1. Dawaun Parker Talks Detox


  2. So Bari - Benjamin Verdoes

    2014. Sung entirely in Somali, Benjamin Verdoes (formerly of Mt. Saint Helens Vietnam Band, and half of Iska Dhaaf) premieres the first video from his album “The Evil Eye”.


  3. Fly Me To The Moon - Choosey

    2014. Produced by Exile


  4. What About My Love? - Damaris



  5. Walking In Jesus Name - Sly Stone

    from Nuggets Of The Golden Age Of Gospel (1945-1958). Sylvester Stewart, aka Sly Stone, was born into a religious family - his parents provided a platform through which he dug into rock’s gospel roots and transformed the r&b tradition forever with a harder, and somehow all at once sweeter, brand of soul music. The Stewart family aligned themselves as the The Stewart Four, a band of toddlers and tikes (some as young as 2) that managed to produce a remarkably sophisticated bundle of gospel recordings.

    “Walking In Jesus Name” finds a 9-year-old Sly hitting all the notes and leading the band in a formidable display of early control and poise with that raspy smoke-soaked vox burning through bluesy church numbers.


  6. Pimmelmann - Glenn Astro & Imyrmind


    Painting: Late Turner


  7. Stop Holding Back - Surface

    1977 / 1999


  8. Jasper Smith

    (via septagonstudios)


  9. The Real Thing - Sergio Mendes & The New Brazil ‘77


    Photo: The Yanomami: An isolated yet imperiled Amazon tribe


  10. Never Catch Me - Flying Lotus featuring Kendrick Lamar


    Photo: Josef Koudelka


  11. X Seminar - Camp Lo

    2014. Produced by longtime collaborator Ski Beatz.


  12. Red Runner - Wayne Snow

    2014. Kesiana a.k.a Wayne Snow, now a resident of Berlin and with music as his liberator. 'Red Runner' is a collaborative project between Tartelet and Comet Records. Based in Paris, Comet specialises in bringing a myriad of Afro Psych Rock sounds together and are lauded champions of the Afrobeat revival.

    GIF: A.L. Crego


  13. Shinjuku Strut - Rick Wade



  14. Nomind - FloFilz



  15. Communication EP - Lay-Far