The Rhythm Incursions podcast is arguably the first ever music radio show to be podcast with the complete consent and involvement of the record labels it supports. Tagging itself as "picking up where hip hop stops", the show covers all kinds of divergent beats, from the glitched out beats of the Planet Mu label to the leftfield hip hop of Bully Records, from the smoked out Crooklyn dub of the Wordsound stable to the mashed out junglism of the Mashit label. Trust us, this is a show you do not want to miss...
So after nearly a year of radio silence on these here airwaves – aside from his recent IDM is a MILF mix – Primus Luta is back in the presenting seat with a brand new RIPL show. As always the selection runs through a wide range of electronic music from the edges, including bugged out [...]
Every once in a while something special comes along in our inbox, an old mix we’d requested from some close friends or an unexpected submission. This past week was one of those occasions. Two old friends of ours, And and Joe Clockwork, sent us a brand new mix which they’d hinted at in the past [...]
Hello and welcome to another edition of the world famous Rhythm Incursions “In-Session” podcast series with your host Dday One; broadcasting from Los Angeles, CA. This time we take a listen to classic Electro Music and pay tribute to the early Beat Scenes” from around the world! Los Angeles Electro-Funk, Miami Bass, 80′s Soviet electronic [...]
This week’s guest mix comes from Berlin and fits with the winter mood here in our part of the world. Tolcha are a Berlin-based four piece band who do ‘Kraut Dub’. Their new album, Neustadt, has just been released on Neopren. Originally written and imagined as a film score, it’s a deep electronic dub trip [...]
This month’s guest mix comes via Dday One in Los Angeles. DJ mtm (aka Murry The Mayor) is someone Dday met at a recent show during a tour of the Bay Area. The Oakland-based DJ (originally from Chicago) impressed him so much that Dday asked him to contribute to our series. No tracklist, just an [...]