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Your Ticket to… 2018 (in 50 songs)

Your Ticket to… 2018 (in 50 songs)

We know that the curtain closed on 2018 more than a week ago but, given the incredible number of good tunes released throughout the year, we also thought that it was better to take a few additional days to tidy up our music-listening. What follows is a playlist of the...
Visions of Sound – December 2018

Visions of Sound – December 2018

We’ve partnered with Groovalizacion Radio to bring you a monthly collection of the best world music-related videos. That’s our way to give value to too often overlooked, rich and diverse artistic expressions. Listen with your eyes! Watch the full playlist: 
News: Onipa share pure joy with their new video for “Woza”

News: Onipa share pure joy with their new video for “Woza”

London and its music scene are always able to surprise us. So much so, that one of their most recently born offspring is a quality union between Afrofuturism, Congotronics, funk and urban electronic vibes. Onipa (which means ‘human being’ in Ghanaian Asanta language) is indeed one of the most exciting...
Review: Jam on RYE Festival @ Peckham Rye (London; 29th May 2018)

Review: Jam on RYE Festival @ Peckham Rye (London; 29th May 2018)

From the first Jamaican rude-boy sound systems of Duke Reid and Prince Buster to Trojan Records of London 1968, ska, rocksteady, reggae and dub sound system culture has thrived in Britain’s black culture and has defined generations and popular trends. A sunny May Bank Holiday saw hundreds take to Peckham Rye...
Review: Ealing Jazz Festival @ Walpole Park (London, 29th July 2017)

Review: Ealing Jazz Festival @ Walpole Park (London, 29th July 2017)

Much like a charming village fete with a complimentary cleansing mud bath, Ealing Jazz Festival provided both entertainment and healing from the music and comedy of sliding from one stage to another. Unfortunately for the locals, this was the second week that the Walpole celebrations had been washed out. However,...
Review: Love Supreme Festival (Glynde Place, 30th June to 2nd July 2017)

Review: Love Supreme Festival (Glynde Place, 30th June to 2nd July 2017)

The concept of an outdoor jazz festival hardly conjures images of glitter-filled Glastonbury excitement, a young hip crowd and dance-fuelled elation. However, previously exclusive jazz appears to be undergoing a fashion revolution and the grounds of Glynde Place hinted at this. Love Supreme, the UK’s only three-day greenfield jazz festival...
Your Ticket to… the U.K.

Your Ticket to… the U.K.

There’s no better way to introduce you to the Rhythm Passport music world than to start in our very own “backyard”. For this reason, we gather together and are keen to let you discover some of the most interesting projects and sounds right here on our doorstep, from Belfast to...
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