Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011 | Podcast | 8 Comments
01. Pal Joey - She’s Here (Wave) Info
02. Loose Joints - Tell You (Today) (West End) Info
03. Quando Quango - Love Tempo (Factory) Info
04. Buari - Advice From Father B (RCA) Info
05. Nu Yorican Soul - The Nervous Track (Nervous) Info
06. Azaxx - Coco Nuts Bay (Tru Thoughts) Info
07. Dflex - Waltz (Tiny Sticks) Info
08. Somore - I Refuse (Plate) Info
09. Digital Dub Vs. Dubiterian - Deb Dub (Soul Jazz) Info
10. The Jones Girls - Nights Over Egypt (Philadelphia International) Info
11. Kuniyuki Takahashi - Flying Music (Mule) Info
12. Caprice - 100% (NIA) Info
13. As One - Triumphant (Spiral) Info
14. Roy Ayers - Chicago (Universal Sound) Info
Direct download: JGM_68_-_Tell_You_Today.mp3
Friday, June 26th, 2009 | Sounds | 6 Comments
Chicago based Stephen Hitchell dons many guises, producing as Soultek, Phase90 and Variant, as well as collaborating with Rod Modell as echospace and cv313. Hitchell (along with Modell) also runs the echospace [detroit] label, which earlier this year released his first solo album ‘The Seduction Of Silence’ under the Intrusion moniker. In this interview, Stephen tells us about the finer details of running a label, as well as what’s coming up for him and echospace [detroit].
Wednesday, December 31st, 2008 | Vision | No Comments
Some deep Southall business from Aba Shanti….
Monday, September 25th, 2006 | Podcast | No Comments
01. Prince Douglas - Jam Love Dub (Wackies) Buy
02. Rhythm & Sound - Dem Never Know (Burial Mix) Buy
03. Trentemoller - Chameleon (Poker Flat) Buy
04. Atjazz - For Real (Sonar Kollektiv) Buy
05. Patchworks feat. Mr. Day - Deep Ocean (Still Music) Buy
06. Block 16 - Morning Sun (Nuphonic) Info
07. Metro Area - Nerves (Environ) Buy
08. Dimensions 6 - Living In The Sunshine (Arision) Buy
09. Omar S - Oasis Collaborating 2 (FXHE) Buy
10. Milton Cardona - Ebioso (Unrestricted Access) Buy
11. KDJ - How Sweed It Is (KDJ) Info
Direct download: jgm92406.m4a
Monday, January 30th, 2006 | Podcast | No Comments
Friday, January 6th, 2006 | Podcast | No Comments
Title - Artist (Label)
1. Damien “Jnr. Gong” Marley - Welcome To Jamrock (Ghetto Youths) Info
Bob Marley’s son gives us a dancehall monster. Using a classic, driving Sly & Robbie rhythm (from Ini Kamoze’s “World Of Music”).
2. Stromba - Tickle Me Dub (Fat Cat) Info
Fat Cat have a knack for releasing interesting music, whether it’s pounding dancefloor tracks or ethereal pop. Stromba’s debut album ‘The Sitting Room’, is a lesson in eclecticism. Dub rhythms, twisted jazz and afro beat all combine to make a coherent, solid listen all the way through.
3. Jah Warrior - Heartical Dub (Deep Space Media) Info
A small taste of Francois K’s popular party in NY, featuring an impeccable and eclectic mix of tribal house, heavy dub, lush techno, nu disco and a touch of drum n’ bass, as well as excellent new productions by Francois K.
4. Konono No.1 - Kule Kule (Crammed Discs) Info
The traditional African instruments used by this 12 piece Congolese band were modified with used car parts, old amplifiers, and other parts found in the junk yard. The result being music that sounds like nothing else. Raw, distorted, highly infectious and very danceable. This album is truly remarkable.
5. Recloose - Dust (Peacefrog) Info
The debut single from Recloose’s 2nd album is funky as hell. A bumpy, off kilter house track with lush vocals and hints of afro-funk. A party tune, that will get everyone on their feet.
6. Jill Scott - ‘Not Like Crazy’ (Shelter) Info
2005 was a prolific year for Quentin Harris. It seemed like he had a release or remix every week and all consistently good. Crossing genre boundaries, this is not your run of the mill house remix. Just as good, if not better than the original version.
Direct download: JGM_002_2005_Top_10_pt.1.mp3