Trippy soul from New Zealand kicked off this weeks proceedings with the quirky delights of Connan Mockasin before the leftfield soul vibes of Jitwam ran nicely into the post punk funk of The Jellies. !!! with a little twist from Maurice Fulton then kept the funk but added some nice soul vocals before Axel Bonan‘s, end of night vibed, «Fantastic Piano» didn’t quite end the night but paved the way for some classical experimentation from Nils Frahm.
KILM and KRTS then came through with the pastoral electronica before Jagan Mai kept the electronica but upped the exerimentation, very impressive for a 17 year old, one to keep your eyes on. The Teotima Ensemble then laid down some spiritual, soulful AfroLatinJazz vibes before Neptune Alpha Base Massive took us on a trip down Nu-Jazz memory lane. KingTunes then dropped the quality underground hip hop vibes from their great, free to grab release, Recondite upped the tempo before Rael and then Funkineven twisted the techno template to fit their own musical vision.
Connan Mockasin – I’m The Man, That Will Find You (Phantasy Sound)
Jitwam – Rightaboutnow (Leaving Records)
The Jellies – The Conversation (Emotional Rescue)
!!! – One Girl/One Boy, Maurice Fulton Remix (Warp)
Axel Boman – Fantastic Piano (Studio Barnhas)
Nils Frahm – Ross’s Harmonium (Erased Tapes)
KILN – Pinemartin (Ghostly International)
KRTS – Nothing Grows In Red Soil (Project Mooncircle promo)
Jagan Mai – Naptime Feelings (Soundesc promo)
Teotima Ensemble – Darbari (First Word promo)
Neptune Alpha Base Massive – Stargazer’s Theme (Further Out)
KingTunes – Natura (Bandcamp)
Recondite – Rise (Ghostly International)
Rael – Monsoon (Nonine)
Funkineven – Egypt (Eglo Records promo)
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