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BOOM MUSIC – Show #32 (Hosted by Colectivo Futuro)

Back on home turf for the thirty second edition of the Boom Music show, featuring future classics and forgotten gems, be it jazz, house, hip hop, funk or something else, from London to Detroit, Caracas to Johannesburg. Fresh sounds coming in from South African pianist Nduduzo Makhathini, who we just …

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BOOM MUSIC – Show #31 (Hosted by Colectivo Futuro)

We were on the road again for episode 31 of Boom Music. This time coming at you from Orlando, Florida and more specifically from inside one of our favourite record shops around: Uncle Tony’s Donut Shoppe. Established in 2014, the shop specializes in stocking holy grails from across the spectrum, …

Future Classics

Monsalve Y Los Forajidos “Abeja b​/​w Black & Decker” (Olindo Records)

via Olindo: Our first release comes from the Paris-based septet Monsalve Y Los Forajidos, led by Venezuelan bassist Raul Monsalve, the band is an amalgamation of sounds and influences that revolve around traditional afro-latin styles of music with a heavy dose of psychedelia, latin jazz, and funk. Both tracks originally …


Jazz Selects by Colectivo Futuro

The latest releases in contemporary Jazz hand-picked by Colectivo Futuro! Streaming on your desired platform, this playlist is updated regularly so check back often. Also, be sure to catch Miguel and Oliver for their bi-weekly radio show Boom Music.

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BOOM MUSIC – Show #30 (Hosted by Colectivo Futuro)

Back in London for our regular Boom Music broadcast and joined by homie, DJ and producer Hector Plimmer. Fresh from releasing his debut album “Sunshine” via Albert’s Favourites, which thanks to popular demand is now being pressed on vinyl, Hector shared some current heat and a few exclusives, while also …

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BOOM MUSIC – Show #29 (Hosted by Colectivo Futuro)

Coming at you from a more tropical location, Vol. 29 of Boom Music was recorded in the record room of one of Miami’s most hard working and knowledgeable crate diggers: Lumin. Together with regular host Miguel Colmenares; Harold Fandino, co-founder of Colectivo Futuro, and Jesus Rodriguez, the newest member of …


Vibration Black Finger: Jazz-Not-Jazz Mutations Rescued From The Vault

Lascelle Gordon aka Lascelles Lascelle, has been a mainstay in the UK music scene for a quite some time now. From DJing at the legendary Wag Club and playing percussion and guitar in the Brand New Heavies, to drumming for indie rockers Campag Velocet and improvising with fellow percussionist Patrick Dawes, …

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BOOM MUSIC – Show #28 (Hosted by Colectivo Futuro)

Our second show of the year is another jazz heavy excursion into music for and from the soul. This time, we were blessed to host Tamar Osborn, saxophone extraordinaire and band leader of Collocutor. With their 2nd album for On The Corner Records imminent, we talked about how she got …

Forgotten Treasures

Forgotten Treasure: Recloose “Cardiology” (2002)

One of those albums that perhaps got lost in the midst of the future jazz hype during the early 00’s, Matthew Chicoine’s “Cardiology” easily stands the test of time. Spanning 8 varied tracks with a cast of notable musicians such as Paul Randolph, Malik Alston, and Jerry the Cat; and …


Copenhagen’s UFFE On The Art Of Moving Forward

Fresh from releasing one of 2016’s most varied and compelling electronic / dance music related albums, Copenhagen based Uffe is feeling restless to get the ball rolling on new projects and releases. Kicking off with his first release back in 2012, his career has been on a steady climb with …

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BOOM MUSIC – Show #27 (Hosted by Colectivo Futuro)

Whilst always looking ahead for new music, we had to revisit 2016 just one more time, to compile as many of our favourites as possible into one show, albeit slightly longer than usual. Among our favourites, you can find artists such as Hector Plimmer, Vibration Black Finger and Moses Boyd, …

Future Classics

Duval Timothy “Brown Loop” (I Should Care Records)

One of our favourite discoveries of the year came in the form of this 10 track solo piano record by Duval Timothy. A true renaissance man, Duval works out of London in the disciplines of music, fashion, fine art, and food. With Brown Loop, he has managed to forge a …