Prepare for the free show with Strut Records’ second compilation of material from the local label that birthed ghetto house.
Two new releases contribute to the ongoing celebration of the quirky genius.
Johnson’s “Feel My M.F. Bass” is the kind of raw, raunchy house music that’ll get you on the dance floor.
British DJ crew Sofrito serves up another killer comp of Caribbean, South American, and African grooves
A modest new Christmas collection from Strut Records brings the funk to the holidays.
The always great Wax Poetics has just published a new issue entirely devoted to the music of Brazil. Among the highlights are in-depth profiles on or interviews with Gilberto Gil, Arthur Verocai, Airto Moreira, Jards Macalé, and Tim Maia. There’s a cool piece with Joel Stones, owner of the New York record shop Tropicalia in […]