After skipping a week, we at last bring you the 25th edition of Free Music Friday. To make up for the week off we are loading you up with free tunes this time around. And, we have some pretty special stuff to take out of the Fridge and share with all of you fine folks.
Up first, we have Fridge favorite Gramatik’s new EP recently released on the Pretty Lights Music Label. Gramatik has always been a firm believer in sharing his music for free and this commendable philosophy is conveyed in the title of the new EP, #DigitalFreedom. Don’t expect the chilled out vibes of Beatz & Pieces Vol. 1 on this one. No, Gramatik returns to crafting bass heavy bangers in the style of his No Shortcuts EP.
We caught SBTRKT at the Fox Theatre in Boulder, Colorado this past Tuesday, and were blown away. First, Willis Earl Beal opened, and if you have not heard this man, with a backstory as compelling as any, do yourself a favor and get on it. His voice filled the room like none other. SBTRKT followed, bringing everything for which we could have asked. Don’t believe me? Well, give a listen to the live set from the London Itunes Festival we are sharing with you this week. Or, you could ask Two Fresh, who we saw in attendance getting down as hard as the Fridge.
In anticipation of Paper Diamond’s upcoming release of a new EP entitled Wavesight, we have included the brief minimix teaser of the EP due out May 3rd.
We round out this week’s volume of Free Music Friday with two tracks from White Birds, who recently came to our attention, as well as an LP from local Boulder artists Dynohunter. If you love a little sax, then don’t sleep on Dynohunter’s The Precambrian Era. Finally, we are offering up a new collaboration from two Friends of the Fridge, HazardxHawkins and Cameron K.
Dig on in and enjoy.
Gramatik | #DigitalFreedom
SBTRKT | Live at Itunes Festival London
Paper Diamond | Wavesight Minimix
Dynohunter | The Precambrian Era
HazardxHawkins & Cameron K. | Call Me Pilot