Rhythm Scholar applies his respectful-yet-expansive remix techniques to one of The Beatles’ heaviest grooves, “Come Together.”
Tamara Wellons’ new single “Behind the Veil” is as uplifting as it is musically sophisticated, and the video treatment really shows the warmth of her personality.
Andreas Dorau’s “Fred Vom Jupiter” is my current ear worm. Give this a listen and you may find yourself unknowingly humming it as you go about your day.
This song of the day has piano and groove that is pure bliss while creating a head nodding state of mind.
I love a good 90’s hip-hop throwback. This time, Arrested Development’s “People Everyday” gets the remix treatment from Chicago’s Altered Tapes.
This song by Northern Ireland’s Undertones is perfect power pop: short, powerful, and poppy. “Cousin” was released in 1980 and went to number nine on the UK pop charts that year.
North London producers Kye “Foamo” Gibbon and Matt “RackNRuin” Robson-Scott, better known as Gorgon City, started things off hot with their hit single, “Ready For Love” featuring MNEK. After months of releases and remixes, their debut LP, Sirens is finally out. “Here For You” is another standout.
Here’s a slice of psychedelic funk from the Funkadelic’s 1976 release Tales of Kidd Funk album.
Samuel Jonathan Johnson brings the funk with this in-the-pocket classic, “Sweet Love,” off his one and only album entitled My Music.
Louisa ‘Markswoman’ Mark was a romantic reggae singer. Her debut album, Breakout, is a landmark in the history of British reggae music.