Toots & the Maytals’ immortal reggae classic “54-46 (That’s My Number)” gets a cavernous dub treatment from the always on-point Leftside Wobble.
Cousin Cole’s reggae-fied “Happy” remix is the official antidote for Pharrell phatigue.
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.
“I’m Your Puppet” is Dandy Livingstone’s cover of the James & Bobby Purify song and is rocksteady for the ages.
What is Dubstep anyway?
Atticus schools us.
Ten years and twelve albums into his career, Will Holland aka Quantic shows no sign of stopping. This new double-disc retrospective highlights his amazingly varied music released under a number of studio projects.
I gotta give some much-deserved respect to an artist buried in tonight’s Warehouse line-up: Manchester-based Trus’me, producer of late-night, jazzed-up, dubbed-out Detroit-styled house and disco.
Listen to a 5-minute teaser blend of tracks from the new Thievery Corporation album, Culture of Fear.
Yeah, its been a while. Here are a few recent purchases I’ve been feeling good about. 1. Mr. Scruff – Music Takes Me Up (feat. Alice Russell) [Ninja Tuna] Nicely chugging hip-hop soul–complete with grooving organ–featuring Ms. Russell on lead vocals. 2. Quantic & His Combo Barbaro – Linda Morena [Tru Thoughts] Lead single off the absolutely […]
Middle of August and folks are saying summer is winding down. I disagree. Summer holds on in the nation’s capitol ’til October sometimes… 1. Phantom Slasher – Nicoteen [Noid] The Idjut Boys throw on another pseudonym and turn out another stellar re-edit. This time its the Italo-disco of Five Sinners’ Magic. Nice boogie groove here. 2. Aldo […]