Even better than the original.
Psychedelic Afro sounds from Hong Kong.
Beautiful sounds with a broken reel-to-reels.
From ‘The Hamilton Mixtape’.
From the Malian star’s first release in eight years.
About as chill as you can get.
I’m not the only one feeling this way, am I?
A good antidote for today’s train wreck of a press conference.
An introduction to Western Sahara musician/activist/actress Aziza Brahim and her north African desert blues.
Meet Ogun Afrobeat, Madrid’s Yoruba connection.
Most appealing? I like the drums, the garage style guitar riffs and the mildly hypnotic voice. And that the EP’s first 100 12″ pressings will be released on hot pink vinyl.
Lo-fi meandering, murmuring melancholy. But in a fun way.
An illuminating trip into Conrad’s Heart of Darkness – through 21st century headphones.
Nihilistic existentialism cont.
Heavy, gloomy and stark sounds from the streets of Athens, but energizing, too.
Fun and smart retro
An earworm for Thursday.
A dreamy midweek landscape with lots going on that still manages to live up to its “FlamencoChill” hash tag.
Barrier-busting sounds from the streets of Kinshasa fusing traditional Congolese sounds with electronica, psychedelia and post-punk.
Invigorating pop guitar sounds to kick your week into gear.