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Äänilevyjen ystävät (Friends of Records) fort-nitely club at Suisto will continue to happen every second Thursday. It is a listening club concept in which music lovers share their beloved records with each other through Suisto music bar hifi quality PA system. The recordings are selected due to their potential to open new horizons and spaces for the participants. We invite you to travel all around the world through different times led by the curiosity for different sounds and soundscapes and whatever may come with them. Hosted by The Blassics, Audio Delicacy, Dub Disco Lo-Fi and friends.
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Just the other day we were sitting at the studio, listening to some of our demos and musical experiments and some vinyls we feel good with. When listening to this piece, we felt that there was some living-in-the-moment going on in there that we'd like to share. To us it is extremely important that such moments can emerge and can be felt. It's music, ya'll.
Ruff Strut: Shitty is pretty like they say. A side from the new Blassics 7", pressing of 300 copies.
To see means to know?: A wonderfully psychedelic video on "To see means to know?" made by our main man Joona Venäläinen. Great for repeated watching!
The Dancers of Tanguelan:A mysterious and groovy opening gem fromOdd Jazz vol. 1 LP. Check out Jouni Joronen on tenor sax!
Goljat & Cheek Playah
Or so they say. This weekend, Dazed flew out to Lagos, Nigeria for the third annual MTV Africa Music.
Awards and spent a few days and some late nights meeting rap, R&B and kuduro superstars from across Africa: names like Banky W, Fally Ipupa, Daddy Owen, Cabo Snoop and Radio & Weasel, from Angola to Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo and beyond, all huge stars in their own countries, selling truckloads of records despite rampant piracy and a rickety music industry. These guys are kind of the Jay Zs and Snoops of Africa, basically.