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.
Museum of Love is a New York band featuring former LCD Soundsystem drummer Pat Mahoney and Dennis McNany. Their sound is described as Indie Dance/Nu Disco/Punk Funk, and this featured song is their second single, Monotronic
“Snow in Newark” is a minor key ode to loneliness from Canadian-based future bass producer Ryan Hemsworth from his third full length, Alone For The First Time, the first on his own imprint, Secret Songs.
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).
Canny, Celina and Lucy were Golden. They covered Pulp.
Like all his production work, Scientific’s “Never Really Mattered,” is deep and mesmerizing.
The British balladeer and frequent Disclosure collaborator, Sam Smith has called upon Hill’s Garage expertise for a remix of his latest upcoming single, “Like I Can”
Gazelle Twin does a fantastic job of adhering to the original, “The Eternal” during this 2011 cover
This collab between the dudes Ash Reynolds and Cloak Dagger is really on point, I love the late night disco boogie feel of “Love You Better.”
Les Sins “Why” Ft. Nate Salman is a catchy, solid and timeless track.