Posts Tagged 'Soundway Records'
BIG East London warehouse party coming up on Friday 20th April. Arranged by Soundway Records to celebrate their 10th anniversary and promote two recent releases by Los Miticos del Ritmo and Batida, the party promises to be a tropical fiesta
Soundway Records have spent the past five years releasing what seemed a never-ending stream of lost gems and forgotten classics from Africa and Latin America, with their Colombia compilations (Palenque Palenque, Original Sound of Cumbia, etc.) in particular getting our
The sound of Colombia’s Caribbean coastline, cumbia is one of Latin America’s most outstanding popular music forms. This influential genre had a major impact on overseas salsa, as well as certain styles of Mexican music, and inspired large audiences in
Monster party from the Soundway Records lot, Dancing Time with Soundway will feature Miles Cleret (Soundway), Chris Menist & Maft Sai (Sound of Siam) on the decks along with guest DJs Vamanos & A.J Holmes (Secousse) and The Quietus DJs,
The Sony distribution centre in Enfield was home to releases from many of the UK’s independent music labels and film distribution companies. When it burnt down on Monday night all of that stock was lost. Here’s how you can help our indies recover!
Following a stunning collaboration with Berlin-based Afrobeat Academy, Ghanaian highlife legend Ebo Taylor releases Life Stories, a definitive compilation of his 1970s recordings.
The World Ends is a fine start for those who want good music for the ears, and the feet. The release comes fresh from Soundway and bears vibrant tracks, evidently carrying influences from the likes of Jimi Hendrix, James Brown