Dublin beatmaker Sal Dulu releases a soulful slice of chill-hop just in time for summer with new track ‘Antasma’. With the power of streaming sites, Soundcloud, Youtube and the general Internet, searching for new music can sometimes feel overwhelming these days. … Continue reading Sal Dulu – Antasma
New tracks from the likes of Analogue Africa, featuring a re-release of Brother Valentino’s 1979 single “Stay Up Zimbabwe”, Berlin diggers Money $ex Records, a brand … Continue reading just//COS – Indian Wells, House Of Disco, Momo Joseph, Money $ex Records, Analogue Africa & more
Timbre Concerts brings Alex Giannascoli, better known as (Sandy) Alex G down to the intimate Cobalt in Vancouver’s east side for a two hour delve into his back catalogue. (Sandy) Alex G, formerly Alex G, changed after a recent rebranding from Domino … Continue reading (Sandy) Alex G @ The Cobalt Vancouver
For the latest instalment of our ‘Culture Talks…’ interview series, we caught up with London-based producer Henry Wu. Coming to prominence as one-half of Yussef Kamaal … Continue reading Culture Talks… An interview with Henry Wu
Toronto-based producer and rapper K-HAM CA releases latest mixtape Astro Traveling 2: Albatross Hill, a journey through space and time as he explores acceptance and notions of success. With only a handful of mixtapes to his name, Khadeem Hamilton better known by … Continue reading K-HAM CA – Astro Traveling 2: Albatross Hill
Get down to Ealing Jazz festival on the weekend of the 29th of July to be met by the delights of saxophonist Kenny Garret and his quintet. With past collaborations including Sting, Q tip and Herbie Hancock you cannot afford to … Continue reading Ealing Jazz Festival 2017 host The Kenny Garrett Quintet and Ebo Taylor
Timbre Concerts brings UK electronic duo Mount Kimbie to The Imperial Vancouver, back on the road off the back of their latest string of singles. It has been some time since Mount Kimbie graced us with new material, their last … Continue reading Mount Kimbie @ The Imperial Vancouver
Bombay Bicycle Club frontman Jack Steadman returns with another new track from his side project Mr Jukes, this time featuring the soulful vocals of Charles Bradley.
After announcing the hiatus of Bombay Bicycle Club, Jack Steadman picked up where he left off on his Soundcloud account, over the last six years he has quietly been putting out his own material and remixes including Ol’ Dirty Bastard. Changing his moniker to Mr Jukes, Steadman has already given us a glimpse of his latest album ‘God First’, releasing ‘Tears ft Alexandria’ and ‘Angels/Your Love ft BJ the Chicago Kid’, which sounds like a Gorillaz track that never got made.
The latest cut has to be the best of the bunch so far, sampling a slice from the late American jazz-guitar player of the same name, it’s a gospel-soul-pop anthem. Charles Bradley also returns after taking some time out, recently battling Cancer. Check out the video below directed by Anna Ginsburg & Parallel Teeth.
Check out some of Jack Steadman’s earlier productions from his Bombay Bicycle Club era, sounding more like Joy O.
Best Friend are back to their tricks and give us a glimpse of how their time locked away behind studio doors has been spent. Titled ‘Weekend with Best Friend’, the second mixtape from the London beatmakers marks an accomplished return – available … Continue reading Best Friend release new material: ‘Weekend with Best Friend’
London based party organisers Percolate were kind enough to take time out of their schedule to have a chat and contribute to the latest interview in … Continue reading Culture Talks… Percolate