Ron Hart

MONSTRANCE,

MONSTRANCE, "Monstrance"

As you may already know from such historic bootleg recordings of impromptu sessions between the likes of Prince and Miles Davis and Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison and Johnny Winter, the idea of great minds coming together behind closed doors is nothing new in modern pop, regardless of how piss sloppy the results turn out.
POP LEVI,

POP LEVI, "The Return to Form Black Majick Party"

As a member of Super Numeri, England's heir apparent to the "Acid Motherhood" of Daevid Allen's Gong, singer/multi-instrumentalist Pop Levi has fashioned some of the most mind-exploding space grooves of the last 10 years.
Anybody who's ever followed the path of their

Anybody who's ever followed the path of their

Anybody who's ever followed the path of their favorite hip-hop breakbeat has more often than not led themselves to the wellspring of funk and soul records released by the Warner Bros. family tree of classic labels between the years 1967 and 1977.

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