A few months ago Odd Future announced that a new group, The Internet, had been born into their camp of madly talented wolves. Comprised of Syd Tha Kyd (the group’s live DJ and sound engineer) on vocals and Matt Martian on production, they seem to be skating down yet another musical path that I can only describe as ‘Odd Future RnB’…
Before he played The Fleece in Bristol last week, York singer-songwriter Benjamin Francis Leftwich…
…including tracks from Jay Electronica, Little Dragon, Domo Genesis, Sepalcure and many more!
Let’s be frank. In recent years, R&B as a genre has lost all credibility…
Fresh off from a U.S. tour supporting Skrillex, Foreign Beggars invited us backstage to chat…
The mystery is paling slightly but Wu Lyf’s charming volatility is still affecting. The controversy over their indie-credibility probably makes up the majority of their column inches…
1980’s Portuguese new wave on archival label Strangelove Music.
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.
Sydney instrumental hip-hop, 1971 Ohio soul and 2019 Osaka experimental electronic.
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.
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.