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Or:la
Irfan Rainy
Bradley Zero
Pellegrino
Champagne Funk
03 Nov 2018

Come celebrate 7 years of dancing with us at Corsica Studios.
Over 7 years, we have invited over 200 different artists, staged over 150 events worldwide, hosted over 170 radio shows and released 30 vinyl records and counting…
For our 7th birthday we have guests old and new to help us blow out our candles.

Neue Grafik
Kwake Bass
Marijus Aleksa’s MAPS
Bradley Zero
29 Nov 2018

For the final edition of our collaboration this year with Jazz Cafe, we invite 3 hotly-tipped acts that haven’t stopped blinking on our musical radars.

Forest Floor
Sitting somewhere between electro, house and techno with a healthy dose of breaks - LT constructs complex arrangements with as much of a nod to the retro summer of love stylings of Lone as to the new age bounce of the Pender Street Steppers. The piano house stabs of ‘Untitled (Chesney)’ reverberate around chopped breaks and screaming samples, anchored down by bouncy organ bass and FM lead synth which really begs the question: ‘How did LT develop such a rich lexicon of club culture references in such a short time?’ We’d be tempted to believe it was just pure luck, if this mastery of rave aesthetics wasn’t repeated throughout the EP...


Snafubar
After a blistering end to 2016, Rhythm Section INTL begins its 2017 schedule with a second outing from local Peckham duo FYI Chris.
Midnight In Peckham EP
Rhythm Section International proudly presents it’s 8th offering from local boys
Chaos in the CBD
. Born in New Zealand, but based in Peckham for the last few years (literally just around the corner from Henry Wu and Bradley Zero), these brothers have made a real mark on the scene here in London town and with their latest set of productions are set to take this message further afield.
Elevate
30/70 is, at its core, a quintet made up of Allysha, Ziggy, Henry, Thhomas & Jarrod that swells up to an 11 piece ensemble as and when the music calls for it. The sound of 30/70 is a cosmic mélange of boom-bap dynamics, neo-soul harmonies and jazz-funk licks, all steeped in a deep spiritual tradition reaching from Alice Coltrane to Kamasi Washington.
Good Morning Peckham
After a string of well received releases on the likes of 22a and Alexander Nut’s Hotep, Henry Wu steps forth with his most bold statement to date with ‘Good Morning Peckham’ on the Rhythm Section International Imprint.
Rye Lane Volume II & III
Al Dobson Jr. returns to Rhythm Section International with his debut full length LP. Spread over 28 tracks and clocking in at just under one hour, this body of work provides a glimpse into the mind of one of the UK’s most talented, enigmatic producers.
Technician
After the success of the Henry Wu & Chaos in the CBD releases, Rhythm Section International present their 9th offering, from Mancunian newcomer 'Contours’.
Rhythm Section w/ Bradley Zero
Rhythm Section w/ Bradley Zero
Rye Lane Volume One
Elliptical funkiness and nimble calypso grooves bob and weave through the melodic, soft-tone jazz stylings, all underpinned by a steady bump.
Rye Lane Versions
Eschewing the typical notions of a remix package, Rhythm Section International offers up 2 new tracks that didn’t appear on Rye Lane volume one, accompanied by 2 strikingly imaginative remixes.
Polite Strangers
The record oozes jazz, lush orchestral experiments and downbeat, Detroit flavour house spread across 4 tracks of sun soaked productions from Melbourne Newcomer Prequel, who makes his debut on this hotly tipped Peckham Label.
Feelings
Occupying the grey area between house, dub and techno, the EP also doffs it’s cap to the sound of the Canadian Riviera, a la Mood Hut, while paying respects to the pioneering studio work of King Tubby and Rhythm & Sound.
Back In The Millenium
The EP was born after a rather hazy late night listening session at Rhythm Section HQ, where bossman Bradley Zero was instantly beguiled by the Duo’s hypnotic and rhythmically complex arrangements.
This Place
"This Place EP is the product of an ensuing cross-continental relationship and offers a fleshed out introduction to the Sydney four-piece’s sound with three immersive, sprawling tracks."
Sacrifice
Another VERY serious record, from an impossibly fertile Melbourne scene that is quickly becoming the envy of the world.

Well Well
A versatile EP spanning over 5 tracks, Well Well is a house­tinged, jazzy affair ­ rich in soulful vocals, summery chords and live percussion.
Hidden Spheres Hidden Spheres — ‘Well Well’ Video
Rhythm Section w/ Bradley Zero
Rhythm Section w/ Bradley Zero
Rhythm Section w/ Bradley Zero
Rhythm Section w/ Bradley Zero