Awesome slow jam from the oddly named Beerlover, I love the way he teases the vocal bits and groove. His music usually leans towards the French Disco style, but this slower style is what I really love.
Casual Connection takes on Kashif’s kinda corny “Stone Love” and flips it into something that is actually funky.
Marcos Kostenbader Valle’s best selling record was the 1982 song, “Estrelar,” a boogie dance track marketed as “workout music” upon it’s release.
Mr. Moustache really comes alive on this track, “Breakfast of Champions.” I love his keys and groove that he builds.
Psychemagik’s remix of Blamma! Blamma!’s slo-mo nu-disco gem, “Zsa Zsa” is a stylish guitar and synth bed, ensuring us (at least for its seven minute length) that the future is a warm and welcoming place.
Little Feat, fronted by former Frank Zappa protege Lowell George, was one of the most admired bands in the ’70s.
Harrison is a Future Funk producer from Chicago who just dropped “Adventure Timeless (Still Wet),” a disco boogie re-edit that he as warped and freaked into a nice little jam.
William DeVaughn’s song “Be Thankful for what you got” dropped in 1974 and blew up on the gospel stations at the time and slowly gained the #4 spot on the R&B Billboard chart. He had written the song and paid for it to be recorded with his own hard earned cash, knowing that this song […]
Every time I play Sander Mölder’s “In Your Eyes,” someone comes up and asks me for the title.
DJ D-Mac & DJ Rusty B. are united after a long absence, dropping funk bombs at Dodge City. Ghetto funk, boogie, and bass all night long!