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SONG OF THE DAY Khruangbin – Maria También

“A vibe-synchronous soul-unit travelling the planet, honing their craft, absorbing the sights, sounds and feels from cultures across the globe, processing them through the Khruangbin filter and gifting the result back…with all the world….. “ If you haven’t yet heard what … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Ash Walker Meets Sweatshop Soundsystem – Bagger (ft. Yazz Ahmed)

I feel like a snake in a basket! One listen to today’s sinuous tune and I’m charmed! London-based producer Ash Walker has been releasing his jazz-inspired, dub-rooted electronic sounds for at least 2 years, so if he isn’t a new … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Roger Robinson – Dis Side Ah Town

If Linton Kwesi Johnson and Tricky are your vibe, you may just find today’s offering right up your street! Roger Robinson is a writer, poet, singer and musician who lives between England and Trinidad.  Often merging the two locations in … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Al Chem – No Hopper

As one half of the Berlin-based electronic outfit, The Elecdrones, Alexander Christou has been making music since the early 80’s.  Creating a sound from a formula he has described on The Elecdrones Bandcamp page as, simple structures, simple beats, coincidence, dedication … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Roger Robinson – Ruins

If Linton Kwesi Johnson and Tricky are your vibe, you may just find today’s offering right up your street! Roger Robinson is a writer, poet, singer and musician who lives between England and Trinidad.  Often merging the two locations in … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Soul Sugar (feat Courtney John) – All I Know

Paris-based Guillaume “Gee” Metenier is an organist/keyboard player and producer who has been releasing music as Soul Sugar for nearly a decade. Mixing psychedelic soul, jazz, funk and early reggae, he collaborates with an all-star cast of musicians from all … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY The Defenders – Our Rights

Five days ago UK reggae label, Pressure sounds released a fantastic compilation album titled, Every Mouth Must Be Fed.  This collection of rarities focuses on the somewhat minor reggae/dub label, Mircon Music which was started in 1971 by Ronnie Burke and … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Black Flower – Artifacts

“Psyche-delicious and accessible 21st century Ethiodubjazz. As if John Zorn put on Fela Kuti’s shoes and imbibed Mulatu Astatke’s whirls” If escaping and drifting away on a chilly Sunday evening is something you could find yourself slightly partial to, then … Continue reading

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SONG OF THE DAY Elite Beat – Los Baez After Midnight

This funky Portland OR. band are an experimental 6-piece whose sound is inspired by world music, their influences deriving from just about any corner of the globe! Coming together nearly a decade ago, Elite Beat have perfected the art of creating … Continue reading

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