Back for their 4th album, FFD show no signs of ageing badly
1980’s Trinidadian calypso, 1975 Puerto Rican flamenco & 70’s Somalian sounds.
1970’s psychedelic Brasileira, 1983 spacey Italo-Disco & a bona-fide boogie classic.
New bits from Jack J, Harvey Sutherland, 1080p, Archie Pelago, Max Graef & The Black Madonna.
1930’s crackle-ridden Parisian jazz & 1970’s sun-soaked samba from a hill-top favela in Rio.
Rocksteady cover of an Etta James classic.
10 foot-steppers from the world’s most renowned reggae sound system.
Golden curation from Nigerian-born vocalist & Max Graef collaborator.
NYC native & global DJ/producer soundtracks a voyage down the river.
The long-awaited Amy Winehouse documentary gets an East London screening.