After releasing one of our favourite albums last year, Submotion Orchestra are back with a new single It’s Not You It’s Me. This one pitches at the more frenetic scale of their sound, rather like the brilliant Always
This is a mean old rework of a James Brown classic from one of our favourite Hip-Hop producers, Tall Black Guy
Midnite have been making jazz-infused Roots Reggae since 1989, but we only came across them today via their new album In Awe, released earlier this year.
For fans of Submotion Orchestra looking for that next fix of new music, look no further than…
Today Manchester MC Skittles releases his debut album, Poor In £100 Trainers. Expect politically-conscious lyrics, fast delivery and production from all spectrums of the musical world. A top effort.
‘Evening Chorus offer no pomp nor ceremony but simply pleasant music for those who care to listen’. So says the bio on their website and with that in mind, we won’t beat around the bush and say straight away that if you like folk, then take time to listen to this Cardiff three-piece.
Released just minutes ago from Four Tet’s Soundcloud page, release number thirteen on his Text label sees him collaborating with old sparring partner Will Bevan (aka Burial). First impressions are that it could almost be a solo Burial track.
We first heard Rhye on an excellent mix Robbin Hannibal put together for Gilles Peterson in October last year. Back then they were called Rye and there was no information available on them, except that they were signed to Innovative Leisure. This month they finally released Open, the track that had first caught our eye.
Hip-hop beatmaker, Tall Black picks out his favourite Soul tracks, old and new, for the second in our guest mix series.
What We’re Listening To // Vol.8 featuring the freshest cuts of Instrumental Hip-Hop