Album Review: Paper Tiger – Rogue Planet

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Since 2017’s EP entitled ‘2020’ the anticipation for The Colours That Rise‘s debut album was high but now the wait is over. Released on Rhythm Section International, producer duo Simeon Jones and Nathanael Williams are back with a future funk Jazz, deep soul House voyage into the cosmos, featuring acclaimed guests such as Yazmin Lacey, Yussef Dayes, and Andrew Ashong. Combining live …

Japanese musician and vocalist Isayahh Wuddha releases ‘Urban Brew’, an eddying blend of lo-fi soulful indie, funk, rock and psychedelia. The release is led by Wuddha’s strange but alluring vocal delivery, moving betweentender-to-the-point-of-breaking-any-second, almost-apathetic-semi-rapping and friendly-conversational with the occasional James Brown scream dotted around. Recorded in Kyoto to multitrack tape recorder with vintage drum machines, …

Aimed directly at the dancefloor Darker Than Wax bring you their latest release ‘BODYCLOCK’ Vol.1. The freshly minted series represents the label’s primary outlet for club burners and machine soul, shedding light on a new school of producers from around the globe while at the same time paying homage to the pioneers who laid the …

British pianist and producer Dominic J Marshall releases his latest album on the Singapore based label ‘Darker Than Wax‘. Here we see the virtuosic and classically-trained pianist show his deep diversity, free of any musical or sonic constraints. It’s Future Jazz electronica that gets deep and dubby, drawing from diverse inspirations.  Mellow smooth flavours swirl in an …

As the vinyl revival momentum continues, it is indeed a wonderful to be a collector and for those looking for some hard to find gems, Fortuna Records should be your next stop. A record label and DJ crew from Tel-Aviv Fortuna are championing the obscure forgotten sounds of the Middle East with some wonderful reissues. …

A sci-fi thriller set in the future, AD ASTRA stars Brad Pitt as an elite astronaut who travels to the outer edges of the solar system to find his missing father and unravel a mystery that threatens the survival of our planet. His journey will uncover secrets that challenge the nature of human existence and …

Summers Sons return with their second full length album ‘The Rain‘, their most heartfelt record to date, ‘The Rain‘ was recorded in the wake of devastating family bereavement and explores some of the darkest themes we’ve heard from the duo. Summers Sons are brothers Turt (vocals) and Slim (Production), Summers Sons two previous projects ‘Undertones’ and …

The Leeds and London-based outfit are back with their third album ‘Rogue Planet’ a combination of elements from live recordings and improvisations, with an emphasis on blending organic sounds with electronic production techniques. It’s a trip through Electronic, funk, hip hop and soul, brimming with textured samples and intriguing progressions, demonstrating the enviable musicianship on show here. …

Aniseed is a musician working quietly in the Norfolk countryside who over the years has been building a catalogue of work and sound experiments across a swathe of styles. This single release comprises of music recorded through a combination of magnetic tape and modern recording techniques, with roots in both electronic and acoustic traditions. Fragments …

In 2007 an EP entitled ‘Songs For Einna‘ was released on the DS93, first as a White Label/Test Press as seventeen copies and then as an official DS93 release as ninty three copies, DS93 (a off-shoot of Dust Science Recordings) was set up with a strict release code: No Represses, No Downloads, No CD Compilation. Over …