Audio Texture Radio Show – April 8, 2013

Quite a soulful vibe this week, kicking off with one of two tracks in the show from Omarand his wonderful remake of his 1990 classic «There’s Nothing Like This» taken from his new EP The Man which is boding very well indeed for the album. A sensitive Taylor McFerrin remix of «Come To My Door» from Jose James then followed before a hatrick of modern soul classics was completed by Sweatson Klank‘s «Morning After Pills» from his, now available, album on Project Mooncircle. Jazz was then the order of the day with the opening track from Kevin Beadle‘s stellar compilation, Private Collection, out on BBE Records.

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Audio Texture Radio Show – March 4, 2013

There was a deep and slightly more experimental flavour to this weeks show kicking off with the most melodic offering from the new Tangent album which led nicely into a taster of the new J’s Bee album which truly is a thing of wonder. They are a ten piece Japanese group, mixing up the styles to lush effect before the Ambient Jazz Ensemble took up the cinematic mantle and ran full steam ahead with it. Letherette then changed the musical course with some future boogie beats, closely followed by more of the same from hot young Belgian talent Pomrad just about to release his EP on the ever interesting Earnest Endeavours label. Sweatson Klank then provided some thinking man’s hip hop before Khing Kang King took the «thinking man’s hip hop» tag to the next level and beyond.

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