Music suggestions for the weekend (part 7)

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Every Friday, we provide you with quite a few musical tips for the weekend to come. At this time, we have new music from artists like Prince, James Blake and Perfume Genius.


This weekend you can enjoy an online stream of a concert from Prince & The Revolution, 1985. The concert was to promote the Purple Rain live on German tv. In 2017, the DVD from the deluxe edition of the album Purple Rain. Now, it’s on YouTube, and streaming services like Spotify. Especially in the finale, where the main focus is on the hits from Purple Rain was very good. The title track takes a even a fat, 19 minutes, full of great guitar solos.

James Blake

A lot of American tv shows, as an alternative to the musical guests in the studio, clips of artists from the house music to be heard. James Corden was in this week for James Blake as a guest. He sat down at the piano and sang a cover of A Case of You by Joni Mitchell.

Tame Impala

In the show, Stephen Colbert was on the Tama Impala will be a special guest. Frontman Kevin Parker took this to be a creative video, in which three of the band members at the same time to play.

Freddie Gibbs & Madlib

Rapper Freddie Gibbs and producer Madlib were made with a Bandana is one of the better rapalbums by 2019 at the latest. For Amazon, the Music went into a studio with the band, and El Michels Affair. Do you know this may be out of their instrumental versions of the song from the Wu-Tang Clan. The session at the legendary Diamond Mine Studio in Long Island, new york City, New York. The number is the Hole Damn in this setting, with a heavy dose of jazz and soul, through which it is to be a very friendly and helpful overall.

Perfume Genius

Anyone of us who are musical have never been disappointed it is Perfume Genius. That is why his music is hard to describe. It’s actually quite a lot of at the same time, but at the same time it is very personal and understated.

Moses Sumney

Moses Sumney has also been one of those people who is not going to be in the musical categories, let’s stop. The two-volume græ is his amazing voice is central to this. Musically, the album is extremely diverse, thanks to the help of musical friends, as a Thundercat, James Blake, and Shabaka Hutchings. Also, this one is going on this weekend, on repeat.


In a world that is full of trapbeats and auto-tune are the artists, as the Ka is a pleasant breath of fresh air. These are not the tracks in front of the club, or to get in your car to the pump, but when it comes to sitting down and enjoying it. The Ka has more to say than your average rapper, and the production is fresh and original, with a lot of space in it for the love of god.

Kamasi Washington

For Netflix, a documentary about Michelle Obama, made it, and saxophonist Kamasi Washington is the one. The songs are shorter and more subdued than what we know from Washington’s regular’s work, but aficionados will be sure to keep them happy.

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

Everything else seems to be wrong on this, the new album from Jason Isbell. His music is a fine border between alt-country, rootsrock, and southern rock. His band, The 400 Unit, feel it is perfect for the beach. However, the most important are the beautiful lyrics of the Isbell. It is always telling a story about the special people that make you wonder how much of it is autobiographical, it is.

The Amsterdam Andalusian Orchestra

You will feel like you are in a different world, the new album from the Amsterdam Andalusian Orchestra (AAO). This album is the collaboration with the singer, Salah Eddine Mesbah of north africa. The result is mysterious, spiritual, and uplifting. Music for the soul.

Infectious Grooves

No, no, we’re not talking about the band’s Infectious Grooves. For anyone who is musical, is seen in at the deep end and dare to jump, no love handles, the people behind the festival, Le Guess Who? a playlist on Spotify where every week a new and more adventurous music to be heard.