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6’s to 9’s (feat. Rationale) πŸ”—

by Big Wild

Happy funky electro grooves

Ali πŸ”—

by Vieux Farka TourΓ© & Khruangbin

West African guitar, mixed with dub and electronics. Lovely, groovy and warm.

Erratic Texting Behavior πŸ”—

by Jason Kolar

Beautiful ambient droplets of sound. Heard this deep and loud over the Public Records sound system and it moved me.

Epic Dream πŸ”—

by Vega Trails

Melodic saxophone and bass. In a church. Beautiful and haunting.

Dwig πŸ”—

by Orange Evening

Zomg that bass. head nodding delight.

Colly Year in Music 2021 πŸ”—

by Simon Colly

Just a great roundup of music to explore

Yefikir Engurguro πŸ”—

by Hailu Mergia

Soulful african piano jazz. Sublime.

Loom Dream πŸ”—

by Leif

Electronic magic. Epiphany in Public Records.

Talkin' Verve: Roots Of Acid Jazz πŸ”—

by Jimmy Smith

Funky acid jazz.

Mickey Mouse Operation πŸ”—

by Little People

Cool beats. Blockhead-esque.

Scenery πŸ”—

by Ryo Fukui

Spring jazz

San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair) πŸ”—

by Rei Harakami

haunting melodies - that tuba! Thanks Robin Sloan

Kurayami No Iro -Colors of the Dark- πŸ”—

by Rei Harakami

japanese electro magic (thanks Toby!)

Power of Soul πŸ”—

by Funky Destination

bad ass jazz

Nomalanga πŸ”—

by Caiphus Semenya

rise up and shine with a smile on your face. Optimism in music. Wonderful.

Ritme Jaavdanegi πŸ”—

by Mohammad Reza Mortazavi

softly urgent and in/out of time drumming rhythms. Complex and smooth all at once.

We Might as Well Dance πŸ”—

by Madeleine Peyroux

soulful buttery delicious!

pocket change πŸ”—

by nate smith

inside the OODA loop of funk drumming (recommended by Craig Mod)

The americanization of ooga booga πŸ”—

by Hugh Masekela

rowdy jazz energy

Windflower πŸ”—

by Herb Ellis & Remo Palmier

delightful calm jazz guitar

stepping into tomorrow πŸ”—

by donald byrd

The future! From 1974. Beautiful energetic jazz. Contains the "think twice" track that I've had in my head forever...


by Musicophilia

staying away from slick Nashville sounds and focusing in on the more adventurous, expansive things happening in and adjacent to Country in the mid-70s. The rhythms are funkier, the politics are more palatable, the production is lower-key, the lyrics generally more personal and thoughtful in their story-telling way. Call it β€œCountry for people who don’t like Country” if you want–but I’d argue it’s also truer to what Country music should be

the book of traps and lessons πŸ”—

by kate tempest

Hold your own! Dark but uplifting magic from Kate Tempest.

The Scumfrog ft.Elliott LaRue (excerpt from sunrise 2017) πŸ”—

by The Scumfrog

Uplifting upbeat sunshine rave

Dawn πŸ”—

by Silent Poets

Electronic style, sweeping beats. Recommended via Ben Pieratt.

An Insatiable High πŸ”—

by Masayoshi Takanaka

Funky swing japanese times.

At The Pershing-But Not For Me πŸ”—

by Ahmad Jamal

Good jazz for spring time.

70s Japanese Jazz Mix πŸ”—

by Magical Mystery Mix

Youtube shuffle jazz.

Swiss Movement πŸ”—

by Eddie Harris

Upbeat jazz. Bouncing.

The Electrifying Eddie Harris πŸ”—

by Eddie Harris


What Now πŸ”—

by Sylvan Esso

Punchy indie.

Singularity πŸ”—

by Jon Hopkins

Sweeping electro music for focusing.

Suzanne πŸ”—

by Roberta Flack

Music to break you. Tender. Into the wreck.

Cactus Tree πŸ”—

by Joni Mitchell

She only means to please them. Tender.