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Rhythm and Roots – Volume 22

Featuring compilations De Gulde Snede Vol. 3 and Expedición de Ritmos.

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Rhythm and Roots – Volume 21

With featured artists Populous.

Fresh Electronic Music From Brazil – Hy Brazil Vol 4

Chico Dub has been showcasing the wealth of talent from the Brazilian underground electronic music scene for the past few years, curating Rio’s Novas Frequências festival and Sónar in São Paulo, and releasing four brilliantly diverse compilations of the… Read More

FILM: Que Pasa Colombia

Que Pasa Colombia is snapshot of the flourishing modern Colombia music scene. The home of Salsa, Cumbia and Champeta, Colombia has played a very special role in the story of Latin American music. A melting pot of African, European… Read More

Los Diablos Del Ritmo (Analog Africa)

I have been sitting on this wonderful album released by Analog Africa for a while but have only just got round to fully immersing myself in it. On paper this is another compilation celebrating the seemlessly endless resource of brilliant… Read More

Batida – Tirei o Chapéu Mix (Paris DJs)

Batida – Tirei O Chapéu Mix (Paris DJs) I have been a long time fan of Batida, the creation of Angolan / Portuguese DJ Mpula aka Pedro Coquenão, for their mix of traditional Angolan music with modern electronic styles. This… Read More

Débruit – From the Horizon (Civil Music – 4th June)

I have only recently started exploring his productions but I am quickly becoming a big fan of French producer Débruit. Though his name seems to have been around for a while, On the Horizon, is his first full length album…. Read More

Rhythm & Roots Mix – Volume XII

[vodpod id=ExternalVideo.1016775&w=425&h=350&fv=] Spring is here and, as ever, the internet is awash with inspiring and foot waggling tunes from each corner of the globe. Our 12th (time flies!) Rhythm & Roots mix is a good ‘un and is… Read More

The National Fanfare of Kadebostany

Any album which opens with sheep samples, distorted wild singing, reedy oboes, tinny drums and a big phat bassline, has my attention from the beginning. What’s more, the idea behind The National Fanfare of Kadebostany is right up… Read More

Makina – Potro

The fourth release from future looking Latin American netlabel Antartek comes from Amsterdam based Argentine born producer Makina. Potro (which translates as horse) consists of four prime cuts of ‘Ghetto Folk/House/Pisco Sour/Cumbia'(!) Makina takes house music foundations and… Read More