Father's day

Father's day

Jun 14, 2023

Father's Day is fast approaching, and to make sure you don't find yourself without a gift, we've put together a list of ideas! Did you know that Father's Day was originally a religious holiday? The date was set by the Catholic calendar for March 19, six days before the Annunciation. This day was not intended to celebrate dads, but the figure of Joseph.
We're sure you'll enjoy this list, carefully prepared by our team. So, without further ado, here it is:

Dan Deacon, Hustle (Soundtrack from the Netflix movie) - (-20%)

To begin with, we invite you to discover the soundtrack of the touching story of a scout who, after discovering a basketball player with a troubled past, takes on the responsibility of bringing him to the United States without his team's approval. Against all odds, they have one last chance to prove they have what it takes to succeed in the NBA. This hit movie produced by Netflix and co-produced by basketball star LeBron James and starring Adam Sandler is a huge success. The soundtrack, composed by the famous Dan Deacon, is aimed at dads who are basketball fans.

Various Artists, Cream of the Crop 2022 - (-20%)

After more than 20 years of intensive production, the Irie Ites Records label has become one of the major international players in Reggae. Collaborating with the crème de la crème of artists in Jamaica and around the world, the label enjoyed a steady pace of releases in 2022. The program includes legendary artists such as John Holt, Eek A Mouse, Sugar Minott, Linval Thompson, Keith Rowe and more modern artists like Anthony B... A compilation that will delight reggae fans!

Skyzoo, A Dream Deferred - 10th Anniversary - (-50%)

An artist in his own right as well as a songwriter for others, he’s collaborated with a plethora of artists and producers, including the likes of Jill Scott, Just Blaze, Dr. Dre, Tyrese, Wale, Jadakiss, Black Thought, Illmind, John Legend, Raheem Devaughn, Talib Kweli, and Spike Lee, just to name a few. His storytelling has been commended by all walks of literary life, from hip hop royalty to university professors and everyone in between.

Manu Dibango, Afrovision - (-20%)

Afrovision, a classic blend of soul and jazz, kicks off with the bubbly, punchy Big Blow. As if to say "now that you've got what you want, follow me". He follows this up with the surprising, sax-free Streets of Dakar, with its melodic percussion, slide guitar and supple, elastic groove. The album ends with a punchy Afrobeat groove, so don't hesitate, it's available for immediate delivery to all reggae fans!

Russ, Chomp 2 (black edition) - (-20%)

During the 2010s, Russ Vitale - rapper, singer, songwriter and producer - emerged from the Atlanta-area underground with dozens of independent singles and albums, all available for free download.
This mixtape showcases his prolific output, which oscillates between modern hip-hop anthems and R&B ballads, with relaxed melodic hooks as a common element in both modes. A must-have!

Sound Tribe Sector 9, Peaceblaster - (-50%)

Sound Tribe Sector 9 (STS9) is an instrumental band whose sound is based heavily on instrumental rock and electronic music, funk, jazz, drum and bass, psychedelia, and hip hop, originating in Georgia, United States. For all lovers of Breakbeat and Psychedelic music!

Bob Dylan, Vinyl story - (-20%)

By drawing on a timeless repertoire and adding candor, humor and modern poetic imagery, Bob Dylan redefined what an artist could express in song in the early '60s, turning the entire music industry on its head and helping to lay the foundations of modern rock. Much more than a vinyl record, it's also for comic book fans!

Amtrac, Came Along - (-30%)

Amtrac's breakthrough 2011 album, Came Along, celebrates its 10th anniversary in September 2021. To celebrate, Super Music Group is releasing Came Along on vinyl for the very first time ever. Came Along will be issued on a limited edition run of 200 numbered double LPs. To set the pace for your summer!