バイブon this from 2017: the first entry of Osaka-based (French) dj & record collector, Dckne’s three part series, digging 1970s Japanese jazz/funk/groove.
Slide into this twenty track survey of the wild Afro-Caribbean vibe that originated in Trinidad and Tobago, prior to leaping to Panama, mutating and taking root in 1950s NYC. Or: a sonic carrouseaux of boozey […]
An imaginary journey back to the lagoon where Hermeto Pascoal, O Grupo, and some butterflies made music in the river. 17 otherworldly tracks from Brazil.
Yuletide sails into Jamaica each year on what the locals call the Christmas Breeze, a slightly crisper air that tends to waft through the island come December. There’s another seasonal harbinger, one that is more […]
The full moon rises and there’s a chill in the air. But why is it RED? A child’s scream in the distance? Surely, just the wind. A crow flies across your path and you stumble […]
If you keep up with the nocturnal doings of Los Angeles, you’re most likely aware of Heat Wave, the weekly pan-global party at Gold Diggers in east Hollywood, hosted by Daniel T. and Wyatt Potts. Along with […]
It’s July, which means it’s time to check in with the third largest of the four Greater Antilles. Enter Bomboclat! Island Soak, Volume 8 – another batch of seasoned sides from the private collection of […]
The return of Country Soul Sisters , part V. The girls are back and this time accompanied by current beaus, used-to-be’s, short-term disasters and life-time partners. All of which produced some of the finest duets in country music. […]
Forcing someone to read a lengthy explication of the music found in the second installment of the Gospel Jubilee would only delay the experience of hearing — feeling — these heavenly, heavenly sounds. Over an […]
In my 20+ years of record digging there isn’t much I haven’t dropped a needle on, but nothing will ever be as near and dear to me as my first love – the psych/folk, English […]