Roots to Grooves

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Roots to Grooves – Charlotte Day Wilson

We explore the chill Neo Soul of Toronto's Charlotte Day Wilson.


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Roots to Grooves – fun.

In the early 2010's there was no escaping the massively big pop anthems of "fun." But why did they disappear?


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Roots to Grooves – Miink

"Miink" doesn't want his music to be intellectualized. He thinks people will mostly likely enjoy his sounds in a solitary environment.


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Roots to Grooves – Arc De Soleil

"Arc De Soleil" has been described as sounding maybe a little too similar to Khruangbin. We explore the truth and dive deeper into the genre hopping sounds of producer Daniel Kadawatha.


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Roots to Grooves – Nanna.B

The experimental Neo Soul sounds of Danish artist "Nanna.B" is explored on the latest episode of the Roots to Grooves podcast.



Roots to Grooves – ELIZA

We find out why this English R&B artist ditched her major label record deal and pop star status, to create a more authentic sound.


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Roots to Grooves – Tennis

The story of how a failed sports career and a round the world sailing trip culminated into a dream pop duo with multiple albums.


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Roots to Grooves – Yaeji

From a stint at a college radio station to her own DJ gigs and eventually to producing a unique flavor of electronic music. This is Yaeji.


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An Interview with Muzi

South African artist "Muzi" joins us live from Johannesburg to discuss his music.


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Roots to Grooves – MØ

From cutting her teeth in the mid-2000's Punk scene of Copenhagen, to being the artist with the most streamed song of all time on Spotify.