Hip-hop blended with a touch of bossa nova, a twist of funk and a couple drops of electro swing. Minimatic… Read more [Music] Minimatic – Hip-Hop Goes Aperitif EP
Belgium’s Radio Martiko continue to impress with their reissues! This one collects a few old slabs of Egyptian exotica, and… Read more [Music] Various Artists – Zamaan Ya Sukkar: Exotic Love Songs and Instrumentals from the Egyptian 60’s
A look at artists from around the world embracing the ’60s sound. — Read on daily.bandcamp.com/2019/08/29/exotica-guide/
As lounge music and easy listening were massive during the 1990’s, library music seems to be the rage for today. … Read more [Music] Various Artists – MUSIC FROM THE SONOTON LIBRARY 1969 – 1981: RARE PSYCH, MOOGS & BRASS
This has to be one of the happiest, most swinging comps I’ve heard in a while. From the Born Bad… Read more [Music] Various Artists – Voulez-Vouz Chacha? French Chacha 1960-1964
Though I’m enthralled with library music at the moment, thanks to my friend Chris, who has served as a bit… Read more [Music] Various Artists – The Library Archive: Funk, Jazz, Beats and Soundtracks from the Vaults of Cavendish Music
A perfect Christmas tune with Nat ‘King’ Cole.
As I prepare to spend Christmas alone in Beijing, it’s nice to be able to enjoy the dulcet sounds of… Read more [Music] Robert Goulet – Do You Hear What I Hear
Some happy beat music from Italian conductor and arranger Gianni Ferrio!
Marc Myers at the Wall Street Journal writes on one of the most maligned genres, Easy Listening.