Announcing: Koyote – I Stand Accused

Koyote I Stand Accused

We’re proud to announce the final instalment in Koyote’s trilogy of EPs for Mixpak, ‘I Stand Accused’. A 5 track EP created with 100% hardware, it’s an idiosyncratic trip through the annals of dance music. It’s already garnered early support from French lynchpins Busy P, Jean Nipon and Teki Latex.

The record will be streaming in full very soon, but for now you can hear a sneak preview via the latest Sound Pellegrino podcast.

Listen to his previous Mixpak EPs here:

Jubilee on the web

Jubilee Press

In case you missed it, Jubilee’s record ‘Pull Ova’ dropped this week on Mixpak. Here’s a quick round-up of all the support – thank you to everyone showing love! Come to the release party tomorrow to celebrate in person in NY, or head to Boston tonight or Miami on Saturday.

Spin: “a shuddering amalgam of classic Miami bass and Brooklyn attitude”

Complex: “a guaranteed head-knocker”

Hearty: “a trifecta of fast paced club music, pounding drums, lazers, and pretty much everything you need to pop and roll until you sweat”

Dummy: “It’s sick…proper lose-your-mind stuff – no chinstrokers allowed.”

Dazed: Top Ten Feel of the Month


Jubilee – Pull Ova EP Out Now


Jubilee’s Pull Ova EP is out now on Mixpak! It’s already garnered support from Spin, Dummy, Dazed, Complex, as well as plays on BBC Radio 1, Rinse and in Fabric. Come support the release and have a dance at Jubilee’s party on Friday in Greenpoint, NY.

Buy at the Mixpak Store / iTunes / Juno

Stream Jubilee’s ‘Pull Ova’

Jubilee's Pull Ova

Spin Magazine have just dropped the premiere of Jubilee’s ‘Pull Ova’, her new release out on Mixpak this coming Tuesday. They say:

Raised in Miami but located in Brooklyn, Jubilee (Jess Gentile) is pretty familiar, one would guess, with the long ribbon of pavement that is the I-95. And on “I-95,” the A-side of her new single for Mixpak, she collapses its expanse into a shuddering amalgam of classic Miami bass and Brooklyn attitude. (Plus, for good measure, nods to the guncocks and klaxons of U.K. grime.) Los Angeles transplant Salva rotates the roadmap 90 degrees and delivers a driving, downbeat-heavy remix that connects the dots between Chicago house and Jersey club. Rounding out the EP, Jubilee’s “Pull Ova” loops police sirens and low-end throb over a coolly percolating jack track, while chopped-up vocals (murmurs, moans, heavy breathing) add an extra layer of suggestion to the late-night vibes.

Read the full piece over at the Spin website and stream the tracks below. Make sure to join us at the Pull Ova release party in Brooklyn next week.

Read an interview with Jubilee at Do Androids Dance.

Announcing: Jubilee – Pull Ova

Pull Ova

We’re excited to announce Jubilee’s second release for Mixpak, Pull Ova, featuring three tracks of Miami Bass inspired goodness, including a remix from our good friend Salva. Watch out for the full stream dropping soon, and the full release will be out on January 28th.

Gypsy Riddim Remix Contest

We just released Famous Eno’s “Gypsy Riddim”, and have decided to give everyone the chance to join in. Eno & Rubi have kindly released both stems and the acapella for “Terminator” for you to remix as you wish. Looking forward to hearing everyone’s submissions, check the details below and get remixing!

Instructions & Rules

1. Download the remix pack here
2. Remix the song (you must use at least a snippet of the acapella)
3. Name your track Famous Eno x Rubi Dan – Terminator (enter remixer name here) and then upload your remix to our Soundcloud dropbox, adding “Gypsy Riddim remix contest” in the tags.
4. The winners will be selected by Mixpak and streamed on our site. We will announce and message the winners.


1st place: A custom ‘Terminator’ dubplate from Rubi Dan, where he works in your production / DJ name into the track for use in your DJ sets, soundclashes and mixtapes. You will also win a Mixpak goody bag!

2nd place: Mixpak goody bag filled with merch!

3rd place: Mixpak logo tee, pin & stickers.

Deadline to submit your entry: Friday 17th January 2014

Support the original version here.