Between oriental medinas and the breeze of a desert morning at Burning Man festival, Jef Stott unleashes his version of pan-ethnic bass fusion. Dance-prone at times, meditative at others – majestic at most.
the earthly and the divine reveal in our journey inwards – images from the culturally-aroused
The Black Seeds are further expanding their unique soul/funk/reggae blend. Dust And Dirt’ is balanced between experimentation and live vibration
A fine cut of the most soulful dub/reggae to warm up for the new album of The Black Seeds
an amazing bass-liftment, a homage to dub culture
Large amounts of exotic foods are thrown away, together with all the energy used to produce them, pack them, transport them etc. Minimizing waste while opting for local, seasonal, organic, plant-based foods may cool down our environmental impact.
EXP’s debut EP keeps a balance between straightforward dubstep and roots/dub elements. The result is apt to crack the dancefloors
Surf, skate and funk with a big vintage vibe
The Ark of Funk – a 50 minute long funk meltdown
Rumpistol’s most ambitious work, with a full-time singer (Red Baron), is an album of electronically enhanced soul dramaturgy
Sonic and visual avant-garde
The preposterous of a hypertechnological generation seeking to reestablish relations with humanity’s roots and nature is imprinted on Young Magic’s eclectic mix as recorded worldwide with appropriate, portable tools.