Karmacoda’s New Single

San Francisco based dowtempo/triphop band Karmacoda shared their new single: We Don’t Have a Lot of Time (ft. Beth Hirsch) with us to be played on our radio.

“We Don’t Have a Lot of Time” is the first single from the forthcoming album to be released in early this year and features the inimitable vocals of Beth Hirsch who joins Karmacoda’s B on this beautiful duet. Beth Hirsch is well known for her solo career and singing of the Air Moon Safari hit All I Need.

At the moment the band is preparing their fifth Studio album, conveniently code-named K5=LAF.


The single was released last October 7th on iTunesAmazonCDBaby and many other music outlets.

Trip-hop.net presents their Best Tunes of 2014

th2014Last saturday the french webzine Trip-hop.net released their Best Tunes 2014 trip hop compilation, which gathers favourites, discoveries and essentials picked by the redaction.

No trip hop heads out there can miss this. Going all across the trip hop spectrum, and including great pieces from Hugo Kant, G. Bonson, Worm is Green, among a lot of good artists, this is surely a way to start this new year with a compilation of new fresh music, curated by a website that is celebrating their 15 years online.

This is the second compilation of trip-hop.net ( here is the first ), and turned on a global work, since the russian community E:\Music\Trip-Hop is helping on promoting the album on their country. The Graphic art was designed by french artist/photographer Kamikal l’Atelier.

th2014-2Marko from Triptica collaborated with some adjustments on the final sound of the album. BTW thanks to Carine Huron from trip-hop.net for the chance to help :)

Listen on the player below, and click here to download it for free.

FKA Twigs to play on Coachella 2015

Last Tuesday January 6th Coachella announced the line-up for the 2015 version of the festival, , and included on it, one of 2014’s biggest trip hop breakouts, English singer-songwriter FKA twigs.

Tahliah Debrett Barnett is no mere singer, songwriter or dancer. She’s all those things, plus a director, a producer and more. Her ability to combine so many elements into a multi-sensory feast of performance art is what’s propelled her from London cabarets to the international festivals and larger theaters she’s filling now.

Coachella kicks off on Friday, April 10, and runs two weekends — until April 19 — and this year’s lineup is pleasantly diverse, including in the headliner spots the rapper Drake, Jack White (who has performed at Coachella in the past as the front man for The White Stripes), and Veteran Australian rockers AC/DC.


Tickets start at $375 and go on sale on Jan. 7 at 12 p.m. PST (3 p.m. EST).

Björk Working With the Haxan Cloak for Her New Album

Our Iceland lovely  Björk is hard at work on the follow-up to 2011’s Biophilia, and on Tuesday, the Haxan Cloak revealed that he would be lending his eerie electronic musings to the Icelandic singer’s upcoming album. British producer Bobby Krlic took his stage name from Häxan, a 1922 silent film about witchcraft and demonic possession, released records on Latitudes and Aurora Borealis before signing to Tri Angle, who released his  and has proved his musical clout with disturbingly good album’s like 2013’s Excavation, his third album.

Spin Magazine stated: “We’re excited and also a little afraid of what Krlic’s going to bring to Björk’s signature outlandish music, but the producer seems excited about the collaboration.”

In the announcement tweet, Krlic described the chance to work with the icon as an “honour.”

A few weeks ago, there were reports that she was working with Arca, the Venezuelan-born and New York-based producer. Arca, who specializes in dessicated deconstructions of apocalyptic dance music and who worked with Kanye West on Yeezus, issued a clarifying statement on Twitter.

Between Arca’s dark futurism and The Haxan Cloak’s string heavy,  metal-influenced foreboding, Björk’s next album seems bound to be an arrestingly dark listen.


Source: SPIN