Head over to Electronic Beats to listen to all recorded sets. If you’re excited about this kind of thing you should also check out the complete Article with additional details surrounding Hamburg’s nightlife in the more youthful stages of dance music.
Dovetailing the civil rights movement, 1970s blaxploitation film was the birth of a new code of black representation. Check the article over at The Vinyl Factory
A record shop owner from Minnesota in the United States Rob Sheeley came across the kind of haul that lovers of vinyl could only dream of. A record store, which had closed down in 1994, had left its stock gathering dust in a basement in Big Spring, Texas. The inventory added up to over 100,000 […]
Keyboardist Marco Parisi stepped behind a MIDI controller known as the Seaboard RISE At a musical instrument trade fair in Germany. Parisi covered Jimi Hendrix’s, “Little Wing” capitalizing on the keyboard’s spontaneous capability to bend notes.
Rubberband + Turntable = Fresh bassline
The British Library has released a collection of 8,000, ‘Afro-pop’ tracks available to stream for free. The tracks were released between 1958 and 1984 and are from the Syliphone label. It’s a fairly amazing listen. Check the link below and have a dig.
The re-issue of the classic will feature for the first time the full score previously only available on CD. The release is available from the 12th April on waxwork records. Check out the black, yellow and white coloured vinyl below. https://twitter.com/waxworkrecords/status/717022105728999424/video/1
History Genius Of Time is by no means the first compilation of the legendary producer and DJ but it’s but it’s a worthy purchase with gems such as his mix of Gwen Guthrie’s ‘Padlock’ and the instrumental dub of Smokey Robinson’s ‘And I Don’t Love You’, plus versions of Grace Jones, Central Line and Loose […]