Although I feel time has not been kind to Laurent Garnier’s music (it sounds rather dated now, but it could just as well be me getting old), but I do love listening to his “It is what it is”-radioshow on Radio Meuh which he duefully also uploads to his SoundCloud-account. Garnier’s musical taste, which he displays in his radioshow, is that broad that every show there’s at least one song that I get all excited about. This time it’s a solo improvisation from Bill Evans from back in 1958, titled “Peace Piece”. So beautiful!
A nice housey track with that much more to it then just the 4/4 beat; Theo Parrish & Waajeed, “Leave The Funk To Us”
Have a blast boys & girls!
Just picked up on Worldwide FM; James Brandon Lewis Trio featuring Anthony Pirog and Nicholas Ryan Gant (aka @ghetto_falsetto). Kind of mellow-y, which I’m not always into, but duet of Lewis’ tenor-sax and the Gant’s falsetto scatting makes for a great mix, keeping the feeling fresh and real.
And if you want to something more in-your-face; have a go at “No Filter” by the same trio. Just tenor-sax, bass & drums, but you’ll be headbanging as if you were on the front-row of a metal-festival.
It’s frustrating how much great music I just miss out on. Take this ‘ancient’ (as in last-century-ancient!) track by Handsome Boy Modeling School, “The Truth” featuring Roisin Murphy and J-live, which I did not even know existed until I heard it on Radio Nova a couple of days ago …
September 2016 was an extremely busy month, so I just realized I didn’t even take the time to contemplate the magic of the most beautiful month in the world. Did a quick scroll through my YouTube favorites and my most recent Shazams and Andy Schauf makes me feel most Septemberish:
Enjoy the last hours of this beautiful month!