This is Thibaut Devigne’s music collection on Bandcamp.

Thibaut Devigne

  1. Sheffield, UK
  2. Electronic
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  1. Black Pumas
    by Black Pumas
    Black Moon Rising Black Moon Rising
    Excellent sould, with a little hint of old school rock. The album is a breeze from beginning to end. Strongly recommended
  2. CULT
    by God Colony
    Please (feat. Azadi.MP3) Please (feat. Azadi.MP3)
    It's dificult to describe God Colony's music. It's hip hop done in a way that makes one think Massive Attack had a kid with The Prodigy. It's all quite good.
  3. The Dancing Devils of Djibouti
    by Groupe RTD
    Raga Kaan Ka’Eegtow (You Are the One I Love) Raga Kaan Ka’Eegtow (You Are the One I Love)
    Great upbeat Ethiopian jazz. It is really accessible, while being played by exellentmusicians, and will defintively lifts one's spirits up.
  4. Baker's Dozen: Marco Polo
    by Marco Polo
    Soul infused instrumental hip-hop, beats are heavy, melodies floating, what is there not to love?
  5. Chaos 93'
    by Ocean Wisdom
    A good album of UK grime. Its a bit longish, and not all titles are equally strong, but it is of globally good quality.
  6. Bridge Of Life
    by Grant Phabao & Carlton Livingston
    Running for My Life feat. The Lone Ranger Running for My Life feat. The Lone Ranger
    This is a superb piece of reaggae. Grand Phabao provides the warmful rich productions he's bbecome known for and Carlston Livingston brings his incrediblle vocals, the result being an exelllent alchemy between the two artists from beginning to the end.
  7. Brainiac EP
    by Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire
    A Pigeon Ain't Shit But A Ghetto Dove A Pigeon Ain't Shit But A Ghetto Dove
    Less boom bap than the Big Fat Kill and more experimental in its production. Mr muthafuckin' eXquire continues to deliver perfect rap on all these tracks.
  8. Georg Friedrich Haas: Trois Hommages
    by Mabel Kwan
    Repetitive music on pianos, very good compositions. The general mood is a bit dark, but the execution is brilliant.
  9. Dis Side Ah Town
    by Roger Robinson
    Letter From Brixton Letter From Brixton
    In betzeen dub, reaggae and spoken word, this a really good album for lovers of all three genres mentioned.
  10. Durand Jones & The Indications
    by Durand Jones & The Indications
    Make a Change Make a Change
    Some nice soul, with a very clear rythmic section on which the singer delivers awesomely. The sound is not optimal, but that contributes a lot to the charm of the album overall.
  11. The Big Fat Kill
    by Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire
    Gears Of War (Just Like Us) Gears Of War (Just Like Us)
    Some nice boom bap hip hop like I would like to hear more these days. Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire has a real goodflow, and the productions fit well, what else d'ya need, y'all?
  12. Funk For The People
    by Various Artists
    Look At Your Brother Look At Your Brother
    I'm usually not a big fan of funk, and even least of compilations. However, every track on this one is worth its share of gold. Robert Perllman does have the beats indeed.
  13. Post -Truth
    by The Black Dog
    The Truth Is In The Post The Truth Is In The Post
    Minimal and dark techno, with traces of ambiant. The black Dog collective delivers again a great album.
  14. Sounds Almighty
    by nat birchall
    Wisdom Dub Wisdom Dub
    excellent Dub with a touch of jazz. The whole thing is super smooth and just a pure enjoyment.
  15. Grant Phabao Afrofunk Arkestra
    by Grant Phabao Afrofunk Arkestra
    The Wow The Wow
    Modern Afrofunk that keeps the round sound of theseventies soul. Its very Paris DJs and that is precisely why it is so good.
  16. Wake the Dead
    by The Third Eye Foundation
    Dark, ambient, arythmic and a bit quirky and strange. It is a good come back from The Third Eye Foundation, that probably constitutes a good entry point into their music.
  17. Color Field
    by A.M. Architect
    Sofia Sofia
    This is pure electronica: complex rythms, lushes of synths, nice melodies intricateing each other, creating rich and dense textures. I don't really have a favourite track, I think the album works better as a whole.
  18. Upper Echelon
    by Upper Echelon
    Norf Leeds Norf Leeds
    Excellent UK hiphop, very similar to Defenders of Styles Death of meaning, but with a slightly more tight production and flow. It is dark and gritty, minimal in the beats and excellent to listen to.
  19. Cave Walls (Part One)
    by Rhyw
    Vixen for Society Vixen for Society
    Textured techno music. It has a very nice experimental sound to it, while remaining very accessible. I guess the best way to know if you will like it is to listen to it :-)
    by DJ Vadim
    The Terrorist The Terrorist
    A classic from the 2000s, DJ Vadim delivered on this album a full group of super talented MCs with very minimal productions which all hit the mark. If one is in hip hop music, I feel one should have this album.