We’ve been inundated with old and new
disco of late but you can’t pass up on this 3 CD set that’s been “compiled with love” as its a fiting tribute to Loleatta Holloway and must have: The Definitive Salsoul Mixes!
Continue reading V/A – Mixology: The Definitive Salsoul Mixes
There’s nothing like it when it comes to UK
Soul legend Omar and if you listened to the latest Gilles Peterson show you’ll know that Omar’s latest album is monster when droppin’ names like Estelle, Angie Stone and Stevie Wonder!
Continue reading Omar – Sing (if You Want To)
Here at Fly we have been enjoying the sounds of
Dennis Coffey of late and now the Detroit break maker has been remixed by a variety of local talent and rappers so we thought it only fair to share a taste.
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‘The Malian Hip Hop prodigy honouring the African youth’ profiled by his international manager and one of his biggest fans Marie-Agnes Beau Continue reading Amkoullel – The Fula Child
Congolese /Belgian rapper
Baloji will make his debut at the Rich Mix on Monday 18 July with Fatoumata Diawara in support but in the meantime catch some of his music here. Continue reading Introducing Congolese / Belgian rapper Baloji
What with the “Produced By
Manu Chao” sticker on the cover and the Metro’s ‘Album of the Week’, what more do you want from SMOD’s third album?
Continue reading SMOD – SMOD
This one is another reminder that Harmless Records is 15 years old and this time it’s a
B-Boy breaks party jam that gets Dean Rudland compilation slip mats moist and funky.
Continue reading V/A – The Breaks: Original B-Boy Street Funk & Block Party Classics
The multi-award winning saxophonist from
Birmingham proves once again that he’s the Courtney Pine of his generation with the new album, The New Emancipation.
Continue reading Soweto Kinch – The New Emancipation
The new album by
Robert Mitchell’s Panacea, The Cusp finds the band in expanded and exceptional form; on the cusp of a classic!
Continue reading Robert Mitchell’s Panacea – The Cusp
Just to say it again, Harmless Records is 15 years old and it’s party time with the meister of the
jazz and funk compilation, Dean Rudland as he gets some classic on the latest Pulp Fusion
Continue reading V/A – Pulp Fusion: The Return Of The Original Ghetto Jazz & Funk Classics
Max Sedgley gets big props from Tor Cesay as they shift things up a gear with the release of new single ‘Sound Boy’.
Continue reading Max Sedgley feat.Tor Cesay – Sound Boy
Can you think Arthur Russell, Chromeo,
Amp Fiddler and George Clinton all at the same time? Me neither but Boohgaloo Zoo’s debut album comes fairly close to it; give it some P- Funk boys.
Continue reading Boohgaloo Zoo – Boohgaloo Zoo
In the long tradition of not judging CDs by the cover, Grammy nominee and esteemed
jazz vocalist Nnenna Freelon has re-interpreted the jazz vocal of the great American Songbook.
Continue reading Nnenna Freelon – Homefree
A few years ago
Max Sedgley was Mr. Happy with his worldwide super hit but it’s been a while since then; but is suddenly everything alright again?
Continue reading Max Sedgley – Suddenly Everything
En anglais this translates as
No One Knows About Persian Cats and the film by Bahman Ghobadi won a special jury prize at Cannes Film Festival last year and this is the equally good soundtrack with the film on release later this week.
Continue reading V/A – Les Chats Persans (OST)