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Boom Music
Eclectic Jazz

BOOM MUSIC – Show #25 (Hosted by Colectivo Futuro)

For our latest episode of Boom Music we were joined in the studio by member of the extended CF fam Ben V, all the way from Cape Town, South Africa. Always a joy to speak to and share music related tales with, Ben brought a deep selection of new and …

Forgotten Treasures

Forgotten Treasure: Saul Williams “Elohim (1972)”

In 1998, Ninja Tune, an independent UK record label, released the Elohim (1972) EP, debut release of poet, actor & MC, Saul Williams. Whilst heard from time to time in the years since, Twice the First Time, its standout track, has always seemed massively slept on. On Twice the First Time, …

Boom Music

BOOM MUSIC Show #24 – Hosted by Colectivo Futuro

Boom Music, as inspired by Quasimoto’s track of the same name, started out as a monthly party hosted by Miguel and Oliver from Colectivo Futuro in London. Without having to list out a bunch of genres we like to cover, we think of the term as an all encompassing label. …

Future Classics
Beats Eclectic

Future Classic: Reginald Omas Mamode IV “Reginald Omas Mamode IV”

London talent Reginald Omas Mamode IV delivers a wonderful self-titled full length that pays as much tribute to his heritage as it does to a futuristic vision of soul music. Blending hand claps, organic drum patterns, and funky-as-you-like synth lines with Mamode IV’s by now instantly recognizable voice; the album …

Tribute Mixes

Tribute(s) to JOHN COLTRANE – Selected by Miguel Colectivo

Text by Jesus Rodriguez There are no liner notes, essays or books that could ever really put just how vast the influence of John Coltrane is. Maybe a multiple-tome encyclopedia. Maybe. These liner notes will be no such attempt towards that. However, with this brand new mix conceptualized by Colectivo …