The spring revolution continues and as if by some sort of clairvoyance, Nguy?™n L?™’s latest album Songs Of Freedom is right on message
The art of ‘Re’ (as in remixed, reimagined, remastered, etc) hits a new high as Tom Moulton ReGrooves the classic sound of Philly with some mighty remixes that you can’t miss out on.
Welcome to the circus where none of the clowns cry!
Ceu is one of the new wave of Brasilian female vocal talents and two years after her 2007 debut comes another collection of well-crafted, lazy, occasionally edgy, soulful grooves. The album title actually translates as ‘slow, easygoing and leisurely’ so you get the idea, it’s more sofa than party time.
Robert Glasper plays with a dynamism which is quite engaging. Not a dynamic style in the technical sense but a playing with a certain joie de vivre or a lighting of the keys as his large hands stoke little fires on the black and whites
Fans of Tru-Thoughts with instantly recgonise Shapes 09:01 as a Robert Luis labour of love with the massive 29 track double CD showcasing all what’s best about the label and its wide range of artists.
General Midi plugs in the leads for the new album as he starts Operation Overdrive with the latest gear crashing single, ‘Four Million Ways’.
Sub-titled “Collected selections and produced by Glyn Bigga Bush”, that’s a “must have” in our book and not only that, it features some previously unreleased tracks!
So the last time I saw Hint (aka Jonathan James) he was chilling out at the Bill Chill festival last year with his Serato Scratch with some laid back ambient sounds; this year Hint’s got a one woman army comin’ at ya and it’s goin’ to hurt!