Nomade Orquestra’s EntreMundos mini documentary

Brazilian electro-jazz outfit, Nomade Orquestra have launched a mini documentary to tie in with the release of their second album, EntreMundos. The mini documentary shows the creative benefits of fusing hedonism with spirituality, and gives an insight into life and politics in São Paulo, where the 10-piece band are based. It also shows footage from the studio sessions at Red Bull Studios where the album was recorded. Describing their … Continue reading Nomade Orquestra’s EntreMundos mini documentary

U.K. Dance Label Rhythm Section’s Guiding Rule: “Good Parties, Good Music” — Bandcamp Daily

From smoky and seedy broken-beat to spiraling deep house, Rhythm Section International is making dance music for the ages. via U.K. Dance Label Rhythm Section’s Guiding Rule: “Good Parties, Good Music” — Bandcamp Daily Continue reading U.K. Dance Label Rhythm Section’s Guiding Rule: “Good Parties, Good Music” — Bandcamp Daily

Floating Points takes musical inspiration from the desert for first film, Reflections – Mojave Desert

Electro musician Floating Points’ first in a series of environmental recordings has been documented in a new movie, Reflections – Mojave Desert, chronicling his time recording with his band in the endless expanse of the desert. Floating Points, aka Sam Shepherd, and his band spent time in the Mojave Desert last August ahead of their US tour. The short film, Reflections – Mojave Desert, which is directed by Anna Diaz Ortuño, … Continue reading Floating Points takes musical inspiration from the desert for first film, Reflections – Mojave Desert

Secret Solstice 2017: 72-hours of daylight at the world’s only CarbonNeutral music festival

Secret Solstice, Iceland’s leading music festival, is special and unique in so many ways. Taking place from June 16 to June 18 this year, an obvious draw of the event is that festival goers enjoy daylight for an ongoing 72 hours. Because of how close Iceland is situated to the Arctic Circle, the nation gets the full on effect of seasonal changes on a unique scale. … Continue reading Secret Solstice 2017: 72-hours of daylight at the world’s only CarbonNeutral music festival

Inkswel’s Superpeople Orchestra outfit donates profits of latest single to Sea Shepherd

Australia’s Inkswel’s latest project, Superpeople Orchestra, has created a delightful neo-soul track, perfect for summer playlists, with all proceeds going to Sea Shepherd, to assist in saving our oceans. The track, Eye Walk, which features vocals from Georgia Anne Muldrow and So.Crates, is available to purchase via Bandcamp. The three-track digital album features remixes by Allysha Joy as well as Inskwell himself. DJ and producer … Continue reading Inkswel’s Superpeople Orchestra outfit donates profits of latest single to Sea Shepherd

Music Against Animal Cruelty: Dance music pioneer Jonny White creates wildlife charity

Canadian dance music pioneer DJ Jonny White has created the Music Against Animal Cruelty (MAAC) charity aimed at harnessing the power of dance and electronic music to aid in wildlife conservation. The house and techno music DJ has teamed up with long time friend and founder of the LA-based electronic music radio station, Pulse Radio, Wade Cawood. The friends have also teamed up with Jack Baucher, founder of Tears … Continue reading Music Against Animal Cruelty: Dance music pioneer Jonny White creates wildlife charity

RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World

Documentary movie RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World brings to light the influence of Native Americans in popular music history, until now the “missing chapter in the history of American music”. Featuring music icons Charley Patton, Mildred Bailey, Link Wray, Jimi Hendrix, Jesse Ed Davis, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Robbie Robertson, Randy Castillo, and others, RUMBLE shows how these talented Native musicians helped shape the soundtracks of our lives. … Continue reading RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World