A fresh batch of vinyl came through the door (and window) and me, myselfs and I were very happy to record them directly for my upcoming show on Brooklyn Radio next Monday!

Kalita Records come correct with the first ever official reissue of the holy grail of disco 12” singles, Vance and Suzzanne’s »I Can’t Get Along Without You«. And in two weeks you can get your hands on the first ever 12” reissue of Henry Turner Jr.’s hugely sought-after 1980 disco single, »Music«, backed by the first ever re-release of his 1984 boogie single »Forever Us«.

Seun Anikulapo Kuti, youngest son of afrobeat legend Fela Kuti, and leader of his father’s Egypt 80 band, entered the Artone Studio in Haarlem, Holland, earlier this year to cut a direct to disc session in a single take for Night Dreamer. Another great afrobeat album by Professor Wouassa on double vinyl (deluxe gatefold) for Matasuna Records which is called »Yobale Ma!« and who already supported concerts of Ebo Taylor or Seun Kuti.

Californian hip-pop duo Parson Jones bring back the sun on their new album for Underdog Records straight out of France, Downslow is back as well with an aural six-pack on 10″ which is called »Doom, Dub + Dosenbier« for Trust in Wax and last but not least the 7″ »Ya Raiyat« on Batov Records is the product of a traditional Yemeni folk song, dismantled and reformed by El Khat and which is backed with a drum heavy edit on the b-side.

Thanks to y’all for this wonderful music and have a relaxed weekend!