Oh No’s Dues n Don’ts, featuring Jose James & Phife Dawg, is our Song for Sunday. One of the dopest album covers ever. RIP Phife. Stream it below.
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. […]
Labelle’s Moonshadow is our Song for Sunday. Labelle were more than Lady Marmalade. Their second album in this incarnation, Moonshadow, was their last on Warner Bros and the title track was a revamp of Cat Stevens’ original. The cover stretched to nearly 9 and a half minutes with all the epic soul and funk you […]
Nick Drake’s Northern Sky is our Song For Sunday. 2016 is no more as we break into a new year and hopefully more prosperous times. Northern Sky was a song on Nick Drake’s penultimate album before his untimely death in 1974. The song was a departure from his previous work. Unfortunately, his record label Island […]