Since his 2006 self-titled debut was released on Hyperdub, Burial has become one of the biggest names in Electronic music with what is now recognised worldwide as one of the most unique sounds to grace the garage scene. For those unfamiliar with Burial (where have you been?!), I recently…
After reading Lianne’s own description as “Nothing like Corinne Bailey Rae or Andreya Triana, but we all have similar hair”, I won’t dare make the musical comparison, tempting as it is…
Previously a young MC as Shawalin and now up-and-coming in the world of spoken word…
If you want to get your beats noticed, there aren’t many better people to turn to than Four Tet’s Keiran Hebden. And there are few better ways than to hand-deliver it to him after a set. That’s what Caleb Waterman did at London’s Plastic People and now he’s signed to Hebden’s label Text. Winter Turn Spring is a prime cut of 2-step, brought alive with some great vocal sampling and scratchy bass. Sit back and let it take you away.
Who better to christen Stamp.TV Interviews that Ned Younger of Monument Valley…
Here’s the first session we ever filmed, at London’s St. Giles in the Field Church…
Altanta-based songstress Staycen is a super-talented soul-queen with a platinum egde. Mystifyingly, she’s unsigned, yet pouring out vibes that’ll wash you straight back into the early noughties ‘golden-age’ of RnB. There’s not too much information on Staycen yet, so I have no interesting facts to offer, except that her EP is free to download at http://staycen.bandcamp.com/ and I haven’t been able to get the chorus of Feel ‘Ya out of my head for weeks. So listen below at your own peril, you have been warned!
…including tracks from Frank Ocean, Submotion Orchestra, Jhené Aiko and many more!
Jazz virtuosos Vels Trio register their debut EP with ease.
An improvised jazz mini LP on Money $ex Records.
FXHE associate Brian Kage with Derrick May-esque drama for Chaval Records.
Moody jazz and Moog noodling meets 2-step-infused house.
Esa shouts his South African roots on a debut EP for Dekmantel.
A 12-minute boogie marathon from the former Bugz In The Attic member.
The first DJ mix in 20 years from the Sound Signature associate.
Early 1970’s Californian funk and rare 1980’s soft rock boogie.
Edit king Kon with 45 minutes of funk, disco, soul and rare groove.
Afrosynth Records boss, spearheading the bubblegum & kwaito resurgence in SA.
3 hours of favourite riddims and version from the Ninja Tune & Solid Steel co-founders.
1976 Brazilian hill-top jazz & 1985 Nigerian afrobeat funk.
The collective Cazeria Cazador, talk us through Santiago’s underground music scene and the city’s best gems.
Indonesian producer and Midnight Runners boss, Munir, takes us around his luscious city of Bandung, West Java.
Living in a city better known for its…