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Best Albums of 2019

Over the past 12 months we have overindulged in a vast array of consistently on-point long players from artists both new and old. As with tradition we have compiled what we believe to be the best albums of 2019.

In Perspective: Teebs opens up about ‘Anicca’

Following the release of Teebs fourth album on Brainfeeder, we caught up with the producer to discuss ‘Anicca’, seeking a deeper understanding of its conceptual and philosophical inspirations while exploring various aspects of his creative process, artistic perspective, and the revelatory interconnection between visual art, music, and sound.

Teebs: Anicca

Anicca is undoubtedly Teebs’ boldest and most beautiful statement to date, an expansion of his vision and an elevation of his craft.

Teebs: E s t a r a

With a reliance on tighter rhythmic structures than in previous projects, Teebs uses tempered whacks and low-end thumps to pin his production down somewhat making ‘E S T A R A’ feel more anchored and less wistful than his previous work.

Matthewdavid

1. Aaliyah – One In A Million (Instrumental Screwed)
2. Doobie Sisters – NEWBOUNCEY (Demo)
3. Anita Baker – Sweet Love (SONGTRAX Instrumental)
4. Montell Jordan – Midnight Rain (Interlude)
5. Matthewdavid – Where I Wanna Be (Instrumental Demo1)
6. Cee-Lo – Basshead Jazz (Screwed)
7. Zapp – Be Alright (Intro, Screwed)
8. Matthewdavid – Yearning (Instrumental Demo1)
9. J. D. Emmanuel – Echoes From Ancient Caves (Excerpt, Screwed)
10. Anenon & Matthewdavid – 1million Saxes

The Gaslamp Killer: Flange Face

1. Flange Face (With Miguel Atwood-Ferguson)
2. Flange Face (Low End Theory Edit)
3. Seven Years Bad Luck For Fun (Ft. Dimlite)

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