Pat Van Dyke, in some circles better known under his producer alias PVD, first came to prominence as one half of Lux DeVille alongside emcee 8thW1, and has since worked with a string of rhymers, evolving his jazz oozing live-instrumentation based sound. Now he got an album with the underrated John Robinson in store, and he just released his own instrumental debut, "Technicolor Hi-Fi" that's already critically acclaimed (in fact it's more of a jazz album than an hip-hop LP, but hey you sure don't see me complaining!)
With all this new music on the horizon it's only right that Elementality Records and PVD have decided to drop a 25 minutes mix for fans, highlighting some of Van Dyke's work that originally led him here. The mix features 12 tracks and is seamlessly mixed by DJ MentPlus. Included are both classic productions and previously unreleased material, making the mix work well both as an introduction to new fans and a welcome satisfaction to those who already follows the man and his music. Enjoy!
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