Samaki delivers good vibes straight outta the UK. Have found this one within my submissions over on SubmitHub. It made me smile and dance instandly when listening for the first time. This is what they have to say about the band:
Samaki is an afrobeat project based on the sound of 1970s African musicians like Fela Kuti, Tony Allen, and Oscar Sulley. Featuring a collective of Hastings musicians, Samaki bring the primal elements of relentless grooves and soaring melodies to the stage.
J.Period, a long time favorite dj and producer of mine, has released a solid Big Daddy Kane tribute live mix. The whole thing is available as a track-by-track free download. Hit the arrow below, name your price and download as wav, mp3 etc. Hope you like it as much as i do and share it with your pals.
Twiceasmad are two upcoming indie/alternative musicians from Munich Germany and their latest release “Schwarzlicht” is pretty great. I bet it works well on live concerts and i’m really looking forward hearing this song on any urban radio station like egoFM or FM4.
“In My Head” is a pretty uplifting song by Chicago based producer Theisy. He features Cheeky & Bobbii on this nice upbeat production and the song instantly reminded me of a Mac Miller production. Keep this young artists on your radar if you’re into good hip hop music.
Oh darling, what a nice roots reggae mix by DJ Rhettmatic of the Beatjunkies. I am a long time supporter of this crew and can recommend their online record pool that constantly supports us with new originals, edits and remixes which we use to play at various parties around Europe. It’s not that cheap, but if you’re in Turntablism, soul, hip hop etc. and need to buy songs in order to play them live, thats the place to go, besides other platforms. Enjoy this little gem and share it with your pals!
“Forget your troubles and dance, forget your sorrows and dance, forget your sickness and dance, forget your weakness and dance”