Monthly Archives: June 2018

Mark de Clive-Lowe Vol. 1 Remixes On Vinyl

Mark de Clive-Lowe’s latest batch of remixes is will be available July 4th on vinyl from  Mashibeats via Fatbeats. The six songs include music from Nina Lares, Dexter Story and KING. The deep house tracks are destined to provide some lasting summer memories in the club. Listen to the stream below and check Fatbeats for a physical copy. 


Meshell Ndegeocello: Sensitivity (Official Video)

Meshell Ndegeocello’s “Sensitivity” visual celebrates love and good times among all kinds of people outdoors in the sun. Her version of Ralph Tresvant’s Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis-penned song is on her Ventriloquism album. It is a collection of favored songs of the ’80s and ’90s in Ndegeocello’s voice. Catch Ndegeocello on tour this summer. 


Gorillaz: The Now Now Album Stream

Gorillaz released The Now Now today and Damon Albarn described it as “pretty much just me singing” and “very sort of in the world of 2-D.” Humanz had a long list of collaborators but The Now Now does not because of the strict time frame for the recording sessions. The Now Now tour is on the road until the fall. 


Media Questions Of The Week


Does the $100 million lawsuit against Ed Sheeran for using Marvin Gaye’s “Let’s Get It On” for his song “Thinking Out Loud” have merit? 

Will Terry Crews’ testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee on the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill Of Rights help destroy the culture of sexual abuse in Hollywood?  

Why has Serena Williams been subjected to more random drug testing than her peers?


Hannah Featherstone Releases Word Bond Debut

Hannah Featherstone’s childhood in France exposed her to all kinds of music in a household of musicians. Today she releases her debut album, Word Bond and it is a reflection of her homegrown tastes bound together into one. “What’s In A Name” is the first single and Featherstone’s jazz and pop sensibilities combine around the need to do away with confining people with labels.