Thursday, 8 December 2016

Friday, 2 December 2016

Ronald Shannon Jackson • Puttin' On The Dog

Currently putting some artist specific mixtapes together,
one of them being Ronald Shannon Jackson.
This track from his album Pulse has gotten a lot of play of late.

Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Stylo350s Mixtape 00

Finally jumped on the mixtape bandwagon, anyways enjoy. Will try to knock a few out before the inevitable...




01. Caminho • Ramiro Musotto

02. Kala • Mbongwana Star

03. Ubombo [Smith & Mighty Remix] • Madala Kunene

04. Sessaphêre • Audun Kleive

05. Be Ki Don (Cockpit Dub) • Schneider TM

06. Humble • Paul St. Hilaire

07. Blue Fire Celebration • Summit

08. Waldron's Lament • Rhythmic Theory

09. Hello Bored Biz Man • Mu

10. Nhem Nhem Nhem • Totonho E Os Cabra




 

Katie Gately • Lift



 More pop music like this please.

Wednesday, 5 October 2016

Pat Thomas • Remembering



Pat Thomas is a very special musician in that he plays a great variety of musics, and uses electronics as well as piano and Synthesizer. He is equally comfortable in playing jazz avant-garde improvised music, multiple genres of rock and fusion as well as jungle. Sampling and the jazz anaesthetic are fused on this CD to make a unique hour of music. Here Jungle embraces a high level of creativity and freedom that is usually only associated with jazz. These sounds are the heart and soul of this very gifted musical being. Listen.

(Album liner notes)

1. One Nation
2. Remembering
3. The Way To Heaven
4. Who Are The Strangers?
5. Repentance
6. Precious Gift
7. The Reply
8. As You Well Know
9. It's True
10. No Surprises





Pat Thomas
Electronics, Piano, Synthesizer, Sampler




Programmed, engineered and mastered by  Steve Geekie
All songs written and produced by Pat Thomas

Label: Newjazz.com ‎– NJC 003
Format: 320
Country: US
Released: 1997
Genre: Electronic, Jazz
Style: Contemporary Jazz

Friday, 26 August 2016

Material live in Italy July 1983




Sonny Sharrock • guitar
Henry Kaiser • guitar
Michael Beinhorn • synth, drum machine
Grandmixer DST • turntable, voice, synth
Bill Laswell • bass
JT Lewis • drums



Wednesday, 17 August 2016

Black Science Orchestra • Walters Room

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Here's some more Beedle for your needle - if not the one attached to the tone arm, the one embedded in the digital junkie's arm at least. See bio info for Ashley Beedle over at the Ballistic Brothers post on Soundological. For his BSO effort, Ashely forsook the talents of buds Rocky & Diesel for a heavier reliance on Uschi Classen and engineer Marc Woolford. The album is named in deference to one of the early pioneers of the extended remix, Walter Gibbons. In all seriousness, if you just glossed over that link and you don't really know who Gibbons was then you better check yourself and click on that link, kiddo. You're in for a treat. Then go to the Disco Museum for a nice in-depth bio on the man you can read while listening to BSO's homage to the glory days of Philly, New York and Jersey disco. Shout out to Julian over at Play Jazz Loud for his psychic request!
AMG

1. Start The Dancer
2. City Of Brotherly Love
3. A Hot Family Day
4. Bless The Darkness
5. Just Holdin' On
6. Hudson River Revisited
7. St. Mark's Square
8.Save Us (The Jam)
9. Downtown Science
10. Rican Opus #9
11. Hudson River High


The Black Science Orchestra
Ashley Beedle • Percussion, Keyboards, Drum Programming
Marc Woolford • Keyboards, Programming
Uschi Classen • Keyboards, String Arrangements


The Brothers & Sisters
Amy Simmons • Flute
David Alvarez • Live Drum Overdubs
Dave Maggio • Saxophone
Lewis Rhone • Trombone
Charles Marin • Trumpet
Stella Hinton • Guitar
Tommy 'D' • Keyboards
Oscar Ronindéz • Percussion
Carl Walker • Vibraphone 


Vocals
The BSO, Steve Lucas, Carla Hendry, Tommy 'D', Sister Soul


Strings
The Classenic String Ensemble • Strings


All songs produced, arranged and written by
and
The Black Science Orchestra

Except ‘Save Us’ co-produced and co-written by Tommy ‘D’
Engineered by James Brown and Marc Woolford


"Music is the first science known to man. Understand while you dance."
"The BSO would like to thank everybody who has supported us. Much love!" 


Label: Junior Boy's Own ‎– JBOCD5
Format: Flac
Country: UK
Released: 1996
Genre: Electronic
Style: Disco, Deep House,