The focus then shifted to UK soul talent and Fatima's nu-soul vibrations before DJ iZem gave Brazilian boy Lucas Santtana a decidedly forward looking twist. Just because music is distressed and not polished doesn't mean it hasn't got soul and feeling as Luke Wyatt and then Heat Wave more than ably demonstrated before Kelpe got his dub boogie on which led nicely into the soulful world of breaks and house of MonkeyRobot.
We couldn't resist dropping another Dirg Gerner track from his now released EP because, well just because it's a great project, say no more. Jono McCleery then continued in a similar vein as he takes his delicate folk vibes in a more electronic direction which bodes well for the coming album. The pace then hotted up with the cosmicjazzkrautrock vibes of Rocketnumbernine whose excellent debut album is now available on Smalltown Supersound. Food Pyramid then ended the show in fine Krautpop style..
Kasket - Warm Regards (Apollo promo)
Henry Franklin - The Skipper (Black Jazz/Snowdog)
Simba & Milton Gulli - Outro (BBE promo)
Jazz P - Sweet Melody (Kongoloti promo)
Fatima - Technology (Eglo promo)
Lucas Santtana - Hold Me In, DJ Izem remix (Mais Um Discos)
Luke Wyatt - Bertone Stratos (Emotional Response)
Heat Wave - Leave Me (Deep Tapes)
Kelpe - Monte Verita (DBA Dubs)
MonkeyRobot - YBMJ (Heavenly Sweetness)
Dirg Gerner - Mapa Bells (Eglo)
Jono McCleery - Ballade (Ninja Tune promo)
Rocketnumbernine - Black and Blue (Smalltown Supersound)
Food Pyramid - The High Life (Intercoastal Artists)