Taken from the album - DJ Vadim - The Dubcatcher - due June 2014. Vadim says about the video:I wanted to shoot a video for this single and I searched for a video director. Unfortunately time ran out and the ideas didn't really come in. So I decided to do a video homage to vintage turntables spanning from 1950's to late 1980's... I feel this is in keeping with the feel of the track - it's a retro reggae style with big horns and a b line to boot. 15 vintage turntables including Garrard, Vacuum, Columbia, Fidelity, Bush, Dansette, Alba, Thorens, Technics 1210, Westminister... Music sounds better on vinyl!
Very Tall Stories are one of the most exciting new acts in future soul and reggae, and they are bringing their sounds all the way from New Zealand to the Queen of Hoxton on the 13th March 2014. Celebrating the launch of their album “Be Cool, Make Love”, released in March 2014 on BBE Records, the Fat Freddy’s Drop-esque seven-piece have already achieved airplay across New Zealand and Australia with their first single.Still a few tickets left for Very Tall Stories in London next week, available through SOUNDCRASH.
For the last 6 years Myele Manzanza has turned heads internationally traveling the globe with New Zealand’s acclaimed modern soul act, Electric Wire Hustle. Last year he stepped out on his own with the worldwide release of his bold debut solo album ‘One’ on BBE and now Myele Manzanza heads to the U.S. for the first time to lead his own musical project, teaming up with a couple of other Kiwi prodigies along the way. His show, supported by Mark de Clive-Lowe (keys) and Ben Shepherd (bass), was even selected as one of the best concerts in Los Angeles this week by LA WeeklyTour Dates:6 March - Blue Whale, Los Angeleswith guests Miguel Atwood-Ferguson & the Quartetto Fantastico, Nia Andrews & Charlie K8 March - The Blackbird Tavern, San Jose 9 March - Yoshi's, San Francisco with the Kris Bowers Quintet18 March - SOBs, New Yorkwith Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Chris Turner, OP! (I love vinyl) & DJ Lady DM
"What Is It?" is taken from Otti Albietz' forthcoming album "And The Voices", that was recorded over two days in August 2013, at Broadoak Studios in Bexhill, East Sussex. All parts were performed live. The video was filmed in Hastings, East Sussex, England by David Georgiou & James Thompson.