All of our daily recommendations in one weekly, RSS feed friendly, round-up:
sungjae son - near east quartet (ecm)
On repeat this morning is the evocative oriental folk, jazz, electronic soundscape fusion of Koreas's Sungjae Song on ECM Records.
moontribe - moontribe (fortuna)
Lose yourself this weekend with Moontribe as he/she/they present the cosmic sounds of the African diaspora past, present & time concepts/ dimensions as yet unknown with this mesmerizing, hypnosis inducing percussive suite for Fortuna Records.
alabaster deplume - the corner of a sphere (lost map)
I'm overjoyed to have finally picked up on the warm, whimsical, worldly, wobbly, weirdy, wordy, winking, wayward jazz poetry of the wonderfully named Alabaster dePlume on Lost Map
dakota suite, dag rosenqvist & emanuele errante - what matters most (karaoke kalk)
I'm unfailingly happy to welcome Dakota Suite LPs into the world and the latest, fittingly collaborative effort, musing on those that you love and "who save you from being less than you otherwise would have been" is no exception. Beautifully melancholy, ambient, post (sofa) rock from Karaoke Kalk.
mutual benefit - thunder follows light (transgressive)
Check out the utterly charming, nicely orchestral, gently electronically kissed, indie folk pop of Mutual Benefit on Transgressive. Lovely stuff.
dengue dengue dengue - semillero (on the corner)
Forget the shower and a coffee, start your week in an ayahuasca addled, percussively charged, bass powered, Amazonian tribal haze with the sounds of Dengue Dengue Dengue courtesy On the Corner.
john carroll kirby
Polish your crystals, get your joss sticks fired up and go all new age of New Age with the meditative, all is love, ambient electronic sounds of John Carroll Kirby. Sunday healing music on Leaving Records.
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