Stereogum have premiered Mount Kimbie remix of Kelis' "Jerk Ribs" single - listen now via their site, or via SoundCloud below.
Download "Jerk Ribs" now at the Ninjashop and iTunes (also delivered instantly when pre-ordering Food), or stream on Spotify.
Listen to tracks from FaltyDL's new album out this week, The Bug's double-edged Angels & Devils LP, Mr. Scruff, upcoming DELS for Big Dada & more - via our New Releases Spotify playlist.
Featuring edits from Warp residents Mount Kimbie (on "Jerk Ribs"), Darq E Freaker, Visionist and Rob Garza (on "Friday Fish Fry") and Machinedrum's Runnin' rework - Ninjashop / Amazon
South London producer and Numbers-regular, Darq E Freaker, drops a blissed-out remix of "Friday Fish Fry", taken from Kelis' sixth studio album, Food, released 11 August on 12".
Maribou State, the Hertfordshire-hailing, London-based duo, team up with fellow UK producer and longtime collaborator, Pedestrian, to rework "Friday Fish Fry", the next single from Kelis' new album, Food.
Thanks to Beat Delete, Roots Manuva's stone-cold classic dub-reworking of his second album, Run Come Save Me, Dub Come Save Me, is back in stock on the Ninjashop - pick it up on 2LP today!
Enter The Bug's fast-disintegrating totalitarian world with The Creators Project video short collaboration with creative studio Factory Fifteen in the form of Function / Void, taken from his Angels & Devils opus.
This Saturday 4 October all roads lead to Oval Space for a Brainfeeder-fuelled soundclash joined by Gaslamp Killer and Lapalux alongside Free The Robots and Ambassadeurs. Tickets available from Soundcrash.
Los Angeles producer Alfred Darlington aka Daedelus returns to Flying Lotus' Brainfeeder imprint with The Light Brigade, out now on CD and download formats - Ninjashop / iTunes / Amazon
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Friday Fish Fry
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