Like walking down a favorite neighborhood street, slapping-five with friends, checking up with clerks in their stores, admiring your own dark sun-glassed face in their windows, ducking under flowerpots and smelling the familiar smells of your most cherished locale.The sound of soul group True Loves is just like that.
With Hiroki Miyano, Yutaka Shiina, Safari, Katsumi Horii Project and many more!
Welcome to Alois! The Swiss band have created their own world of dance-oriented art pop. Alois came from jazz and relish playing out. Last month the band gave an energetic performance at ESNS to prove that.
“Daily Routines” from Stan Forebee and Axian is a a tribute to the commuting lifestyle from not so long ago. The energetic, powerful but meditative mood reflects the longing of people to start settling back into a ‘new’ normal life.
With the album “Heritage of the Invisible II” Aquiles Navarro & Tcheser Holmes share a volume of their story in rich color – a brilliantly imagined testament to generations of memory, creation and existential joy.
The new album “Universal Beings E&F Sides” is an addendum to Makaya McCraven’s critically-acclaimed 2018 release “Universal Beings.” It presents 14 new pieces of organic beat music cut from the original sessions.
“Sons of Ethiopia” from Admas is a fascinating piece of the Ethiopian musical puzzle. Emerging from the community of Ethiopian exiles who had been scattered to the winds by the brutality of the Derg dictatorship, the album was in 1984 the sound of a new generation.
“Tric!”, the title of the first track of “La Tour Du Pouvoir” means “strike” in old Lyonnais dialect and would be heard in the rallying cries of the printer’s revolt in 1539. The same cry for liberty was shared by oppressed African-Americans and “canuts” (silkworkers from Lyon).
The concept of Corn on My Dinnerplate is simple and powerful: Seven friends from Chicago making music together and disseminating a culture of Corn. Single “Arizona” is the latest product of this creative collective.
Jazz, fusion, funk