We’ve been dreaming of a new album by Sabrina Malheiros on Far Out Recordings and here it is and it’s very wide awake!
Continue reading Sabrina Malherios – Dreaming
“An infusion of exploding beats, filled with tales of mysterious events, your music reminds of tiny pings of exciting fireworks..of surprises..that’s what I’m trying to say?” And it’s hip-hop on the Brownswood label, that’ll do nicely!
Continue reading Ghostpoet – Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam
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
Wow! At last a new album from Ty and even with a switch from Big Dada to BBE this special kind of Fool is still the star of British rap.
Continue reading Ty – Special Kind Of Fool
Wow! This is an incredible debut solo album by Juice Aleem who won’t be unknown for much longer, this is Mercury Prize winning material!
Continue reading Juice Aleem – Jerusalaam Come
Homecut won’t be news to the good folk of the Leeds hip-hop community, but freedom only comes with the sacrifice of hard work and with this album, he shows that he’s put in the graft to gain get the freedom to preach his words.
Continue reading Homecut – No Freedom Without Sacrifice
The 3CD compilation set across the Ninja family of labels (Ninja Tune, Big Dada and Counter) is the ideal companion to the launch the label’s first club night since Sleath.
Continue reading V/A – You Don’t Know: Ninja Cuts
It’s your 10th birthday so chances are they’ll be a party, cake and jelly. If you’re Big Dada, you celebrate with a carefully compiled 31 tracks of their best bits
Continue reading V/A – Well Deep: Ten Years Of Big Dada Recordings
It might be 30 years since the release of Exodus but if there was any further proof that reggae is now the heart beat of the world, here’s AfroReggae from the favelas of Rio to put forward their gospel
Continue reading AfroReggae – Favela Uprising
“We are going to be talking about the rise and rise of Sa-Ra in a minute but first the travel”, did I hear that right? Has the news of the debut album hit national radio already?
Continue reading Sa-Ra – The Hollywood Recordings
Stockholm’s Markus Enochson produced one of the albums of last year, Night Games. It was a bit of a slow burner but this new 12″ is well hot
Continue reading Markus Enochson – ‘Endless Dance’ / ‘Tonight The Night’ (Remix 12″)
TTC are back with the release of their third album on Big Dada armed with a trio of producers: Para One, Tacteel and Tido.
Continue reading TTC – 3615 TTC
Being the first Tuesday of the month, the Basement Jazz Sessions returned to Brooks Bar in Shepherd’s Bush, West London, with the host act, WTF joined by the Robert Mitchell Trio
Continue reading Basement Jazz Sessions with Robert Mitchell – London (Live Review)
Natalie Williams is one of many Young Soul Rebels that we love to follow at Fly.
Continue reading Natalie Williams – ‘This Girl’ (Remixes)
The last album Upwards was a huge success with tracks like ‘Groovement’, ‘Wait A Minute’ and ‘Oh U Want More’. And I can assure you that Ty with live backing band with Eska Mutungwazi is a great night out of funked up hip hop on the conscious soul tip
Continue reading Ty – Closer