Black Peaches ‘Fire In The Hole’

Black Peaches come from a musical point halfway between the swamp and the tropics – a psychotropic stew of country boogie, spiritual jazz and funk. ‘Fire In the Hole’ is the follow up to their 2016 debut ‘Get Down You Dirty Rascals’.

Read an interview with the band’s leader Rob Smoughton at The Quietus.

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Altin Gün ‘Gece’

Swiftly following Netherlands based Altın Gün’s 2018 debut album ‘On’, ‘Gece’ continues their interpretation of Anatolian rock and folk through fuzzed up 21st century funk, firmly establishing the band in the global psych scene.

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Ed Longo & The Applied Arts Ensemble ‘The Other Fantasy’

Conceived with a strong jazz-funk, fusion and boogie approach, the ‘Other Fantasy’ is the result of many recording sessions that took place in different places around Europe with an array of musicians. The record is conceptualised around the quest for Otherness in the schizophrenia of the digital age, and the resulting exotic dystopias which we are confronted with every day.

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Clever Austin ‘Pareidolia’

Clever Austin (born Perrin Moss) is the self-taught multi-instrumentalist and co-producer behind Hiatus Kaiyote. His debut album ‘Pareidolia’ is a genre-bending sonic and emotive pilgrimage with virtuosic, percussive groove at its core. Conceived via countless nights in his home studio, it dreamily roams across 18 tracks which slowly unravel with the cinematic feel of a movie.

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Rudy’s Midnight Machine ‘La Cadenza’

‘La Cadenza’ is the third EP by Rudy’s Midnight Machine (aka Robin Lee from Faze Action) of slinky jazz, funk, disco and Balearic moves.

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