Music Worth Hearing – October 2016 Recap


Once again, a crazy amount of top-notch music has been released during the month of October ’16. This is my little recap of some of the best tunes, albums and compilations we had the chance to listen to. If you feel like we missed a really dope project, let us know in the comment section below.

Let’s start things off with the always busy beats/instrumental world…

Tall Black Guy is a genius, and his new album is another proof. What a trip!:

Jakarta records continue the Dublate series with a release from “IAMNOBODI”:

For the 20th anniversary of his mega classic album, DJ Shadow gives the reissue treatment to “Endtroducing”. You’ll find leftovers and remix like this one from Prince Paul:

“Lushlife” goes instrumental for this little EP on “Western Vinyl”:

“Chillhop Records” continue the “Essentials” series with the fall edition:

New compilation from the “Rootnote Collective” crew, with cuts from Flamingosis, Elaquent, Zackey Force Funk and a lot more:



Since his parents bought him a used "Pyramid" mixer more than 20 years ago, Kramos has always been a fiend to discover new music in every format possible and put mixes together. His first love was hip hop, but his tastes are now more eclectic than ever. The monthly show "Fresh Taste" with his friend MC Tank Pumpin' is proof of that.