Having held it down in Bali over the last few years, NuNorthern Soul head honcho, Phil Cooper joined us in the studio for a Sunday guest mix.
Emerging as a label after 16 years spent running events, and with over 100 mixes published as part of their podcast series, NuNorthern Soul presents itself as a purveyor of quality music aimed at the laid-back listener. Whether it aids the post-club experience, provides background to a Sunday slumber or sets out a serene poolside soundtrack, the NuNorthern Soul discography is a plethora of sounds uninhibited by genre, taste or technique.
Label founder, Phat Phil Cooper, joined us in the studio for a chilled out mix of what we can only describe as perfect Sunday selections. Check out our label focus with Phat Phil Cooper from last year below…
Jose Manuel – Lusaka [NuNorthern Soul, 2018]
Latin Quarter – Radio Africa [Arista Records, 1985]
Skinshape – Summer [Beatnik]
Gloria Jay – Know What You Want [Melodies]
Light Of The World – I’m So Happy [Mercury, 1980]
Blair French – Patio Pastel [NuNorthern Soul, 2018]
Letta Mbulu – What’s Wrong With Groovin’ [Jazzman]
Johnny Osbourne – Love Is A Hurting Thing [Power House]
Mellow Madness Band – I See It Coming [Balto Soul Records]
Somayah Khaliq – Brotherman [Aseelah Records, 1983]
Phase 7 – So Good To Be In Love [Aloha Soul, 2017]
Bessie Banks – Don’t You Worry Baby The Best Is Yet To Come
Marcia Hines – Many Rivers To Cross [Friends Records, 1981]