For Record Store Day 2014, Rough Trade/Tugboat/What’s Your Rupture reissued this gem of a record from Life Without Buildings.
Blood Orange‘s Dev Hynes gets a remix and video treatment from Adam Bainbridge, aka Kindness. Bainbridge pitches down the original and recreates the classic Minneapolis sound. Bainbridge also enlists Chicago house luminary, Robert Owens to sing a duet with Hynes. The remix makes it more gritty and immediate. The video posits a few questions about how […]
Electro Swing godfathers Bart & Baker give their signature swing house treatment to Scott Bradlee & Post Modern Jukebox’s cover of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ “Thrift Shop.”
The title of this song is what the DC hip-hop community collectively sighed upon finding out that Akil Nadir (aka Cool Cee Brown) passed away last weekend.
I have always liked Eric Clapton’s 461 Ocean Boulevard LP which contains the song “Mainline Florida.”
While many fans of the band cite “Silver Machine” and “Motorhead” as Hawkwind favorites, mine is definitely the heavy “Orgone Accumulator.”
Like some lost Prince outtake, Inc. deliver a nice catchy slice of stripped down funky soul on “Swear.”
Ash Reynolds really kills it on this re-edit called “Into My Life” for his new label venture called Slightly Transformed.
Psychemagik’s remix of Blamma! Blamma!’s slo-mo nu-disco gem, “Zsa Zsa” is a stylish guitar and synth bed, ensuring us (at least for its seven minute length) that the future is a warm and welcoming place.
I don’t know much about Yumi Zouma, but the few songs that I’ve heard from them are enough to garner my attention, including this dreamy one, “The Brae.”