Feeling this. Mo Kolours.
One again Iceland's Björk, the professor of creativity.
This is not new, but it's still so good. Björk's Wanderlust. Directed by the ridicously talented Encyclopedia Pictura from the woods of California.
Finally some common sense. Thanks David.
Like this a lot, the new song by London's James Blake.
Tristan Perich composed the 1 Bit Symphony.
The Prepared Turntable was designed by London's Yuri Suzuki in 2008.
Blitz shows his skills on the Koshkas, a very weird and lovely percussion, to support Ghana's All Stars at the cup.
Still like this a lot, video and track.
My friend Blitz released his brand new music video.
East-London based Tinashé performs on a Zimbabwean Mbira. The classical Mbira consists of 22 to 28 metal keys mounted on a hardwood soundboard made from the mubvamaropa tree.
The legend from Bristol, DJ Derek, has been a reggae DJ for almost all his life. Jamie Foord and Russell Smith did now a short documentary about him, very recommendable. And here is part II. Bomba Clock!
Recently, there has been a new trend how to put out music. The music television died and the internet stars are arising. Therefore also these two project make sense:
First came Arte with Les Soirées De Poche, followed by Nigel Godrich's From The Basement. Both projects follow the same concept to let well-known bands perform in a very intimate location, film it well, and put it out on the internet. Hopefully more like this to come.
There they are. There are still some good British rapper out there. This is one of the rare species, Speech Debelle from South London, signed up by Ninja Tunes.
Kuttiman mixes youtube.
David O'Reilly for M.I.A.
Happy easter break everybody... Don't forget, you are still the best!
The queen of African soul passed away yesterday at the age of 76. Miriam Makeba, symbol of the struggle against Apartheid, died of a heart attack after giving a concert for Roberto Saviano (Director and Writer of "Gomorra") in Italy. Rest in peace.
A good band they are, good dance style.
Still like this a lot. Obrigado Dilla.
And this blog is having holidays for two weeks... there is too much to do and see to sit in front of the screen all day. Byebye.
The Roots put their new record Rising Down out today. Time to recap, how this all started: www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0q4iEE9YU0