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DJ Chalice - Dark Flute on Tap
Mixpak

From our 2017 Holiday Bundle, 16 free tracks! Go to mixpakrecords.com/holidays for the full .zip. 1. Jubilee - Wine Up ft. Hoodcelebrityy (Florentino Remix) 2. Lava Dome - Balenciaga Denim Riddim 3. DJ Chalice - Dark Flute On Tap 4. Tygapaw - Applause Ha 5. Nemesis - Up 6. Architect - Neptunes Riddim 7. Future - Feed Me Dope (Santa Muerte Edit) 8. King Doudou x Rye Rye x MC 2D - Shake It Danca 9. Don Sinini - LTK 10. NewAgeMuzik - DMs (Kastle x bk beats Remix) 11. Merca Bae - Said Riddim 12. Anz - Gas Dem 13. Gafacci x Moni - Juana ft. Joey B 14. Uninamise - Flex Is War 15. Lorenzo Senni - Pointillistic (blastah Edit) 16. Lizzo - Deep (Jubilee Remix)

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Jubilee - Wine Up feat. Hoodcelebrityy (Florentino Remix)
Mixpak

We're excited to announce the signing of Manchester based producer, @deejayflorentino. Channeling the dual influences of his family’s native Colombia and his UK upbringing, Florentino’s productions combine the low frequency pressure of contemporary UK club music and the vivid sonic palette of Latin America. From melodic slow jams to hi octane percussive club killers, a rugged romanticism always reigns supreme. It’s mutant reggaeton with a ruffneck UK attitude - bold, unconventional and instantly recognisable. To get you familiar, he's remixed @jubileedj 's "Wine Up" (feat. Hoodcelebrityy) Watch out for his first official Mixpak release coming soon. Jubilee - Wine Up video is out now: bit.ly/wineupvideo

Reggaeton
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WILDLIFE! - Hazy
Mixpak

Swiss artist WILDLIFE!’s wide-ranging exploration of sound has long been centered around dancehall and soundsystem culture in its various iterations. Since acquiring an MA in sound art, the Brooklyn-based artist – also operating as Samuel Riot – has shifted his focus towards more experimental sonic territories. He’s released two records of ambient and noise exercises under his Young Palace alter-ego, as well as the sinister “Patterns” EP on Mixpak. WILDLIFE! has also shown sound-installation work in Europe, Asia and the U.S. The past few years have seen him refine a distinct musical voice and sonic repertoire, defined by texturally complex compositions that explore the evocative and physical qualities of music. Where “Patterns” was an anxiety-fueled study of the constraints and limitations of club music, WILDLIFE! leaves the club behind completely on “Anima,” his second release with Mixpak. “Anima” broadens the emotional spectrum of his previous work. The machinic, dystopian themes present on “Patterns” still live on here, but “Anima” harbors a more wistful melancholy, exploring subtler gestures and scintillating textures. The darkness is shot through with flashes of radiance and the liminal glitter of a new emotionality. Mysterious human-like sounds land like the shrapnel of teenage goth nostalgia, detuned pianos provide delight and discomfort in their grandeur, and ominous sonic bombardments put the finishing touches on WILDLIFE!’s otherworldly soundscapes. Oscillating between moments of ambient bliss and traces of left field dancehall and hip-hop DNA, “Anima” remains a decisively genre-defying venture, an emotive and compelling listening experience. “Anima” will be released on July 14th 2017, with an accompanying installation at Studio 301 on July 15th 2017 in Brooklyn, NY.

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WILDLIFE! - Dandelion
Mixpak

Swiss artist WILDLIFE!’s wide-ranging exploration of sound has long been centered around dancehall and soundsystem culture in its various iterations. Since acquiring an MA in sound art, the Brooklyn-based artist – also operating as Samuel Riot – has shifted his focus towards more experimental sonic territories. He’s released two records of ambient and noise exercises under his Young Palace alter-ego, as well as the sinister “Patterns” EP on Mixpak. WILDLIFE! has also shown sound-installation work in Europe, Asia and the U.S. The past few years have seen him refine a distinct musical voice and sonic repertoire, defined by texturally complex compositions that explore the evocative and physical qualities of music. Where “Patterns” was an anxiety-fueled study of the constraints and limitations of club music, WILDLIFE! leaves the club behind completely on “Anima,” his second release with Mixpak. “Anima” broadens the emotional spectrum of his previous work. The machinic, dystopian themes present on “Patterns” still live on here, but “Anima” harbors a more wistful melancholy, exploring subtler gestures and scintillating textures. The darkness is shot through with flashes of radiance and the liminal glitter of a new emotionality. Mysterious human-like sounds land like the shrapnel of teenage goth nostalgia, detuned pianos provide delight and discomfort in their grandeur, and ominous sonic bombardments put the finishing touches on WILDLIFE!’s otherworldly soundscapes. Oscillating between moments of ambient bliss and traces of left field dancehall and hip-hop DNA, “Anima” remains a decisively genre-defying venture, an emotive and compelling listening experience. “Anima” will be released on July 14th 2017, with an accompanying installation at Studio 301 on July 15th 2017 in Brooklyn, NY.

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WILDLIFE! - Everywhere
Mixpak

Swiss artist WILDLIFE!’s wide-ranging exploration of sound has long been centered around dancehall and soundsystem culture in its various iterations. Since acquiring an MA in sound art, the Brooklyn-based artist – also operating as Samuel Riot – has shifted his focus towards more experimental sonic territories. He’s released two records of ambient and noise exercises under his Young Palace alter-ego, as well as the sinister “Patterns” EP on Mixpak. WILDLIFE! has also shown sound-installation work in Europe, Asia and the U.S. The past few years have seen him refine a distinct musical voice and sonic repertoire, defined by texturally complex compositions that explore the evocative and physical qualities of music. Where “Patterns” was an anxiety-fueled study of the constraints and limitations of club music, WILDLIFE! leaves the club behind completely on “Anima,” his second release with Mixpak. “Anima” broadens the emotional spectrum of his previous work. The machinic, dystopian themes present on “Patterns” still live on here, but “Anima” harbors a more wistful melancholy, exploring subtler gestures and scintillating textures. The darkness is shot through with flashes of radiance and the liminal glitter of a new emotionality. Mysterious human-like sounds land like the shrapnel of teenage goth nostalgia, detuned pianos provide delight and discomfort in their grandeur, and ominous sonic bombardments put the finishing touches on WILDLIFE!’s otherworldly soundscapes. Oscillating between moments of ambient bliss and traces of left field dancehall and hip-hop DNA, “Anima” remains a decisively genre-defying venture, an emotive and compelling listening experience. “Anima” will be released on July 14th 2017, with an accompanying installation at Studio 301 on July 15th 2017 in Brooklyn, NY.

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WILDLIFE! - Ceremony
Mixpak

Swiss artist WILDLIFE!’s wide-ranging exploration of sound has long been centered around dancehall and soundsystem culture in its various iterations. Since acquiring an MA in sound art, the Brooklyn-based artist – also operating as Samuel Riot – has shifted his focus towards more experimental sonic territories. He’s released two records of ambient and noise exercises under his Young Palace alter-ego, as well as the sinister “Patterns” EP on Mixpak. WILDLIFE! has also shown sound-installation work in Europe, Asia and the U.S. The past few years have seen him refine a distinct musical voice and sonic repertoire, defined by texturally complex compositions that explore the evocative and physical qualities of music. Where “Patterns” was an anxiety-fueled study of the constraints and limitations of club music, WILDLIFE! leaves the club behind completely on “Anima,” his second release with Mixpak. “Anima” broadens the emotional spectrum of his previous work. The machinic, dystopian themes present on “Patterns” still live on here, but “Anima” harbors a more wistful melancholy, exploring subtler gestures and scintillating textures. The darkness is shot through with flashes of radiance and the liminal glitter of a new emotionality. Mysterious human-like sounds land like the shrapnel of teenage goth nostalgia, detuned pianos provide delight and discomfort in their grandeur, and ominous sonic bombardments put the finishing touches on WILDLIFE!’s otherworldly soundscapes. Oscillating between moments of ambient bliss and traces of left field dancehall and hip-hop DNA, “Anima” remains a decisively genre-defying venture, an emotive and compelling listening experience. “Anima” will be released on July 14th 2017, with an accompanying installation at Studio 301 on July 15th 2017 in Brooklyn, NY.

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WILDLIFE! - Beaches
Mixpak

Swiss artist WILDLIFE!’s wide-ranging exploration of sound has long been centered around dancehall and soundsystem culture in its various iterations. Since acquiring an MA in sound art, the Brooklyn-based artist – also operating as Samuel Riot – has shifted his focus towards more experimental sonic territories. He’s released two records of ambient and noise exercises under his Young Palace alter-ego, as well as the sinister “Patterns” EP on Mixpak. WILDLIFE! has also shown sound-installation work in Europe, Asia and the U.S. The past few years have seen him refine a distinct musical voice and sonic repertoire, defined by texturally complex compositions that explore the evocative and physical qualities of music. Where “Patterns” was an anxiety-fueled study of the constraints and limitations of club music, WILDLIFE! leaves the club behind completely on “Anima,” his second release with Mixpak. “Anima” broadens the emotional spectrum of his previous work. The machinic, dystopian themes present on “Patterns” still live on here, but “Anima” harbors a more wistful melancholy, exploring subtler gestures and scintillating textures. The darkness is shot through with flashes of radiance and the liminal glitter of a new emotionality. Mysterious human-like sounds land like the shrapnel of teenage goth nostalgia, detuned pianos provide delight and discomfort in their grandeur, and ominous sonic bombardments put the finishing touches on WILDLIFE!’s otherworldly soundscapes. Oscillating between moments of ambient bliss and traces of left field dancehall and hip-hop DNA, “Anima” remains a decisively genre-defying venture, an emotive and compelling listening experience. “Anima” will be released on July 14th 2017, with an accompanying installation at Studio 301 on July 15th 2017 in Brooklyn, NY.

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WILDLIFE! - Great
Mixpak

Swiss artist WILDLIFE!’s wide-ranging exploration of sound has long been centered around dancehall and soundsystem culture in its various iterations. Since acquiring an MA in sound art, the Brooklyn-based artist – also operating as Samuel Riot – has shifted his focus towards more experimental sonic territories. He’s released two records of ambient and noise exercises under his Young Palace alter-ego, as well as the sinister “Patterns” EP on Mixpak. WILDLIFE! has also shown sound-installation work in Europe, Asia and the U.S. The past few years have seen him refine a distinct musical voice and sonic repertoire, defined by texturally complex compositions that explore the evocative and physical qualities of music. Where “Patterns” was an anxiety-fueled study of the constraints and limitations of club music, WILDLIFE! leaves the club behind completely on “Anima,” his second release with Mixpak. “Anima” broadens the emotional spectrum of his previous work. The machinic, dystopian themes present on “Patterns” still live on here, but “Anima” harbors a more wistful melancholy, exploring subtler gestures and scintillating textures. The darkness is shot through with flashes of radiance and the liminal glitter of a new emotionality. Mysterious human-like sounds land like the shrapnel of teenage goth nostalgia, detuned pianos provide delight and discomfort in their grandeur, and ominous sonic bombardments put the finishing touches on WILDLIFE!’s otherworldly soundscapes. Oscillating between moments of ambient bliss and traces of left field dancehall and hip-hop DNA, “Anima” remains a decisively genre-defying venture, an emotive and compelling listening experience. “Anima” will be released on July 14th 2017, with an accompanying installation at Studio 301 on July 15th 2017 in Brooklyn, NY.

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WILDLIFE! - Forgiven
Mixpak

Swiss artist WILDLIFE!’s wide-ranging exploration of sound has long been centered around dancehall and soundsystem culture in its various iterations. Since acquiring an MA in sound art, the Brooklyn-based artist – also operating as Samuel Riot – has shifted his focus towards more experimental sonic territories. He’s released two records of ambient and noise exercises under his Young Palace alter-ego, as well as the sinister “Patterns” EP on Mixpak. WILDLIFE! has also shown sound-installation work in Europe, Asia and the U.S. The past few years have seen him refine a distinct musical voice and sonic repertoire, defined by texturally complex compositions that explore the evocative and physical qualities of music. Where “Patterns” was an anxiety-fueled study of the constraints and limitations of club music, WILDLIFE! leaves the club behind completely on “Anima,” his second release with Mixpak. “Anima” broadens the emotional spectrum of his previous work. The machinic, dystopian themes present on “Patterns” still live on here, but “Anima” harbors a more wistful melancholy, exploring subtler gestures and scintillating textures. The darkness is shot through with flashes of radiance and the liminal glitter of a new emotionality. Mysterious human-like sounds land like the shrapnel of teenage goth nostalgia, detuned pianos provide delight and discomfort in their grandeur, and ominous sonic bombardments put the finishing touches on WILDLIFE!’s otherworldly soundscapes. Oscillating between moments of ambient bliss and traces of left field dancehall and hip-hop DNA, “Anima” remains a decisively genre-defying venture, an emotive and compelling listening experience. “Anima” will be released on July 14th 2017, with an accompanying installation at Studio 301 on July 15th 2017 in Brooklyn, NY.

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