This journey finds new horizons when heard late at night through headphones with nothing but the candidly expressive instrumentation piercing the stillness of the night.
A definite relish for the more elemental funk sampling of nineties rap.
‘Petals’ is full of that clean life-affirming groove found all over Nile Rodgers’ cameos on Random Access Memories.
“Show You The Way” proves that aside from his otherworldly musicianship, Thundercat charms with his ever-present unpredictability.
The whole EP is a mini masterpiece so I suggest you start with the opener/title track and dive in.
The month-long Blogtober Festival got underway at The Finsbury this weekend with two nights, curated by For Folk's Sake and Young & Aspiring, that set a high bar for the remaining 29 shows
Just as you’re beginning to fear Team Picture’s adherence to brute-force krautrock has left them as aggressively inflexible as the Russian football experience, they rustle up a spine-tingling flourish.
The naturally progressive oscillation of 'Train' is weighted with a hefty, housey kick and sustained keyboard chord changes that announce your next destination as Ambient Trance
Presenting a quintet of fresh tracks evenly executed by six-string and synth but unified by heavyweight intent. After all, ain't it time you gave your ears a January workout...
Trudy guitarist Olly Taylor's lively fretwork is what sets ‘Baby I’m Blue’ (along with the rest of the Scouse trio’s output so far) above and beyond the competition.