10TRAX#011: Munro

Hosted by Undermad

Thanks to @munrost - This weeks mix comes from Munro (XVI Records, Hoxton FM). The North London producer has shared with us a great mix of funky summer sounds. He dropped us a few lines about the mix, have a read: Hi, my name is Munro I make tunes, collects tunes and draw things. I've reached for the hayfever vibes with this mix to accompany your lounge in the sun. To hear more hear more like this, tune into BSIDE radio, a bi-weekly show I host with mates Jake and Joe on London's Hoxton FM every other Tuesday, 7-9 pm. www.facebook.com/pages/BSIDE-Radi…fo&tab=page_info Enjoy! x +Bilal - Soul Sista (2001) Discovered this guy through Madlib. Its doesn't get much more soulful or chill than this one. +Hubert Daviz - Intro-o Lume Plina De Caini (Max Graef Remix) (2015) From the Hubert Daviz remix record. There are a lot of people pushing a variety of jazzy, sample heavy house at the moment but most will agree no one does it better than Max Graef. +AIM - The Force ft. QNC (1999) Love the crowd noise running through this one. If anyone knows what it is pm me. +The Meters - ain't no use (1974) Infectious slice of grooving melancholia. +Psychic Mirrors - Charlene (2013) Track from Miami-based band released on the great PPU label. +Blue Magic - See Through (1983) Pretty sketchy piece of 80s funk, but you've gotta love the sleaze. +Change - Hold Tight (1981) Change have a lot of great tunes, but this one is pretty special. I think the spacious, cosmic mix-down is key. +Madlib & Freddie Gibbs - Deep (Instrumental) (2014) Such a great beat, but never thought the Freddie Gibbs' rapping works on this one so I've gone for the instrumental side +First Choice - Let No Man Put Asunder (1977) Picked up this one up before I really knew who or what Salsoul Records was and I'm very pleased I did. The vocal lick towards the end I remember being sampled by Pearson Sound a few years back. +Munro - Gospel Oak (Arthur Russell mix) (2014) Made this track earlier this year, built over an Arthur Russell drum sample. If you ever find yourself in Gospel Oak in North London (not that you would - its pretty dry) check the Southampton Arms for an ale. From Undermad we would like to thank Munro for bringing sunshine into our series. PS: Illustration by Munro : ) - TL 01.Bilal - Soul Sista 02. Hubert Daviz - Intro-o Lume Plina De Caini (Max Graef Remix) 03. AIM - The Force ft. QNC 04. The Meters - ain't no use 05. Psychic Mirrors - Charlene 06. Blue Magic - See Through 07. Change - Hold Tight 08. Madlib & Freddie Gibbs - Deep (Instrumental) 09. First Choice - Let No Man Put Asunder 10. Munro - Gospel Oak (Arthur Russell mix)