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Krystal Klear by strangefruitmusic
November 29, 2010, 1:27 am
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Tried For Your Love Listen Now
Boogie Wan Listen Now
Dekryptic Listen Now
Tried For Your Love (Hudson Mohawke Remix) Listen No

September 29, 2010, 12:27 am
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July 14, 2010, 3:07 pm
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Gotta love the net…and especially Soundcloud. Cause if you know how to use Soundcloud features wisely..the Soundcloud weatherman drops a weekly update in your mailbox and provides you with stuff like…Anthony Valadez’ Joy remix….which is fit for a very laidback summer evening…Enjoy!!

if you press the arrow on the right side of the soundcloud music wave (you know…the small one underneath the info button) you can download this straight to your computer!!


Stereolab – Come & Play In The Milky Night
Cody ChesnuTT – Do Better For The Young
Afta 1 – Sunset
Theophilus London – Enjoy The Sun
Velvet Undergound – Femme Fatale
Black Spade – I Heart
Dogg Master – Im Ready
Unknown Artist – Always
Mike B – No Stoppin The Slide (Re-edi t)
Ashley Thomas – Somethings Got To Give
Carole Sylvan – Think
Vaughn Mason – Roller Skate
Suff Daddy – Sip Liquor
Floating Points – Esthian Iii
Avila Brothers – The Mood
Bill Withers – In Your Life
Michael Jackson – All I Do (Hiroshi Fujiwara Remix)
Kyle Hall – You Know What I Feel
James Blake – CMK
Sir Froderick – Twice As High
Quadron – Never Freeze
Nico – These Days
Meshell N’degeocello – Thankful

Lorn – Nothing Else by strangefruitmusic
June 3, 2010, 2:38 am
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Sonny Moon Runaway by strangefruitmusic
May 24, 2010, 2:11 pm
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Blundetto – Bad Bad Things Album preview by strangefruitmusic
May 21, 2010, 1:12 am
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Blundetto’s first album, “Bad Bad Things” will be released around June 2010 on Heavenly Sweetness. It’s been produced with collaborations like Hindi Zahra, General Elektriks, Lateef The Truthspeaker, Chico Mann, The Budos Band, Tommy Guerrero, Julien Bitner, Shawn Lee, Alex Finkin, Clément Petit, Aurélien Calvel, Sandra Nkaké, Guillaume Farley, François Faure, Tom L’aroye and Julien Agazar. The album was mixed by Blackjoy and mastered at Optimum Mastering in Bristol. Olivier Chaos a.k.a “Pico” designed the graphics – Guillaume Leroyer is A&R on the visual level and Yann Stofer has shot some photos.

Richie Pits – Ye Fre Mi Richy Pitch by strangefruitmusic
May 16, 2010, 11:16 pm
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Borrowed this from: Tropical Bass:

The LP “Ye Fre Mi Richy Pitch” (They call me Richy Pitch in Twi) is the fruit of a two-year stay of producer and DJ, Richy Pitch from UK in Ghana, West Africa, a land with amazing musical cultures and traditions.
He recorded with local stars and talent and fused the classic sound of Ghanaian music with his own production skills.

This LP presents different styles of Ghanaian and West African music from Highlife, Hiplife to Afrobeat to traditional percussion music, all combined with a fresh production twist.

It features the cream of Ghanaian music talent including MOBO and MTV Africa winner Samini,Reggie Rockstone, known as the Godfather of Hiplife and talented MC’s such as Wanlov the KubolorM3NSA and M.anifest, and many more inspiring Ghanaian artists.

Since Richy Pitch comes from a Hip Hop background it is just natural that many tracks are Rap tunes: Pidgin Rap with lyrics in English, Twi, Fante and Ga. However this album is more than a just another Hip Hop LP: “Ninsuo” and “Abanaba” both sung by Kwesi Dankwa are true Palmwine Highlife pieces, “Odo Yea” by Gouda is a traditional percussion song, in “Dey Suffer” Yasmeen with her incredibly soulful voice gives a critical statement about the emigration out of Africa, and “Dey Craze” is a very funky kind of Afrobeat Rap tune.
And then there is “We’re Taking Over” that starts like a radio show, turns out to be a Rap tune with DJ Black on the mic, then Samini takes over and does justice to his title as one of Africa’s greatest Dancehall artists and in the end a third beat comes in and it all starts to sound pretty much like Soca!

The LP “Ye Fre Mi Richy Pitch” is to be released on BBE Records in June 2010.
It is a versatile LP that gives a great insight to the Ghanaian music scene. It is packed with lots of fine humour, energy and a great fusion of modern and traditional sounds, fat beats and beautiful voices from Ghana that tell the listeners a lot about their live and homeland – and you don’t even have to understand Twi to feel them!
For all those who can’t wait until June, go and get the single “Black Star” feat. M.anifest (see video above) that will already be available in all download stores by the end of April.