From 1960’s Hindi film music from West India to spacey electronic beats from South London…
Supported by James Blake and Zero 7, you’ve got to hear 20-year-old London-based producer Vegyn.
A selection of some new favourites, reworks of classics and recent rediscoveries in our record collection.
Hopping from Brazilian Jazz to West African Folk, this week’s mixtape is golden.
Win 2 tickets to the Colston Hall, Bristol show and one copy of Who Is William Onyeabor? on vinyl.
Jumping from the experimental soul vibes of Little Dragon to Ghanaian folk to the chilled-out classical of Chopin.
Nice African grooves on this edit from mysterious British producer, Cottam.
Nigerian musician Seun Kuti, spilling out his political views in the colourful Afro-Beat track IMF.
Aphex Twin meets Fela Kuti in Auntie Flo’s choral crossed with tribal edit
Jazzy Middle Eastern and Afro percussion production makes for a trippy and funked fusion sound