We thought we would provide a one stop, weekly shop for our daily music recommendations for the RSS feed massive that means you don't have to log on daily to social media and hope their algorithms actually give you the information you want.
As usual we'll just put our Twitter friendly, succinct, alliteratively leaning descriptions by the side of the player to try and tempt you but let's face it music is a subjective thing. I guess we're more or less on the same musical wavelength or your wouldn't be here in the first place but you know how it goes the true test is what happens when that music hits your ears and connects with your brain.
balearic vol. 4 compiled by jim breese (balearic records)
Keeping the Balearic vibe alive with a fine building selection of eclectic Breesey musical sunshine. An ideal soundtrack for all sorts of summer activities & winter time vitamin D topping up from Balearic Records.
Freddie mckay & augustus pablo - Freeman/hap ki do (pressure sounds)
Hotter than a heatwave roots and dub reggae from Freddie Mckay & Augustus Pablo, lovingly reissued on the always impeccably suited and booted Pressure Sounds
uwalmassa - bumi uthiri (divisi62/linear perspective
The excellent Indonesian DIVISI 62 label continue their shamanic explorations into deep, tribal, gamelan popularising, electronic fusions with this great new EP from Uwalmassa/Linear Persepective.
potions - ostinato (hausu mountain)
The dance floor just got a whole lot weirder and without doubt more wonderful as Hausu Mountain unleash this mind altering, reality adjusting, lysergic synth saturated EP of psychedelic space cadet boogie from Potions.
the cradle - bag of holding (nna tapes)
All year round summer vibes for 2018 and beyond as The Cradle (Paco Cathcart) pops up with a wonderful, orchestrally tinged LP of close up acoustic guitar led indie folk with added lyrical depth and bite for NNA Tapes - lovely.
masayoshi fujita - book of life (erased tapes)
Perfect Sunday listening courtesy of Masayoshi Fujita's gentle vibraphone led, ambient and modern composition, ably supported by some cultured string work, flute and even a choir on this new LP for Erased Tapes. Beautiful stuff.