Daily Archives: February 9, 2011

Max Richter – “On The Nature Of Day” [MUSIC]

It’s quite difficult these days to find quality classical music especially if you don’t really know where you’re looking. Well luckily I was privileged with stumbling into Max Richter‘s music through the soundcloud. I was quickly haulted of my work as this soothing violin crept in the background to bring an inspirational melody similar to what is heard on film. “On The Nature Of Day” is the opening title to one of his later works entitled ‘The Blue Notebook’. Please visit his sites to hear more of his work and learn a little more about Max Richter’s musical composition experience.

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Mat McHugh – “Love Come Save Me Now” [Video]

Mat McHugh of The Beautiful Girls sings a song inspired by and dedicated to his late friend Andy Irons. The song, “Love Come Save Me Now”, is one of a handful that Mat has written for his new solo album that will see the light of day later this year. Check it out and let us know what you think.

For more on Mat McHugh, please visit http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mat-McHugh/183964434976552

Also there’s FREE music from The Beautiful Girls available on their website

Much thanks to Silverback Music – Controlled Substance Soundlabs

Posted by: Dante Cullari – CEO  Beat-Play

Tokyo Police Club – “Wait Up (Boots of Danger)” – [VIDEO]

Tokyo Police Club is an indie-rock quintet from Newmarket, Ontario. After making a splash with their debut album, “Elephant Shell,” TPC released their much anticipated second album, “Champ,” in 2010.  “Wait Up (Boots of Danger)” is pretty cool song about a changing relationship. Check out the video below:

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Mr. Sakitumi – “Azzmatic” + ILL Vid Performance of “This That Beat” – Track off his Upcoming Album!

Mr. Sakitumi is holding it down for Cape Town, South Africa! His latest is pure African Dope. Here’s “Azzmatic”:



Mr. Sakitumi is truly amazing. Not only does he play more instruments than I can count, but his style is so clean and so, so dope. He takes it back to the basics and breaks it down. Allow this video to demonstrate – watch him just murder this MPC, and also note the turntable visuals – doesn’t get much realer than that. This is Mr. Sakitumi performing a live version of his track “This That Beat” off of his upcoming debut album with African Dope Records, scheduled for release later this year.

These are just a few samples of all of the incredibly sick music you’re going to get for free in your email just for signing up to African Dopes mailing list. I also highly recommend the rest of Mr. Sakitumi’s Soundcloud page, and his Myspace.

Posted by: Dante Cullari CEO  Beat-Play