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.
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!
Qdup returns with the 21st volume of the Fort Knox Recordings Monthly Funk The World Cloudcast. Free download!
You know that Weeknd song with the really catchy hook that came out last year? They sampled “Precious Little Diamond” by Fox the Fox.
Brooklyn’s Bembe has been one of the best places for DJ Meistro and me to play over the past year as The Sol Power All-Stars. Here’s an hour long slice of Sol Power getting busy. Free download!
The Allergies have returned with another scorcher of a tune, “Special People.” Sounding something like a turbo-charged O’Jays, this is an absolute monster of a dance floor track.
Jayclue—aka Qdup Foundation—has just unleashed his own re-rub of Brass Construction’s 1982 hit, “Can You See the Light” as a free download.
DC Metro local Lindsay Lowend has a really cool sound and “Sass Mouth” is a great example of it.
Little Feat, fronted by former Frank Zappa protege Lowell George, was one of the most admired bands in the ’70s.
“Copycat’s Heavy Hitting Remix” of The JB’s draws admitted inspiration from Public Enemy’s Bomb Squad, but with enough filter and tweaks to let you know this is 2014, not 1989. Get at it.