Brand new on T&A! Locke is a dj/producer who lives in Brooklyn NY. With releases in a variety of genres under numerous monikers, Locke draws inspiration from the UK for his first release for T&A. Influenced equally by classic garage producers such as Mookie and MJ Cole, and new artists like Sbtrkt with a strong nod to 90′s R&B Locke intends to bridge the gap between Teddy Riley and Gorgon City.
Here at T&A we’re pretty bad about listening to demos, but in our defense, most of the demos are terrible. Weird bad hybrids like psy-trap-moombahton, hastily made, with no rhyme or reason. So when Killa Theory sent us “Datum,” we were that much more blown away – it’s really an incredible debut single. Tittsworth liked it so much he created an 8 minute long remix! So here it is, in all its glory:
Killa Theory is our homie Kyle. He lives in Brooklyn, he grew up in Baltimore, and he’s a fucking beast on the boards. We’re putting out his track “Datum” next Tuesday, and wanted to give you an early taste. Enjoy!
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JWS is the winner of the “Beautiful People” remix contest on Legitmix, sponsored by OkayFuture! Buy JWS’s remix here.
Download the original EP, with remixes from Treasure Fingers and Them Jeans, for free.
Holy fucking shit it’s like Thanksgiving and Christmas and New Year’s Eve all rolled into one and slapped on two slices of 12 grain bread, lightly toasted with a pickle and chips on the side! This is the 50th release on T&A Records, and we’re damn proud to present Sandwich Island Bass‘s Dark Liquor EP. You can download it for free 99 as a Zip or on our Soundcloud, or if you’re one of those bleeding heart, Park Slope stroller mafia, tea party liberals who believes that musicians should be paid just like every other artist, you can purchase these super crazy Zouk Bass jams on Beatport, iTunes, Amazon, or anywhere else fine MP3s and WAV files are sold. Aloha!
Tittsworth choke-slams Drake “Hold On, We’re Going Home” into his remix of Scottie B & King Tutt “African Chant” and the result is this! Go ahead and follow Titts on Soundcloud, or cry later.
Unruly Records brought us four of the best songs from their 20+ years as the premier Baltimore Club label, and we worked with them to put together this huge remix compilation. It was a ton of work getting this all together. We’re really proud of this collection of remixes from sixteen of our favorite producers. Huge thanks to Scottie B and Shawn Caesar from Unruly, to all the remixers, to Dan Dubois for mastering and to Paul Noonan and Josh Ruck for artwork.
The whole comp is out now!
FACT Magazine premiered the KW Griff remix of Blunted Dummies, and interviewed DJ Ayres about Baltimore Club in 2013.
Fader posted the DJ Sliink remix of DJ Class “Tear Da Club Up”
Do Androids Dance has the DJ Ayres & XXXChange trap remix of “Tear Da Club Up” for download.
Scottie B & DJ Class appeared on Sway in The Morning – listen to the mix and interview here.