Qdup—the production/DJ moniker of our own Jayclue— returns with a funky collection of tunes featuring some amazing vocalists from Austin, Texas.
In the hands of Casual Connection, Salt ‘n’ Pepa’s classic jam, “Let’s Talk About Sex” gets beefed-up drums and an extended tease of an intro before that timeless chorus drops (and the hands go in the air).
New Zealand’s ‘4th Most Popular Folk Parody Duo’ Flight of the Conchords’ Wednesday night lovemakin’ funk track, “It’s Business Time,” gets a bouncing ghetto funk rework from WBBL and Father Funk. Aw, yeah.
To celebrate KC’s amazing rotary mixer find, he mixed together some tunes and called it Rotary Connection (not to be confused with the awesome band of the same name).
Toots & the Maytals’ immortal reggae classic “54-46 (That’s My Number)” gets a cavernous dub treatment from the always on-point Leftside Wobble.
Like all his production work, Scientific’s “Never Really Mattered,” is deep and mesmerizing.
Chicago-based production duo Altered Tapes deliver a fresh bossa nova take on The Pharcyde’s hip-hop classic “Runnin’.”
You don’t want to miss this fun blend and the illest beat of the year, Schoolboy Police “Finger Greens.”
All Good Funk Alliance “Pumps and Heels” is a mix of songs that are sure fire hits with the ladies
Rhythm Scholar applies his respectful-yet-expansive remix techniques to one of The Beatles’ heaviest grooves, “Come Together.”