Extremely limited dubplate business from On The Corner Records.
A psychedelic excursion into the sonic territory of African acid disco.
Cheekily named Jazzy Couscous have brought out an ambient experiment by Japanese jazz maestro Kazumi Watanabe that got lost somewhere in the 80s. It’s intricate and ethereal, conjuring up rainbow tones in high-fidelity.. Accompanying it […]
Basque edit wizard WLDV delivers four blazing Iberian disco cuts. It’s the first two cuts that really shine with the haunting Arabian electro dance number ‘Ali Mustafa’ that huddles you through bazaars and alleyways in […]
Part 3 goes through songs 31-45 of our introduction to the music of West Africa, delving into the cosmic territories of Nigerian disco, Cameroonian funk and all-out dancing heat from the centre of the Earth. […]
Contrary to popular perception, the music of West Africa is anything but insular. Being on the North-Westerly Atlantic coast of the continent and thus integral to trading since the sixteenth century, West Africa has played […]
Having already broken into the local jazz consciousness with last year’s Chapter 7 EP and the Sun-Ra informed Space Is the Place single, London five-piece Ezra Collective have dropped their anticipated Juan Pablo: The Philosopher […]
I tried to catch Bruxas’ Más Profundo when it first came out in June, but it had already eluded me. This week, Dekmantel have pressed another batch of this transatlantic gem, a balearic Lusophone disco hybrid that […]
Common Edit are a label from Canada entirely dedicated to the art of the edit. As the name suggests, they only release edits, and every time they do, they throw a massive party. If you […]
Berlin-based duo SHMLL serve up four sweet space-tastic disco cuts for the fifth editon of OYE Edits. Having previously put out left-of-centre releases from the likes of Jonny Rock and DJ Uffe, the fifth 12″ […]