About Go Yama: https://soundcloud.com/goyama
beats / downtempo
About Pacific Shore: http://pacificshoreproject.com/
...Don’t MisS! 02. See The Forest (Unreleased) 03. We Shall Overcome 04. Thrilla 07. Make Love In Outer Space 09. The Wheel (CBR Remix) 14. You 17. GRLS* 19. Baby Baby Don’t Cry (Strangenature Edit) 29. One Thing (Sirkri Remix) ...
Sounds from Cosmos!~ Superb Mix~
About Cosmonostro: Cosmonostro is a concept-label based in Lille, France. Founded by graphic artist 96 & soft-launched on May 5th, 2013, the label is in full effect since Mid-August with a fast releasing pace keeping things spontaneous & playful while delivering an entertaining audiovisual experience crafted by our graphic & music rosters, affiliates & friends no matter what genre or style. While still new, the label already has eight releases (with more on the way), and a formidable catalogue of free downloadable singles from a number of artists. http://cosmonostro.com/
beats / instrumental / jazz-hop / electro
About Kid Atlaas: https://soundcloud.com/kid_atlaas
About Album: Back with more heat from Paris, @cosmonostro presents Fragments, a look inside the musical mind of @kid_atlaas – one of Europe’s most promising up-and-coming beatsmiths who’s synth-heavy refix of Amerie’s modern classic ‘One Thing’ (included here as a bonus track) blew the internet apart when it was unleashed a few months back. The scope of this record is outstanding, from piano chops that’ll pull at your heartstrings to subs that’ll expose your most disgusted screwface, interspersed with interludes you’ll want to last for days. Opening with the warm crackly tones of dusty wax, ‘Winter Is Coming’ sets a laidback & blunted mood that defines the Kid Atlaas sound. Otherworldly voices drift in and out throughout the EP, most notable on ‘We Shall Overcome’ with a certain famous speech by a certain civil rights figure demonstrating that conscious hip hop with its positive morality is far from dead. The epic closer ‘Make Love In Outer Space’ opens with blissed out synthwork, blasting off into the ruffest drum beat you’re likely to hear this side of the stratosphere before gently easing you back down to earth, bewildered and ready to go right back for more. This is one of those rare records that you’ll have on loop without it ever sounding stale, with each listen more rewarding than the last.
beats / piano / instrumental / hip-hop