Qdup—the production/DJ moniker of our own Jayclue— returns with a funky collection of tunes featuring some amazing vocalists from Austin, Texas.
With a bit of moombahton chug and a whole lot of twerk, Skullee delivers a club banger of a remix with his bootleg of Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg’s “The Next Episode.” Free download!
Father Funk murders it with “Sunshine,” and it’s a free download.
The quintessential soul survivor Bobby Womack gets a nice, thumping tribute from a-list dance floor funk producer Jayl Funk.
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.
Lately I’ve been digging the sampledelic electro-soul of Ageless. All vintage soul samples, heavy ghetto funk-style beats, and glitchy bass.
Download: Qdup & AGFA remix Afrika Bambaataa “We Funk This Party Out [feat. Grandmaster Flash, Mele Mel & Kurtis Blow]“
Afrika Bambaataa “We Funk This Party Out [feat. Grandmaster Flash, Mele Mel & Kurtis Blow]” gets the remix treatment from Qdup & All Good Funk Alliance.
DJ D-Mac & DJ Stereo Faith spin heavy grooves at Little Miss Whiskey’s Golden Dollar this Friday.
Ghetto Funk stars B-Side and WBBL apply the heavy bass treatment to Daft Punk’s “Lose Yourself to Dance,” giving Pharrell William’s vocal a thick bottom end to float over. Dope!
DJ D-Mac & DJ Rusty B. are united after a long absence, dropping funk bombs at Dodge City. Ghetto funk, boogie, and bass all night long!