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Paul Chin launches “Deep Jupiter” off Dancing Drums EP

Music Is My Sanctuary premieres the first track from recent Bastard Jazz signee Paul Chin‘s forthcoming Dancing Drums EP. “Deep Jupiter” finds the Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist collaborating with “harp goddess” Johanna Wienhølts, and provides a glimpse of the reverberating blend of moodiness and texture on his EP, which will also feature a remix from Shigeto. […]
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SINGLE: Brit Manor – “Diamond In The Rough” + VIDEO

New single from Brit Manor (produced by Chuck Wild aka Captain Planet) is out today, along with an official music video directed by Araeia Robinson and premiered on Afropunk. Homegrown Los Angeles soul chanteuse Brit Manor (formerly known as Brit Laurén) is carving out her solo path with a powerful debut single on the Bastard […]
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Bastard Jazz Radio – “New Spiritual Jazz Movements”

Devoted entirely to the new generation of folks keeping the Spiritual Jazz flame alive! New Spiritual Jazz Movements by Brooklyn Radio on Mixcloud Tracklisting: 1. Matthew Hallsall – Mary Emma Louise 2. The Nostalgia 77 Octet – Stars 3. Emnative – Hum Allah Hum Allah Hum Allah 4. Nat Birchall – Return to Ithaca 5. […]
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12-INCH: Lord Echo vs. DJ Day / Remixes [White Vinyl]

OUT NOW ON WHITE VINYL 12-INCH! Soundboard maestros Lord Echo and DJ Day link up across oceans to trade remix duties on each other’s top tunes, flipping the pair onto a heavily dubbed out Double A-side single pressed up on frothing white vinyl. California dance-floor champ DJ Day gives Echo’s iconic “Bohemian Idol” a 1980s […]
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ExMag Remixes Potatohead People’s “Luv Ya” feat. Amalia

Potatohead People‘s discofied joint “Luv Ya” feat sultry Chicago songstress Amalia gets flipped by Brooklyn road warriors Exmag. The new version follows on the heels of Noo Bap‘s transformative remix of the same tune. Both are available for FREE DOWNLOAD. Check out the original version available on Potatohead People’s album Big Luxury and “Luv Ya” […]
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Wax Poetics unveils DJ Day Remix of Lord Echo’s “Bohemian Idol” from White Vinyl 12-Inch

Wax Poetics premieres DJ Day’s dubby, 80s drum machine fueled “Chair-Bro” remix of Lord Echo’s iconic “Bohemian Idol” (feat. vocals by Toby Laing of Fat Freddy’s Drop, originally released on Echo’s Curiosities album) — this new heater is one half of our double A-side 45rpm white vinyl 12″ featuring the two esteemed producers trading remix […]
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