Hiatus Kaiyote have returned after a whirlwind couple of years with “Breathing Underwater,” a lush, swirling, angular jaunt through shifting time signatures and serious musical chops.
“Run Around” by Mop Mop featuring Fred Wesley on trombone & lyrics by Anthony Joseph is a strong contender to enter the top three most famous songs about getting the run around.
Potomac Point Winery was the ideal setting for Renae & JC’s autumn wedding celebration. With Neville C. behind the decks, the dance floor was rocking ’til the very end.
Mark Murphy, originally from Syracuse has been recording since 1955 and is still active today. He can sing a song you’ve heard a million versions of and totally make it his own. Here’s his swinging twist on a holiday classic, “My Favorite Things.”
Ramsey Lewis’ “Les Fleur” is pure 60’s psychedelia fused with jazz on an orchestral scale.
Chicago-based production duo Altered Tapes deliver a fresh bossa nova take on The Pharcyde’s hip-hop classic “Runnin’.”
With this tune Brass Construction perhaps laid down the greatest side of disco dance floor funk of all time.
Samuel Jonathan Johnson brings the funk with this in-the-pocket classic, “Sweet Love,” off his one and only album entitled My Music.