This is NJD’s music collection on Bandcamp.


Manchester, UK
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Music maker/keyboard player and keen listener. Some experience presenting on le radio.
Lover of 'good music' - something new-old, beautiful-ugly, soul-touching- soul-destroying...
Preferences: funk, soul, world music, ethno-groove, genre-fusions, jazz, blues, experimental, electronica, bit of Bollywood, Indian classical, 'anything with a nice drum beat to it'.
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  1. Chess EP
    by Joon Moon
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    Chess Chess
    Blown away. Huge heaps of soul with everything blending together in just the right quantity.
  2. Till you appear
    by Sulk Station
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    piya II piya II
    Just when I thought thoughtful, sublime Indian pop-fusion wasn't in existence, this record came along to startle me. Hauntingly beautiful songs delivered by this duo, in the style of Goldfrapp/Portishead.
  3. Heel And Toe
    by The Grits featuring Joel Stones
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  4. The Collection
    by Blitz the Ambassador
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    EN-trance EN-trance
  5. Bissau
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  6. Chameleon (Taggy Matcher Disco Mix)
    by Taggy Matcher
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    I never thought this track could ever sound better - until, hello, somebody's just gone and done a hella Funky Disco Reggae cover of it. Herbie H. will definitely be grinning madly, if he ever wraps his ears around this!
    Also, what a cover...
  7. SUCESSOS! Best of Mais Um Discos 2010 - 2015
    by Various artists
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    Rodrigo Amarante - Mana Rodrigo Amarante - Mana
  8. HAN HAN
    by HanHan
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    Tawa Tawa
    One of the best things I've found and heard last year, period. Filipina-Canadian Han Han raps about a multitude of themes and emotions - everything from notions of respect, smiling at loss to the immigrant experience and finding your identity. All underpinned by brilliantly produced funk and hip hop beats, blended in with Filipino traditional gong music - giving the whole album a wonderfully earthy, but dark edge. Watch this lady, she's definitely in the ascendant with this one.
  9. KaNaDyan
    by HanHan
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  10. Good Times
    by The Pepper Pots
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  11. Mulartoo Deetoo
    by Hot Border Special
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