Led by London producer Jesse Hackett, Ennanga Vision deconstruct the musical forms of Uganda with multi-instrumentalist Albert Ssempeke and legendary singer Otim Alpha.
Based in Lausanne, Soraya Lutangu is a producer of mixed African and European heritage, something that is relevant given the content of her new EP, Free Lutangu.
Following on from their album Two Tonne Testimony which came out in March, Anglo-Irish Londoners Miraculous Mule follow it up with a single featuring two new tracks.
The always-interesting Recordiau Prin label brings us an LP from Equinox, a Lancastrian spoken word outfit, with a series of collaborators.
To Japan for this week’s Friday banger, a track from the album From The Heart, It’s A Start, A Work Of Art. Good title.
Chester-based trio The Immediate have their debut LP ready to launch and, as a taster, offer us a free sample of what lies within.
Another new band unearthed by the good folks of Metal Postcard records, Def!cit’s announce themselves on the scene with debut single Nightime.
Normally, experimental stuff from Wigan involves innovative ways of eating a pie. Tim Kelly of that parish, however, has different ideas.
Island Apollo have established themselves as one of LA’s hottest bands to watch. Their new single should help broaden those horizons.
One thing guaranteed to grab our attention is inventiveness in naming things, be it bands or records. And so it came to pass that Jurassic Parkour by WAVE could not be overlooked.
Today’s banger comes from the album Derdeoc, the latest from legendary dub vocalist Paul St Hilaire and DJ Marco Rhauderwiek.