Top Songs by Ta-Ku

Listen to Ta-Ku's top Hip-Hop, Electronica, Funk / R&B songs like Left Alone, Make You Wanna, Love Again from releases like Flume: Deluxe Edition, Do What You Love, Songs To Make Up To on EDM Hunters. Like your favourite songs and videos to make your vote count. What's your #1?
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Left Alone
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Flume, Chet Faker
Flume: Deluxe EditionElectronica
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Make You Wanna
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Ta-Ku
Do What You LoveHip-Hop
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Love Again
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Ta-Ku, Sango, JMSN
Songs To Make Up ToElectronica
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Long Time No See
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Ta-Ku, Atu
Songs To Make Up ToElectronica
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Until Saturday
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Ta-Ku, Tracey, Sango
NorthElectronica
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Sunrise / Beautiful
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Ta-Ku, Jordan Rakei
Songs To Make Up ToElectronica
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Hopeful
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Ta-Ku
Songs To Make Up ToElectronica
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Feel Real
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Movement
Feel Real RemixesElectronica
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Weight In Gold
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Ta-Ku, Gallant
Weight In Gold (Ta-ku Remix)Electronica
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Fall4You
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Ta-Ku, Sunni Colon
Songs To Make Up ToElectronica
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About Ta-Ku

Within just 3 years of operation in his chosen field, Regan 'Ta-ku' Mathews has evolved from a self-taught student of music into a scholar of progressive beat production, cultivating a unique sound that has since resonated to all corners of the globe. As an astute observer of the melodic elements of soul music and the percussive elements of hip-hop, Ta-ku takes influence from pioneering beatsmiths such as J Dilla, 9th Wonder, and DJ Premier.

In 2008, an invite to the prestigious Red Bull Music Academy in Barcelona, taking counsel from the likes of of DJ Toomp, Chuck D, Bun B, Omas Keith and Dennis Coffey and sharing alumni status with artists like Teebs, Onra, Dorian Concept and Pursuit Grooves. The trip was a breakthrough moment for Ta-ku as he channeled his experience and new found motivation to liberate a slew of free beat tapes within months of his return. Shortly after flooding the internet with a diverse array of releases, his output was rewarded with subsequent collaborations involving CyHi Da Prynce (G.O.O.D music), John Robinson, Raashan Ahmad (Paper Chain labelmate), Joe Scudda, Outasight, Kid Daytona, Phil Ade, Raaka (Dilated Peoples) amongst many others. Ta-ku’s work ethic continued to garner worldwide attention and within two years of his return from the Red Bull Music Academy he’d become a regular fixture on countless blogs and online zines, securing himself a prized feature on Giles Peterson’s esteemed Brownswood Electr*c Compilation.

In 2011, Ta-ku aspires to take his hip-hop roots and apply them to further experimentation within the electronic and new soul realms. His musical identity continues to evolve with the progressive nature of the genres he has contributed to, illustrated most recently with a Soulection endorsed 24 mixtape and his debut EP and 12″ releases through PROJECT: Mooncircle and DarkerThanWax respectively.

He has recently released an EP by the name of LATENYC on L.A’s HW&W Recordings in the lead up to his instrumental LP release SCARLETTE. LATENYC is 9 tracks of instrumental future soul music and features Melbourne vocalist Chet Faker. Ta-ku’s second HW&W Release, 50 Days For Dilla, is a compilation of 50 beats made in 50 days by Ta-ku.

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