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Souljazz Orchestra – Freedom No Go Die (180g/Remastered)
Thursday, September 25th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Souljazz Orchestra – Freedom No Go Die (180g/Remastered)

Image: 1592821 Do Right! Music wiederveröffentlichen die beiden Souljazz Orchestra Alben “Freedom No Go” und “Manifesto” als neu gemasterte Version und auf 180g Vinyl gepresst. Souljazz Orchestra aus Ottawa, Kanada, sind eine der am härtesten arbeitenden Bands im Showgeschäft. Ihr Sound zwischen Afrobeat, Funk, Soul & Latin und vor allem ihre legendären Live-Shows werden weltweit von ihren Fans geliebt. Available from 27.02.2015

Rare 7″ originals from the SOUL TORONADOS are now available on one CD …
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Souljazz Orchestra – Manifesto (180g/Remastered)
Thursday, September 25th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Souljazz Orchestra – Manifesto (180g/Remastered)

Image: 1592822 Do Right! Music wiederveröffentlichen die beiden Souljazz Orchestra Alben “Freedom No Go” und “Manifesto” als neu gemasterte Version und auf 180g Vinyl gepresst. Souljazz Orchestra aus Ottawa, Kanada, sind eine der am härtesten arbeitenden Bands im Showgeschäft. Ihr Sound zwischen Afrobeat, Funk, Soul & Latin und vor allem ihre legendären Live-Shows werden weltweit von ihren Fans geliebt. Available from 27.02.2015

The Spandettes – Dig Deeper / Hunk of Heaven
Thursday, April 10th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on The Spandettes – Dig Deeper / Hunk of Heaven

Image: 1588444 The Spandettes are back. Do Right! Music is proud to present a limited edition 7″ featuring the 2nd single “Dig Deeper” off the upcoming album “Spandettes Effect” due to be released in late March. Following suit with their previous single “Sweet & Saccharine” (which sold out almost immediately last summer) “Dig Deeper” keeps to the elements of classic soul and disco with hints of tropical groove. The track has an infectious soulful tone and is backed as always by one of the tightest rhythm sections in Toronto. The flip side’s “Hunk of Heaven” is a slick 2-step boogie cover track that pays homage to the rare groove classic by Lemuria. Supported by Giles Peterson of BBC Radio 6, KCRW, J-Wave Tokyo.


1. Dig Deeper
2. Hunk of Heaven Available from 21.03.2014

Maylee Todd
Tuesday, March 8th, 2011 | Tags: , ,
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Maylee Todd, one of Canada’s most exciting new music acts, is spreading an infectious energy around town. With the vocal chords of an angel, charismatic stage presence and a string of soulful pop tunes, this bright, young spark is turning heads by reinventing tropical grooves. Following collaborations with the likes of Woodhands and Henri Faberge […]

Maylee Todd is spreading an infectious energy around town …
Thursday, February 24th, 2011 | Tags: , ,
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Maylee Todd, one of Canada’s most exciting new music acts, is spreading an infectious energy around town. With the vocal chords of an angel, charismatic stage presence and a string of soulful pop tunes, this bright, young spark is turning heads by reinventing tropical grooves. Following collaborations with the likes of Woodhands and Henri Faberge […]

The RAah Project is a collaboration between Melbourne based composer/producers Ryan Ritchie and Tamil Rogeon …
Thursday, November 12th, 2009 | Tags: , ,
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The RAah Project is a collaboration between Melbourne based composer/producers Ryan Ritchie and Tamil Rogeon. Taken on as a means to musically investigate the grey areas between genres and express themselves through writing and performance, The RAah Project’s “Score” explores classical, jazz, hip-hop, electronic and drum & bass, utilising the full potential of some of […]

The Souljazz Orchestra returns in full force with their new album “Manifesto” …
Friday, October 31st, 2008 | Tags: ,
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The Souljazz Orchestra’s debut album “Freedom No Go Die” (Do Right!, 2007) has received great reviews from critics and fans alike. Its opening track reaching the Top 10 of the year on Gilles Peterson’s BBC Radio 1 show, as voted by the listeners. “Freedom No Go Die” also became one of the biggest selling afrobeat […]

SOULJAZZ ORCHESTRA are back with their second album …
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Elizabeth Shepherd
Monday, November 27th, 2006 | Tags:
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Imagine a cold winter night in Toronto, walking past a small jazz club, when you catch through the folds of your scarf the warm deep grooves of a jazz trio playing to an intimate crowd. Welcome to the scene a fresh new sound from singer / songwriter Elizabeth Shepherd and her band.

There are times when something new comes along at once familiar and yet completely original. The album “Start To Move” from the Elizabeth Shepherd Trio is just that. But what’s more she has added her own unique blend of jazz-funk, soul, blues, and samba to the fundamentals of Jazz – improvising a deep driving bass from Scott Kemp, the swinging beat of the drum from Colin Kingsmore, and Elizabeth’s playful piano and captivating voice to tie it all together. Recorded over the winter of 2005/2006, you can feel yourself with them, locked away in a small studio, protected from the cold winter night, pushing through track after track for that deep warm sound …

Radio Citizen
Monday, September 4th, 2006 | Tags:
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Strains of film noir-worthy dark jazz, chunky tropical dub, and snake-charming soul permeate “Berlin Serengeti“. Chanelling Mulatu and Coltrane in a dub shack studio a barrage of big horns blast blacksploitation flavors with an Eastern funk twist. Hailing from Berlin, it is Radio Citizen, aka Niko Schabel and a talented collective of Berlin, Germany-based musicians, who are behind this adrenalin-infused and spiritually-charged debut album.

Radio Citizen was brought to Ubiquity’s attention by Quantic. “Have a listen, you might like this”, he said handing over a CD-r to Ubiquity A+R rep Andrew Jervis after a gig in San Francisco. He was right. In summer 2005 Ubiquity released lead-off track “The Hop” on the “Music Is My Art” compilation. The mad DJ-friendly mix of dub and soul turn heads and rocked decks worldwide. A limited edition “EP1” added Afro-beat, jazz and funk to the Radio Citizen (released as Radio City) arsenal in Spring 2006. Selling-out quickly, the EP earned “single of the fortnight” from Blues and Soul magazine in the UK, and nods from DJs worldwide. …

Dawn Pemberton – Say Somethin’
Friday, October 3rd, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Dawn Pemberton – Say Somethin’

Image: 1592780 As the label responsible for discovering the finest Canadian jazz, funk & soul music for over a decade (Maylee Todd, Souljazz Orchestra), Do Right! is back and proud to welcome Vancouver soul dynamo Dawn Pemberton to the family. A staple of the west coast music scene, Dawn can be found tearing it up as a vocalist, arranger, and go-to for live performances and studio sessions with acts like 1Luv (Sonar Kollektiv), and The Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer. The time has finally come to unveil her highly anticipated debut solo album Say Somethin’.

The ten distinctive contemporary soul tracks on the album highlight the deep-rooted passion of Pemberton’s gospel background. “I’ve always got a rhythmic stream running through me at all times. It’s all about the groove for me,” Pemberton explains. She enlisted some of the finest west coast musicians including: Johnny Andrews (Drums), Scott Tucker (Bass), Gavin Youngash (Guitar), Max Zipursky (Keys), Raphael Geronimo (Percussion), Colin Maskell (Saxophone) and Kristian Naso (Trumpet). Say Somethin’ is a place where swirling organs, punchy horns, rhythmic guitar lines meet syncopated jazz funk grooves.

“Title track premiered on Worldwide BBC Radio 6” – Gilles Peterson (BBC Radio 6)

1. For You
2. Deeper
3. Say Somethin’
4. Don’??t Waste Your Time
5. Freedom Time
6. Hello Love
7. Do It to It
8. Inside & Out
9. I Can’t Go for That (No Can Do)
10. What I Got Available from 15.05.2015

The Excelsiors – Control This (Gatefold)
Friday, September 19th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on The Excelsiors – Control This (Gatefold)

Image: 1591414 Sounding quite like nothing you have heard before, The Excelsiors come correct with their
debut album, Control This. The latest project from Shane ‘Sureshot’ Hunt, known for his
Sharpshooters group, and for his highly-regarded Soundbwoy Reggae Breaks series wherein
he has liberally dropped science, sharing his in-depth knowledge of ska, rock-steady, reggae
and dancehall for the instruction of the hip-hop massive, The Excelsiors is the logical
extension of Shane’s passion for classic Jamaican music (and more) of the ‘60s through ‘80s.
At a time when seemingly everything is made using the same software packages, Control
This is a defiantly old-school, analogue record, dispensing with the uniform polish and sheen
of contemporary production methods and instead showcasing an array of ‘real’ instruments
and a variety of styles and moods. In the mix are not just bass, drums and guitars and some
real antique keyboard sounds but percussion including steel pans, organ, horns, backing
vocals, and even strings! All new music, cut live to tape and then seamlessly pieced together
across an album of (mostly) cover versions, a living link with the music that was the inspiration
for the project. Sounding like something that would be very expensive to produce in this day
and age, the finished result nevertheless retains a rawness and gusto that virtually leaps out of
the speakers.
Nor is this simply a reggae album –in fact, here we have Sureshot bringing together a whole
array of cultural influences, in a lively mash-up style. Vocals come from northern soul/disco
legend The Mighty Pope and Omega Rae of Blackalicious, coming from opposite ends of
about four decades of black music styles. Mrs. Magic is the Grover Washington Jr. jazz-funk
staplegiven a gender re-assignment, and an earthy reggae treatment: Esther Philips, Roberta
Flack and even Amy Winehouse have previously recorded vocal versions atop this killer
rhythm, this is how it might’ve sounded if Toots and The Maytals had done it at the time it
came out, raucous and intense. Carole King’s It’s Too Late has been covered notably by
Dennis Brown in reggae and the Isley Brothers in soul. It’s given a reggae groove but its
strings and deep backing vocals bring to mind classic ‘70s soul. It takes a particularly fertile
imagination (and an extensive record collection) to think of versioning Debbie Deb’s
freestyle classic Look Out Weekend as a sprawling, organic Afrobeat tune… Shane Hunt is
clearly the man with that imagination! Check the fierce horns here.
Similarly, Barrington Levy’s Here I Come, the digital-dancehall tune to end them all, is here reimagined
as a hugely infectious ‘live’ jam …try listening to this without breaking into a grin, it’s
so ‘wrong’ and yet so right! Thom Bell and Linda Creed’s People Make The World Go
Round has been covered countless times since its original Stylistics version, and seems to
have more resonance than most of the classic Philly era with contemporary listeners. The
Excelsiors’ version might not even be the first version to use steel pans, but it definitely is the
first to combine such instrumentation with a vaguely psychedelelic, eastern drone. Essential
version! The version of Gene Rondo’s A Land Far Away acknowledges its debt to the greatest
of all reggae anthems, the Abyssinians’ Satta Massagana … while This Is Sunshine Music is a
funky-soul version of This Is Reggae Music by the under-rated Zap-Pow. The optimism and
yearning of the former is tempered with dark psychedelic elements making it stand out
dramatically from other versions. The great era of conscious roots reggae is brought back to
life with a bang with these unexpected covers.
The script is flipped with a cover of The Beat’s Mirror In The Bathroom, a classic from the twotone
era, given a digital rhythm. Two-tone marked the definitive arrival of a new multicultural
generation as a distinctively British creative force… a splash still rippling to this day, with
projects like The Excelsiors.
As well as Shane’s version of a traditional spiritual, named here Soon I Will Be Done, he also
shows his own songwriting prowess with a couple of originals, In The Name Of The
Father and Cold As Steel, demonstrating influences from gutbucket funk to island music.
This is an accomplished work, essentially the creative inspiration of one man, with some very
talented musicians on board, and with its phenomenal ‘live’ sound definitely marks this
producer out as an artist to watch in his own right.

A1 Mrs Magic
A2 It’s Too Late
A3 Lookout Weekend
B1 Here I Come (Broader Than
B2 In The Name Of The Father
B3 People Make The World Go Round
C1 A Land Far Away (Satta
C2 This Is Sunshine Music
C3 Mirror In The Bathroom
D1 Cold As Steel
D2 Soon I Will Be Done
D3 Ashes to Ashes

For Fans of Charles Bradley,
Yesking, Daptones, Bill Withers Available from 21.11.2014

The Souljazz Orchestra – Inner Fire
Thursday, March 13th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on The Souljazz Orchestra – Inner Fire

Image: 1586403 Always reliable STRUT cohorts The Souljazz Orchestra return with a new studio album Inner Fire another essential mystical odyssey.

The Souljazz Orchestra return with another essential mystical odyssey in February 2014 as they release their brand new studio album, Inner Fire, on Strut.
Recorded using the Orchestra’s signature analogue techniques at their studio HQ in their home city of Ottawa, the new set continues their expansive musical journey as they effortlessly fuse intricate Eastern influences, Afro beats, Egyptian jazz, Latin styles and spiritual elements into their unique musical melting pot. The secret to the band’s sound remains a true openness to global music of all kinds and the individual experiences of the Orchestra’s band members. “We all have very wide tastes, we’re always digging for new sounds, and we’ve had the chance to work with master musicians from all over, from Nigeria to Rwanda, from Cuba to Haiti, so each band member ends up bringing different vibes and ideas to each of
our albums,” explains keyboardist Pierre Chrétien.
On Inner Fire, the different vibes come thick and fast. Side One features “Kingdom Come,” a fierce afro-jazz stomper influenced by North-East African big band sounds, “One Life To Live,” a haunting highlife arrangement on the importance of seizing the day, “As The Crow Flies,” a soaring bossa-tinged piece and “Black Orchid,” a bumping fusion of cinematic soul-jazz with Cuban bolero sounds. The flip brings us the firing salsa dura party jam “Agoya” before the ritual chant of “East Flows The River,” a spiritual jazz hymn using Eastern modes. The tempo ramps up once more on “Sommet En Sommet,” a heavy 12/8 afro-jazz piece influenced by Guinean popular music. Percussionist Marielle Rivard then takes the lead on vocals for a scorching personal rendition of Gary Bartz NTU Troop’s 1971 classic, “Celestial Blues.”
The Souljazz Orchestra have become the undisputed leaders in their field since their first album back in 2005, breaking through with the huge international hit “Mista President” on Do Right! in 2007. Since then, the band have remained tight with their original line-up of Pierre Chrétien (keyboards), Zakari Frantz (alto sax & flute), Steve Patterson (tenor sax), Ray Murray (baritone sax), Marielle Rivard (percussion) and Philippe Lafrenière (drums). With their on-stage chemistry and stellar musicianship, the Orchestra’s live shows have now become the stuff of legend, sparking instant parties wherever they play.

2013 was already a massive year for the band with their heaviest touring schedule to date. Highlights included a chaotic night playing to a sold-out crowd at New Morning in Paris, the band’s first full US tours, high profile festival slots alongside Pharoah Sanders, Stevie Wonder and Raphael Saadiq and a 12-minute live “Battle Suite” packed full of classic and original breaks and beats for the B-Boy Battle Finals at Ottawa’s annual House Of Paint hip hop festival. The band will be undertaking a Canadian tour to support the new album starting in February 2014, followed by a full European tour in March and April.

– Another carefully honed studio album from Canada’s greatest Afro / jazz / tropical collective
– Fanbase continues to grow worldwide for the band. Release ties in with full European tour and festivals during 2014
– Package features exclusive illustration by graphic artist Lewis Heriz
– Third album for Strut following Solidarity and Rising Sun

Quantic / Ondatropica, Antibalas, Heliocentrics, Kokolo, Soothsayers Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, Family Atlantica, Ebo Taylor


CD Tracklist
1. Initiation
2. Kingdom Come
3. One Life To Live
4. As The Crow Flies
5. Black Orchid
6. Agoya
7. East Flows The River
8. Sommet En Sommet
9. Celestial Blues
10. Completion
Available from 21.02.2014

Al Supersonic & The Teenagers – It’s Alright
Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Al Supersonic & The Teenagers – It’s Alright

Image: 1579011 Soulmusik ist zeitlos heißt es, sie schafft es die höhen und Tiefen des menschlichen Gefühlshaushalts auszuloten und abzubilden, wie es kein anderes musikalisches Genre kann. Sie hat sich in den über 50 Jahren ihres Bestehens nur durch den technischen Fortschritt der Produktionsmöglichkeiten verändert. Ihr ewiges Thema, die Freuden und Leiden des Alltags, änderten sich hingegen nie. Warum auch? Wer also bei Al & The Teenagers mit dem lästigen Retro-Begriff kommt, verkennt das Genre Soulmusik. Das sich Al & The Teenagers dabei an der Blütezeit der Musik orientieren, ist nur folgerichtig.

Das klingt, als ob Al Green gerade das erste Mal Willie Mitchell’s Hi-Studio betritt, als ob Archie Bell eine unbekannte Band aus Houston, die T.S.U. Toronadoes als Backingband verpflichtet und gleich das legendäre Gitarrenriff von “Tighten Up” aufgenommen wird, als ob Issac Hayes die Stax-Hornsection dirigiert, das klingt nach Northern Soul.

Jener Blaupause der Tanzmusik, die von nordenglischen Clubs inzwischen in ganz Europa zu akrobatischen Tänzen verleitet. Und in der Tat, Al & The Teenagers habe ich auf einem Soul-Allnighter in Barcelona kennengelernt.

Sie sind Fans, Liebhaber von obskurer afroamerikanischer Soulmusik aus den 60’s und 70’s. Sie spielen was sie lieben und das hört man. Sie sind funky ohne Funk zu sein, smart ohne Mods zu sein und definitiv die tighteste Live-Band, die ich jemals live gesehen habe. Irgendwann gastierten sie als Backing-Band für zwei vergessene Soulsänger: Dean Parrish und Tommy Hunt in meiner Heimatstadt. Vorher spielten sie eine Stunde ihr eigenes Programm und dann begleiteten sie jeweils eine Stunde Tommy Hunt und Dean Parrish um sofort nachdem das Konzert vorbei war auf der Tanzfläche zu Soul zu tanzen. Enthusiasmus, Energie, Spaß und ein Lebensgefühl, dass sich aus Vinylsingles von Stax, Atlantic und obskuren 60’s Soulplatten speist. Sie sind Teil und Vorreiter einer Renaissance der Soulmusik. Der zeitlosen, großen Soulmusik.

2013 sollte, wenn diese Welt gerecht ist, das Jahr von Al & The Teenagers werden, ihr zweiter Longplayer It’s Alright! kann es locker mit Sharon Jones oder mit Nicole Willis aufnehmen. 11 x tanzbares Dreiminutenglück und eine herzzerreißende Ballade. Granada hat nicht nur die Alhambra, die Stadt darf auch auf ihre Töchter und Söhne Al & The Teenagers stolz sein. brown-eyed Soul from Granada!
And now, sit back, relax, park a drink in your hand and enjoy the swinging Soul sounds of Al Supersonic & The Teenagers. (Lars Bulnheim, Superpunk, 2013)

Seit Ihrer Gründung in einem Jugendheim in Granada (Spanien) vor vielen Jahren, war Al Supersonic & the Teenagers klar, welche musikalischen Einflüsse und welchen musikalischen Geist die Teenagers weitergeben und vermitteln möchten. Dabei stand afro-amerikanischer Soul aus den 60er und 70er Jahren ganz oben auf Ihrer Liste. Soul fließt durch die Adern der Teenagers. Wie sie selbst sagen: “wir machen keinen Soul, der Soul macht uns”.
Auf Konzerten unterstützten Sie schon Legenden des 60s Souls wie Tommy Hunt, Dean Parrish und P.P. Arnold, teilten sich die Bühne mit Soul-Größen wie The Impressions, James Hunter und Eli Paperboy. Ihr erstes Album NOT TOO YOUNG (Unique Records) wurde mehrfach ausgezeichnet u.a. mit dem UFI Award (Independent Phonographic Union of Spain) für das beste “Urban Music Album 2010”, den POPEYE AWARD für “Best Black Music Band in Spain” und wurde außerdem vom Musikmagazin Ruta 66 unter die Top Ten der besten Alben gewählt sowie vom Musikmagazin Mondo Sonoro Ed. Sur (south Edition) zum fünft besten Album aus Andalusien gekürt.
Smart und mit “Street Attitude” verstehen und übersetzen sie die Sprache der Musik und lassen das Wesentliche aus Motown, Atlantic und Raresoul wieder aufleben.
Man sollte sich nicht entgehen lassen, die Teenagers live zu erleben, denn ALs sandige Stimme unterstützt von der prächtigen Präsenz von Vanesa Spins Hammond Orgel, den authentischen Hörnern von Victor Macmanaman und Juan Almendros und der klassischen “Rhythm Section” mit Javi Frias und Gustavo Fernandez sind ein Spektakel, das seines Gleichen sucht. Der beste Beweis dafür sind ihre erfolgreichen Shows in Italien, England, Deutschland, Frankreich, Schweiz, Portugal und ihrer Heimat Spanien.
Als kleinen Vorgeschmack für ihr neues Album IT’S ALRIGHT!, haben uns die Teenagers die 45″ Single PAINT YOURSELF IN THE CORNER serviert, die massig Airplay in vielen Radio-Stationen auf der ganzen Welt bekam und quasi über Nacht zu einem Dancefloor-Magneten der internationalen Clubszene mutierte. Eine Soul-Hymne, inspiriert von Künstlern wie Archie Bell and The Drells und der Lieblingsband der Teenagers, den TSU Tornados.
Ihr neuster Geniestreich IT’S ALRIGHT! wurde vom legendären amerikanischen Produzenten Mike Mariconda produziert und überzeugt durch einen andersartigen und kraftvollen Sound, ein spiritziger Cocktail gemixt aus all den essentiellen Ingredienzien zeitloser Soul Musik. Ein wahres Juwel des Souls!

Tracklisting: 01. It’s Alright! 02. You’ve Been Hurt 03. I’ll Always Be There 04. Scandal Marketplace 05. These Little Things 06. Under Construction 07. We’re Not Too Young 08. That’s Not The Way To Say Goodbye 09. I’m In Love With You 10. The Loser 11. Paint Yourself In The Corner (Album Version) 12.Farewell At Dawn

Available from 12.04.2013

Kid Sublime – Return Of The Basehead
Thursday, April 18th, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Kid Sublime – Return Of The Basehead

Image: 1579276 1. Afrofunkrhythm 2. Takin’ Me Over 3. The World Tour 4. Keep On /

Arguably Sublime’s most aggressive, jackin’ and club orientated House release since he’d hit us with “Tea For Two”..: “RETURN OF THE BASEHEAD”, The new EP by Amsterdam’s finest: Kid Sublime…
“Fans of early M.A.W, Mike Dunn and Moodyman releases will not be dissapointed..b-boy House with that Amsterdam twist!!”

DJ / Press Quotes
Laurent Garnier: Absolutely superb, FULL SUPPORT FROM ME (club & radio)

Simbad: Yeeeeees !!! PROPER GOOD ASS HOUSE MUSIC FOR THE CLUBS full support from me BIG UP !!

Pablo Valentino (FACES Records & MCDE – Creative Swing Alliance): Takin’ Me Over is my favorite joint on this one but love the whole EP!!! Big Up!

Tony Nwachukwu: I am happy to see/listen the return!!

Recloose: This new Kid Sublime release is DOPE! I been missing the b-boy soulful house sound, thanks to the bro for bringing it back right!

DJ Huwston (2SER Radio): timeless house sound!

Jazz Neversleepzzz: Record of the year!?!

Deluge ( As usual Kid Sublime comes through with quality tunes! Love this release.

Tyler Askew: Hottt

Lefto: always feels good to have new Kid Sublime material. “Keep On” is the one for me Kid. Available from 29.03.2013

Al Supersonic & The Teenagers
Friday, April 5th, 2013 | Tags: , ,
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Soul music is timeless it is said; it manages to explore the heights and depths of the human emotional household, like no other musical genre. It has changed in the 50 years of its existence only by the technical progress of the production facilities. Its eternal theme, the joys and sorrows of everyday life on […]

The Mole
Monday, September 10th, 2012 | Tags: , ,
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Ever heard of Bobby Orr or the Rocket number 9? Neither had The Mole until he moved to Montreal from Canada’s west coast. And now he loves them. Perhaps there is something magical in the humble success of these men that inspires. Who doesn’t love a reluctant hero? Dance music fans in Victoria and Vancouver […]

The long awaited album of Los Charly’s Orchestra is finally completed …
Friday, June 11th, 2010 | Tags: , ,
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The long awaited album from Los Charly’s Orchestra is finally completed and ready to go! It’s a cross-generational piece of music which skilfully encapsulates in 60 minutes the liveliest picture of the 70’s NY culture clash from a contemporary point of listening. The re-birth of disco funk has definitively spread around and Los Charly’s are […]

Bristol based DJ/producer Dr. Strafe presents his new lonplayer “Like In The Deal” …
Thursday, October 1st, 2009 | Tags: , ,
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Dr. Strafe, funk master extraordinaire and all round electro b-boy, is the man behind this finely tuned blend of funk, old skool hip hop, electro, breaks and rave with a sprinkling of speed garage, drum & bass, and a tablespoon of groovy shiznit. Rob Sayles aka Dr Strafe is the Bristol based DJ/producer who was […]

Elizabeth Shepherd
Tuesday, August 19th, 2008 | Tags: , ,
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Elizabeth Shepherd pushes the boundaries of what is considered conventional jazz, all the while creating a sound completely her own. From London to Tokyo, Elizabeth has captivated audiences and critics on both sides of the pond. Her Juno nominated debut album, Start To Move continues to receive critical acclaim, and was voted the Top 3 […]

Orient Expressions “Istanbul 1:26 a.m.” – a meandering journey through a beautiful city …
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Tyler Askew
Tuesday, January 31st, 2006 | Tags: ,
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Tyler Askew has been making his mark on international music and design culture since his teenage years in the mid-90’s as a DJ, designer, writer, and laison. If you’ve check London’s Straight No Chaser magazine then you are probably familiar with his column “Transatlantic Audio”, which he pens along with long-time partner Karl Injex. You […]

Wednesday, July 16th, 2003 | Tags:
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Lacks started as Lacksidaisycal releasing records on Carl Craig’s hip hop-sublabel to Planet E named Antidote, namely the “Bitch Niggaz” 10″ and “Friday Night” 12″ feat. Slum Village, Big Tone & Dwele, then went on to release the “Vintage Soul EP” under his production alias Elevator Music on Inquisitive Records. Further Lacks produced the “Elevator Remix” for Carl Craig’s “People Make The World Go Round” 12″, and was featured on Jay Dee’s “Welcome To Detroit” Album (BBE) on the track “It’s Lyk That” which also got featured on the Beat Generation 12″ Sampler with Pete Rock & Kenny Dope. Now it’s time for his own full-length “Re:Lacks Vol.1 With The World” …

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