Mark de Clive-Lowe presents Church Mixtape Vol. 4 | Free Download

Los Angeles transplant by way of New Zealand bredproducer Mark de Clive-Lowe just released his latest musical installment, Renegades, this past November via Tru Thoughts. The worldly album is the beautiful blending of his UK roots, mixed with his new homeland of LA with features from Sheila E, Nia Andrews, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Omar and Pino Palladino.

Not waiting far between, Mark de Clive-Lowe just released this here mixtape, Church Mixtape Vol.4. The mixtape is essentially an end of the year gift for fans based on his monthly club night event held in Los Angeles and New York– soon to be London as well.  The mixtape features Quincy Jones‘ “Hikky Burr,” Duke Ellington‘s “Caravan,” The Roots and Miguel Atwood-Ferguson‘s “Antiquity,” and Ahmad Jamal’s “One”” just to name a few.

DOWNLOAD: Mark de Clive-Lowe – Church Mixtape Vol. 4

Herbie Hancock – Tell Me A Bedtime Story
Quincy Jones – Hikky Burr
Dizzy Gillespie – Manteca
Bobbi Humphrey – Uno Esta
Duke Ellington – Caravan
Ramsey Lewis – Summer Breeze
The Roots + Miguel Atwood-Ferguson – Antiquity
Verde Amarelo vs MdCL – interlude
Herbie Hancock – Watch It
Hi Tek – LTAH (MdCL’s Rhodes flip)
Teddy Rok 7 – Steady
Ahmad Jamal – One

The LA edition of CHURCH has been resident at Angel’s Piano Bar, but on January 1, 2012 we farewell Angel’s with a special New Year CHURCH there featuring special guests Kamasi Washington, DJ Destroyer and more – the new LA home (and date) for the clubnite will be announced that night. CHURCH LA: January 1, 2012 – Fusicology event page

The NYC edition of CHURCH is resident monthly at Drom in the East Village. Presented in collaboration with Giant Step and Revive Da Live, CHURCH NYC is the 1st Friday of the month and features guests alongside MdCL including: nia andrews, Nate Smith (Dave Holland/Betty Carter), Mark Kelley (The Roots) and more. CHURCH NYC: January 6, 2012 – Drom NYC

We’re super excited for the CHURCH events to come in 2012 including the debut of CHURCH LONDON (word on that closer to the time, late Spring!).