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Audio Texture

  1. Barcelona, Spain
  2. Electronic
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  1. Tokoliana / L.O.V.E.
    by KOKOKO!
    Tokoliana Tokoliana
    The freshest modern African fusion project around. Can't wait for more recordings to become available and to check the live show.
  2. First Flight
    by Tetherdown
    Wingbeats Wingbeats
    Deep dronescape action with a subtle edge
  3. Polarity Prism EP
    by KAJAMA
    Crabs & Crows (Prod. Broken Pulse and Nandi) Crabs & Crows (Prod. Broken Pulse and Nandi)
    Exciting adventures in girl powered African future soul
  4. Transfer Of Entity
    by The Camelwalk
    Love To You Love To You
    Frankly quite and incredibly deep underground leftfield house EP. Every track blows me away
  5. Simba Dub ( Edit )
    by Cherrystones
    Funky, slightly distressed Afrobeat dance floor winner
  6. Dead and Gone
    by 79rs Gang
    Swinging percussive tribal dance floor spiritual winner.
  7. Les Sourdes Oreilles
    by Cosmic Analog Ensemble
    Pourparlers Pourparlers
    Another excellent Mybags fusion project with some nice cinematic arrangements reminiscent of all those classic 60/70's film scores
  8. Tumbalá feat. Tempo Alomar (Auntie Flo Dub)
    by Bosq
    Deep hypnotic Afrobeats, one for the deep floors
  9. Tumbalá feat. Tempo Alomar (Auntie Flo Remix)
    by Bosq
    Deep hypnotic Afrobeats, one for the deep floors
  10. So Good
    by Al Kent
    Pure feel good soul vibes
  11. 92elm - Fixate
    by Night Owl Collective
    Synth soaked bass heavy future hip hop beats
  12. The Search
    by Collocutor
    Arrival LIVE Dubplate Version Arrival LIVE Dubplate Version
    A bit freer and gently experimental than the first album with the percussion and grooves relegated slightly, making a more contemplative, sonically diverse listen to the first album. Another fine effort but a maybe a little surprising to those wanting more of the same. Personally I'm enjoying the ride
  13. ION EP
    by Jack Lion
    Start in the Middle Start in the Middle
    Fresh modern electronic jazz fusion. Will drop a tune in the show.
  14. Temptations (Original Mix)
    by Ray's Keys
    Proper deep house music - for the head as well as the feet. Will drop this in the show.
  15. Extended Family Comp 1
    by 1432 R
    Seed Sound Seed Sound
    A great collection of leftfield house joints from this excellent, innovative label and all money going to a good cause. What are you waiting for? Will drop a tune in the show.
  16. Pick Up
    by Bastien Keb
    Pretty much continuing where he left off with his One Handed Music debut Keb delivers another trademark slice of his idiosyncratic soul. Will support in the show
  17. Kunta Kinte (dub plate mix)
    by The Revolutionaries
    Classic and legendary dub from the golden age of reggae
  18. C.O.O.L BAND / MANZANEM 7"
    A wonderful slice of super soulful early house Larry Heard would have been proud of and some respectable lo-fi machine boogie on the flip.
  19. Ever since the fall EP
    by Olivier St. Louis
    Fall In Love Fall In Love
    Watch out for this boy. He's the real soul deal but putting a pleasing personal twist on the genre. Radio support coming up...
  20. Julie Byrne
    by Julie Byrne
    Emeralds Emeralds
    Lovely psyche tinged, drifting, ambient folk fusion which bodes really well for her new album in 2017
  21. Lonely Planet
    by Tornado Wallace
    Healing Feeling Healing Feeling
    Quality, lazy and hazy soundtrack for stoned states of mind near (preferably warm) sea views.
  22. Our Space Secrets
    by Hector Plimmer
    Saturn's Lullaby Pt.2 Saturn's Lullaby Pt.2
    Wonderful laid back idiosyncratic beats and pieces to not quite nod your head to
  23. Anticipation of an Uncertain Future
    by Various Artists
    #4 – Covarino/Incorvaia #4 – Covarino/Incorvaia
    If you don't already know this is a great introduction into the audible joys of Preserved Sound and their weird and wobbly world of mute neo-classical, ambient, psyche tinged noodlings.
  24. Just Do You
    by Lord Echo ft Mara TK
    Pure feel good sunshine boogie vibes to put a smile on your face even with Trump as president
  25. Today is The Day(hot mix)
    by Frazelle
    This is an incredible slice of super soulful laid back disco that would get even Drake and Bieber fans doing a soul train.
  26. Inhouse E.P
    by Free Arts Band
    Free Arts Band - Cool Grey Free Arts Band - Cool Grey
    Quirky, lo-fi, leftfield, future Balearic house not house or something like that. Can I just say that it is different and very good? Will support in the show for sure
  27. The Feel
    by RC & the Gritz
    I'll Be Waiting For You I'll Be Waiting For You
    The future of soul is right here and being played live with a full band, is currently not being televised but they're inevitably going to move on up. Will drop a track on the show.
  28. Beletronic
    by Claude Rodap
    Hiwa Hiwa
    3 cuts of leftfield, tropical tinged Balearic house ready to warm your toes on a cold winter's night. Will be dropping a tune in the show for sure.
  29. B.E
    by Max Graef
    Trippy, wobby, funky future disco booty shaker from Max Graef. Going to drop it in the show...
  30. Alma Vox - Theme II
    by Alma Vox
    Emotional, keys and synth heavy, end of night, slo-mo, Balearic, horn kissed winner that is going straight in the show but which will also be a big tune for me in the forseeable future.
  31. Wondem Remixed
    by Dexter Story
    Xamar (Stomach Club Reflix Ruff 03) Xamar (Stomach Club Reflix Ruff 03)
    Remix projects of good albums don't always turn out well but this is a carefully chosen bunch of producers tasked for the job who've obviously put love into their work and unfailingly come up with deep, interesting twists on the original material. Well recommended and will support in the radio show.
  32. Egon Schiele
    by Greg & Ed
    This is emotional future hip house for the comedown crew who've just finished raving, pulled out their rizzlas and realised they've all stuck together like a roll of toilet paper. Killer tune and will support in the show.
    appears in 1 other collection
  33. Dourados
    by Ruspo
    urucum, genipapo e corante urucum, genipapo e corante
    I'd forgotten about Ruspo & noticing him in my feed tonight put an instant smile on my face as I loved his first LP so much & his sophomore album does not disappoint. Despite the serious subject matter highlighting Sposati's brave journalism & more melancholic tone the album is still full of breezy, lo-fi, Brazilian charm and a pleasure to listen to start to finish, this will be my Sunday soundtrack all day tomorrow. Straight in the show & hopefully it won't be 3 years until the next one.
  34. Le Train Enflamme
    by Breakplus
    This is quality, deep, dark yet soulful, lysergic, late night (Bollywood) cinematic, chugging disco. Full support and radio play coming up
  35. SumoTreats
    by SumoChief
    Cosmic Reaction (feat. Joel Bailey) Cosmic Reaction (feat. Joel Bailey)
    Seriously soulful, jazzy nu-soul, hip hop and live beats from this London collective. Keeping it real and I for one am really interested to see where this crew go next. Will give radio support
  36. Family Man & The Rebel Arms - Tribute To Y Mas Gan
    by Dub Store Records
    Deep, patient, musical dub with some great spacey, jazzy synth licks. I'm all over this tune and will give radio support
    appears in 1 other collection
  37. Temporadas
    by Quinn Lamont Luke
    Verano Verano
    Great statement of intent for Quinn's material after the change of name and a solid release for the Balearic fraternity or anyone who just likes some simple, honest songwriting as a counter balance to the dishonest media facilitated messages we are bombarded with on an increasingly regular basis. Will give radio support
  38. Havana '58
    by Bahama Soul Club
    Casino De Capri Casino De Capri
    On the whole a nice blend of nu-jazz, exotica and Latin soul, perfect for swanky hotel lounges and cocktail bars the world over. Will drop a tune in the show.
  39. Old Souls Carnival
    by Medline
    Wild Sour feat. Stainless Steele Wild Sour feat. Stainless Steele
    Medline, the MyBags boss man, leads the label by example once again with this killer next level fusion of souljazzfunkhiphopbeats. All sounds and beats are hand crafted by this one man band and coupled with choice vocal collaborations this EP should go straight to the top of any hip hop and black music lovers shopping list. Already given radio support and more plays coming up.
  40. Road To Essaouira
    by Fawda Trio ft. SwamiMillion
    Money Beat Money Beat
    Here LV turn their attentions to the north of Africa after their recent sub Saharan collaborations and subtly and very ably assist the raw traditional Gnawa and Moroccan music's transition into a thoroughly modern new fusion. The modern production twists caress rather than intrude into the indigenous sounds and the whole album is an absolute winner - radio support coming up.
  41. You Cannot Resist
    by Vakula
    Another deep house nugget from Vakula, one of the most reliable producers in the game...
  42. New Life Tones
    by Call Super
    Puppet Scene Puppet Scene
    Call Super drops two contrasting slices of deeper house shades. "Puppet Scene" rides a great JA bass line with some subtly skanking and cosmic synth work and is my pick. "New Life Repercussions" keeps the largely melodic but occasionally eery vibe & some slightly off kilter rhythmic touches give it an unsettling edge. Will drop "Puppet Scene" in the show..
  43. M$7002
    by C.A. Ramirez & Tito Wun
    C.A. Ramirez & Tito Wun - Ding Dong Ditch C.A. Ramirez & Tito Wun - Ding Dong Ditch
    Some late night low slung soulful deep Detroit house that samples a monkey stolen from the local zoo on the A Side and even later night sleazy plum tickling future 4/4 funk on the flip. Will give radio support
  44. A. Trinidadian Deep - Obi
    by Trinidadian Deep
    This is a house joint to sink into. Deep, percussive, hypnotic and with some killer jazzy organ as the icing on the cake. Will support.
  45. Leavings
    by Tay Sean
    Kathedral Spectre Kathedral Spectre
    Versatile lyrical delivery, broken beats, traditional hip hop beats, future jazz wig outs, killer soulful vocal additions, cosmic beats, more funk than Dam - it's all here and more wrapped up in one of the most exciting urban music albums to hit the shelves this year. Every track is great there is no filler, full support and radio play coming up.