As the month of February comes to an end, it’s only right we deliver that goodness for everyone out there. Sit back, relax and tune in to this week’s selection of dope beats from across the globe.


Matthew Kertis – Walking the Dog

Matthew Kertis sets it off with his record “Walking the dog”. A laid back cut that sounds like the soundtrack for a rainy afternoon.


Ikane C. – Yoshino (feat. Januairy & Hey Nanou)

Ikane C. (real name Samuel Jones) is a afro-american lofi Hip-Hop producer and songwriter based in Berlin, Germany. His material plays out at a mellow pace, typically coloured with bit-crushed melodies and groovy, softened beats. Exposed to music at an early age, Jones decided to pursue music as a career path after having been seduced by the inspiring and experimental sound of the Flying Lotus classic “Cosmogramma”. The vibe of his latest work “Yoshino” is often compared to songs from Idealism, Jinsang, eevee, Tomppabeats and Wun Two. “Yoshino” is a smooth and soulful lofi hiphop instrumental inspired by the cherry blossom season in Japan. 



Launch Kontrol – Strippa Luv.

Launch Kontrol delivers a groovy tune he calls “Strippa Luv” and it’s nothing but pure bliss.



Laizlo – new chip in town

Laizlo (previously known as jacksxn) is a producer based out of Victoria, B.C. Canada blending lo-fi hip-hop with soul and jazz. ‘new chip in town’ marks a return for Laizlo after taking a year long break from releasing music. Employing sloppy drums and raw sample cuts, Laizlo puts a new twist on the classic boom bap style.


Beatmaschine – Steady

‘Steady’ is the new record from Dortmund, Germany based producer Beatmaschine. It utilises the classic ‘Heather’  sample from  of Billy Cobham and it’s a slight homage to  the track 93′ till infinity, which is one of my favourite tracks of the souls of mischief.


If you like this article, please check out our previous editions HERE

Previous post

Nenjah Nycist love.lo: a lo-fi beat tape is a sonic tribute to a love one

Next post

M.O.P. & Celph Titled Join Apathy on the anthemic "STOMP RAPPERS"