Speqr

Who?

SpeQr Records (pronounced ˈspēkər) • Everything music. All quality independent audio expression • rare/quality sounds • underground/quality artists • analogue • vinyl sellers • an SOUND of THE UNDERGROUND

We blend, signed, unsigned artists, independent labels/causes and analogue attitude. Generally organic stuff. We seek to provide evidence that all music has the vibration to unite the open-minds

Blue Groove Soundz is on SPeQR – Specialising in all types of vinyl, in the London W11 area

Tome Records is on SpeQR, specializing in vinyl and cassette, in the London E8 area

Honest Jons is on SpeQR. Vinyl • funk • soul • jazz • blues • Hip Hop London W10 area

Rough Trade Records Independent purveyors of great music, since 1976 London W11 area. On SpeQR


Gower Records • Vinyl only • New • Second-hand • 70’s • Contemporary Pop • Classic Brazilian, London WC1E. On SreQR


Jelly Records are on SpeQR providing more vinyl, downstairs in the basement of an antique shop – where else? London E5


WhatsApp – Find fresh new MCs on +44 Insta/WhatsApp/whatever


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The Barcodes radio show is on the first Saturday of each month. You will here Funk, Hip Hop, Old School, Electro, all that good stuff. Press the button below to (leave the Qor) for The Barcodes page

DROP By Pharcyde / 1995!


This speaks for itself VIRUS by Deltron



What lyrical, harmonious, symmetry. JAZZ/WE GOT by Tribe


JUST AIN’T GONNA WORK OUT by Mayer Hawthorne

CONCRETE JUNGLE BY Bob Marley and The Wailers


OLDIE by Odd Future/2007 – Simple Genius


Jeff Buckley, So Real, filmed in Brooklyn


Incredible Leroy Gibbons and fam


Dis Generation – Tribe


Imagine experiencing this music mastery at close proximity – Cory Henry on his day off


Darryl McDaniels, (DMC) of RUN DMC at Brixton’s, cHip sHop, LONDON, 2018, performing Peter Piper • Classic, organic Hip Hop


Zero 7’s Tina Dico – HOME


YOU’RE THE ONE THAT I WANT–Olivier Newton-John and (west London’s) Labi Siffre 1978. Who? Click below



WHERE I’M FROM by Digable Planets – 1993


Amy at just twenty-years-old–already expressing that incredible, old soul– 2003


Ché Aimee Dorval – Fading Kind


RIGAMORTIS by Kendrick Lamar


Jimi, just doing Jimi


FIND A WAY by A Tribe Called Quest /1998


Jazz for grown people. Jukka Eskola, incredible


THANK YOU by Sly Stone – airtight drumming


UMAN – by Kokoroko. Beautifully reminiscent of Fela, don’t you think


RU by Athletic Mic League


Miriam Makeba – Rare German performance/1966


An incredibly difficult piece of classical tradition, performed on steel drums – 20th Century Steel Band Orchestra, VOICES OF SPRING.


HOME AGAIN by Michael Kiwanuka. For folk that like Folk



Jabbawockeez, Kevin Brewer (choreographer) up third. Probably one of the best moments of dance ever


Kismet – Bond


Dave Brubeck – TAKE FIVE


If you understand freedom, you’ll understand it’s all Jazz anyway. Al Jarreau’s incredible version of TAKE FIVE


CHUM by Earl Sweatshirt – Lyrics true to the form


Oxgam – Miriam Makeba


ALRIGHT, live by Jordon Rakei


Aurora – Teardrop


One of the rare times a cover is as good as the original, questionably better – Herbie Hancock, John Legend and Pink



WHAT YOU WON’T DO FOR LOVE by Bobby Caldwell


ON AND ON by Erykah Badu


VIRTUAL INSANITY by Jamiroquai


COLORS by Black Pumas – Just, wow.



An incredible piece of choreography on MacArthur and 90th (Oakland)


STRONGER THAN EVER by Raleigh Ritchie


If you’re a DJ you should know this one, otherwise – HEAVEN & HELL by The 20th Century Steel Band Orchestra.


Honouring words, Larry from Les Twins with another piece of abstract choreography

This is an abstract and rare performance from Jude, who you may have thought was a woman. Excuse the camera person


It Runs Through Me – Tom Misch featuring De Le Soul, pretty digable


TWICE by Little Dragon


David Gray – The other Side