat. Chomsk’)
21. Cheese Cake (feat. Chomsk’)
22. Fraisier (feat. Blanka)
23. Muffin (feat. Chomsk’)
24. Tarte Tatin (feat. Dr)
25. Love Cake (feat. Santo)
26. Financier (feat. Powell)
27. Brioche Vendeenne (feat. Mr.Hone)
28. Canistelli (feat. oOgo)
29. Negrinho (feat. Creestal)
30. Brigadeiro (feat. Nicky Lars)
31. Mont Blanc (feat. Santo)
32. Canolli (feat. Chief)
33. Beurré Nantais (feat. Moar)

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Häzel – The Lost Tapes

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The Lost Tapes is a 16 track selection from Häzel’s deep catalog. Previously unreleased, 128kbps quality so buy hq >here<. For more info check: www.hazeldizzy.com

Tracklist

01. Lightmares
02. Lunchpack Mcquack
03. Share feat. Drake and SLAKAH
04. 3am
05. My Show
06. Ninety Eight
07. Piano Boy
08. This Is Dope feat. Ebrahim
09. The Walk
10. Eyes In
11. The Mint
12. Situation
13. Between Us feat. Drake and Slakah
14. The Run
15. Bonne Nuit
16. Can’t Get You

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Jneiro Jarel – It Lives On (Part Two)

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I recorded this track during the time I was recording for my Shape of Broad MInds’ album “Craft Of The Lost Art” I was going to release it as a single with Jawwaad’s verse added to it but I moved on to other tracks without looking back. I did this shortly after Dilla died and I visited his grave a week after his funeral with a mutual friend of Dilla’s. It brought tears to my eyes when I saw there was no tombstone there at the time. I felt like I lost a musical brother! So I dedicated this to all the great musicians that are gone now. The music lives on! Here it is now for the 1st time seeing the light of day. Please support by donating. Lots of love. This is for the true fans of this!

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J Rawls – The Hip-Hop Affect Instrumentals

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Rawls helped launch the independent Hip-Hop explosion of the late 90s by producing “Brown Skin Lady” and “Yo Yeah” from Mos Def and Talib Kweli’s seminal debut album as Black Star. He went on to anchor Lone Catalysts, one of the most acclaimed early independent rap groups, and release a successful solo album through Groove Attack in 2001. Now, more than a decade after his last solo Hip-Hop album, J Rawls is proud to present The Hip-Hop Affect. Rawls delved into neo-soul and jazz with The Essence Of Soul and The Liquid Crystal Project, but now he’s ready to make a full return to Hip-Hop. “We birthed it, created it, and reared it,” he explains. “We may not like every change, but we stick with Hip-Hop because we love it.”

For more info and buy check:  jrawls82.wordpress.comundergroundhiphop.com

Tracklist

01. Hha Intro
02. Best Producer On The Mic
03. Face It
04. Jewel
05. Salute
06. Just Rhymin’ With Fest
07. That Very First Day
08. Heeey
09. Who Am I
10. Sandsy
11. Ya Freinds In The Way
12. Are You Listening?
13. Why You Do
14. Find A New
15. We’re On Top

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Zo! – …Just Visiting Three

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+FE Music proudly presents the new EP of covers from Zo!, “…just visiting three.” Produced by Zo! and Phonte for Chapter 3hree Verse 5ive Music/The Foreign Exchange Music, LLC

For more info check: www.theforeignexchangemusic.com

Tracklist

01. Black Cow feat. Phonte and Sy Smith
02. Let It Go feat. Nicholas Ryan Gant
03. Driving feat. Sy Smith
04. Marzipan feat. Eric Roberson and Phonte
05. Everything She Wants feat. Phonte
06. Same Ole Love feat. Jeanne Jolly
07. Playing Your Game, Baby feat. Anthony David

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Mndsgn – NoMaps

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New stuff from Mndsng, enjoy! 128kbps quality so buy HQ here > www.mndsgn.bandcamp.com

Tracklist

01. Lahtro
02. Respawn
03. Question
04. Photobooth
05. Save
06. Troptikal (SS)
07. Strumble
08. Mt.Hoodie
09. Sustas
10. MawninFace
11. PorcelainPeople
12. HerNumerxledge
13. Riff
14. TeaTreez
15. Cinnabreas

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John Coltrane with The Red Garland Trio – Traneing In

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With this session, recorded in the summer of 1957, John Coltrane came out from behind the harmonic safety net of a three-horn frontline to focus on his own imposing gifts as an improviser. As the only horn on Traneing In, the young tenor giant revels in the spotlight, demonstrating some of the hard-won lessons from his long apprenticeship with Thelonious Monk’s group that very summer at New York’s Five Spot club.

Red Garland basks in the cruise-control cool of the Art Taylor/Paul Chambers rhythm team on the title tune, and his jaunty opening chords serve to italicize this blues’ deep, deep groove. When Coltrane enters, the rhythm section ups the ante, from Basie-esque tippling to a driving testimonial. Coltrane’s dense harmonic variations unwind in nervous, compulsive layers of sound. Yet for all his complexity, a fervent preacher’s cry remains at the heart of his every utterance. After a stunning Chambers solo, Garland returns with intricate Bud Powell-like variations and stately, driving block chords which incite Coltrane to further melodic delirium.

Typical of his other Prestige dates, Coltrane carefully contrasts edgy moments of tension with interludes of gentle restraint. Chambers’ sultry opening chords to “Slow Dance” give this ballad an oddly spectral cast, until Trane doubles up on the changes. “Bass Blues” finds the limber Chambers doubling the melody with Coltrane, as Garland and Taylor intersperse witty little asides, while “You Leave Me Breathless” is Coltrane at his most romantic, soaring on angel wings into an expressive upper register. Finally, Coltrane and Chambers roar ahead like…well, like a runaway train, on “Soft Lights And Sweet Music,” as Taylor and Garland hold on for dear life.

Personnel: John Coltrane (tenor saxophone); Red Garland (piano); Paul Chambers (bass guitar); Art Taylor (drums).

Tracklist

01. Traneing In
02. Slow Dance
03. Bass Blues
04. You Leave Me Breathless
05. Soft Lights And Sweet Music

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Eric Dolphy – Far Cry

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The complete original album Far Cry (Prestige/New Jazz 8270), featuring Eric Dolphy in a quintet format with another star who passed away before his time, trumpeter Booker Little. Among the many highlights are an outstanding version of the Billie Holiday-Mal Waldron ballad “Left Alone” and Dolphy’s unaccompanied alto sax reading of “Tenderly”. As a bonus, two tunes originally issued under the name the Jazz Artists Guild, both of which were recorded on the same date on November 1, 1960, and each featuring one of the stars of Far Cry: Dolphy on “T’Ain’t Nobody’s Business if I Do”, and Little on “Cliff Walk”.

Personnel: Eric Dolphy (alto saxophone, flute, bass clarinet); Booker Little (trumpet); Jaki Byard (piano); Ron Carter (bass); Roy Haynes (drums).

Tracklist

01. Mrs. Parker Of K.C. (Bird’s Mother)
02. Ode To Charlie Parker
03. Far Cry
04. Miss Ann
05. Left Alone
06. Tenderly
07. It’s Magic
08. Serene

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Dexter Gordon – Gettin’ Around

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After two Blue Note LPs recorded in Europe (his adopted home since 1962), Gordon finally made it back to the States to record this mid-Sixties release. Curiously, the two previously unreleased tunes seem slightly out of place with the rest of the record, and feel more akin to the kind of work Gordon’s labelmates were releasing at the time. “Flick of a Trick” is a sultry, walking eight-bar blues, while “Very Saxily Yours,” distinguishes itself from the standards here by virtue of its riffing melody and use of hits during the head.

Having said that, part of the appeal of Gordon’s approach is the way this album is built from standards. There’s a sense of getting down to basics, from the passion and depths that can come out in a ballad to the sheer joy of swinging hard on the uptempo tunes. “Le Coiffeur” now sounds a little dated (like the theme from a lost Sixties sitcom), but there’s something charming about that, as there is about the loping exuberance of “Shiny Stockings” and the presence of “Manha de Carnaval,” a recent movie theme at the time.

Personnel: Dexter Gordon (tenor saxophone); Dexter Gordon; Bob Cranshaw (upright bass); Barry Harris (piano); Bobby Hutcherson (vibraphone); Billy Higgins (drums).

Tracklist

01. Manha De Carnaval
02. Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)
03. Heartaches
04. Shiny Stockings
05. Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool
06. Le Coiffeur
07. Very Saxily Yours
08. Flick Of A Trick

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Freddie Hubbard – Minor Mishap

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This 1961 session-first released on Fontana in the late ’60s, now reissued on Black Lion-offers a look at a young Hubbard before his reputation with Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers took hold and he became known as the future of jazz trumpeting. Listening to Hubbard take control from trombonist Willie Wilson in the third cut, “Blues For Alvina,” and bend the ensemble’s mood and pacing around a masterfully built improvisation shows that the future bandleader and innovator had already made the scene.

Pianist Dick Pearson’s trio comprises the steady, always-swining rhythm section heard here. Tracks six and seven, two versions of Pearson’s “Number Five,” present an interesting opportunity to hear the variations that occur among great players from take to take. Hubbard’s efforts in the second are edgier, driving the sextet toward a hotter sound more alive with nuance. Both Hubbard and baritone saxophonist Pepper Adams work Donald Byrd’s “Lex,” and the differences are subtle but significant. This is the early work of a great young trumpet player about to explode.

Personnel: Freddie Hubbard (trumpet, horns); Pepper Adams (baritone saxophone); W. Wilson, Willie Wilson (trombone); Duke Pearson (piano); Lex Humphries (drums).

Tracklist

01. Minor Mishap (Take 3)
02. Minor Mishap (Take 4)
03. Blues For Alvina (Take 3)
04. Blues For Alvina (Take 5)
05. The Nearness Of You (Take 3)
06. Number Five (Take 3)
07. Number Five (Take 5)
08. Lex (Take 2)
09. Lex (Take 4)
10. Time After Time (Take 2)
11. Apothegm (Take 6)
12. Apothegm (Take 14)

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Toro Y Moi – “Freak Love (Freddie Joachim Remix)”

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I love “Freak Love” by Toro Y Moi, Freddie Joachim (which i love too) did a really good remix, enjoy!

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Padmo – Change The Channel

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30+ Beats guide you through different channels, each channel representing a different vibe.

The album was used for promotion in the Diamant Shop in Antwerp, Belgium.
The Diamant Shop was a temporary shop with clothes and accessoires, at the 85 Gallery in Antwerp (BE).

padmo’ is one half of the instrumental hip hop group 40 Winks, more info on 40winksmusic.com

Tracklist

01. Adjust Your Signal (Intro)
02. Zap I (Post-Intro)
03. Viewer Warning (Post-Post-Intro)
04. Zap II (Interlude)
05. Amazon Stroll
06. Savanna Picnic
07. Bird Watch
08. Greenhouse Effect
09. News Flash
10. First Contact Televised
11. Zap III (Interlude)
12. Cat Walk Strut
13. Glitter & Glamour
14. Introducing The Bachelerettes
15. The Flirt Game
16. Mènage à Trois
17. Dramarama
18. Blaxploited
19. God’s Day Off
20. Journey To Self
21. Zap IV (Interlude)
22. Welcome To The Paranormal
23. The Haunted
24. Ghost Spell
25. Zap V (Interlude)
26. Kiss-n-tell
27. Jammy Aerobic / Pimp Training
28. Adult Phone Entertainment
29. Switching Off (Couch Potato Meditation)

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The Foreign Exchange – Dear Friends An Evening With The Foreign Exchange

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This past February at SoundPure Studios in Durham, NC, The Foreign Exchange gave a private acoustic show for 40 randomly-selected friends and supporters. The evening, captured on both audio and video, is the basis of their latest release, “Dear Friends: An Evening With The Foreign Exchange.”

For more info and buy check: www.theforeignexchangemusic.com

Tracklist

01. Introduciont/Fight For Love
02. All Roads
03. Take Off The Blues
04. Lose Your Way/Band Introducions
05. House Of Cards
06. Greatest Weapon Of All Time
07. Something In The Way She Moves
08. Laughing At Your Plans
09. Daykeeper
10. I Wanna Know
11. Steal Away feat. Jeanne Jolly
12. All The Kisses feat. Amber & Paris Strother of KING

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Al Castellana – Hold On Mama

Few months ago i said “We have also great music in Italy and that’s the proof” well…. same thing now, if you missed the first single that i posted in January (HERE) i remember you that Al Castellana is the greatest soul singer in Italy (and i think he can compete abroad).
Now it’s time for the second single from his new album “Funk me to the moon” currently scheduled for this September, great video and great song which you can buy here on iTunes what else to say? enjoy!

40 Winks Albums!

40 Winks is an instrumental hip hop group made up of two producers – padmo’ and weedy – from Antwerp, Belgium.

40 Winks hit the scene in 2002, with a whole slew of laidback beats. Eager to share their sound with the world, they released a couple of albums independently. The attention they got from this, allowed them to build with people from around the world.
One of these independently released albums, More Than Loops, got reissued in Japan on Swamp Records, after that the ball kept rolling. On their first worldwide release, Extended Pleasure on Escapism Records (2005), they reached listeners well beyond the (instrumental) hip hop community with the song “melancholia”. After appearances on compilations, like Weapons of Hope on Little-D (2006), they got a chance to do their thing on the renowned label, Merck Records with Sound Puzzle (2007). All this led them back to Europe, where the German based Project: Mooncircle welcomed them with a spot on the compilation Heart on the right spot (2007) and a full album The Lucid Effect (2008). In 2009 they took some time off, doing solo stuff and remixes. In 2011 40 Winks is back with a double LP called It’s The Trip (2011) on Project: Mooncircle.

For more info and buy check: www.40winksmusic.com

2002 – April To July
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Tracklist

01. Trashcan Pt.1 (Skit)
02. Interludes
03. Trashcan Pt.2 (Skit)
04. On The Set
05. Trashcan Pt.3 (Skit)
06. Drums and Samples
07. Trashcan Pt.4 (Skit)
08. Instrumental Fruit
09. Krewcial – Devoted (Remix, Late Night Version)

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2002 – Hit the Hay
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Tracklist

01. What We Want – Intro
02. Fresh Out The Box – Interlude
03. Society Pressure
04. Low Budget Style
05. High On Moondust – Interlude
06. From Dusty Vinyl Till Dawn
07. Bassjunkie feat. Leander
08. JustGelakAsDaGast feat. Nag
09. Sleepytown
10. Shout – Interlude
11. Sampling Vs Live Instruments – Skit
12. Mary Sings
13. Wassupwithfortywinks?!
14. Insomniac’s Hideout – Intro
15. That Ain’t Hip Hop
16. Cloudy Performance
17. Niks Te Doen feat. Twan
18. Traveller – Interlude
19. Take Your Time
20. At The Nightshop – Interlude
21. Flashback
22. Cry For No Reason
23. Primal Drums – Interlude
24. Harm Reduction
25. Musical Breeze
26. Hit The Hay – Outro

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2005 – More Than Loops
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Tracklist

01. Intro
02. Are You Comfortable?
03. Come Back To Bed
04. City Dweller
05. Flirtations
06. Do Me a Flavour (Prelude)
07. Do Me a Flavour
08. How To Make It In Showbiz (Interlude)
09. Glamour and Glitz
10. Thinking About Nothing (Interlude)
11. Wanna Try Something New?
12. Deep Relaxation Break
13. Night In Antwerp
14. Elevation Through Music (Interlude)
15. Destination, My Imagination
16. Snatching Pieces Of Time
17. The Way You Love Me
18. Escapism (Prelude)
19. Escapism
20. Vibed Out Feeling
21. Sound Illusion (Outro)

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2005 – Extended Pleasure
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Tracklist

01. Intro
02. Producers Beware
03. The Nightowl’s Theme
04. City Dweller Pt.2
05. Melancholia
06. Wishing Upon a Beat
07. Melancholia – Outro

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40 Winks & Manifest – I Manifest EP
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Tracklist

01. Hold Your Ground
02. Like This (Interlude)
03. Headnodders
04. Raw (Interlude)
05. Worrierblues
06. Try (Interlude)
07. Walk The Talk

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2007 – Sound Puzzle
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Tracklist

01. Goodmorning (Intro)
02. New Day (Introlude)
03. Sketch
04. Go Ahead Bobby (Interlude)
05. Progress
06. Welcome To Paradise Island (Interlude)
07. For The Traveller
08. Egyptian Love Poems
09. It’s Here
10. You (Interlude)
11. I Bring You Dreams
12. Divine Intervention (Interlude)
13. Planet Anvers
14. Picture This
15. Soulful Sensitivity
16. Mind Lost (Interlude)
17. One Button
18. Old Train
19. Way Past Bedtime (Outro)
20. Melancholia (Bonus)

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2008 – The Lucid Effect
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Tracklist

01. Sleep Rock
02. Wise Up
03. Wizardry
04. Input A
05. Rap About That (Smoke and Mirrors)
06. Highwaves
07. I Heart U On Drums (Interlude)
08. Winks Jazz
09. One Way Ticket
10. Hazy Notion
11. Distorted Reception
12. Keep On
13. Sleep Ritual (Outro)

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2011 – It’s The Trip
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Tracklist

01. Entrée
02. Outside The Box
03. Tribal Recipe
04. The Day Breaks
05. The Journey (Interlude)
06. Sun Spots
07. Malicious Choir
08. Sales Over Soul (Interlude)
09. Subtle Piece
10. Kodak
11. Mood Adapter (Prelude)
12. Mood Adapter
13. Tinnitus
14. Winkz Waltz
15. Vocal Play (Interlude)
16. 40 Layers
17. Badwill
18. Not The Destination

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