Fresh tender folk/soul, 1966 harmonic RnB and 1971 choral gospel.
Honeyed soul from a Sydney duo out on Otis.
70s London virtuoso jazz, 00’s Atlanta hip hop to 2010 Amsterdam soul and 2019 west coast soulful house.
A snapshot of a cross-regional music practice that matched traditional influences and creative technologies.
An unreleased material mix from the NYC record store owner and label founder Tom Noble.
An exploration of the space between soul and grime on newly-founded label Síbín.
Four voices in the East Sussex woods, covering Frank Ocean’s ‘Blonde’.
Paris-via-Lagos dubby afrobeat, lo-fi Margate indie and gospel-indebted soul.
Caribbean finds that span Beguine, Compas, Cadence, Afro-Cuban and Salsa from the Belgian DJ and FCL member.
A homage to the multi-instrumentalist, arranger, producer and pioneering force in jazz funk.