Gritty, jazz-inflected deep house from French producer Marc Bianco.
Second up in our selectors series is Ronavdo, joining us from São Paulo for an excursion into classic Brazilian hip-hop, tropical disco and feelgood afro-house.
The head honchos at Claremont 56 are back to celebrate ten years of their label.
Guest contributor Hugh Helmore writes about the highly acclaimed jazz comp on Giles Peterson’s Brownswood Recordings.
Lyon’s eg/gy brings the deep house heat for the first in our selectors series.
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 […]
Some have waited thirty years for this. Picture yourself on the white island, 1989, basking in the soft glow of stimulants and moonlight. A piano house jaw dropper with a velvety helping of balearic nylon […]
Koji Ono weaves balearic, deep house and boogie influences into a sensual poolside tapestry fit for the laziest of afternoons and headiest of sunsets. For fans of classy, jazz-inflected house stylings. Four tracks that roll […]
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. […]