The Amsterdam-based DJ and Basic Fingers producer tells a story of love and heartbreak via smooth and uplifting soul, disco, boogie and house.
Zipporah’s latest show blends a feast of global sounds from South African soul to Indian left-field bass.
A 1970 alternate cut of The Beach Boys, 1984 percussive Afrobeat and 1979 sunshine reggae.
Zipporah soothes of any stress with this packed show of healing hip hop, Japanese jazz, Ugandan bass, Ethopian stompers, Pakistani garage, Palestinian beats, Tel Aviv deep cuts and much more.
Orange Tree Edits launch their label with an afro funk rework.
A 3-track edit EP on Razor-n-Tape from the label co-owner.
Taken from Auntie Flo’s new album on Huntleys & Palmers / Kompakt.
A classic afro funk track from 1970’s Cameroon
Wormfood launch their monthly residency with an evening of electronic future soul.
An afro-boogie tribute taken from Banoffee Pies’ debut V/A EP