One of Ghana’s most sought-after LPs emerges from obscurity as a high quality reissue on the new Vintage Voudou label from the Netherlands. First released in Nigeria in 1979, this LP (also known as Basa Basa Experience – Together We Win) is a unique collaboration with Themba ‘T-fire’ Matebese, who propelled Basa Basa’s sound, inspired by Ghanaian traditional music, soul and afrobeat, into another dimension, adding disco elements, synthesizers and the production aesthetics of the next decade. 30 more words
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Growing Bin burst into 2018 with a bang, crash and symbol splash, uniting a premier pair of per-cussion obsessives for a supernatural mission into the heart of the rhythm. 92 more words
Digital Crate Digging Continues per Flashback Friday!! We’re listening to this classic track from the Timex Social Club called Rumors! Check it out!!
The Halifax based genre benders deliver on their debut LP.
Today marks the release of the long-awaited debut from The Orielles, which follows on from their signing to indie rock institution Heavenly Recordings and provides an insight in to three minds that are considerably more culturally informed than their ages would suggest. 219 more words
Ridiculous amounts of love for this wondrous piece of funk-pop from London-based collective Franc Moody. Pheromones brings with it hints of Jungle and Mr Jukes but there’s a distinctiveness about it too that has kept it on repeat at Sync Towers* for a while now. 52 more words
Phantasm is a new vinyl label and collaboration between Amsterdam’s Sinchi Collective and the much-admired Night Noise outlet, based in Geneva. It kicks off with a strong EP from The Soviet Union aka Richard Baldwin, including classy remixes from Sinchi themselves and In Flagranti.