Day two of the 2010 Big Chill extravaganza was my first full day on site and by the time I was up and about the action was already well underway.
Get this, Will ‘Quantic’ Holland brings dub and reggae flavours to his Afro-Latin American Quantic Presenta Flowering Inferno project; who much better can it get?
“Jammer’s template is focused to the point of feeling limited at times but the tunes have a velocity that crackles..”
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.
“The late, great Charlie Gillett had a passion for music”, Mark Coles, BBC World Service, June 2010.
Anyone would we’re at war as I keep hearing folks saying, “Turn That Light Out” but it’s all to do with Stac’s fantastic debut album that’s coming out on Monday.
Welcome to the circus where none of the clowns cry!
As this CD was in the window of Universal Sounds this week, that was enough of a recommendation for me and they didn’t let me down.
Be part of the Dub Pistols’ chart hijack and download their latest ‘Ganja’ NOW!!!!!!!!
African music has more than its fair share of triumph-against-adversary stories. While the best-known and astonishing of these of recent years must be the disabled Congolese street band, Staff Benda Bilili, another ensemble to make inspirational music out of staggeringly bleak circumstances, Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars, deserves equal attention.
As all readers of FLY Global Music will tell you, it’s very rare that any of the major record labels know what is what; and he’s another case in point, the fantastic Eva Be.
Fans of Isaac Hayes’ Shaft soundtrack will recognise the title, but would they recognose this version from Brighton’s Richie Phoe?
For some folks Christmas can’t come soon enough but here’s something that will even make bar humbugs happy as Strut get some real groovin’ tunes on this brand new compilation.
Fancy some autumnal sunshine and great free music then you should be here at Womad’s Gran Canaria festival!
In these days of global warming apocalypse warnings, what we need is a Solar Life Raft for emergencies, luckily DJ /rupture and Matt Shadetek are here to rescue us.