From Al Green to Fela Kuti via Miles Davis, Ray Baretto and Jorge Ben, let’s take a glimpse at 1972’s musical landscape – the rhythm & soul edition.
Whilst neoperreo, a digital DIY subgenre of reggaeton, might be a child of the internet worldwide, its flame burns brightest in Santiago.
Introducing a timeless selection of Brazilian protest songs from Chico Buarque to Linn da Quebrada which remind us that hatred and violence are best fought by love and music.
This is a movie for your imagination to watch as it wishes. In fact, you’re starring in it.
It’s cocktail time on the terrace. This selection will give you a neck massage and will slowly make you move your hips.
João Gilberto was a pioneer of bossa nova. Mixing traditional and modern musical influences, he inspired generations of musicians.
From down to mid-up tempo, from Jamaica to Brazil with a French twist, from the 1960s to the 2010s, a selection to warm you up.
When you know you have a long dull winter ahead of you, this might be the moment to listen to songs about going away.
1966 proved to be such a wonderful year for music that it is worth documenting these great tracks that somehow avoided the radar.