The mighty Sharon Jones stops by with her new LP, plus Samy from Analog Africa chats about the adventures of compiling rare tunes in Senegal. Also in the mix, new music from: Australia's Chet Faker, the evergreen Luke Vibert, up-and-coming vocalist Connie Constance, and renaissance man Diggs Duke.
While Deerhoof’s studio albums consistently pack a level of adrenaline that other bands might typically reserve for the stage, Fever 121614 ups the ante by exposing the risks of pulling these songs off live, and reveals the band’s eagerness to throw countless curveballs into their performance.
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I stumbled across Krista by chance and I'm so glad I did - haunting songs with a beautiful voice.
Not sure which is better, the guitar's dissonance, or the fact this song is catchy as hell.
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Effortless, with strong collabs all around. Still waiting for the day K-Murdock disappoints.
These buttery beats go all day long, and the vocal delivery is so on point. Every track, masterful.
Do not pass on this.