welcome to the 60s…remixed

Tag: percussion


  • 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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  • SEGURIDAD (GAIKA)

    SEGURIDAD (GAIKA)

    RELEASED 3RD JULY 2020 Favourite track: Maria Unlike anything I’ve heard before…in a good way. As someone who loves discovering UK artists, I was particularly interested in Brixton’s very own Alternative RnB/Dancehall artist, GAIKA. What really caught my attention was his latest album Seguirdad’s cover art that depicted a very neoclassical style sculpture of several […]

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  • BLUME (NÉRIJA)

    BLUME (NÉRIJA)

    RELEASED 2ND AUGUST 2019 Favourite track: Blume A talented set of individuals have crafted an album that has a heavy jazz sound married at times to the sound of Funk or Hip-Hop. Grab a glass of whiskey or wine and take in the sound of modern city sophistication Finding out that Nérija are a jazz […]

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  • COLOUR (JULS)

    COLOUR (JULS)

    RELEASED 26TH JULY 2019 Favourite track: Normal All this percussion used so well will have you moving and discovering a new found love for Afrobeat Wow I’m lucky to have come across another artist from the UK. Juls is a British Ghanian producer who is credited with being among those who are increasing the popularity […]

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  • THE VELVET DITCH (SLAVES)

    THE VELVET DITCH (SLAVES)

    RELEASED 18TH JULY 2019 Favourite Track: When Will I Learn? A fascinating EP that has a Heavy Metal sound, a 60s British Rock sound and a strange Deep South American sound. All delivered with vocals in a very British accent looking at seemingly mundane things made interesting I have had never encountered the London-based (?) […]

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