Thursday 13 September 2018

New to the Liberation's Frequency playlist

Blue-in-Green:RADIO's Liberation's Frequency playlist runs every day in & around the excellent shows we're able to present to you and we do our absolute best to make sure that it's constantly updated with the best new music.  Below are a few new gems that have found their way on to the playlist and awaiting your attention.  (Please check the "Schedule" tab at the top of the page to find the times the LF playlist airs each day.)

'Unfold' & 'Increments' by Paper Void
We're indebted to our dear friend Lorena (@LoreVille609) who has once again proved she has one of the best music tastes of anyone I know - Paper Void are an R&B/nu-soul/nu-jazz group with currently two free-to-download projects on Bandcamp, 'Unfold' (2014) and 'Increments' (2016).  Songs from these projects have infiltrated our Liberation Frequency playlist as well as Nu-Skool Soul so they definitely deserve your attention.

'The Emancipation Procrastination' by Christian Scott
2017 saw the release of Christian Scott's Centennial Trilogy released through Ropeadope Records.  The three albums - 'Ruler Rebel', 'Diaspora' and 'The Emancipation Procrastination' - have been much discussed on this site and on our shows, and while music from the first two entries have been included on the Liberation Frequency playlist, it's now the turn of the project's concluding chapter.

'Dojo Cuts feat. Roxie Ray' by Dojo Cuts
Incredible to think the debut album from Sydney's Dojo Cuts came as far back as 2009.  Released through one of the finest purveyors of funk and soul music that there is, Italy's Record Kicks, and with lead vocals by the brilliant Roxie Ray, the group's debut still holds as a landmark release for the label so we're proud to showcase tracks into our Liberation's Frequency playlist.  And make sure to keep your ears peeled for the cover of Stevie Wonder's 'Uptight'.

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