This week Sam takes a look at the debut album from New York alternative rap group Digable Planets "Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space)." Released in 1993, this album quickly became an underground jazz rap classic and became popular among both the rap and alternative communities.
This week Sam takes a look at the fourteenth studio album from American soul Queen Aretha Franklin. Released in 1968 during the height of her career, "Lady Soul" is considered one of Aretha's best albums and an all-time soul classic.
Callum and Antony from Ounce came up for a chat with Hunter about some of the tracks that influenced their creative processes and development as musicians.
Black Sabbath - Supernaut
James Brown - I Can't Stand Myself When You Touch Me
Asha Bhosle with R.D Burman - Dum Maro Dum Live
Ounce - Dead Mirror
Frank Zappa - Peaches In Regalia
The Dirtbombs - Underdog
This week Sam takes a look at the third studio album from British-Irish Celtic punk group The Pogues "If I Should Fall From Grace With God." Released in 1988, "If I Should Fall From Grace"molded the best aspects of punk and traditional Irish folk music and is now generally considered one of the best British albums of the 1980s.