[Music] Tindersticks – Across Six Leap Years

Some albums bear emotional scars of the artist and the listener equally well.  I cannot recommend Tindersticks highly enough if you are having a drink of vodka and lime and either reminiscing about a lost love or wondering how the hell you managed to land into the situation you’re currently in.  We need albums for […]

[Music] Various Artist – Timmion Records Singles Box, Vol 1

I have no idea what has gotten into the water over in Finland, but the country’s becoming a hotbed of amazing modern soul music.  Timmion Records is releasing artists of astoundingly good quality like Willie West, Nicole Willis, and The Soul Investigators.  You might want to check out some of their other brilliant artists over […]

[Music] Yvette Johansson with The Pearly Shells and the Belmar Hummingbirds – Uranium / Jesus hits like an Atomic Bomb

I would never have guessed that Yvette Johansson is a retro artist, as these recordings sound as authentic as anything I heard from the 50s.  Good, bopping beat, great vocals, this single is a lot of fun.  Belmar Records is the place to go to find similar swinging sounds.

[Music] Alemayehu Eshete – Alteleyeshegnem

Alemayehu Eshete has been considered the golden voice of Ethiopia for nearly sixty years.  Thanks to Germany’s Philophon Records, we will be hearing more of his music.  This is a old track which was re-done with Philophon’s house band, maintaining the spirit of the original but updating the sound quite a bit.

[Music] Alexis Evans – I Made A Deal With Myself

The Anglo-French singer and guitarist Alexis Evans must have had one hell of a good soul and R&B collection growing up, because he sounds like he studied under the masters. The last 5 years have been amazing for neo-soul music, especially with the likes of Sharon Jones (RIP) and the Dap-Kings, The James Hunter Six […]

[Music Podcast] Adam Kvasnica – Jazz To Dance

https://www.mixcloud.com/widget/iframe/?feed=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.mixcloud.com%2Fadamkvasnica3%2Fjazz-to-dance%2F&light=1 Another fine podcast by Slovakian vinyl hound Adam Kvasnica! The only problem here is that we’d really love a track listing.  Otherwise, this is, hands down, the best podcast on Mixcloud!