All of my favorite genres in one. On “FastLane,” South London’s Common Saints fuses psychedelia, soul, breakbeat, drum ‘n’ bass, downtempo, 60s rock, R&B, and funk to create a… Continue reading
South London songstress Tawiah returns with “Queens,” four minutes of tumbling percussion, sunset acoustic guitar plucking, piano key splashes, and vocals gleaming with UK soul. Track of the day. … Continue reading
Enigmatic Entroducing-esque keys chime and glow amidst crisp and cymbal-heavy jazz drums on “Let’s Stay,” the opening track of South London producer and designer Hector Plimmer‘s brand new album, Sunshine. Track… Continue reading
One quarter of the Expansions and live drummer for the likes of Andrew Ashong, Connie Constance, and the Gene Dudley Group, Jonny Drop is an skilled beatmaker in his own right. … Continue reading
South London’s Tony Volker pens spacious and emotive electronic folk. “Kingdom of the Beasts” sounds a lot like if Jose Gonzalez teamed up with Nigel Godrich. A perfect sunset… Continue reading
Completely in love with this one from South London’s Ego Ella May! Props to Wu-Lu and Reiss G for this lazy, dusty, altogether tasty beat. Looking forward to playing… Continue reading
Too future. Night Slugs head honcho Bok Bok teams up with LA-via-Maryland singer Kelela to deliver some stuttery, synth-blastin’, and very 2014 R&B. I see you, flickering-screens,… Continue reading
South African emcees and kwaito specialists Ruffest (pictured below) meet South London Hyperdub beatsmiths LV. This one has some serious bounce.