PODCAST: Jus Like Music Volume 26
Volume 26 of the Jus Like Music Podcast has literally just dropped! A wide selection of the finest tracks that have been encroaching on JLM ears recently. Mostly new tracks with a pinch of classic or overlooked. All class, either way.
I was under the impression that if you read this blog, then you knew about the podcast. But apparently not! Even though I put the details of the podcast in the sidebar and on its own page, it still goes unnoticed by some. Hence I thought it would be a wise idea to make a blog post with each new podcast – so no excuses, slackers, get it downloaded!
Volume 26 tracklisting:
1. TM Juke and The Jack Baker Trio – Spread It On feat. Alice Russell
2. Hint – Afro Love Forest (Feat. Kinny)
3. Flying Lotus – Rickshaw
4. Super Smoky Soul – Geek Beat (Hud Mo Re.Twirk)
5. Roots Manuva – I’m A New Man
6. SonnyJim – Stack Ps feat. Orifice, English and Smoke Darg
7. The Bamboos – Can’t Help Myself Featuring Ty
8. The Natural Yogurt Band – Chit Chat
9. Hypnotic Brass Ensemble – Birthday
10. Amy Winehouse – You’re Wondering Now
11. Emiliana Torrini – Me And Armini
12. Kutiman – No Reason For You
13. Lizzy Parks – All That
14. El Michels Affair – This Songs For You
15. The Neil Cowley Trio – Clumsy Couple
16. J.A.M – Jazzy Joint Ft. Jose James
A lovely spread, I’m sure you’ll agree. We’ve got tracks from the new TM Juke and The Jack Baker Trio LP (due to drop 8th September on Tru Thoughts), Rickshaw from the Flying Lotus LA EP 1 X 3 (out now on Warp), exclusive new track I’m A New Man by Roots Manuva (from his forthcoming Slime & Reason LP out 1st September on Big Dada) and also Can’t Help Myself by The Bamboos featuring Ty (which is the B-side to the King Of The Rodeo 7″ out on Tru Thoughts).
Also big props to Hint for a banger of an album with the recently released Driven From Distraction on Tru Thoughts. Speaking of Tru Thoughts (which I do quite often!) Lizzy Parks‘ LP, Raise The Roof, is due out on 22nd September. You might recognise her modern jazz stylings from previous work with Nostalgia 77, but Lizzy is here in full effect with her first full release on Tru Thoughts.
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