Lubiana has a beautiful single out on itunes called King Of My Kingdom that i am currently streaming and adding to my playlist (you should too)… Mostly known for her acoustic and jazz background, she’s doing things a little different on this release but maintains the soul in her signature vocals while lacing more of an electronic/alternative R&B sound. Enjoy~
Check Out The Jazz Jouster’s Fourth Base Anniversary LP! The cover art for this generously priced free download skillfully breaks down the connection between the seasonal movements and moods of millennium jazz and its collective tribe of producers….Enjoy~ “take a tree on a grassy hillock and show the four seasons – low on leaves but with blue skies and blossoming flowers for spring (bottom left in the image), branches full of green leaves with the bright sunshine for summer (top left), red leaves in front of an orange sunset for autumn (top right) and then bare branches sitting in a snow covered field with grey clouds behind it for winter (bottom right).”
Label Love consists of nostalgic jazz classics, unreleased gems, and exclusive selections compiled simply for the love of sharing them with the universe… each track plucked and presented by Jazz heads from Tru Thoughts Recordings, Impossible Ark Records, Gondwana Records, Jazzman Records, Edition Records, Katalyst Entertainment, Revive Music Group, and Basho Records.
Stream this time machine graffiti dream instrumental audio scene…with traces of golden era hip hop laced in funk, rock, jazz and world styles, The Dark Realities Of The Moment was composed entirely from vinyl records, using an MPC 2000XL, 2 Technics SL-1200MK2 turntables and a Stanton SK-2F mixer. All beats, cuts and scratches were produced and performed by Professor Brian Oblivion. The album artwork and design were created by Jacques Dupoux.
I haven’t seen the film but this soundtrack/mixtape is on point for the Rubble Kings documentary about Gang Culture in 1970s New York….I love when a soundtrack makes you feel like your watching a movie…..“From 1968 to 1975, gangs ruled New York City. Beyond the idealistic hopes of the civil rights movement lay a unfocused rage. Neither law enforcement nor social agency could end the escalating bloodshed. Peace came only through the most unlikely and courageous of events that would change the world for generations to come by giving birth to hip-hop culture. Rubble Kings, the most comprehensive documentation of life during this era of gang rule to date, tells the story of how a few extraordinary, forgotten people did the impossible, and how their actions impacted the world over.” This mix includes music from Rock Creek Park, Take It Easy My Brother Charles, Theme From S.W.A.T., Our Generation, Hard Times and more…. “it was compiled and assembled by Sammy Needlz, Rok One, DJ Tahleim, and the film’s director Shan Nicholson (all incredible selectors and musical encyclopedias in their own right). Much like New York City itself, it is divided into five sections (based on the musical genres that influenced these notorious gangs). From the anthemic soul and funk of the Black struggle, to the salsa and Boogaloo of the Latin Barrios, to the gritty and abrasive psychedelic rock of White gangland. A true epic tale of war and peace, “Rubble Kings: The Mixtape” serves as a direct sonic glimpse into the heart and soul of this pivotal moment in the city’s history.”