This is our 100th post on Rhythm ‘n’ Roots since the transition to WordPress, so I’d just like to say thanks to everyone who reads and supports the blog. To celebrate I have put together a Rhythm ‘n’ Roots Mix which also happens to be mix number 10: double celebration!
Rhythm ‘n’ Roots Volume X is full of fresh beats from across the world with songs in new contexts, remixes, mashups and new material. No genre or BPM restrictions. Tracklist and links after the break.
Rhythm ‘n’ Roots presents RnR Volume IX, a mix of brilliant music released over the past few months around the world, including remixes, mash-ups, re-edits and original material. It is a celebration of musical diversity in the twenty-first century, highlighting how scenes and styles have come together, exchanging ideas and pushing in new directions. Just one example from the mix: A Tribe Called Red, a Native American DJ crew based in Ottawa, Canada remixing Caetano Veloso, a key figure in the 1960s Brazilian Tropicalista counter-culture, in a style itself invented by mashing up two genres from two sides of the world: Moombahton. Listen to the mix for free via Mixcloud or DL here. Tracklist with links and information after the jump, enjoy!
It has been a wee while but I have put together another in the series of Rhythm ‘n’ Roots mixes shining the light on new productions and rhythms from across the world. This version revolves loosely around squigling synths, rolling rhythms and a healthy sprinkling of dembow beats. Listen for free via Mixcloud below or download here to have it all to yourself for a walk in the park, a cup of tea or as the soundtrack to a book. Tracklist and links after the jumpppp.
The time has come once more to collect all the musical gems of late and put them together in a patchwork of sounds. Rhythm ‘n’ Roots Volume VII stretches across 16 countries, a handful of languages and genres and consists of mashups, reworks, originals all centred round 90-115bpm. You can listen through Mixcloud below or you can download from Mediafire here. There is a more detailed track listing with countries and links after the Mixcloud. Enjoy!
Welcome to the all new Rhythm ‘n’ Roots! For anyone who remembers it was formerly located here. This blog will concentrate on discussing music new and old, local and global, its effects, innovations, movements, discoveries and interpretations.
To celebrate the return of this blog I have put together the sixth mixtape Rhythm ‘n’ Roots Volume VI a patchwork of tunes I have become particularly fond of lately. Listen to via Mixcloud below or download here. Tracklisting after the jump.