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Khruangbin

Con Todo El Mundo

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this trio’s sounds are rooted in the deepest waters of world music - infused with classic soul, dub and psychedelia, and inspired by the underdiscovered f...
altin gun

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Their 5th album in as many years ‘Aşk’ (deeper feeling of love), marks an exuberant return to the 70s Anatolian folk-rock sound that characterised ...
sault

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Yussef Dayes

Black Classical Music 

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Dayes enlists a veritable who's who from the modern British Jazz scene to assist with this soulful trawl through his own history books.
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Glass Beams

Mahal

Ninja Tune
  • limited 140g orange 12" ep

    Released: 17th May 2024

    £18.99
    out of stock

A transportive, snaking run of psychedelic guitar lines atop booming bass rumbles - sticking this on is like going for a midnight drive through a desert gently cooling from the searing midday heat.

Throughout their output, Glass Beams present a timeless fusion of cultures and sounds beamed through a prism of live instrumentation and DIY electronica, all wrapped up in a mesmerising visual world of their own creation. The genesis of Glass Beams, which formed around founding member Rajan Silva, stemmed from the rekindling of childhood memories related to his father, who emigrated to Melbourne from India in the late 1970s. Silva, in particular, was drawn to the fusion of Western musical styles and traditional Indian music showcased in his father's music collection. Iconic Bollywood vocalists such as Asha Bhosle coexisted with blues legends like Muddy Waters and DVDs like 'Concert for George'—a star-studded tribute to the late Beatles member George Harrison—were in heavy rotation growing up. This cross-pollination of East and West, of old and new, is a sentiment that the trio have sought to capture in their self-produced, serpentine, psychedelic-tinged music. Recommended if you like… Khruangbin, Tame Impala, Altın Gün, SAULT, Yussef Dayes, Surprise Chef, Ezra Collective.