By Gerry Hectic on July 5, 2011
This entry is filed under Europe: Reviews and tagged Big Chill, Finn Peters, Flying Lotus, Four Tet, Ghana, Gilles Peterson, house, jazz, Matthew Herbert, Mount Kimbie, Ninja Tune, Penguin Café, SBTRKT, Slowfoot, South.
By Gerry Hectic on December 1, 2010
This entry is filed under Europe: Reviews and tagged Benji B, Big Chill, bossa nova, Brazilika, Brownswood, compilation, Dilla, Dingwalls, dOP, dubstep, Egypt, Emanative, festival, Flying Lotus, Gilles Peterson, Gotan Project, Havana, jazz, John Peel, Jose James, London, Marc Rapson, Mark Pritchard, Matthew Herbert, Modal, Portico Quartet, rob, Roots Manuva, tango, Worthy. | 1 Comment
With 10 years under his BBC DJing belt, what better time to have “A celebration of his syndicated Radio Show” on 2 CDs?
By Gerry Hectic on March 21, 2010
This entry is filed under Europe: Reviews, US/Canada: Reviews and tagged China, Daedelus, Europe, festival, Flying Lotus, Gaslamp Killer, London, Luke Vibert, Ninja Tune, Samba, soundtrack, South, Swimming.
Check it out live
- Artist: Soundcrash with Daedelus + Luke Vibert
- Date: Wednesday, September 7th 2011
- Time: 9:00pm
- City: Soundcrash with Daedelus + Luke Vibert in London
- Venue: Koko
- Address: Koko, 1A Camden High Street
- Venue phone: 0870 432 5527
- Country: UK
- Admission: £9.50 Early Birds, £15 advance,
- Notes: Daedelus + Luke Vibert + Kutmah + Hidden Orchestra
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Brainfeeder in London! Red Bull Music Academy has done the unbelievable and have hauled all of the Brainfeeder crew over for a massive bash this week.
By Gerry Hectic on February 10, 2010
This entry is filed under Europe: Reviews, US/Canada: Reviews and tagged Brownswood, dOP, Flying Lotus, Gilles Peterson, Havana, jazz, Jose James, Kode9, Robert Glasper.
By Gerry Hectic on June 7, 2009
This entry is filed under Europe: Features and tagged Africa, Big Chill, Brownswood, compilation, Deborah Jordan, Dom Servini, Dr, Dwight Trible, Emanative, Flying Lotus, funk, Gilles Peterson, house, jazz, Jordan, London, Marc Rapson, Mr. Beatnick, Pharoah Sanders, podcast, reggae, rock, soul, Straight No Chaser, Sun Ra, Terry Callier, Tony Allen.
We’ve loved everything on One-Handed Music that they’ve released so far and now they’ve release their first album by their prime dreamer, Paul White.
By Gerry Hectic on March 20, 2009
This entry is filed under Europe: Reviews and tagged Bullion, compilation, Dorian Concept, dub, dubstep, Fatima, Flying Lotus, Georgia, Gilles Peterson, Hudson Mohawke, Pinch, Plastic People, rap, Roots Manuva, Simbad, soul.
In poker, what is known as the nut hand is the strongest possible you can have and for this compilation, a certain Mr. Nut has made the equivalent with these 22 tracks that he’s dealt us from the top of the beat pack.
If you still haven’t found The Long Lost, this is the place to find them in their lovely brilliance
By Gerry Hectic on January 18, 2009
This entry is filed under Europe: Reviews, US/Canada: Reviews and tagged blaxploitation, compilation, Egypt, Flying Lotus, Hint, James Pants, jazz, Jose James, Modal, reggae, Roots Manuva, Seun Kuti, soul, soundtrack.
Somewhat of a clumsy name and title here but it’s time to take that first step on the road to some hot Brooklyn based soul-jazz-funk as it’s not to late to catch up with this Worldwide All-winner top 20 album.
You may recall the last Broadway Project’s album was In Finite on Grant Central Records. That was in 2005, so it’s about time Dan Berridge (who is the Broadway Project) released a new album on the eagerly awaiting public.
By Gerry Hectic on December 30, 2008
This entry is filed under Europe: Reviews and tagged Afrobeat, dub, dubstep, Egypt, Flying Lotus, Gilles Peterson, James Pants, Jose James, King Cannibal, Ninja Tune, Roots Manuva, Seun Kuti, Toddla, Toddla T. | 2 Comments
The Qemists have been plugging away for years so who’d have thought they’d get busy with Rolex boy himself, Wiley on a very early track of the year? Dem Na Like Me but we like it lots.
One of the best album titles of the year so far and not only that, Natural Self proves that he has mastered the art of vibration and sees a return to his original label, Tru Thoughts.
By Gerry Hectic on July 12, 2008
This entry is filed under Europe: Reviews, US/Canada: Reviews and tagged Big Chill, Bullion, compilation, dubstep, festival, Flying Lotus, Gilles Peterson, jazz, London, Ninja Tune, soul, The Bug.