We’ve been sitting on this for a while, but here’s our interview with Benjamin Francis Leftwich backstage…
To celebrate Michael Kiwanuka’s crowning as the BBC Sound of 2012 this Friday (who we wrote about back in May 2011, by the way), we thought we’d bring you another Soul singer who might have slipped under your radar.
Here is the second part of our Paul Thomas Saunders session, with The Trail Remains Unseen…
What better way to mark the beginning of a new year than with some fresh young talent from Chicago that you are bound to hear a lot of in 2012. The 18 year old MC has been cooking up a bit of a storm in the Chi-town area, pairing quick-fire lyrics with breezy flows. His forthcoming project 10day is a concept album based on a 10 day suspension handed down to Chance during his senior year of high school – an idea not too dissimilar to that of other Chicago-born rapper Kanye West and his debut, The College Dropout. Looks like Chance has chosen the right path to greatness…
Knxwledge has to be one of my favourite producers at the moment, always blending copius amounts of high-grade Soul, Hip-Hop and RnB records into his Synth-Hop style production…
Released on January 1st 2012, Patrick Loggins a.k.a. Time Wharp has wasted no time in unleashing pure unadulterated sonic joy to the world in the form of track yrLyf.
A celebration of dance floor epiphanies on Swiss label Proxima.
A woozy, soulful pop take on Noire & Blanche.
Architectural compositions on the producer’s debut EP for Room II Records.
Dubbed folk and electronica to 2000 London IDM and 80s Japanese soulful funk.
Four hours of sun kissed boogie, disco and soul from the Melbourne party veterans.
70s nostalgic ambient and minimal dub to Swedish experimental poetry and early 1900s opera.
Katia Mullova explores the lessons we might learn from Coronavirus lockdown to create a more environmentally-friendly gig economy and community at large.
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.