Sunday, April 17, 2016

Electric eclectic

Scratching, electro sound, intense bass and cool chord.



Loveless Distraction created an original tune three years ago, blending all of the above together and offering it with a free download.

Works for me.

track's info: 
Loveless Distraction - Stonehenge
2013

Sunday, April 10, 2016

With a little bit of soul

Calvin Arnold's working hard to satisfy his woman.


Good job.

track's info:
Calvin Arnold - Satisfy my woman
IX Chains Records 1975

Sunday, April 03, 2016

Checklist

Playful piano, check.
Groovy beat, check.
Nice put together vocals, check.
Great bass, check.
French touch, check.



Now try to keep the volume down.
Not possible.

track's info: 
FKJ - Instant Need
Time for a change EP
Roche Musique 2013

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Smurfy

Bigger days, lovelier nights. And this on.



Thomas Prime and Awon in my kinda hip-hop, in which I just adore the "smurf" tryin' to sneak in.

Check out the whole album here

track's info:
Thomas Prime feat. Awon - Believe in Us 
Love Supersedes II Deluxe Edition
Cult Classic Records 2013

Sunday, March 20, 2016

The subject is maggots

What happens when you dig a tune, but you are opposed to the attitude and mentality it comes along with?


I loved Gil Scott Heron's work through the years, but never appreciated -among other stuff- his homophobic poem-song "The subject was faggots" that is being used in Leon Revol's tune right here -and to tell you the truth, it kind of always oppressed my love for his talent and music, cause I like to admire a person and an artist as a whole, not just for a part of his personality that is expressed as a certain kind of talent.

But this tune has that something that lets spring in and leaves you with an old skool touch. So leavin' the "faggot" thing aside, I'm keepin' the tune and pretend it talks about maggots going to a ball.

track's info:
Leon Revol - The Subject
Kolour Recordings 2016


Sunday, March 13, 2016

When Joey met George

One of my beloved producers from the past, Joey Negro, had this take on George Benson's "Love will come again". A house legend meets a musical genius and for about 7,5 minutes, nothing else matters.



There's certainly a good, inspiring, solid base, but you can feel Joey Negro's intense touch throughout. And the bass... Oh, that bass!

I think I'll make this a Joey Negro and the Sunburst Band day.

track's info: 
Geroge Benson - Love will come again (Joey Negro edit)
2014

Sunday, March 06, 2016

Power

Spring time with a groovy sound attached to a powerful beat by KS French.



KS French wins the groovy game every freaking time. Thumbs up.

track's info: 
KS French - Mr. Sweetness
Rawsoul Edits Vol.3
FKR 2016
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