Gilles Peterson announced on his show this morning that he was going to do a special show to celebrate Ninja Tunes’ 20th Birthday “as one of the most consistant labels” but there’s lots more than that going on!
Fans of DJ Vadim will be more than the master has lost none of his imaginashun after his recent illness, even if his spelling is bad, U Can’t Lurn Imaginashun is well up to his musical standard with loads of special guests.
This is the fourth helping from the Supperclub from their ‘nine sins’ menu. Compiled and mixed by Supperclub’s own DJ Alan Luna with artwork by Krijn van Noordwijk, you can guarantee the 2CD set is a something your friends will be jealous of you having it.
We loved the idea of The Soundcatcher and this Extras edition is just as good
A couple of years ago Flowriders released their debut album on an unsuspecting world. R.U.E.D.Y. is the long-awaited followup and this week it’s released for a suspecting world
Head of Best Seven records and Berlin based DJ, Daniel W. Best must have been really busy as it’s been three years since the first Selections compilation came out. Don’t worry, Vol. 2 has definitely been worth the wait
I love the idea of a sound catcher, someone along the lines of a musical lepidopterist, running around with a net picking out the best beats and pinning them down in an album.
Continuing our short series on the best of Scandinavia, we’re off to Stockholm for some leftfield choices that find favour in Sweden’s best-known club.
One Self is DJ Vadim (Russia/UK), Yarah Bravo (Sweden/Brazil) and Blu Rum 13 (US) — a veritable United Nations of funky hip hop. So what happens when three independent forces join for a common project? If this LP is anything to go by, the answer is a record you just love to love