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Alfa Mist’s Antiphon: The Internet’s Greatest Jazz Album


540,000 views, 650 comments, a Takuya Karoda playlist recommended in the YouTube sidebar. In 2017, these are the accolades of a new, brilliant, genre-defining jazz record. Oops, did I say record? Well that’s a little misleading, because Alfa Mist’s Antiphon is only available as a Bandcamp download, and maybe as an incandescent stream for Apple Music subscribers, but I really...

De La Soul’s Got the Antidote!


For every hip-hop listener in my generation, there’s a cinematic origin story. Ask him where he was when he first connected with Wu-Tang, Nas, Hiero, Redman etc. and you’ll get sprawling descriptions of cassette decks with foam headphones cranked up at the bus stop on cold, windy mornings. Our memories are rooted in the historical fabric of hip-hop; the signposts of old album-releases...

Here We Go Magic Remains In Vacuum Of Vinyl


For the first time in my life, I have a record player. In the digital age of 99-cent mp3s and Spotify, vinyl is far more than an anachronism. In the accelerated time scales of modern technology, vinyl is a museum relic. Something to marvel at, take pictures of. How the hell do you work this thing? And if you’re a flower-child from the 70s who listened to Seals and Croft and watched...

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