Scrimshire

Here are a couple of tracks from “Along came the Devil one night...”, the debut album from Soul/jazz song writer/ producer Scrimshire (aka Adam Scrimshire). Released on Wah Wah 45 last year, the album has a chilled out jazz/soul/folk vibe and is definitely worth checking out.

Warm Sound (Aaron Jerome Remix) by Scrimshire

All roads lead you home by Scrimshire

To hear the full album and to find out more visit the following links...

www.scrimshire.com | scrimshire.bandcamp.com | twitter.com/scrimshire


Rob Tex Presents - "The Red Method - How High"

This mash-up from Rob Tex, pairs the classic vocal stylings of hip hop legends Method Man and Redman, with funky 60's style jazz.

Available as a 7" from your favorite local record shop / online store.


Tommy Tempa

London-based Soul, Jazz and Blues-influenced Hip Hop producer, Tommy Tempa, has been quietly gaining recognition for his production of other artists work. However, whilst also making up one third of spooky Hip Hop/Blues outfit, Mancini and the Creepers, he's still managing to make time for his own personal musical output. And for this I am thankful.

Untitled Prt1 is a track from his upcoming EP, which will soon be released by 2600 Recordings. This Jazzy, music-box delight has something of dark French abstraction to it, though tainted with prettily Western-sounding chimes and guitars of Americana. It's a recipe for all-round deliciousness and I thoroughly recommend a listen. Enjoy! 

Catch Tommy Tempa's Untitled Prt1 on a computer near you via his myspace page.


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