Hip-hop production icon Buckwild flips Pharoahe Monch’s “Get Down”—originally produced by M-Phazes—into a jazzy slice of boom-bap that sounds like an unearthed gem from the Golden Era. Heads will no doubt remember their timeless chemistry on classics such as, “Stress” by Organized Konfusion. To complete the cypher, DJ Revolution puts his incredible skills on display with a DITC-themed scratch hook. The remix is available now through all major DSP’s and can be purchased on translucent purple vinyl in limited quantities while supplies last. Cover art is designed by Dewey Saunders (Anderson .Paak, Future), with a label redesign of the classic Blue Note donuts. Copies can be ordered direct via Bandcamp as well as Fat Beats and Coalmine Records’ online stores. Can you dig it?