Video 10 Sep

Forgot how great Morris Day was back in the day…

Oh yeah baby… get ya some of this.

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Video 18 Jun

a nice dose of knob tweaking bedroom pop.

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Video 1 May

A nice track for ya.

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Video 13 Oct

Need to get your tune on? this bucket of goodness is filled with tasty ear treats… enjoy@

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Video 25 Sep

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Photo 14 May 1 note scottlumley:

Tuk Tuk for you sir?

scottlumley:

Tuk Tuk for you sir?

Photo 14 May 1 note Livvi from Switzerland. An around the world traveller who I met near Khao San Road, Bangkok, Thailand

Livvi from Switzerland. An around the world traveller who I met near Khao San Road, Bangkok, Thailand

Photo 14 May 1 note This is what as known as a Tuk Tuk.

This is what as known as a Tuk Tuk.

Photo 9 May 1 note Musicians at The El Conquistador Resort, Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Musicians at The El Conquistador Resort, Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Video 9 May 1 note

Calypso has been in decline since the glory days of Lord Kitchener and Mighty Sparrow, but Drew Gonsalves is determined to put that right. An émigré Trinidadian who moved to Canada as a teenager, he became fascinated by the musical heritage he left behind, and set out to write new songs echoing the wit and storytelling of classic calypso, but in a contemporary setting. He’s a powerful singer and an impressive multi-instrumentalist, playing guitars, bass and percussion, and he’s helped by producer Ivan Duran, best known for his work with Garifuna singer Andy Palacio. There are echoes of soca, dancehall, ska and reggae here, along with sturdy brass work, and the lyrics are suitably intriguing. He praises calypso as a news medium, covers topics ranging from the death penalty to tourists who take photos of Caribbean poverty, and ends with an apocalyptic calypso with echoes of TS Eliot. Impressively original.

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