Oisima: August Chart 2013

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Oisima: August Chart 2013

It’s been and will be a busy few months for Oisima, his latest single “Everything About You” dropped from his forthcoming album, he played a ‘live’ set at Splendour In The Grass including a freakin’ saxaphone and you’ll catch him at Outsidein Festival as well as supporting Snakadaktals album launch in September.

To get a grasp of the jams this budding beat maker gets down to he’s put together an August Chart for Stoney Roads that bucks and bobs with originals and remixes of both local Australian and international talent.

After playing single launches in Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne and Perth he’ll play three more shows to celebrate the launch off his latest single this Thursday the 15th in Sydney, Canberra on the 17th and in Adelaide at the Knots Festival August 25th.

Hit ‘play’, kick back and enjoy. Be sure to check out Light Years July Chart here.

1. Kyson – Missing Things
One of my great friends & favourite producers, Kyson is incredible.
2. Ladi 6 – Ikarus
Ladi for me is the definition of soul music.
3. Shigeto – Detroit Part One
Dude has always had the illest drums.
4. Jonti – Nightshift In Waltz (Lord Raja Rearrangement)
Lo-fi rework of one of my favourite Jonti tracks, too dope!
5. Andreas – Places (ft. Rejjie Snow)
Amazing production from Andrea matched with the dark vocals of Rejjie makes this song incredible
6. Mmoths – Mmoths – All These Things feat Holly Miranda 
there’s a beautiful momentum in this song that gets me everytime… stunning
7. Beacon – Bring You Back
Delicate dark pop-esque track from one of Ghostly’s finest, Beacon.
8. XXYYXX – You Are Why I Am Invisible
Understated XXYYXX, beautiful choppy jazz beat.
9. Wooshie – Song For My Father
Nobody does percussion like Wooshie, the minimalism in this track is what makes it so damn powerful!
10. Gold Panda – Trust
This is some of the best music from Gold Panda since Quitters Raga way back when.


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