South London word slinger Jesse James Solomon teams up with Jadasea.
1960’s french jazz, dreamy R&B from Columbia and paradise folk from Haiti.
We sat down for a chat with Tel Aviv’s Middle East, archaeological label, Fortuna Records, to talk all about the region and it’s music.
Part of the Jazz Cafe’s 25th anniversary celebrations
45s buyer at Sounds of the Universe with a mix of ultra rare soul jams
K15’s return on Wild Oat’s sister label, No Room for Air.
Akua Naru meets Aaliyah on this London-Nairobi collaboration born from the Extra Soul Perception project.
Grounding soundscapes on Ransom Note Records offshoot Bytes.
A nine-minute Balearic masterpiece on Emotional Rescue.
New York jazz-funk, smooth Rio bossa nova and Belfast boogie.
Dollar bin b-sides treading a fine line between g-funk swagger and molten cheese.
A V Day mix of silky smooth boogie, soul and synth-pop from the Customs member.
Katia Mullova assesses the wider implications of this annual focus on data sharing.
A behind the scenes look at Berlin’s unassuming open air party spot.
An in-depth discussion with Emma-Jean Thackray, Joe Armon-Jones and Nik Colk Void from Factory Floor.