Soleado bros salute David Axelrod and J Dilla playing loads of tuuuunes by the likes of Diente De Leche, Black Stalin, FM-84, Lay Far, John Garcia, and Lata Ramasar.
The Soleado bros. go unpronounceable this week, sharing their wish for the leader of the so-called free world be removed from power by playing tunes by The Honey Drippers, Antibalas, and DJ Shadow. Plus, new and old stuff by Onom Agemo and his Disco Jumpers, Bastien Keb, Miriam Makeba, Blaze Foley, and the Paradise Bangkok Molam International Band.
This week the Soleado Bros. made a mixtape with some tuuuuunes by Alex Rodriguez, Bhi Bhiman, Nickodemus, Skylab, Lucky Brown, and Papooz. They’re also playing on by the legendary Can, saying goodbye to Jaki Liebezeit, and another one by Chip Wickham, because his debut album is the best thing that happened this month.
January 20th, 2017 is the beginning of the end, and to celebrate, the boys from Lovemonk are releasing Chip Wickham’s fantastic first album. On Soleado they’re playing Chip’s version of Camarón de la Isla’s “La leyenda del tiempo”, plus a whole bunch of tunes by the likes of Omar, Yussef Kamaal, Max Graef, Lafa Taylor, and Pedro Santos, among many others.
In this episode of discord, Soleado celebrates the imminent release of Chip Wickham’s fantastic new album, The Avalanches’ most recent album and, most of all, the new compilation featuring all of the giant Phil Collins’ greatest hits. Also, tunes by Bowie, Idris Ackamoor, Boogarins, Jay Daniel, and Laughing Light Of Plenty.
Lubacov and Señorlobo are very self-referential today, but they’re playing a whole lotta whole lotta tunes, too, with new stuff by Little Barrie, Sampha, Joe Goddard, Chico Mann and others, and classics by La Protesta and Lyn Colins. On fire!
There’s a tiny new person in this world. Her name is Nora and she’s Lubacov’s daughter (who’s taking the day off, naturellement).
Soleado celebrates the little one’s arrival with joy and good tunes. Chip Wickham, Yishak Banjaw, Lord Echo, Starship Commander Woo Woo, Eddie Palmieri, and Sinkane, among others, provide the soundtrack. Long live the good ones!