Brainfeeder crew, TAR boss & FlyLo's tour DJ: PBDY quietly dominates. With 37 (mostly unheard) tracks in a lean 62m, his dazzling/dizzying mix keeps that winning streak up.
About this mix
Lately it's been the best & worst of times. I've been blessed so much to go on tour now with FlyLo all over the world: Europe, U.S., Japan – it's a dream come true. If you told yung Paul back in the day things would be like this I would tell them 'get the fuck outta hereeee.' It's truly amazing to have the family I do.
But also, I've also been dealing with family issues as my mother was in the hospital for 4 weeks. I've been through some shit these last few months/past year or so that I never thought I would. It's created a hell of a beast. I've got a tape coming out soon with Jeremiah Jae and I'm starting my first solo project that will be out later in the year hopefully. That should give you guys a glimpse of what I've seen.
This mix is mostly unreleased upcoming music on my label TAR as well as some unreleased gems from friends + family. Lots of footwork, jungle, dark vibes, things to sweat to & things to give us our hope back.
You guys asked for something special so here it is: a preview of the rest of 2015, a bit of 2016 & few cuts for the heads.
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