Bob Fadoul – Fi Jamaïque

Bob Fadoul – dubbed “Morocco’s James Brown Meets King Tubby” – threw some Arabic funk onto a reggae ridden and call it Fi Jamaïque. We can’t believe it either. This is arguably the most peculiar track we’ve featured on Sampleface but entertaining nonetheless. Not much is known about Bob Fadoul besides the Little Richard aesthetic […]

Suff Daddy – Birdsongs

Suff Daddy drops the eclectic new album Birdsongs. “Music for summer evenings, champagne nights and gloomy mornings” as described by Suff Daddy himself. There’s a certain decadence that emanates through the album, particularly on the nu-funk jam Paper Proclamation featuring Mayer Hawthorne. Piano Joint is a personal fave with its crisp percussion and piano-led melody, […]

J Dilla: Back To The Crib Mixtape


The unearthing of Dilla treats continues as the Boiler Room release a mixtape of his listening habits. Something a little different from the J Dilla archives in the form of a mixtape but not of his own music. Boiler Room and BBE Records have released an unheard mixtape recorded sometime around the turn of the […]