January 22, 2010

Eric Lau - Warm It Up (Mixtape)

"For the D" ft. Guilty Simpson was the first offering I'd heard which presented the soulful production skills of London's, Eric Lau. Composing a banging synthesized funk, Lau set the perfect backdrop for the raw vocals of the Detroit emcee. In 2008, his debut album, New Territories established Lau as leader of the UK soul movement and for all the right reasons. New Territories brings a vast collection of soul grooves fused with spacey, dance and ambient style tracks and features some of the UK's finest talents such as Tawiah, Rahel, and Sarina Leah just to name a few. While we await his sophomore release, he demonstrates his dj skills and serves us a smooth eclectic mix entitled Warm It Up. As with his own work, Lau sought out some of the best in music to showcase. Enjoy it and peep one of my favorites from New Territories. Continue to support innovative music.  {BTS Radio}


Eric Lau - Free It Out ft. Sarina Leah


BIll Evans - Solar
J Dilla - Untitled
Eric Lau - Bendy
Georgia Anne Muldrow - E.S.P. (Instrumental)
Karriem Riggins - Soul on Top
Madlib - Untitled
Jay Electronica - My World (Nas Salute)
Baatin - Girl
Slum Village - World Full of Sadness
Madlib - Untitled
D.Rose - Track #003 (Produced by Chris ‘Daddy’ Dave)
D’Angelo - Jonez In My Bones (Rehearsal)
The Roots - The Suits
The Robert Glasper Experiment - For You
Georgia Anne Muldrow - Child of The Sun
Herbie Hancock - Butterfly (Live)
Tarika Blue - Truth is The Key
Curtis Mayfield - We’ve Only Just Begun (Live)
Sapo - Nina
Ju-Par Universal Orchestra - Is Anyone Listening?
The Kinks - End of a Season

Download the mix here.
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