welcome to the 60s…remixed

Tag: Jazz


  • WILD WEST (CENTRAL CEE)

    WILD WEST (CENTRAL CEE)

    RELEASED 12TH MARCH 2021 Favourite track: 6 For 6 Great production with verses that tell a story accompanied by perfect use of vocal FX and dreamy instrumentals against harder beats and bass.  Central Cee is a name I’ve heard a lot about as a young West London rapper making his mark on the UK scene […]

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  • HOME (RHYE)

    HOME (RHYE)

    RELEASED 22ND JANUARY 2021 Favourite track: Need A Lover The vocals are the kind to totally chill you out as they blend perfectly with the instruments.   Again, I hadn’t heard of Rhye until I came across Home consisting of 13 tracks and cover art depicting a face in a with hair blowing over it […]

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  • WU HEN (KAMAAL WILLIAMS)

    WU HEN (KAMAAL WILLIAMS)

    RELEASED 24TH JULY 2020 Favourite track: Sweet Dreams Saxophone, Jazz drum-kit, cinematic strings…a great collection of instrumental songs. Another artist I had not heard of was British musician, Kamaal Williams, from London who has recently released his 10-track album Wu Hen which I am assuming is a reference to his birth name, Henry Wu. He […]

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  • SONGS OF AN UNKNOWN TONGUE (ZARA MCFARLANE)

    SONGS OF AN UNKNOWN TONGUE (ZARA MCFARLANE)

    RELEASED 17TH JULY 2020 Favourite track: Saltwater This album will transport you to an ancient world where we are in harmony with nature and the spirits of the past. I hadn’t heard of East London-based artist, Zara McFarlane, but looking over her bio, she has already made quite a name for herself in the music […]

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  • NO SONG WITHOUT YOU (HONNE)

    NO SONG WITHOUT YOU (HONNE)

    RELEASED 9TH JULY 2020 Favourite track: can’t bear to be without you This album’s got that classic English Rock/Pop sound with some electronic synths but the lyrics and message are what really counts. HONNE is an English Electronic-Pop duo and whilst I hadn’t heard of them, I saw that they released their album no song […]

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