The Very Polish Cut Outs : Legacy

Zambon and Kacper Kapsa, both disk jockeys and producers from Poland, came up with an idea of promoting Polish music all over the globe by releasing different compilations, mixes and edits. This is how, in 2010, The Very Polish Cut Outs was born and how during their 6 years of work, impacted and left their mark…

Thom Yorke : Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes

8 years after The Eraser out on XL recocrdings, Thom Yorke self-releases his 2nd solo album along the long time Radiohead producer, Nigel Godrich, and cover artist Stanley Downwood. Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes is a kind of listening experience that is quickly forgotten afterwards…Like a dream, it is intense and is wished to be revived countless times. This…

Yarah Bravo : Love Is The Movement

Love Is The Movement are words from the heart brought out in rhythms by the Swedish-born Chilean/Brazilian Yarah Bravo. This album is all written and vocalised by her and features several contributing wizards, so be prepared for anything. Freedom Fighters is about not giving up and struggle no matter what. Dj Vadim enveloped those words through his beats…

Ishmael : Time & Time Again

Music from the Church White label series; Bristol based artist Ishmael came up with Time & Time Again on March 2015. A 2-track Ep full of deep and the things you need to move. Time & Time Again is a seducing piece of work that would get anyone hooked up. A smooth house feeling, with a jazzy…

Chief & Deheb : Leaf

Leaf is the story of two dynamic producers who combined their forces into creating an instrumental hip hop haven based on Brazillian music samples from their collection. We’re talking about Sébastien Arni a.k.a Chief and the france based, producer and dj, Deheb. The signature of the Brazillian music, i.e the rhythm engaged by the drums,…

Yolke : Real Memories

After Poppy Wash and Syrup, the first two album issued by the artist Yolke, Real Memories Ep is released on Fallopian Tunes. This third installment is rock solid on the drums.. take chilango for instance; the distorted effects and momentaneous guitar playing is going to get you out of any concentration and it’s only the clear handling of…

Gilles Peterson’s Havana Cultura Band : Havana Club Rumba Sessions

Only one month flew by since the release of Havana Club Rumba Sessions by the dj, record collector and brownswood maestro Gilles Peterson. The cuban music has its roots in numerous other countries such as in Africa, Congo and Carabalí. Gilles Peterson, with a global idea, converged to those roots, met up with experienced and esteemed rumba…

Nearly Oratorio : Tin

Simon Lam, member of the band I’lls and Kllo’s half, comes with the Ep ‘Tin’ on his solo project Nearly Oratorio.  The Melbourne based solo project is releasing their magic after quite a time. Nearly Oratorio came with the epic alternative/indie debut album ‘Showers’ in August 2011 and after 5 years ‘Tin’ , which was produced in 2013, is being unveiled on the 11th of April….

In Love With A Ghost : ordinary magic ep

Music from France, although the feeling evokes waves from Japan or even Berlin. Well that’s the magic the independent Paris based artist, In Love With A Ghost, comes up with each of his ep’s. ordinary magic is the second ep by the french artist. This ep, with its berlin kind of beat structure along with lovely vocals,…

milo : so the flies don’t come

So the Flies don’t Come is the latest album by the talented rapper, poet and wordsmith Rory Ferreira a.k.a Milo. This album is one quirky listening experience as humour and contemplation is what you’re going into. On top of that, the unique flow from the first track to the last will surely leave you thirsty for…

MC PINTY : Midnight Moods

Midnight Moods is the first album release of the london based rap artist MC Pinty. This album has everything a hip hop/rap digger is looking for. A great electronic built up along with a perfect british-accented vocal work, is what gets you to leave these songs on repeat. MC Pinty is another rising artist from the south-east…

Amara Touré 1973​-​1980 : A Compilation by Analog Africa

Amara Touré, a forgotten legend, was brought back to light by the German record label Analog Africa. During Amara Touré’s several years with music, he recorded a total of 10 songs which were enough for him to be considered as a legend. Amara Touré’s interpretation of Cuban music was astonishingly incredible and this was how Ibra Kassé, producer…

Toonorth : Melancholy

Melancholy is the first collaboration of Dominic Martin, known as Toonorth, along Urban Wave records. Urban Waves, who is known to host remarkable artist and to offer something different on each release, held their word and brought this tremendous instrumental bag of tunes. Melancholy is a story in itself. From the first track to the last, you…

Contact Field Orchestra : Mapping The Futures Gone By

Mapping The Futures Gone By is the third installment by the California based producer Damon Aaron a.k.a Contact Field Orchestra (CFO). The ‘rustique guitare’ handling present on this album will surely quench your bluesy thirst and country appetite. The free spirited woodwind by Michael Mcdaniel moulds an atmosphere of its own and also simultaneously correlates with…

Al Dobson Jr : Rye Lane Volume II & III

Dropping soon on the 18th of March, Rye Lane Vol II & III  appearing on the Rythm Section record label is the third album by the promising and enigmatic british artist Al Dobson Jr. After having given to the world Sounds from the Village Vol.1 out on Kutmah’s experimental IZWID imprint and the dashing Rye Lane Vol I ,…

Putumayo World Music : Café Cubano

Concerning World genre, Putumayo needs no introduction. Their compilations have been, for many, really informative in terms of discovering musical gems. For the reason that these works are less likely to appear on the current top charts. Café Cubano is one of the Café compilation albums issued by Putumayo. This album has the right waves, enough to…

Pablo Queu : Stoneage

Music out from Condé Nast, Spain; beatmaker and guitarist Pablo Queu comes with his debut Ep Stoneage.  What makes this ep soulful as it is, is for sure the various combination you’ll hear throughout the listen. Beats are for hip hop and the jazz, soul stuff belongs to the rhythms. On top of that folks, album’s free but…

Maribou State : The Clown feat. Pedestrian (Axel Boman Remix)

Another rework of Maribou State’s track and this time, it’s by Axel Boman, which is the man behind ‘Holy Love’ ep that appeared on Pampa records in 2010. ‘The Clown’ featuring Pedestrian on the vocals was as good as gold and now a remix?  Yes please. Order on Bandcamp, with just a click, and let the…

Romeo Moon : Walking / Give Everything

After having laid out the album Wander in May 2014, the alternative/exprimental band Romeo Moon comes with a new 2-track ep ‘Walking/Give Everything’. The Melbourne based collaboration has undoubtedly the ability to leave their fans fascinated by their breathtaking instrumental and vocal skills. Their music has led many of the 90’s rock palates to converge…

Ilyas Ahmed : I Am All Your Own

Nearly one year since the release of this album, even so, Ilyas Ahmed’s meticulous guitar playing still resonate through any ear that has seized the moment to dwell in ‘I am all your own’. The whole album has been recorded using a 4-track cassette recorder, using overdubs, a 12-string and electric guitars. These were the…