Brand new music by Stratus, The City and Horses, and Free The Robots. We explore tracks from Portugal care of Papercutz and Marta Ren, go to Turkey with El Mahdy Jr, and air The Binary Cumbia Orchestra from Argentina. Scrimshire speaks words of wisdom and Dolly Gillmore drops vintage soul.
During its initial ’90s lifespan, Bikini Kill was as much radical crusade as independent rock band—a group that came to stand for an entire generation of feminist punk. Now, the ex-members are running their own label, reclaiming and reissuing their influential catalog, and placing the music front and center.
A really creative and absorbing pop record, recorded on a USB-microphone in various places around the world. Travel is a magical thing and Ryan Henry has captured it perfectly here.
Debut compilation from a new UK-based collective featuring some of the best bands around just now. Lofi, scuzzy and brilliantly infectious, it's a really impressive start and a great listen throughout.
Spotted from the Bandcamp homepage, this is a great cover - perhaps even more so because it is instrumental. Good to let the horns do the talking, sometimes.
A beautiful EP - vocally, musically, and lyrically, this gets a regular play. Reminds me of early India Arie, yet Ayanna clearly has a style of her own. Like it so much I bought copies for my girlfriends.
Laid back vibes, piano, guitar and Latin flavours all concoct a perfect wigged out special dedication classic. Reminds me of Harvey Mason and 80's soul classics, with a big oooph! waiting to knock you out and make your heart sing.