Featuring music and interviews with folksy jazz-infused Nostalgia 77 and soul renaissance man Gabriel Garzón-Montano, plus Brazilian pop by Glue Trip, Polish electronics by UKU, and the outerworldly sound of @Peace from New Zealand. We also air new treats from Tiny Isles, Black Milk, and Ingmob.
Japan’s Dub Store record label releases previous unavailable rare rocksteady, ska, dancehall and roots reggae cuts on vinyl and as downloads, too. How did a little shop in Tokyo bring dozens of out-of-print records from King Jammy$, Derrick Harriott, King Tubby and more back into existence?
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Great single after great single… coud the EP that put all those together (plus a few extras) be anything but excellent?
It's a lovely little record.
If you're a fan of Justin Townes Earle's first few albums —or if you just like your singer songwriters to sound like they'd have a hint of whiskey & cigarettes on their breath, plus a bit of dirt under their fingernails— then you should definitely get this EP.
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This EP was recently recommended for a Knighthood, for services to my ears.
Like listening to the Cocteau Twins on steroids. Very very sparkly.