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One of our writers, Hayling, explains how he and his select group of friends are keeping the spirit of vinyl alive, as well as developing an in depth understanding to what they’re listening to.
Check out this great performance of Herbie Hancock performing live, as well as a fan made video that
With the recent release of G.O.O.D. Music’s Cruel Summer, the problematic nature of musical piracy takes center stage.
This live performance of The Crusaders is a great example of the funk that they provided for music.
Our first female beat submission representer comes from the I.E. Lets welcome the soulful sound of Yung Miss, using Roy Ayers and Wayne Henderson for her inspiration.
Check out the late great Grover Washington Jr. in this 1981 performance in Philadelphia.
Today, we bring the Beat Submissions back with a bang, as we introduce producer Biggems from the Netherlands.
Overlooked by mainstream media, this profound single is one that incorporated art, music, and message.
Listen to one of Cal Tjader’s most popular releases, and hear why he’s one of the greats.
DJ Haylow is releasing his first mix in two years, and this one comes equipped with a promotional video to help you understand where his new project is coming from.
A brilliant performance from a master in Latin percussion.
The smooth sounds of the well traveled producer Dutchmassive represents this weeks beat submission soundtrack.
Taking a moment out to eulogize one of our most important figures, forty-five years later.
Check out the fresh sounds of the veteran producer from Stockholm, Sweden who goes by the name magOwl. Enjoy!
This Roy Ayers produced album is a true gem, and the sound of the Eighties Ladies is one that is still in popular demand.
Roy Ayers’ influence reaches to Switzerland, and producer ömi provides us with the soundtrack.
Of all the conversation surrounding artist Frank Ocean, it always goes back to the music.
Check out the young talented producer Alphonse representing Boston, as he turns the smooth Roy Ayers jam into a certified head nodder.
Roy Ayers has been known for doing covers for his entire career, and this may be one of his best. Watch him, along with Sam Cooke and Aretha Franklin perform “You Send Me” live.