“I try and make the music for the dancers—like Teklife, Beatdown House, everybody in the footwork community. It’s all for them.”
The Reader recommends 34 recent releases for this month’s Bandcamp day.
Traxman drops a juke remix of “WAP,” poster artist Frank Okay releases a solo album, and Teklife producer Heavee puts out a kaleidoscopic EP.
Pop music moves fast: new instructional-dance songs, new Drake songs, and new instructional-dance songs by Drake can bombard the zeitgeist one week and all but evaporate the next. Footwork, the lightning-fast Chicago-born house subgenre, is well suited to capture that frenetic pace. Young footwork master and Teklife member DJ Taye instinctively understands how to combine […]
Sirr Tmo’s production work has been derailed by a computer failure, but Saturday’s Mucho Culo dance party will help him raise funds for new equipment.
Subterranean hosts a benefit show for Mucho Culo, which was based out of a studio destroyed in a July fire.
Teklife and Treated Crew bring their collaboration to the stage, Hausu Mountain erupts again with three oddball tapes, and more.
Jeremiah Meece of The-Drum and Ethan Jared of Romance organized the new event.
Teklife member and producer DJ Earl recently dropped the sequel to 2012’s Audio Fixx, and it’s got a fast-paced footworking cut that samples Three 6 Mafia cofounder Juicy J.