Just got around to posting this now – another fine selection if I do say so myself!
I have been lucky to be back on live radio the last few weeks. Listen up here! Tonnes of new music and an interview with Tall Black Guy.
In December I caught up with LA based Philly Native Donn T. We’ve been trying to get a chat together since I was in the US in July and I had great help from Mark at More About Music, but what with life happening and all, we just never got around to it. We hit it off immediately, due in part to a very faulty phone line that had Donn running around the phone wondering if it was her line (it was mine). So after a few giggles, we got down to business and in part one of a very extensive interview, she discusses the birth of the album and how growing up in the Thompson household, no music styles were taboo.
Buy the album ‘Kaleidoscopic’ (produced by Simbad) on iTunes here
Gilles was on Soul Glow a while back, here it is if you missed it. See if you can spot my excitement.
It’s always encouraging when you fancy an artist and then they get picked up for big things by people like Egon of Now-Again/Stones Throw Records. Paul White is an MPC guy who’s able to get so much soul and emotion out of his samples… it’s quite outstanding. We did an interview about a year ago when he released is debut, and here it is. Expect a follow up in the weeks to come.
His new album ‘Paul White & The Purple Brain’ comes out early June.
Cop the debut single feat Guilty Simpson for free here and then buy the bitchin remixes
Purchase ‘The Strange Dreams Of Paul White’, the dizzying debut here
THEN get more free isht at his Bandcamp
Currently on tour in Australia, Dam-Funk joined me on Soul Glow today and shared with us his generous knowledge of the Funk and Boogie. Check out his mixes across the interwebs and his album Toeachizown, of course, here
Now with added slideshow of pics from the tour. Thank you Little Miss and Grizz.
Trevor Jackson’s album cover design, DJing and music production kinda put him in a league of his own. He was even good enough to take breakfast radio questions at 8am on the morning of a gig. This guy!