The Mint Collective

The Mint Collective increases visibility for creative endeavors through music, the arts, live events and conversation.

Our mission is to foster a learning environment through creative expression and exploration.

We ♥ We ♥ music, the arts, creating, traveling, technology, food and drink, laughing and lots more. Its fun, really, sometimes even splendid.

Minty Fam
j. marie
lady j
yawn snoozicka
minty [at] themintcollective [dot] com

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Daisuke Tanabe | B F R 013

Japanese producer, Daisuke Tanabe's music is heavily drenched in love.  His sounds are nothing short of honest, patient, sonic, spacey and melodic. 

Mr. Tanabe just dropped a new gem titled “B F R 013” on his soundcloud a few hours ago that you can listen to below and download here.  Included are also some other streams of his music for good measure.  Keep your eyes peeled for this dude.

Daisuke Tanabe | B F R 013 by The Mint Collective

B F R 012 by Daisuke Tanabe

B F R 08 by Daisuke Tanabe

B. Lewis[ness]

B. Lewis came on the scene a couple years ago and has been bubbling amongst music lovers worldwide ever since. In September 2012, he dropped his La Semaine project - a lovely assortment of glitchy yet ancestral hip hop headnodders. Since then, he’s been banging out EP’s and LP’s like a mad man with 5 releases under his belt.

Today, his Soundcloud was populated with a creative remix of Marble’s “L.L” jam, an already dreamy assemblage of warm synths, symbols and percussion. A hard song to top, but Mr. Lewis pulls it off with style, grace and das bass.