Daily Archives: February 11, 2014

Tall Black Guy-Mini Therapy Chops 3

Tall Black Guy’s Mini Therapy Chops 3 is more of his chilled-out instrumental soul. This third release in the series explores Marvin Gaye and Italian composer Stelvio Cipriani.


A Band Called Death-North Street

A Band Called Death is releasing their Death III album of archived sounds on April 22rd. The Detroit punk band was removed from obscurity when the 2012 documentary about their brief attempt at rock stardom in the ’70s was released. Death III has music recorded between ’78-’92 and pays tribute to David Hackney who was the group’s visionary. “North Street” is from the 9-song tracklisting and they are currently touring in support of the album.


Nigerian Soul Vocalist Douye’ to Release New Album So Much Love f/ Single “Til Morning Comes”

Nigerian R&B singer Douye (Doe-Yay) is following up her 2007 Journey debut album with So Much Love this year. Douye, who cites Sade, Rachelle Ferrell, Dianne Reeves, Anita Baker, Nancy Wilson and Chante Moore as influences is offering “Till Morning Comes” from the album as a stream. Subject-wise she tackles mental illness and the importance of enjoying the simple things in life and she has a song dedicated to Fela. As a child she attended many of Fela’s famous performances at his Shrine nightclub in Lagos and “So Much Love” is her tribute to him and that time.


Ice Cube-Sic Them Youngins On ‘Em


“Sic Them Youngins On ‘Em” is from Ice Cube’s Everythangs Corrupt that comes out May 13th.


Space Captain-Easier

Space Captain is a new soul collective out of Brooklyn, New York. They are deeply inspired by D’Angelo and currently working on their first EP and gigging around the city. “Easier” is their first video