Onra: Old Skool, New Skool, RnB or Hip-Hop?

French producer Onra joins Flying Lotus for me this year in the category of ‘Beat guys who want to make the world a better place.’ His record ‘Long Distance’ (All City) is a beautiful slice of summery soul with 80s influence, not unlike 90s Hip Hop, yet still looks to the future with more optimism than chin-stroke.

My review at the wonderful soundnotseen blog sums it up a lot better.

Actually, my interview with Onra sums it up even better than that.

Buy the album

And while you’re in the spending mood, grab yourself a tee shirt, too.

If you’re in Sydney, get to graniph Sydney
Shop RG09, The Galeries Victoria, 500 George Street Sydney.

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And if you’re still feeling saucy, buy up on those Ricky Powell Tee shirts or throw in the towel before your girlfriend gets dicked.

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One response to “Onra: Old Skool, New Skool, RnB or Hip-Hop?

  1. Nomad Discotech

    “My Comet” crept into my head one of the mornings. Love that! Will check the rest.

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