Legendary DJ/crate-digger Cut Chemist professes his love for Cymande’s 1972 self-titled debut.
Reissue: The Dove
A global pop icon appears in a most unexpected place in this story from Pod Planet’s Clive Desmond.
Reissue: Mad About The Boy
We resurface a story from Falling Tree Productions that takes a look at the empowering flip-side of pop fandom.
Searching for the Root: The Incredible Journey of Aisha Ali
In the wake of the swinging ‘60s, a young woman named Aisha Ali travels to North Africa in search of her roots. There, she single-handedly documents hours and hours of music and film from Algeria, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco, and Egypt ... much of it still unheard.
A Million Dollars Worth of Plastic
In 1989 McDonald’s ran the biggest flexi-disc promotion ever, sending out 80 million discs (playing the “Menu Song”) as inserts in newspapers all over the country. A very special copy of this record was almost burned to heat a family home in Galax, Virginia. Instead, it ended up winning the homeowner a million dollars.