Travelling from future soul in London to early 80’s Ghanaian highlife.
Stern keys on a slowed down hip hop beat
Dreamy introspective vocals glide over the Internt’s beats.
10th installment of one of London’s most credible music awards ceremonies.
Top tracks according to Belgian beatsmith and Time To Express label owner.
Soul-invoked jam by fresh Brooklyn hip hop duo.
An exciting new voice for UK soul with just the right about of reverence to the US greats.
Melodic breaks on a mini album for Secretsundaze.
Soothing jungle-influenced breaks on South Londons YAM Records.
80s Japanese synthpop on Jazzy Couscous’ second Kumo No Muko compilation.
A spontaneous space rock improv from the project of Mystic Jungle and Rico Milord.
Heavy drum programming, swirling toms and groove-fuelled rhythms on Matias Aguayo’s Cómeme.
The man behind the Strangelove Music label explores the junctures between organic and synthetic.
Swedish ambient jazz, 2003 reggae electronica and soothing Japanese new age.
Homegrown Celestial Lovers Rock from the Emotional Rescue, Response and Especial head.
Recline through Napoli-via-Berlin jazz-funk, L.A. boogie-RnB and downtempo soul.
A mix of “tropical / not-so-tropical” finds from the founder of Brussels’ Crevette Records.
Emotional Saharan vocalism, 70s US funk and new Nigerian-American neo-soul.
Walking us through the stunning Indian Ocean island…
Hong Kong mix, plus interactive map and favourite spots around town.
Showcasing Bulgaria’s rich heritage and vibrant present from a DJ who counts Zip as a fan.