Broadcast’s The Book Lovers is our Song for Sunday. Something a little left field this week, courtesy of author Siân S. Rathore.
Smino’s Anita is our Song for Sunday. Do not sleep on Smino. Anita is taken from his debut album blkswn and demonstrates his rapping talents alongside some fine production from Soulection alumnus Monte Booker. Stream it below.
Kaytranada’s Lite Spots is our Song for Sunday. Loved this to begin with but discovering the original sample has rekindled my obsession. Then there’s the video, featuring the flyest dancers and a robot following suit. Taken from Kaytranada’s emphatic debut, 99.9%.
Childish Gambino’s Redbone is our Song for Sunday. I heard this today and put the name to the track that opened Get Out (which we featured on our sister site, Cultrface). Awaken, My Love is a classic.
George Benson’s Dinorah, Dinorah is our Song for Sunday. I heard this on the radio for the first time this week and I was in complete awe. It didn’t surprise me to discover it was a cover of a Latin track.
For our 100th Song for Sunday, we’ve chosen The Orb’s Dilla’s Moon Quake. It’s been a long time coming but we’re finally on #100 and what better way to celebrate than with a Dilla tribute. In 2015, electronica duo The Orb released “Moonbuilding 2703 AD” and as a bonus track, they included Dilla’s Moon Quake. […]