This is Gilles Peterson’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Gilles Peterson

  1. London, UK
  2. Electronic
  1. collection 71
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  1. Flight Paths
    by Mina
  2. I Plan To Stay A Believer: The Inside Songs Of Curtis Mayfield
    by William Parker
  3. No Blacks, No Dogs, No Irish
    by Skinny Pelembe
  4. Dub Dem Silly - Vol 2 (exclusive re-release)
    by Dennis Bovell
  5. Bateria Perfecta
    by DJ Jigüe
  6. Mosaic Music Volume One
    by Danny Phillips
  7. EarthEE
    by THEESatisfaction
  8. Psychedelic Sanza 1982-1984
  9. blackgold
    by Various Artists:
  11. California Wildflower
    by Queens D.Light
    by The SEVENth
  13. Terreiro
    by Alexandre Klinke
  14. Big Pop for Chameleon World
    by Jerry Paper
  15. Tangata
    by Jaze Baqti
  16. Post-Nature
  17. EP
    by Sun Hop Fat
  18. Psycho Animus / Tuff Ruff 12"
    by Mikael Seifu and Dawit Eklund
  19. Photay
    by Photay
    by SIJI
    by Earlzinger
    Jesus christ he’s back with another box of lyrical treasures.
    He was the first to represent club culture with the spoken word…. And after being bitten by so many lesser souls i’m encouraging you to check out his latest rantings…the evolvement continues..
  22. F NOTE
  24. Pennies
    by Jae X Cohen
  25. Up and Down feat. Count Bass D
    by Glows in the Dark
  26. Mandala Vol. 1, Polysonic Flows
    by Mello Music Group
  27. Mandala Vol. 2, Today's Mathematics
    by Mello Music Group
  28. Da Rocinha 2
    by Sango
  29. Plastic Infinite
    by Sculpture
  30. Treetunnels
    by Iglooghost
  31. String Figures
    by Boonlorm
  32. Under Leaves Under Sky
    by Bossa Zuzu
  33. AGORÀ
    by Andreas Lareida's AGORÀ Ensemble
  34. XVSK
    by XVSK
  35. a new myth
    by The Brother Moves On
  36. La Mecanica Popular
    by La Mecánica Popular
    First rate tropical Latin fusion business from the NYC-based 8-piece band, featuring personnel from New York, Peru, Colombia and Venezuela. Heavy on the psych vibes, the record is rooted in salsa and bolero but the electronic twists give it a texture all of its own. Fantastic stuff!!
  37. Offering For Anxious
    by Diggs Duke
    I actually discovered Diggs Duke via Bandcamp. He self-released a string of EPs through 2012 which blew me away. He takes an avant garde beatmaker's attitude to making soul music. It's an unformulaic approach akin to that of Phil Spectre or Brian Eno… it's Dwele meets Madlib and pianist Andrew Hill - straight-to-the-point, drunken soul with a twist.
  38. TJD001
    by jitwam.
    Crackly slo-mo funk of the bugged-out variety, emanating out of Manipur, India, but arriving in your ears via the mixing desk of Matthew David (Brainfeeder's maestro of cassette hiss manipulation). Fans of Steve Spacek and Reginald Omas Mamode hit 'BUY'.
  39. Ghetto Dub Vol.1
    by Moresounds
    Moresounds has been a recent discovery although he has a couple of great EPs under his belt already. Rooted in the skittery freeform patterns of Chicago's footwork sound, the Parisian flexes insane bass weigh and sprinkles generous portions of ragga and jungle spice. The results are pure fire for the dancefloor.
  40. Cosmic Compositions Avant Garde Series Vol​​.​​3 [Sun Ra]
    by Cosmic Compositions
  41. Yusef Lateef - Session
    by The Beatfonics Crew
  42. sleeplessness
    by sea oleena
    I know very little about these guys - aside from they are a Canadian duo and they make delightfully hazy folk ditties with some lovely electronic touches - but I'm looking forward to hearing more music for sure.
  43. Split EP
    by C.Z. / Arnold
    This LA collective have been doing their thing for a few years now… Shlohmo, Groundislava and RL Grime are all founding members whose output you may already be familiar with (plus Stones Throw's Jonwayne is a close affiliate). Anyway, you can always be sure that their output is of the highest quality, as proven here by C.Z. and Arnold on this split release mashing up hip-hop, bass, Jersey Club and a ton of other styles with style and panache.
  44. Prayer Before Birth
    by Hejira
    The stunning debut album from London based avant-pop 4-piece Hejira drops via Matthew Herbert's Accidental imprint, balancing gorgeous vocal harmonies atop finger picked guitar melodies and bustling percussion. Uncomplicated and beautifully arranged, it's such a well executed record. Fans of The Invisible, Hello Skinny, The xx… this is definitely worth checking.
  45. Everlast LP
    by Perera Elsewhere
    Spooky off-kilter pop vibes from the amazing Perera Elsewhere, formerly of Jahcoozi, now flying solo and releasing her debut album on LA imprint Friends Of Friends. And she's British!! But has been based in Berlin in recent years. TIP!!