Most folks that follow dance music these days probably recognize the bass riff and synth line from “What I Like” by Anthony and the Camp. But the OG is where it is at for me.
Boss UK bass music by the Owiny Sigoma Band on Gilles Peterson‘s Brownswood Recordings label.
I may be a wee bit obsessed with KING. After melting in adoration over their recent single, I had to revisit it in Vibe Conductor style.
DC launched Tittsworth but now he’s an international dance music star. He veers in a different direction from his varied palette of big room party bangers to a tune that does just what the title says.
Some nasty Italian acid jazz funk for you. “Say It Again” borrows heavily from the gut funk of “Good Good Feeling” by War and lays it on with vocals by none other than CeCe Rogers, psychedelic guitar riffs and live instrumentation that keeps it loose and oh so funky.
Standout track from Mister Saturday Night’s Brothers and Sisters compilation, General Ludd’s “C” slowly builds to its inevitable tribal conclusion.
21 year old Chicago rapper, Vic Mensa, part of the 2014 XXL freshman class, released the video for his upcoming single, “Down On My Luck” over a month ago, and surprisingly it has a heavy UK garage deep house vibe.
Disclosure transform the hip-hop/soul production of Pharrell’s “Frontin'” with their signature dubby garage sound, and 2003 gets updated for 2014 via 1990.
As a thank you gift for DJing a friends birthday she offered to host a dinner for me at her house. The only thing she wanted me to bring was music so I threw this mix together and we eat and laughed and generally had a great time. The name of the mix says it all!
One of the highlights of the Classixx Hanging Garden album was the St. Etienne-esque “A Stranger Love.” LA-based producerSalva takes the indie-dance tune through a very chilled out wringer, but gives the song a more upbeat and stripped down energy.