Boom Music

BOOM MUSIC – Show #44 (Hosted by Colectivo Futuro w/ Luzmira Zerpa)

Episode 44 kicks off with a Venezuelan music special hosted by Miguel and our friend Luzmira Zerpa of Family Atlantica and more recently Soundspecies fame. In the space of 60 minutes they manage to go through some of the key genres and styles present in what they call the “multi-universe …

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Future ClassicsInterviews

Teleseen “The Emotional Life Of Savages” (Goldmin Records)

African rhythms, Latin heat and otherworldly electronics collide like neurons, processed through a New York state of mind. Teleseen’s Jazz background combined with a love for House and Techno are ingrained in the grooves. Also key is the Samba, Baile Funk and MPB that inspired him while living in Rio …

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Exclusive Premieres

Exclusive Premiere: Fred Everything “Wherever You Go”

Here’s the first teaser from Fred Everything’s upcoming LP “Long Way Home”, coming out in June on Lazy Days Recordings. For the first single ‘Wherever You Go’, Fred keeps things sunny and Balearic, welcoming in the summer sun. The rhythms are jacking, but the melody keeps it cool and breezy. …

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Guest Mixes

MIMS Guest Mix: Déni Shain (Atangana Records, Marseille)

Déni Shain is DJ, producer, and percussionist. After having travelled the world for almost 20 years searching for new music and artists, he discovered along the way a stash of rare musical pearls – in Europe, Africa and Latin America – music which he shares with us to enjoy in …

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Tumbao Radio

Tumbao Radio – Show #06 “Caribbean Funk” (Hosted by Tumbao)

Tumbao Radio’s 6th instalment is a musical tour of the Caribbean. From Haitian Kompa to Trinidadian Calypso, the music of these culturally porous island nations represents a stew of African and Latin influences topped with funky flavours. In addition to the Tumbao crew’s selections, this mix is infused with rare …

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Boom Music

BOOM MUSIC – Show #43 (Hosted by Colectivo Futuro)

Spring finally arrives in London and with it a new selection by Colectivo Futuro! Featuring new and upcoming music from Jessica Lauren, Sean Khan featuring Hermeto Pascoal, Nu Guinea, Rodrigo Tavares, and Waaju on our very own Olindo Records. As well as old favourites by Weldon Irvine, Leroy Hutson, Okay …

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Exclusive PremieresInterviews

Waaju Discuss Forthcoming LP & Premiere “Kaolack”

Olindo Records is delighted to present its second release and first LP by London based Afro-Latin Jazz quintet Waaju. A project that never stands still, Waaju’s members have been busy as part of other ensembles (Caravela, Bahla, Jordan Rakei, and Ashley Henry to name a few), which means they cherish …

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Exclusive Premieres

Video Premiere: Sean Khan “Moment Of Collapse (feat. Heidi Vogel)”

For his third album for Far Out Recordings, London based multi-instrumentalist and one of Europe’s finest saxophonists Sean Khan ventured to Rio de Janeiro to collaborate with iconic Brazilian polymath Hermeto Pascoal. Taking its title from the escaped slave settlement ‘Palmares’ in the Northeast of Brazil during the 1600s, “Palmares …

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Exclusive Premieres

Exclusive Premiere: Gozar X Captain Planet “Pitie”

Gozar & Captain Planet reinterpret a forgotten tune to fit in on a modern dance floor, making it perfect for welcoming in the summer sun. In Captain Planet‘s own words – “Gozar and I have both connected over our shared deep love and appreciation for obscure vintage music from Africa …

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Jazz Amnesty

Jazz Amnesty Sound System – #12 “Greater Antilles”

The story of Jazz has traveled far and wide and its influence can be heard across the globe. For this mix, J.A.S.S. focuses on Jazz from the Caribbean with a mix of sounds from Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti, and America (by well known Jazz Cats that have direct lineage to the …

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Tumbao Radio

Tumbao Radio – Show #05 “Vacile Picotero” (Hosted by Tumbao)

The latest instalment of Tumbao Radio is a vinyl-fueled ride through the barrios of Cartagena and Barranquilla, a VACILE PICOTERO, inspired by the streetside soundsystem culture and afro-colombian rarities typical of the Caribbean coast of Colombia. Congolese Soukous, Ghanaian Highlife, and Nigerian Afro-Funk were among the staples of Pico soundsystem …

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Exclusive Premieres

Exclusive Premiere: Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra “Give It To Me”

Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra returns with Black Sun, its second full-length album of 100% original, unadulterated disco sophistication, featuring all three original members of pioneering Brazilian jazz-funk trio Azymuth; a full orchestra with arrangements split between Arthur Verocai and Azymuth’s late maestro Jose Roberto Bertrami; plus members of the …

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