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For any idiot asking the question of whether Maxwell still has a place in contemporary R&B-soul, have a listen to the opening track of blackSUMMERS’night. On All The Ways Love Can Feel he and his brass-backing take soul to places we haven’t heard in ages, that falsetto blending so deeply with the light jazz feel and […]

For the best part of the last fortnight, the Howard Assembly Room has played host to the Yorkshire Festival and its Songlines Series.  Already four rather exceptional, musically and geographically diverse artists have graced the boards of this beautiful performance space within the Grand Theatre, Leeds: there has been the thrilling sound of Mbongwana Star […]

  New UKG releases from 99dB & Martin Carr, Mr. Kavalicious & Digital Pilgrimz on Ultra Bass Records 99dB & Martin Carr- Another Night With 99db’s production and Martin Carr’s soul stirring voice you know you’re onto a winner. Add to that remixes from B1G PROJ3CT, Scott & Nick, DJ Impact & Lamont Dex and it’s yet […]

Time was that when you heard a reggae hip-hop mash-up featuring either a well-known hip-hop beat and a lesser-known dancehall vocal (or a well-known hip-hop vocal and a lesser-known dancehall beat) the person responsible was almost certainly one of three … Read More… Hear The Sound by Jstar Source: Monkey Boxing JSTAR: Hear The Sound […]

Sound Out ‘Don’t You Wanna EP’   Sound Out ‘Don’t You Wanna EP’ The Sound Out boys are back on Form & Function with 2 tracks that bring a modern dreamy twist on oldskool rave, house and a touch of UKG. Breakbeat House music for 2016 the likes of which you won’t hear anywhere else, […]

We already know that Kelela has one of the best EPs of the year. But Christ alive aren’t her features just as brilliant. It helps when you have the immaculate production of Clams Casino at the helm, who keeps the proceedings understated, mixing delicate tribal drum patterns with flotation-tank ambience. Short version: A Breath Away […]

So heyyyy, meet Rainsford aka Rainey Qualley, aka a new LA popstar we quite like. Her debut track S.I.D. (Sunshine in December) is pretty nifty – it ebbs and flows like the waves on the shore of her Californian home, with Qualley’s voice the sonorous thread keeping it all 100. Check it out below. Source: Press […]

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars I’m always partial to a well turned-out soul edit and here’s Jayl Funk with – Easy Summertime – a respectful reboot of Billy Stewart’s ’66 cover of a certain Gershwin-penned number of which there … Read More… Easy Summertime by Jayl Funk Source: Monkey Boxing JAYL FUNK: Easy Summertime […]

I’ve got to be honest, I was a little bit nervous about interviewing Aidan Moffat. Not that I don’t like his music; on the contrary, I’ve been a fan for the best part of twenty years. I suppose the man responsible for some wonderfully bitter lines over the years might be a little, well, grumpy. […]

Blameful Isles take on modern Jazz as never before! Strange But Not Entirely Unattractive by Blameful Isles Source: Twisted Soul Boy Album: Blameful Isle – Strange But Not Entirely Unattractive


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