Monthly Archives: November 2019

SONG OF THE DAY Satans Breed – Laugh Myself to the Grave

Only a band with a name like Satan’s Breed could come up with such a wicked track entitled Laugh Myself to the Grave….and lets face it, if you gotta go, what a way to go eh!!? There is little known … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Ought – Beautiful Blue Sky

Alternative rock combo, Ought were once described by the guardian as “intense and engrossing” and after hearing them for the first time the other day, I’d wholly concur.  Emerging from Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 2011, the post-punk 4-piece consists of … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Human Race – Grey Boy

Originally released by Miami group the Human Race in 1969, this golden little ball of funk offers just over three minutes of pure instrumental groove. Reissued by the fantastic Numero Group a few years back and sampled by DJ Shadow … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Suuns – Make It Real

Hailing from Montréal, Canada and emerging in the summer of 2007, Suuns have been experimenting with their own blends of indie, kraut rock and shoegaze for over 10 years.  Schooled in free jazz and signed to Secretly Canadian in 2010, … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Steve Gunn – Tommy’s Congo

Singer-songwriter and guitarist Steve Gunn has been creating his own blend of psychedelic-fuelled folk-rock for over a decade.  Well versed in his own style of laid-back cosmic Country/Americana, the Brooklyn-based guitar whizz is also known for his jamming-born compositions! For … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY James Brown – Not Enough Room For Storage

A big thank you to blackbeltjonz at 1BTN for introducing me of this gem!!!  Just under six minutes of showering, howling melodic funk, what a treat this is!  A mighty fine instrumental with no need for vocals, the hefty bass … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Sharon Jones with E.L. Fields’ Gospel Wonders – Heaven Bound

Even in her mid teens Sharon Jones was honing her songwriting skills, sharpening her natural musical creative attributes as she began composing music. Today’s song is testament to her raw talent and, coupled with one other track entitled Keys to … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Febueder – Brazillia

A little bit late with this discovery, Febueder only came into my radar this last week! Emerging in 2011 this experimental three-piece (now a two-piece) hail from Ascot, Berkshire and were formed by schoolmates Kieran Godfrey, Harry Summersgill and Sam … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Echocentrics – Gettin’ Away With Your Gal (feat. Bill Callahan)

Fronted by Austin-based two-time Grammy nominated producer & multi-instrumentalist Adrian Quesada, The Echocentrics are a band that fuses an exotic blend of Afrobeat, Latin funk, and Brazilian folk. Emerging in 2011, Quesada constructs interesting cross-cultural songs, often mixing multiple languages, … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Pauline Taylor – Doom

Better known for being one of the primary lead female vocalists for Faithless and for featuring on two of Dido’s albums, UK singer-songwriter Pauline Taylor is to release a new EP later this month.  Entitled Siren and releasing via  Ramrock … Continue reading

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