‘This is a journey into sound…’ These familiar words, accompanied by the rumble of a distant train, signal the opening of “Let’s Take A Trip“, the sophomore album from Terrel Wallace aka Tall Black Guy.
Mndsgn adorns Joyce Wrice & Kay Franklin’s ‘Rocket Science’ with a rush of synths and Rhodes and timeless ’80s r&b, all here for your summer dial.
Rhythm Section International Presents. Four years ago a banger with the name of “Spark up the phillies“ was brought to our attention, quite possibly through listening to one of the homie, Paul Pre’s mixes.
There’s a well-worn phrase that moochers and slackers trot out to justify their lackluster output of anything in general that goes something like: “Nobody ever died saying they’d wished they worked more.“
Archie Fairhurst, aka Romare, gets amorous with his second album.
Think: Herbie, Miles, Mahavishnu, Cobham – Yusseff Kamaal take ques from the anything-goes spirit of ‘70s jazz-funk.
27 Karat Years – a time-travel to 1970s planet earth. Henry Wu & Tito Wun take the listener on a worldly journey with this collaborative release, recorded over seven days in the legendary former Kraftwerk studio “Electro Müller” in Düsseldorf, 2015.
Dil Withers provides another masterpiece for the beat ages. Dil Withers has been making noise ever since his emergence in 2013 on a split tape with Ohbliv (Dil ‘Blivers). Residing in Seattle, WA, Dil has been thriving in the town’s rich vinyl scene,
From Istanbul with love. Turkish artist Kerem Akdag’s combined expertise as a drummer and producer is audibly apparent in the latest DTW release, “Loungin“.
Get ready for a bizarre ride. Psykhomantus presents “Strange U: The Strange Universal Mixtape” as part of the “As Seen On VisionBombing” mix tape series. Take a Bizarre Ride to the sounds of Dr Zygote and King Kashmere who make up the group Strange U.
When you’re high, fears, obligations, and stress melt away. If music happens to be playing, that seems to be the only thing that matters at the time.
Introducing: Kadhja Bonet With a voice like September rain and the lightest touch in arrangements, Kadhja Bonet. is one of our favorite recently discovered singer-songwriter figures. Her angelic voice and songwriting skills are simply unreal.
You already know the name. In February 2015, singer/rapper Anderson .Paak and producer Knxwledge released a song called “Suede,” a brash, shit-talking ode to good smoke and fine women, set atop a looping Gil Scott-Heron sample.
The Do Your Thangs deliver textured, atmospheric, electronic R&B jams. “One Plus One” is the five track debut EP by Melbourne band The Do Yo Thangs – a collection of sensual slow jams and bumping future soul dominated by rich, four-voice harmonies.
New Artist Gaze upon the horizon as the lungs of the universe expand and contract, and into your ears will drift the The Breathing Effect’s soundtrack to the respiration of the ocean.