Kramos – 60 Minutes Of Reggae Vol.1

Another 60 minutes, another theme!
This reggae series will explore the different eras and styles this type of music has gone through over the years.

Roots reggae and dub, going back to rocksteady, passing by the digital or the dancehall period and moving into more recent stuff, etc. Basically, all the different shapes reggae music has embodied over the years that we love and cherish.

This first edition has a little bit of everything in it, so get ready for the ride. To be consumed on a sunny day at high volume!


1 Wise dub by Horace Andy
2 Determination Skank by Tommy McCook
3 His imperial majesty by Rod Taylor
4 Africa is our land by Joshua Moses
5 Eastern Memphis by Family Man & The Rebel Arms
6 The master by Jr. Thomas & The Volcanos
7 Everybody rocking by Hopetown Lewis
8 All I know by Courtney John
9 Black Ark vampires by Lee Scratch Perry & Subatomic Sound System
10 Guns N fiyah by Bukkha feat. Junior Dread
11 Dub is all I got (Robo Bass Hifi re-shape) by Dub Syndicate feat. U-Roy
12 Original kuff by Chaka Demus
13 Good morning teacher version by King Jammys
14 Good morning teacher by Nitty Gritty
15 Inna skateland by Kalbata & Mixmonster feat. Puddy Roots
16 Red dub by Numa Crew
17 A clear dub by Greg Gives Peter Space

Artwork by MC Tank Pumpin’

The RawSoul – 60 Minutes Of House Vol.1

A brand new project from The Cooks exploring some of the finest Soulful and Deep House releases of the moment with a touch of classics to link up the past and the present.

On this inaugural edition, you’ll hear some classic cuts from Glenn Underground, Masters At Work, Rheji Burrel and Sounds Of Blackness as heavenly remixed by CJ Mackintosh. Joining the dots, a brand new unreleased song by none other than legendary singer Loleatta Holloway. Also in the mix, new music from Ian Friday ft Angela Johnson, Sean McCabe ft Pete Simpson, DJ Spinna, DJ Pope, Jasper Street Co.

Taking things on a deeper territory to end up the mix, new jams from the Vanity Press Records camp courtesy of Ali King and Black Noi$e, also new tracks from Jacy and Deetroit. Turn it up!


1.GU & Cei-Bei – House Music Will Never Die
2.KenLou – Mack Daddy Shoot
3.Loleatta Holloway – Can’t Let You Go
4.DJ Pope – No Man
5.Ian Friday ft Angela Johnson – Castle In The Sky
6.DJ Spinna – Tie It Up
7.Sean McCabe ft Pete Simpson – New World
8.Jasper Street Co. – Wanna Be Happy
9.Sounds Of Blackness – Testify
10.Deetroit – Untitled
11.Ali King – Session 28
12.Metro – Brownstone Express
13.Jacy – Gotta Have It
14.Black Noi$e – Freaknik

Profusion – Where do I begin?

Label: First Word Records

We’ve been waiting for the full LP from Emeson & K15 for a long time, knowing that the music was ready and the only thing missing was the right label to put it out. The wait is not totally over, but thanks to First Word Records, we have a taste of what’s to come, and it’s delightful, to say the least!

Via First Word “Sun-soaked synths drift across the warmest of basslines and neck-snapping beats. Emeson’s rich vocals gracefully ride atop of K15’s delectably bruk twist on neo-soul sonics, this is seriously classy contemporary London soul music.”

Miles Bonny – Miister Man

Label: Bastard Jazz

This track, in homage of Prince, appeared a year ago on Miles Bonny Soundcloud profile (We played it in the Fresh Taste #35 mix). In the pile of tracks honoring this legend music that came out right after is death, this was definitely one of my favorite. You can now grab that on wax with this 7″ official release.

Via Bastard Jazz ” “Miister Man” goes for the jugular with a low slung drum break, a deep synth bassline, Miles signature understated funky vocal growls and horn injections.”

Children Of Zeus – I Can’t Wait / Don’t Say A Word

Label: First Word Records

They had one of the best single of 2016, and now they’re back with an equally dope 45. The B side is a gem! Visit the bandcamp page to buy the 7″ vinyl and listen to the excellent extended version of “I Can’t Wait”.

Via First Word “‘I Can’t Wait’ eases us in on a slow and low 70bpm bump. Hashtag baby making music. Seriously, there needs to be some sort of health warning before playing. Consider this your warning. This is grown folk shit. Classic slow jam material. The flip side ‘Don’t Say A Word’ is on some heavyweight 90bpm boom bap business. Certified dancefloor fire, cementing the duo’s status as some of the UK’s dopest talent out there right now.”


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