Another week and another brand new bag of toys. Unlike waiting around the bakery of an afternoon for leftover bread rolls, were bringing you the freshest of what we’ve found without even asking for three $9.99 instalments. This week, weve got a documentary from Eats Everything, DAngelo in conversation and Kaytranadas family project, amongst other things. So, put those coins away because they aint necessary here.
WATCH: Behind the Eaters: A documentary on super fans
It turns out British producer, Eats Everything, has quite the sense of humour. This mockumentary follows brilliant super fans (called Eaters) Brenda and Gwyn as they admit their obsession with the producer is probably ruining relationships. One could liken the Fandom surrounding Eats Everything in this film to One Direction. That said even one of the fans admits, the thing about DJing is the musics already done for you. You Just gotta press play. Its brilliantly dry humour and not too dissimilar to the brand of mockumentary were used to seeing from Chris Lilley.
WATCH: DAngelo live in conversation
Last week US RnB singer, DAngelo took to the stage to answer questions in front of 500 people as part of the Red Bull Academy Festival in New York. The singer hasnt released an album in 15 years, however, speculation is building. Throughout the hour-long conversation, DAngelo reminisced on his career and spoke about the recording process. He spoke of kicking everybody out of the recording studio when its time for him to lay his vocals, describing it as trying to go deep, deep in the onion.
LISTEN: Omarion- Fader Mix
Youd be forgiven for not immediately remembering who Omarion is. Youre not forgiven if you go here, and still dont remember who he is. For those of you who still need some help, Omarion was part of boyband B2K before going it solo. He hasnt been around for the better part of a decade, but hes set to release his new album Sex Playlist. Yes, Sex Playlist. That aside, hes thrown together a great mix for The Fader which includes Shlohmo, LL Cool J and Chrome Sparks. I guess you could consider it a, er, Sex Playlist.
LISTEN: The Celestics- Supreme Laziness
Montreal beatsmith Kaytranada has been making a name for himself with a handful of great originals and remixes but now hes joined hands with his rapping brother as The Celestics. Supreme Laziness is their debut and its absolutely free. Aside from that great fact, its full of Kaytranadas woozy production and his brother, Louie Ps quick-witted words.
LISTEN: Sable- Foolin (Basenji Remix)
Sydney producer Basenji has just unleashed his first official remix for WA newcomer Sable. Basenji has slowed down Foolin off Sables Feels So Good EP, adding breathing space and sparsity to the WA producers manic original. Still, its not short of trap-inspired drops to make sure you get down. WAY down.