Tag Archives: Strut Records

Podcast: Rebel Up Nightshop #88

Podcast: Rebel Up Nightshop #88

Nightshop show for October via Radio Campus Bxl, Rhythm Passport & Groovalizacion Radio with +3 hours of new global albums & sounds. 3 songs of the day via India, La Reunion and Berlin. Our albums of the month take us to Egypt (Juju Sounds) via Zimbabwe mbira sounds (Awesome Tapes...
Podcast: Rebel Up’s Nightshop #83

Podcast: Rebel Up’s Nightshop #83

Nightshop show for April ’21 for Radio Campus Bxl & Rhythm Passport with 3 hours of new global sounds. 3 songs of the day; semba by Joãozinho Morgado (Turma da Bênção), Persian hip-hop jazz by Roforofo Jazz and Colombian tropical artists Abelardo Carbono & Meridian Brothers. Our albums of the...
News: Bandcamp Your Friday (Friday, 2nd April 2021)

News: Bandcamp Your Friday (Friday, 2nd April 2021)

New Bandcamp Friday and new shopping tips… As we often do on the first Friday of each month, when Bandcamp lifts its fees redistributing all sales profits to artists and their labels, also today we give you some suggestions on how to spend your money on music effectively supporting musicians....
Podcast: Rhythm Passport On Air w/ Onipa (March 2020)

Podcast: Rhythm Passport On Air w/ Onipa (March 2020)

The March episode of Rhythm Passport On Air presents you with one of the freshest names on the global beats scene. A band that is becoming ubiquitous in these times of online gigs, with new (digital) performances and participations springing up like mushrooms on a daily basis. We are talking...
Podcast: Rebel Up’s Nightshop #81

Podcast: Rebel Up’s Nightshop #81

Show for February 2021 on Radio Campus Bxl & Rhythm Passport, 3 hours of new global sounds. We have four songs of the day from a Palestine cult group via Akuphone, Maroc 60’s flower pop via Habibi Funk, African electronics (Shika Shika) and tribal percussion. Our albums of the month...
Your Ticket to… 2020 (in 20+1 Albums)

Your Ticket to… 2020 (in 20+1 Albums)

Hard to believe that such a dire and dramatic year could inspire such an abundance of remarkable albums. Or maybe, on the contrary, the multitude of emotions sparked by the pandemic and our new life’s circumstances might have been the main reasons why musicians were able to write, record and...