1. ∞ Flying Lotus presents INFINITY "Infinitum" Gilles Peterson BBC Sessions

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    ∞ Flying Lotus presents INFINITY "Infinitum" Gilles Peterson BBC Maida Vale Sessions Flying Lotus Miguel Atwood-Ferguson Thundercat Ravi Coltrane Rebekah Raff Andres Renteria Gerry Gibbs Andreya Triana Filmed by Theo Jemison Editing by Strangeloop BBC Maida Vale Studio London August 19th, 2010 www.warp.net www.flying-lotus.com​​ www.theojemison.com www.drstrangeloop.wordpress.com www.ninjatune.net www.brainfeedersite.com www.warp.net/​​​records/​​​flying-lotus www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006wq8d

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    • Andreya Triana 'A Town Called Obsolete' (Official Video)

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      Second single from Andreya Triana, 'A Town Called Obsolete', released on 26th July on Ninja Tune. Taken from her forthcoming debut album 'Lost Where I Belong' (23rd August), which is produced by Bonobo. The first twenty people to pre-order 'A Town Called Obsolete' digital EP from the Ninjashop (http://www.ninjatune.net/ninjashop/index.php?cat=0&type=EP&by=6&code=ZENDNLS260#ZENDNLS260) get a free rare CD version signed by Andreya. Sign-up to the Andreya Triana newsletter at: http://www.ninjatune.net/andreyatriana and get a free download of 'Lost Where I Belong' (Flying Lotus Preview Edit). 'A Town Called Obsolete' is an obliquely upbeat and heartfelt plea for patience and faith in the face of indifference. Triana's voice is perfect for this mixture of longing and hope, smokey, beautiful and tonally perfect. Bonobo, meanwhile, hooks up dusty break-drumming, thrumming electric bass and a horn part that peaks at just the right times. It's another example of the understated brilliance and emotional weight that the pair have packed into Triana's debut. On the single remix duties are taken care of by the hotly-tipped Mount Kimbie. Video produced and directed by Mister McCarthy and DOP Christopher Sabogal.

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      • Gang Colours performs 'Fancy Restaurant'

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        Gang Colours performs the first single 'A Fancy Restaurant', taken from the album 'The Keychain Collection'. Purchase the album direct from Brownswood Recordings // urlm.in/mirg Purchase the album from iTunes // urlm.in/mirf Purchase the album from Amazon // urlm.in/mirh Buy the single, including remixes from Ifan Dafydd, Deft and Machinedrum here > http://urlm.in/lyxu

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        • Worldwide Festival Sète '12 // 2-8 July

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          The Worldwide Festival will celebrate its seventh edition in 2012 so this year, for seven days, we suggest you move to your second home: Sète. www.worldwidefestival.com The meeting is set for Monday July 2 for a whole week of musical enjoyment with an end to the festivities on Sunday July 8. Plenty of beach parties, a street party, a Theatre de la Mer for live, a Theatre de la Mer for clubbing, a scene for large outdoor concerts with a giant dance floor. In short, a Worldwide Festival as you’ve always loved it but that you'll love even more!

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          • José James :: CODE - Music Video

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            José James :: CODE - Music Video In this video, we captured José James recording the vocals for the Flying Lotus produced CODE, the first song on his highly anticipated sophomore release Black Magic on Brownswood Recordings. The evening was full of smiles and surprises, including Moni singing background vocals. Links: José James: www.josejamesmusic.com Brownswood Recordings: www.brownswoodrecordings.com

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            • Acid Jazz with Gilles Peterson. feat. Brand New Heavies - Mark "Snowboy" Cotgrove - Steve Williamson and Bukky Leo at Dingwalls.

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              OK, Found in my archive recently, I just had to post this one - its 30 minutes long and 21 years old. I and my friends/colleagues/workforce/mates whatever we were in those Inphase Production Co. days, made this in our spare time, out of interest and...because we could, being self motivated and autonomous. Much of it was "driven" by Tony "Crash" Williams who worked for us as a runner/tape opp at the time. He was responsible for the interviews, the dancers and much else besides, I on the other hand filmed the "Snowboy" session and edited the whole thing together. Simon Garton, my erstwhile business partner edited the Mission Impossible track to shots from Paris c/o Leo Sanchez - wonder where you are these days Leo? All performances were filmed at Dingwalls in Camden Town, sadly long gone - seeing people smoking in the bar, dancing, listening to Jazz, drinking - yea man - we all too clean and boring these days. I make no excuses for the editing, its the music that counts, but only ever having a single camera to record with, limits the visual experience, but hey, a bit of slo-mo patches it all up, and a few mad effects thrown in too! I can't believe the 80's titles Ha ha! great. I remember shooting the title sequence sax material on the studio roof in Waterloo one Saturday morning - For those who are interested: Production gear was: Sony DXC 3000 camera (early Chip cam) into a BVU110P high band VTR. Sound recorded off the desk and ambience seperately to a Hi8 digital audio recorder. Post produced at Inphase using Ampex VPR6 VT's an Ampex ACE Edit controller through a 5 bus Ampex Vision Mixer - Some of the strange chroma effects in the fan at the beginning come from an Abekas A72 caption generator. I hope you all enjoy this, it's really a valuable time-slice from an exciting musical period in London, and one of the earliest surviving pieces of my work too - I'm making a digitally cleaned DVD available to those who are interested - contact me at info@whitewatermedia.net for details Pauli B.

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              • LeFtO Films: Gilles Peterson's Worldwide Awards 2012

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                What a great celebration it was on saturday night. Koko in London hosted the annual Worldwide Awards Gilles is organizing. Full house, beautiful venue, amazing line-up and a positive vibe is all it was. Big up to the Worldwide/Brownswood family for this, it was just perfect. Blessed I could play some records there as well... www.gillespetersonworldwide.com

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                • LeFtO Films: Worldwide Festival 2012 - Day 7 (Final)

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                  The last day is always an emotional one for me, where we all leave to get back to our daily lives after 7 days of intense partying, discovering, enjoying and living the good life. We've met new people, made new friends and heard new music, the best sound system, great venues and the best crowd in the world, honestly, this is the life!!! Big up to Gilles, Worldwide Festival team, all the artists I knew...all the camera crews, press... anyway, I feel sad, but i'm used to that, it's the same feeling every year. see you next year 2013 www.worldwidefestival.com for an even sicker line-up next year.

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                  • WF Leysin

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                    The first time is always a special moment! Those who were in Sète in 2006 still remember theirs... and those who came to Leysin for this first edition will no doubt remember theirs as well. Thanks to all of you who joined us on the slopes for the very first winter WF. The worldwide Festival will be heading back up the mountains on 27 to 30 March 2014 at the superb resort of Leysin. Come join us www.worldwidefestival.com

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                    • LeFtO Films: Gilles Peterson's Worldwide Awards 2011 @Koko, London

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                      This weekend we celebrated the 2011 Worldwide Awards in London. Koko was the name, a great, old looking venue, a magical place. This video resumes the night (in a way), going from early afternoon with soundchecks and preparations… Enjoy the video. I arrived quite early (1pm) to catch some soundchecks by James Blake, Brandt Brauer Frick from Germany, Rocketnumbernine w/ Four Tet and say hi to Fly Lo. At 7pm, Koko opened its doors for what would become a magical night. Ahu, played some nice tunes in the beginning, she always has a good record selection. Then came Brandt Brauer Frick, trio from Germany, some are from Berlin, one from Cologne. These guys are very good, minimal and jazzy at the same time, they rocked the place for sure. I did my part of the job after them, and had to do Alex Patchwork’s part too as he was behind the computer taking care of the visuals, good work homie. United Vibrations was next, accompanied by Rashaan Ahmad and Homeboy Sandman. Both emcees are lyrical experts and the band was tight, it was sometimes rock, sometimes funk. Next up was Ramadanman aka Pearson Sound on the turntables, the “hidden track” feature was on in Serato, that means he’s playing exclusive goodies for the crowd, well done, I heard some bangers! Time for the Awards presentation, Flying Lotus won 2 awards, Hotflush won “best label”, Georgia Anne Muldrow won “best jazz” album, Jerry Dammers won the “lifetime achievement” award and James Blake won the “best song” award with “C.M.Y.K.”. Then came Jerry Dammers (surprise act) with a great performance, I thought Sun Ra was on stage for a minute. The way they were dressed was incredible. After another set by Pearson Sound, James Blake got introduced. Great songs, a bit intimate, sad, but interesting. Another great dj set that night was Scuba. People started to dance instantly. Great set, tune after tune, bass in your face. Then came another surprise guest in the name of Flying Lotus. No announcement, screen went up and there he was. The typical Brainfeeder siren went off and so did the venue, this was THE highlight of the night, it was magic, impressive and fun to see him touch the buttons with a smile. Playing some indian style bangers, Nihal on the turntables. He was one of the only deejays playing a bit of hiphop that night and it worked fine. One of the last acts of the night, one of the most expected sets that night…. Mount Kimbie! The guys are serious with their music, it all sounded like a great movie soundtrack, very intense, soundscapes, these guys are classy. Tiombe Lockhart was one of the first acts to do soundcheck in the morning with her band Cubic Zirconia, and was the last act of the night. She was tired but still had some energy left to rock the crowd, right before Michel Cleis’ dj set. Michel did great on the 1’s and 2’s, very linear set but going exotic and deep at times. To me, this has been the best Worldwide Awards so far, perfect venue for this event, good vibes, nice live acts, all deejays on point, stage production tight, Gilles Peterson happy, everybody happy. Big up to the Brownswood Fam… See you next year…. Here’s a “professional” review by Joe Muggs

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