The beautifully understated electronic/hip-hop track plays on a mixture between heavy beats and delicate instrumentation, and it’s represented here with a highly appropriate video featuring plenty of musical gadgetry and subtle, yet classy, film techniques. We definitely approve.
If you haven’t checked out Debian Blak’s EP, A Hint Of Menace, then I’m liable to … [read more]
The video for 212 by Azealia Banks is back on YouTube! I don’t even care who/what/how/why, just glad it’s back.
Something really addictive about this track, 212, by American emcee and singer Azealia Banks. Take a look at this video, with cheeky cameos from Lunice and Jacques Green, and it’ll become instantly apparent that Azealia Banks has a ridiculous flow. Like RIDICULOUS. This isn’t even a female emcee thing, this is just an emcee thing – she’s on par with anyone else … [read more]
Adeline, the most amazing female bass player you’ve never heard of. It’s obviously also worth noting that she’s got a helluva voice too and a hideous amount of soul running through her veins. Think of some beautiful hybrid of Janelle Monae, Sharon Jones and Esperanza Spalding.
At this point I don’t really know too much else about Adeline (apart from the fact she is French-born, living in New York and is extremely talented), but you can catch her on Facebook and Twitter… [read more]
Today we bring news from dear friends of ours! The Wah Wah 45s gang are back with their annual Wah Wah Live at The Scala event on 15 October. It’s fast becoming a bit of an institution in London and the past couple of years have seen over 1000 people turn up for each one! This year is expected to be bigger than ever with an amazing array of talent spread over three rooms of The Scala in King’s Cross (N1), including;
Gilles Peterson… [read more]
Listen back/stream/download the 24th edition of The Jus Like Music Show on NTS which aired this past Saturday. We had Greymatter and the Wolf Music guys on as our special guests, and Greymatter span us a wicked selection of dance tracks including some tasty Wolf Music cuts. Definitely one for those who like their house and electronica with a bit of substance.
We also had a chat with Greymatter and the Wolf Music crew to talk about their label and the direction they’re heading in. … [read more]
Check out this charming little video for Naive Machine‘s track Robot Ramification, taken from the EP of the same name, which is out now on Hit & Hope Records. The video is directed by Dylan Rees and tells the story of an oppressed robot who has had enough and decides to do something about it!
If you haven’t checked out the Robot Ramification EP yet, you really should. The UK duo expertly blend hip-hop with electronic stylings to make something absolutely banging … [read more]
Following up from last year’s two-track release, Cosmic Lab/20 Winks, BUG is back with his Mechanical Soul EP on our very own Jus Like Music Records. The other week we previewed BUG‘s new release, but now it’s actually out and available to buy from Bandcamp, iTunes, Turntable Lab, Amazon and pretty much all other reputable online stores.
The Mechanical Soul EP infuses heavy hip-hop beats with soulful west coast funk stylings. But this is no pastiche. BUG comes correct with … [read more]
The Poejazzi gang are celebrating their fifth Birthday with an event at The City Arts and Music Project in London (EC1Y) on Tuesday 11 October. Headlining the event is the amazing Swedish singer/songwriter Cornelia. She’ll be joined on the bill by Mista Gee, Nikesh Shukla and Rosie Sleightholme, for what promises to be a fantastic evening of live music and lyricism.
Freestyle Records have just launched their new website, and to celebrate that fact they’ve decided to give away the excellent single, A Time For, by Lack Of Afro as a FREE mp3.
To download this catchy-as-hell track, which is from the forthcoming album, This Time, all you have to do is go to the new Freestyle Records website and subscribe to their newsletter. Once you’ve confirmed your email address you will be sent an email with a link to download the track – … [read more]