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Caribbean Cruising – Haiti & Jamaica | Royal Caribbean

It’s not often that you can claim to have woken up in a different country four days in a row but that’s exactly what happened when Adam and I took to the seas and embarked on our first full length cruise, courtesy of Royal Caribbean. A quick plane ride (please note the sarcasm as this plane […]


posted by on 24/04/2014

Oops, we’re a little late in the day with this one but I guess we’ll blame it on the Bank Holiday’s. Although we’re late we feel that it’s better late than never, especially when our selections are stacked full of musical goodness. Please take a moment to give this weeks selections a spin and think of them as a late Easter offering. Enjoy.

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Turn Blue

The Black Keys are renowned for their slow, mellow bluesy rock so this was a bit of refreshing second single from them. It’s more upbeat, infectious from the get go with the electric guitar twang. Click play. You’ll be hooked. It’s giving me San Andreas/Vice City vibes. #ifyouknowyouknow

Selected by Yin




GoldLink jumps on Sango‘s rework of Timbaland‘s ‘Indian Flute‘ production to give us an awesome flow and delivery to an already brilliant piece of music. If you don’t know about Sango already, what are you doing? And GoldLink, well, he sounds promising to say the least.

Selected by Adam



Fateful Attraction

My friend put me onto Freesia’s music just last year when I heard her collaborations with Soulpersona for the first time; I’ve been keeping an eye out for her ever since. Fateful Attraction is dripping with soul and packing beats reminiscent of the R&B  a lot of us know and love right from the very beginning of the EP. It’s refreshing to hear music like this, she’s got one of those timeless voices and  Soulpersona did a fantastic job with the production- slick groove as expected. H’enjoy.

Selected by Yang



Mandarin Oranges Part II

There’s so much buzz around Little Simz and now I see why. Her flow and lyricism is another level, and adding the haunting beat from Sango is the icing on the cake. Have a listen, there’s so many layers to what she sees saying. I’m impressed to say the least. No wonder folks across the pond are going crazy for her music too.

Selected by Yin



Magpie (Turtle Rework)

Khushi‘s ‘Magpie‘ gets a complete overhaul and a completely chilled out rework thanks to the brilliant Turtle from Glasgow. Sensual, dreamy and rhythmic, the rework will take you in to another world. Enjoy.

Selected by Adam

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