Rodrigo – Jazzy Summertime (Juan Demal’s Deep Mix) by Chris
April 15, 2015, 3:06 PM
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Now here’s some deep jazzy goodness from Rodrigo as remixed by Juan Demal out on London-based Apparel Music. Just about wrapping up our week of house music (why?)

Yogi – Afterglow by Chris

Jazzy beatstrumentals as their best. Yogi‘s Afterglow earns the BRILLIANT category. Check out the full yogi release, listen, and it can’t be heard here.

Aurora – Disorder by Chris
August 13, 2014, 3:15 PM
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Just a quickie today- Disorder by Aurora clocks in at a brief 53 seconds. A jazzy 53 seconds at that.

Alta – To The Water by Chris

New from Alta who will be holding down a pretty dope August residency, 10pm every Wednesday at The Workers Club with some of Fuck the Radio‘s favourite local acts… no seriously, check out the line-up:

Friendships – 9pm, Audego – 8pm (Wed 7 Aug)
Condensed Milk – 9pm, Flash Forest – 8pm (Wed 14 Aug)
*Secret Guest* – 9pm, Leaks – 8pm (Wed 21 Aug)
Rat & Co – 9pm, Silent Jay – 8pm (Wed 28 Aug)

Amable – Now This by Chris
February 11, 2013, 5:44 PM
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Florida-based Amable has been dishing out the wonky future-beats for a-while now and he’s stepping up his game to vinyl.

Not just any vinyl though; the man has a dream- nearly as big as Martin’s- for the coolest looking transparent blue 7-inch, cut to the edges with two beats per side. It is all being funded via a Kick-stater project, and you can pledge towards the release for the promise of a copy in-return.

Check out our interview with Amable from a-while back.

Check out the kickstater project


Alta – Stay Awhile by Chris

ALTA are no strangers to Fuck the Radio but if for some reason you ignored our urgings to GO GRAB THEIR BRILLIANT FREE EP last time, perhaps this reminder will sway you. Check out the dope new video above while you are at it.

Indigo High – Delighted by Chris
October 22, 2012, 2:44 PM
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Indigo High with some proper decent acid jazz out of Chicago. Just listen to those keys.

Desmond Cheese – Saw The Signs Pt 2 by Chris

Desmond Cheese‘s beats are dope. Saw the Signs Pt. 2 is an instrumental cut off of a release he did with Mr Bill about a year ago, and it’s got all of the best ingredients: jazz, bass and essence of sex.

You could do just about anything with this music playing and it’d instantly give it a totally new groovy vibe. Seriously, you could be eating a taco or something, and some hottie could walk past you and think nothing of it. But if you were eating a taco with this music on the hottie would be dtf.

Enjoy 🙂

Desmond Cheese – Saw The Signs Pt 2

Trebles and Blues – The Tempo by Chris
May 7, 2012, 3:04 PM
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This suave jazz record makes me want to don a sleek suit and fedora combo, go out- order a scotch rocks and eye beautiful women across the bar while leaning on a billiards cue.

Yeah, it’s that specific.

The whole album is out for free here. You can also order physical CD and stream the album on the band-camp page linked below.

Haz Solo – Bowling Average by Chris
May 1, 2012, 9:50 PM
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Have I posted any Haz Solo yet? No?

Here ya go, some jazzy beats:

Haz Solo – Bowling Average



Daisuke Tanabe – Ate by Chris
April 27, 2012, 2:07 PM
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Daisuke Tanabe (who also goes by simply ‘dt‘) put this Acid Jazzy number out about a month ago on Soundcloud. It took a-while to settle in, but by the second listen I was absolutely hooked. The clever subtleties excel in Ate, creating a dynamic track comprised of tightly meshed vocal snippets and percussive glitches. Amazing creative work;

Daisuke Tanabe – Ate



Ogdah – Mood Swinging by Chris
January 22, 2012, 4:08 PM
Filed under: Acid, Electronica, Jazz, Psychadelic | Tags: , , ,

Ogdah‘s groovy acid-jazz price Mood Swinging is so cool!

The drums are glitched to perfection- it can be very easy for over-zealous producers to overdo the effects but Ogdah utilizes his stutters and gates with rhythmic musicality. The samples are awesome (especially the one that opens the track), and the acid-jazz feel really grounds the track into something that is pleasing to listen to.

Also, it’s more music from the Netherlands!? WHAT IS UP WITH THAT PLACE?


Ogdah – Mood Swinging




Mononome – Enthusiasms (Couldn’t Ask For Anything More) by Chris
January 10, 2012, 11:11 AM
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Mononome is a cut-and-paste style beatstrumental composer from Greece. His Dream Sequence EP was released on the first of December last year and I’ve been patiently waiting for a chance to post it since.

The track Enthusiasms (Couldn’t Ask For Anything More) is funky while at the same time mellow. A neat acid-jazz track to listen to when you go to one of those groovy bars where none of the chairs match and the graffiti on the bathroom wall is both witty and legible (although that is very specific… you can listen to the track pretty much anywhere). The whole EP is available for free off of his bandcamp page, check it out.

Mononome – Enthusiasms (Couldn’t Ask For Anything More)



Amai – Counting Raindrops by Chris
January 4, 2012, 12:00 PM
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Amai is yet another trip-hot beatmaker from Los Angeles. I don’t know what it is about that city, but it sure has an amazing knack of producing great experimental electronica artists. Fans of Flying Lotus, Daedelus, Nosaj Thing etc. will recognise the familiar LA tinge that Amai has in his rhythms and odd-ball sample re-triggering.

Counting Raindrops is a jazzy trip-hop piece that is cemented nicely together by smooth tenor saxophone, LA trip-hop style drum rhythms and neatly chopped up female vocals that fit ever-so nicely into place together. Download it here, or find the entire EP for fee at his bandcamp page.


Amai – Counting Raindrops





Repeat Pattern – 08-09 by Chris
December 29, 2011, 1:06 PM
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Repeat Pattern (previously posted here) has released a new digital album with one of my favourite indie labels, Cascade Records. The album is available for a name-your-price download on http://cascaderecords.bandcamp.com/album/08-09

It’s a neat acid-jazz cross trip-hop record, I highly recommend you go grab it… and while your at it, why not support the artist with a few bucks?

PS: I’ll be posting another mixtape for new years, so stay tuned for Jan 1st

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