Qdup returns with the 21st volume of the Fort Knox Recordings Monthly Funk The World Cloudcast. Free download!
DJ D-Mac is returning to the Den of Thieves this Saturday night with Eric Hilton. Gonna dust off the funky 45 box and spin some real vinyl!
“Bizness” by the tUnE-yArDs gives me the excitement of hearing new sounds. One of the most amazing things about this music is that it’s largely made by just one person, Merrill Garbus.
Digging through the mix archives, I unearthed and edited this early evening segment of a live set from summer 2012.
Here’s a holiday treat! Video artist &/OR [re]added the visuals to The Bird Peterson Holiday Spectacular, a Dilla-like production using music from vintage animated TV specials.
In the hands of The Reflex, the tropical pop-swing of Kid Creole and the Coconuts is transformed into a latin-flavored disco boogie gem.
UK-based DJ/producer Jeremy Duffy—aka Duff Disco—has been producing tasteful re-edits, bootlegs, and original deep disco tracks for a hot minute. He’s giving away the original track “81,” a gorgeous slow-motion groover.
Fort Knox Recordings presents a night of live funk, breaks, reggae, and future go-go tomorrow at Montserrat House, featuring All Good Funk Alliance and Nappy Riddem!
Marking the recent launch of the Prime Numbers web site and store, today’s Song of the Day comes via Prime Numbers label founder Trus’me. “In The Red,” the title track from Trus’me’s 2009 full-length album, gets reworked into a minimalist house groove, all bottomless bass and subtle atmospherics.
Hey, if Billboard can unashamedly repurpose content, then so can we!
Time to roll down the car windows, fire up the grill, re-up the sunblock, and get into all kinds of summer tunes. Our personal best-of-summer list runs the gamut from cool to hot, easy-listening to classic pop-punk.