Just Nate – “One Is Half”

Just Nate – “One Is Half”

What comes across immediately in the opening measures of “One Is Half” by Just Nate is a sense of isolation. For the first four bars a solitary acoustic guitar plays a single note passage that’s an outline of the melody from the upcoming verse. By the fifth bar a voice comes in on top of the guitar motif like a shadow following its creator. The breathless voice quietly incants, “Life’s to short to love you/I’d…

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Orquesta Akokan | Orquesta Akokan

Orquesta Akokan | Orquesta Akokan

ARTIST: various artists TITLE: Listen All Around: The Golden Age Of Central & East African Music LABEL: Dust-to-Digital Hugh Tracey spent most of his life making field recordings of sub-Saharan African music; he probably did more than any other human to open the world’s ears to Africa’s sounds. Now Dust-to-Digital and Tracey’s International Library of African Music have partnered on this package of 2 CDs and an 84-page hardbound book about the 1950-58 recordings of…

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No Fly Zone Magazine Interview With Dyggz

No Fly Zone Magazine Interview With Dyggz

Ladies and gentlemen, it is our pleasure to introduce you to Dyggz! NFZ: Is there a story behind the origin of your stage name?  I got the name Dyggz (pronounced Diggs) in junior high school when I told my boy KP (still by my side today) I was going to make rap Albums that went Diamond (10 Million sales). He said you gonna have to really dig! He started calling me Digs, and the name…

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