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Martha High teams up with mighty Japanese Osaka Monaural to pay homage to JB’s Funky Divas
Monday, November 13th, 2017 | Tags: , ,
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Original Funky Diva Martha High has been an integral part of James Brown’s life and career for more than 30 years. She was his backing vocalist, hair stylist, payroll master and his always loyal and reliable confidant. The idea for this project was hatched back in 2014, when Martha was visiting producer DJ Pari, head […]

Timothy McNealy – Funky Movement
Monday, October 30th, 2017 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Timothy McNealy – Funky Movement

Image: 1616400 Funk aus Texas gehört zu den meist geschätzten Stilen des Genres. Es ist eine einzigartige Mischung aus Jazz, Blues, R&B und von James Brown beeinflusster Synkopierung, die sich in Städten wie Houston (Kashmere Stage Band), San Antonio (Mickey and the Soul Generation), Austin (James Polk and the Brothers) oder Dallas entwickelte. In Dallas entstanden eine Reihe von Labels , unter anderem auch Soultex und Doin Our Thing, aber niemand kreierte einen Lauf an 7″s wie Timothy McNealy mit seinem Shawn Label. Seine Musik wurde jedoch bislang nie auf einem Album versammelt. Nun erscheint auf Eothen “Egon” Alapatts renommierten Now-Again Label endlich eine Sammlung der begehrten Songs. Available from 08.12.2017

Timothy McNealy – Funky Movement (BF RSD)
Tuesday, October 24th, 2017 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Timothy McNealy – Funky Movement (BF RSD)

Image: 1615555 Texas funk music is amongst the highest regarded styles in the genre, a unique
mixture of jazz, blues, R&B and James Brown’s syncopation that evolved in
metropolises like Houston (Kashmere Stage Band), San Antonio (Mickey and the Soul
Generation), Austin (James Polk and the Brothers) and Dallas. Dallas birthed a variety
of independent labels, Soultex and Doin Our Thing amongst them. But no one in
Dallas, Texas or America, created a run of 7” singles like Timothy McNealy did on his
Shawn imprint. When it comes to heavy, funk music, in Dallas – in Texas –
Timothy McNealy is king. This means that when it comes to funk music, in general,
McNealy is hallowed.
Yet McNealy’s music has never been collected as an album, nor reappraised in its
totality. A series of 7” single reissues have come out in the past 15 years, including his
masterpiece “Sagittarius Black,” a psychedelic funk instrumental that has been a
cornerstone in every fan’s rediscovery of the genre for the past 20 years. But this is
the first time that his music is presented in its totality, giving the enlightened fan an
opportunity to hear the breadth and depth of his Funky Movement.
Available from 24.11.2017

“Push On” is the title of the forthcoming sophomore studio album from Funk/Jazz fusion band The Allergies
Friday, July 21st, 2017 | Tags: , ,
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The Allergies’ debut album introduced the world to the way they effortlessly fuse funk, soul, disco, hip-hop and breaks into dancefloor-ready nuggets of ear candy. Taking classic sounds and reshaping for the modern age is the signature that won them plaudits across the globe. Not ones to rest on their laurels, it hasn’t taken long […]

Moniquea – Blackwavefunk
Friday, April 14th, 2017 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Moniquea – Blackwavefunk

Image: 1608906 Moniquea established herself as one of the foremost female artists
in the modern funk scene with her 2014 MoFunk Records debut
album Yes No Maybe. For her followup, she continues exploring and
expanding upon the boogie/modern soul sound of her debut, and at
the same time, ventures bravely into a new sound inspired by the
new wave and synthpop sounds of the 80’s. Thus, the album title:
Blackwavefunk.
Listening to Blackwavefunk feels like sweeping across a spectrum
of sounds and feels. The lead single, “Checkin’ Out,” channels the
‘street funk’ sound that Moniquea’s native California is known for,
while “I Just Don’t Know” slows the pace and mood to offer up one
of the few true downtempo love songs of the genre. “When You Are
Away,” “Make You Feel My Love” (feat. Brian Ellis) and “Why Can’t
You See” offer sleek, sexy modern soul soundscapes while the
Turquoise Summers-produced “Knew It” thumps with a menacing
g-funk bounce. Finally, the wave in Blackwavefunk reveals itself
on the eccentric “Check Your Sources,” an anthem about sordid
speculation and grievous gossip, over a musical backdrop that
sounds like 1999-era Prince and DPG somehow achieved perfect
sonic fusion. The album’s closer, “Famous,” takes it further and gives
a glimpse of what it might sound like if Bernie Worrell played synth
basslines for OMD or Pet Shop Boys.

1. Checkin’ Out
2. Knew It
3. When You Are Away
4. I Just Don’t Know
5. Check Your Sources
6. Make You Feel My Love (feat. Brian Ellis)
7. Why Can’t You See
8. Famous

• Production from XL Middleton and Turquoise Summers
• Featuring Brian Ellis Available from 23.06.2017

The Funky Drive Band – Move Your Feet / Drive Me Crazy (RMX)
Thursday, December 8th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on The Funky Drive Band – Move Your Feet / Drive Me Crazy (RMX)

Amadeo’s collaboration, Blowfly, Funkmaster ozone, Grandmaster Dee Nasty ( french zulu nation former ), record shop owner, dj and Radio Host on the “”groove blaster show”” on 93.9Fm (Paris) , creator of the Atomik Funk Fest The funky drive band , Big …

Various – Extra Added Soul: Crossover, Modern And Funky Soul
Friday, September 2nd, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Various – Extra Added Soul: Crossover, Modern And Funky Soul

Image: 1605822 Es gibt viel Verwirrung rund um die Modern Soul-Szene. Als ein Ableger des Northern Soul mischte es ursprünglich neue Independent-Soul Releases mit Post-Late-60s Soul, der nicht zur Northern Soul Szene passte. Die Leute feierten großartige Platten, aber es war Mitte der Achtziger und nun scheint es ungewöhnlich Jahrzehnte später den Sound noch als Modern Soul zu bezeichnen, aber der Name blieb haften. Diese Compilation schweift innerhalb dieses Widerspruchs aus, Boogie von Donnell Pittman wird 2-Step-Klassikern von Elvin Bishop oder El Anthony aus Chicago an die Seite gestellt. Tanzbarer Sweet-Soul von Dyson’s Faces trifft auf die Gil Scott Heron-artigen Rock. Sogar ein Touch von Prince ist mit 94 East und Cosmic Soul mit Karriems superrraem “I Love You” vertreten. Die Compilation erscheint als eine von dreien, die ein Auge auf die afro-amerikanische Musikgeschichte durch die Brille der englischen Club-Kultur wirft. Zusammengestellt wurden sie vom DJ und ausgezeichneten Komplilierer Dean Rudland. Das beeindruckende Artwork stammt von seinen langjährigen Kollaborateuren The Unknown. Available from 14.10.2016

Egyptian Lover / Hotthobo – Modern Funk Fest 2016
Monday, June 20th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Egyptian Lover / Hotthobo – Modern Funk Fest 2016

Image: 1604747 Modern Funk Fest was started in 2014 by one of the genre’s brightest
stars, Brian Ellis, in his native San Diego. It then moved northward to
LA, then to SF, back down to SD, and just had its fifth installment in
Los Angeles at the Echo on May 13th, 2016. Here, we bring you an
exclusive limited edition mixtape featuring the legendary Egyptian
Lover (Egyptian Empire/Stones Throw) and Hotthobo (Voltaire
Records/Hobo Camp).
Egypt’s Mix includes classic music from Egypt himself, Midnight Star,
Kraftwerk, Prince, and many more, as well as original Vocoder and
Vocal Performances and a Synth Solo from XL Middleton.Hotthobo’s
Mix features brand spanking new and mostly unreleased modern
funk jams. Available from 15.07.2016

Poets Of Rhythm / Wallace Brothers – Funk Monsters Vol.1
Thursday, May 5th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Poets Of Rhythm / Wallace Brothers – Funk Monsters Vol.1

A side Poets Of Rhythm funk monster taken from the Practice What You Preach album from 1993 and has never seen light of day as a 45 in it’s own right until now. On the flip the holy grail funk track from Wallace brothers gets an official reissue and s…

Funkadelic, Soulclap & Brian Ellis Reflection – New Directions in Funk: Peep This / Slow Motion
Thursday, December 17th, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Funkadelic, Soulclap & Brian Ellis Reflection – New Directions in Funk: Peep This / Slow Motion

Image: 1601343 You know Soul Clap likes it funky, so of course we’ve been digging all the new funk music coming out recently. This interest motivated us in compiling “Tempo Dreams Volume 3” for Bastard Jazz Records. In doing so we were able to gather so many amazing songs that they didn’t all fit on the compilation. Now using this inspiration as an invitation to start a new series on Soul Clap Records we’re excited to introduce NEW DIRECTIONS IN FUNK.

NEW DIRECTIONS IN FUNK is a colored 7″ vinyl only series that features future funk from Soul Clap and our freaky friends from around the world. Inspired by labels we love like Cherries, Voltaire, PPU, Hot Shot & Omega Supreme, NEW DIRECTIONS IN FUNK pushes the boundaries of what funk music can be, while always paying homage to the roots.

First in the series is a double A sider (aka music so hot we can’t choose!). On the A side is “Peep This”, a track we did with George Clinton/Funkadelic which features Crew Love members Nick Monaco and Greg Paulus along with G Koop!And do you remember “So Fine”, the Paradise Garage classic by Howard Johnson? Well he’s featured on the B side’s “Slow Motion”, a collaboration with Bay Area innovator Brian Ellis’ Reflection project!

Tracklisting
1. Funkadelic & Soulclap – Peep This
2. Brian Ellis Reflection – Slow Motion (feat. Howard Johnson) Available from 15.01.2016

Universal Love / Mad Dog Fire Department – Moon Ride / Cosmic Funk
Saturday, April 18th, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Universal Love / Mad Dog Fire Department – Moon Ride / Cosmic Funk

Image: 1596679 TK Disco come up trumps yet again with 2 absolutely solid, killer pieces of Disco Funk for the heads! The Miami label has long had a cult following & found fame with Disco aficionado’s the world over & it’s easy to see why. Their back catalog is peppered with rarities & classics including the 2 cuts featured here.

Taking up the A-side is the super rare “Moon Ride” from obscure group Universal Love, an epic, storming slice of get-down Disco Soul, a real burner of a track.. drenched in Jazzy vibes & deep harmonies laced in soaring synth swells & strings, underground Disco at it’s best & a real tough to catch on original 12″ with copies fetching collectors prices on-line!

Over on the B-side we have the Mad Dog Fire Department’s appropriately named “Cosmic Funk”, a track that has shown up in the playlists of everyone from David Mancuso to Daniele Baldelli & beyond! A stomping, grooving jam laced with the FUNK. Serious business indeed, & both tracks are now available on one 12″!

All tracks featured have been carefully selected from TK Disco’s deep vaults, re-mastered, re-pressed & made available again for 2015 with the permission of TK Disco’s very own Joe Stone, Miami FL, USA. %100 official!

TRACK LISTING

A1. Universal Love – Moon Ride
B1. Mad Dog Fire Department – Cosmic Funk Available from 08.05.2015

PulpFusion & Morris Chestnut – Funk Never Sleeps EP
Thursday, January 15th, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on PulpFusion & Morris Chestnut – Funk Never Sleeps EP

Image: 1594736 Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is pleased to finally welcome to the label a true veteran in the funky breaks scene: Mr PulpFusion with the huge 12″ vinyl release Funk Never Sleeps. Straight out of Switzerland, PulpFusion has been producing funky jams since the early days of nu funk, and this time around he has brought a true dream team of remixers for this enormous 7-track EP. On the flip side he has teamed up with another skilled funk producer Morris Chestnuts from Bristol as well as Producer and Rapper Imagine This from New Zealand to help complete this funk fest of a release.

PulpFusion has countless albums and EPs under his belt and done remixes for Ed Royal and Mr Bird & Tal M Klein as well as running the successful label Big Balls Records. He has a unique sound that has strong roots in electric psychedelic funk mixed with beats and breaks.

The remix duties are in good hand with all experts within their fields starting with DJ Maars from down under, who is true master in skanky reggae mash-ups – Mr. Rory Hoy who is skillfully keeping alive the sounds of the big beat era and finally a true BBP all-star Jayl Funk who specializes in anything funky for the dancefloor.

Breakbeat Paradise Recordings is proud to start off another year with another extremely funky release to keep pushin’ the sounds of funky beats and breaks even further.

Tracklisting
1. The Beat Inside My Soul (Original Mix)
2. The Beat Inside My Soul (DJ Maars Remix)
3. The Beat Inside My Soul (Rory Hoy Remix)
4. Funk Never Sleeps (Original Mix) [feat. Morris Chestnut & Lorenzo Medici]
5. Funk Never Sleeps (Jayl Funk Remix) [feat. Morris Chestnut
6. Beat The Clock (feat. Imagine This)
7. Feelin’ The Blues (feat. Morris Chestnut) Available from 30.01.2015

Zackey Force Funk – Money Green Viper
Friday, June 20th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Zackey Force Funk – Money Green Viper

Image: 1589993 Green vinyl edition of the new album by Zackey Force Funk (previously appearing in the hit+run 777 series.) Huge tip!!
“Zackey Force Funk was born into this wild world in Tucson, AZ in 1974. In and out of prison since the age of 17, ZFF began producing on pirated software his brother gave to him once he had given up a life crime to focus on writing tunes and raising his family.

First discovered by Kutmah back in the golden era of Myspace, Zackey’s signature “Force Funk Sound” swiftly grabbed the attention of a number of formidable producers. Collaborations followed shortly after with the likes of Salva, Lazer Sword, Lorn, Baron Zen, Daedelus and B. Bravo, as well as forming the group Demon Queen with Tobacco. As these tunes were scattered across various labels, finding their homes on their respective collaborator’s projects, ZFF continued to hone his style, delving deeper into the psychedelic future funk realm of which he has created for himself. The fruits of his discipline all add up to his forthcoming debut LP entitled ‘Money Green Viper”, to be released in July of 2014 on LA based collective Hit+Run.

‘Money Green Viper’ plays as a scrapbook of late night joyrides, fast women, demonic visions, real rap rituals and the ever-present pursuit of infinite paper. All of these tales are woven over dust ridden, boogie and funk influenced beats with Zacky’s beautifully haunting vocal stylings as our tour guide. Productions are laced from an appropriate cast of sound architects from across the globe, including Max Kane and Teeko, XL Middleton, Jellphonic, Cupp Cave, Tom Noble, Mike Gao, and of course ZFF himself. Having recently transplanted from Tucson to LA, it seems only natural for the year of the Force Funk Sound to be upon us. ‘Money Green Viper’ serves as the initial full length transmission of a fantastical mind that has many more stories to tell. We await the dark doctrine with open eyes, ears and hearts.”

1. Glass Tear Groove // (Produced by Inkswel)
2. Press Play // (Produced by XL Middleton & Eddy Funkster)
3. Cocaine Lady // (Produced by Tom Noble)
4. Where Buffalo Roam – feat. Reggie Blount // (Produced by Reggie Blount)
5. Yo Bael // (Produced by Mike Gao)
6. Dream Shine Cola // (Produced by Cupp Cave)
7. Montego Bay // (Produced by Zackey Force Funk)
8. A$$$low // (Produced by Cupp Cave)
9. Zackey Can’t Rap // (Produced by Zackey Force Funk)
10. Out My Mind – feat. Teeko // (Produced by Max Kane)
11. Gunny Peace // (Produced by Josh Jetson)
12. Roch // (Produced by Roch)
13. Write Her Name // (Produced by Jellphonic)
14. Fuck Your Fire // (Produced by Zackey Force Funk)
15. Suicide (Produced by Zackey Force Funk) Available from 30.05.2014

Cosmology & Enea / Sight Unseen – The Funky 2.3 / Expressions
Sunday, February 9th, 2014 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Cosmology & Enea / Sight Unseen – The Funky 2.3 / Expressions

Image: 1587148 (A1) Cosmology & Enea – The Funky 2.3

The Oxford / Freiburg partnership Cosmology & Enea deliver their debut co-lab and it’s a stunning statement of intent. The immaculate drum work ignites the groove but it’s the evangelistic piano hook that will really get heads turning and spines shuddering!

(B1) Sight Unseen – Expressions

The Mysterious Sight Unseen develops further momentum with this dynamic roller. Progressive in nature, muscular in tone, the balance between dreaminess and deadliness is kept in check with precision production on every element. Available from 20.01.2014

Del The Funky Homosapien – I Wish My Brother George Was Here
Thursday, November 28th, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Del The Funky Homosapien – I Wish My Brother George Was Here

Image: 87900 prod.by Del, Ice Cube & DJ PIn the early 90s hip hop took a turn and gangsta-style rap dominated, making waves off
the West Coast that rattled throughout the world. The East Coast’s dominance was
descending despite the success and positivity of Native Tongues acts like De La Soul
and A Tribe Called Quest, who favored thought-provoking humor and cleverness over
gangsta rap’s grittiness and grim outlook. It was in this landscape that Oakland, CA’s
Del The Funky Homosapien emerged in 1991, with his debut release
I Wish My Brother George Was Here.
Cribbing equally from the East Coast’s irreverence and wit, and the West Coast’s
P-Funk inspired production, (the album was produced by Del’s cousin Ice Cube) Del’s
debut has rightly been heralded as a benchmark album for underground hip hop.
I Wish My Brother George Was Here not only produced the underground classics “Dr. Bombay” and “Mistadobalina”
(#9 on the 1992 Hot Rap Tracks Charts), but also set the scene for the success of the other less gangsta West Coast
artists like The Pharcyde, Digable Planets, and of course Del’s compatriots in Souls of Mischief. Above all else, Del is
credited with injecting some much needed light-heartedness at a moment when it was truly needed.
Since his debut Del has gone on to work alongside Gorillaz, Wu-Tang Clan, El-P, Handsome Boy Modeling School, and
as a member of the acclaimed hip-hop supergroup Deltron 3030, and even with Dinosaur Jr.
Traffic Entertainment now presents I Wish My Brother George Was Here as a special double LP reissue, featuring the
original artwork, and all of The Funky Homosapien’s witty and innovative rhymes intact.

SIDE ONE
What Is A Booty
Mistadobalina
The Wacky World Of
Rapid Transit

SIDE TWO
Pissin’ On Your Steps
Dark Skin Girls
Money For Sex
Ahonetwo, Ahonetwo

SIDE THREE
Prelude
Dr. Bombay
Sunny Meadowz
Sleepin’ On My Couch

SIDE FOUR
Hoodz Come In Dozens
Same Ol’ Thing
Ya Lil’ Crumbsnatchersooh / incl. “Sleeping On My Couch”, “Mistadobalina” & “Dr.Bombay”/ official repress on double vinyl ! Available from 26.05.2017

Del The Funky Homosapien – No Need For Alarm
Thursday, September 5th, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Del The Funky Homosapien – No Need For Alarm

Image: 1581791 Nachdem Del The Funky Homosapien 1991 sein Debütalbum mit dem Hit “Mistadobalina” unter Regie seines Cousins Ice Cube und des renommierten Westcoast Produzenten DJ Pooh (King Tee / Alkaholiks) veröffentlicht hatte, trennten sich die Wege und Del vertraute ganz auf die Fähigkeiten seiner Hieroglyphics Crew. So stammen die Produktionen hier von Del selbst sowie von A-Plus (Souls Of Mischief), Casual, Domino, Jay Biz, Snupe (Extra Prolific) und dem Team um A&R Dante Ross, den SD50’s. Nun wird das 1993er Album “No Need For Alarm” offiziell wiederveröffentlicht. Available from 16.08.2013

Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou – The Skeletal Essences Of Afro Funk
Thursday, June 27th, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou – The Skeletal Essences Of Afro Funk

Image: 1579803 Take funk, soul, psychedelia and rumba, mix it up with a thick dose of heavy local rhythms and throw everything in a Benin grinder. The brew is then mixed up with hypnotic Farfisa solos, gritty guitar riffs, distorted bass lines, warm horns and the result, of exorcizing proportion, will lead to frenetic body movements. Some people bang their heads, others jerk their feet or feel an urgent need to get up and start shaking their hips. One thing is common, though, to everyone who submits their ears to a spinning record by the mighty Orchestre Poly-Rythmo de Cotonou: you simply can’t stand still. And this new compilation is proof of that – here are 14 funky tracks by the legendary ensemble from Benin that has been deemed as “West-Africa’s best kept secret,” or as the “The D.N.A. of voodoo groove”.??Following two previous Poly-Rythmo collections released by multiple award winner label Analog Africa – “The Vodoun Effect” (2008) and “Echos Hypnotiques” (2009) – this third compilation is another proof that our ears are facing “One of the Funkiest bands in the world”.?

Starting in 2005, Samy Ben Redjeb, Analog Africa’s founder and compiler, made several trips to Benin, where he dug up most of the orchestra’s output recorded between 1969 and 1983: hundreds of vinyl records and a few master tapes, in a total of 500 songs! With all that material in hands and the astonishing richness of the group’s meterial, choosing the songs proved to be a tough task. Therefore, it seems only natural that it has taken a few years for this third volume to come out of Analog Africa´s sonic treasure trove.??The 14 tracks presented here have never been issued outside of Africa and most of them follow the spirit and sound of the first volume, “The Vodoun Effect,” which was a selection of songs released by small and obscure labels from this tiny country which was once known as Dahomey. Some of the songs presented here were recorded using a legendary piece of equipment, a Swiss made Nagra reel-to-reel recorder and one or two microphones, in private houses or open air gardens, mostly at night. And still, it would be somewhat difficult for contemporary musicians and engineers to achieve the stunning quality of raw sound and the atmosphere obtained in these recordings, even if they booked the most modern and expensive studios out there today.??One thing that immediately catches the attention listening to this compilation is the band’s steamroller-like grooves employed by Gustave Bentho, the mythical bass master, and Leopold Yehouessi , the fantastic drummer of the band – for many, Africa´s funkiest rhythm sections. The power lying in these tunes is phenomenal and shows true craftsmanship on both the composition and the production side, “Houton Kan Do Gome”, composed by Bentho, would have made James Brown proud. “Ecoutes ma Melodie” is destined to become a classical late night tune for the many amazing tropical and afro parties taking place around the globe. “Pourquoi Pas?” and “A O O Ida” would be the kind of sound The Meters would have created were they born in Benin. ??
On December 17th, 2012, only a few months before this release, Melome Clement, the man who formed the all-powerful orchestra, passed away victim of a heart attack. ?The “boss,” as the other band members would tenderly call him, will be missed, but not forgotten. The soul of the music he created has permanently engraved itself in the soil of Benin.

Tracklisting:
1. Ne Rien Voir, Dire, Entendre
2. Houzou Houzou Wa
3. Adjro Mi
4. Karateka
5. Akoue We Gni Gan
6. N´Goua
7. Houton Kan Do Gome
8. A O O Ida
9. Vi E Lo
10. Pourquoi Pas?
11.Akue We Non Houme
12. Ai Gabani
13. Ecoutes Ma Melodie
14.Min We Tun So Available from 07.06.2013

Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou – The Skeletal Essences Of Afro Funk
Friday, May 24th, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou – The Skeletal Essences Of Afro Funk

Image: 1579802 Man nehme Funk, Soul, Psychedelia und Rumba, mischt es mit einer dicken Dosis von schweren lokalen Rhythmen und werfe alles in ein Mahlwerk. Das Gebräu wird dann mit hypnotischen Farfisa Soli, dreckigen Gitarrenriffs, verzerrten Basslinien und warmen Hörnern vermischt, und das Ergebnis ist der Sound des Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou. Hier sind 14 funky Tracks des legendären Ensembles aus Benin, die auch als “bestgehütetes Geheimnis West-Afrikas” oder als “DNA des Voodoo Groove” gelten. Nach den zwei früheren Poly-Rythmo Sammlungen – “The Vodoun Effect” (2008) und “Echos Hypnotiques” (2009) – ist “The Skeletal Essences Of Afro Funk” die dritte Compilation auf Analog Africa.
Available from 03.05.2013

Orchestre Poly-Rythmo De Cotonou – The Skeletal Essences Of Afro Funk (Analog Africa)
Monday, May 6th, 2013 | Tags: , ,
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Following two previous Poly-Rythmo collections released by multiple award winner label Analog Africa this third compilation is another proof that our ears are facing “one of the funkiest bands in the world”.

CD AACD073 / 2LP AALP073
Release: 03-05-13
A monstrous batch of deep funk instrumentals by The Soul Investigators
Wednesday, October 31st, 2012 | Tags: , ,
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The Soul Investigators is one of the most dynamic, talented and exciting group that has hit the scene. Many groups on the scene recognize their position as the TOP GROUP. Indicative of this is the fact that The Soul Investigators are regarded as trendsetters, both in music and dress. What The Soul Investigators do, others […]

The new record from SF based band Monophonics sits on the fuzzy psych side of soul and funk
Wednesday, May 16th, 2012 | Tags: , ,
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The new record from San Francisco based band Monophonics entitled “In Your Brain” sits on the fuzzy psych side of soul and funk. Paying homage to innovators such as Sly Stone, Norman Whitfield and Funkedelic’s George Clinton, the 6 piece outfit displays their ability to put a moody stamp on each composition. Touching on everything […]

“Psych-Funk Sa-Re-Ga (1970-83 from India)” covers the golden years of the psych funk movement…
Tuesday, December 28th, 2010 | Tags: ,
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Indian music has become a global musical language but its south Asian roots remain strong, diverse and local. As with our introductory anthology of this kind (Psych Funk 101 – WPFC 101) this anthology covers the “golden years” of the movement, from approximately 1970 until 1983. Much of the music on this compilation springs from […]

“Colours Of Funk Vol.2” – more from the German sound library of Golden Ring & Happy Records 1975-1982 …
Thursday, November 18th, 2010 | Tags: , ,
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Killer funk compilation – next chapter: More highlights from the German music archives of Golden Ring & Happy Records, pulled from the most famous library albums of the catalogue. 17 unreleased signature sounds in a wicked jazz-funk-cosmic-latin-boogie style by Peter Thomas, Klaus Weiss, Juan Demonio, Mladen Franco and others. Stand out tunes for the dancefloor, […]

BRZZVLL play psychedelic jazz and funk with a modern twist …
Thursday, November 4th, 2010 | Tags: , ,
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BRZZVLL (pronounced Brazzaville) are a seven piece fusion band from Antwerp, Belgium. They play psychedelic jazz and funk with a modern twist. Belgium has quiet a tradition for jazz and funk infused leftfield grooves. From Marc Moulin’s ingenious Placebo to library funksters Les Chakakas / El Chicles to the much sampled JJ Band (ask Lord […]

Various – Monsters Of Funk & Soul (Unique Records)
Monday, October 18th, 2010 | Tags: ,
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This compilation is dedicated to the sound of the “Monsters Of Funk & Soul” party series. Featuring Laura Vane & The Vipertones, The Soul Snatchers, Osaka Monaurail, Malente, Wondertronix and many more.

CD UNIQ182-2
Release: 15-10-10
Enjoy the Monsters of Funk & Soul …
Tuesday, October 12th, 2010 | Tags: ,
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Our beloved “Monsters Of Funk & Soul” party has become an important part in the Duesseldorf scene. For already three years ‘the monsters are in da house’ – twice a year and full of funk and soul. So it’s totally about time to give that party its own compilation – just in time for the […]

Third studio album by Andrea Benini’s jazz-funk project Mop Mop …
Thursday, March 25th, 2010 | Tags: , ,
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After the highly acclaimed “Kiss Of Kali” Mop Mop are back with “Ritual Of The Savage”, the third studio album, written, arranged and produced by Andrea Benini. “Ritual Of The Savage” contains twelve tracks of pure hypnotic jazz, spiritual flavours, exotic funk and soul music, influenced by Latin and African beats. The album collaborations include […]

Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro are the new funk sensation from Japan …
Monday, November 2nd, 2009 | Tags: , ,
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We’ve all heard the Dap-Kings from the USA, the Poets of Rhythm from Germany, and the New Mastersounds from the UK. Well now it’s time to make way for a neat dose of super duper hard ‘n heavy funk from Japan – it’s the debut UK album from Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro! Although these funk sides […]

Top rare French mod funk masterpiece by Big Jullien & His All Star from 1970 …
Monday, October 12th, 2009 | Tags: , ,
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Killer tunes from Paris recorded 1970 at Barclay Studios. Top rare and highly sought-after French mod funk masterpiece with great breaks and fuzz sounds throughout. Music composed and played by jazz legends Ivan Jullien and Michel Colombier, featuring Eddy Louiss, Maurice Vander and many other big names from the French scene. Exclusive 1:1 reissue of […]

Dam-Funk represents the citizens of the Funkmosphere …
Thursday, September 24th, 2009 | Tags: , ,
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Known as Los Angeles’ “Ambassador of Boogie Funk,” Dam-Funk represents the citizens of the Funkmosphere. Headquartered in the Leimert Park section of L.A., Dam (pronounced: ‘Dame’ as in Damon) spent the last few years cultivating a musical renaissance rooted in the early-’80s styles known as boogie, modern soul and electro-funk. As a DJ/selector, Dam attracts […]

Tandy Love and Mad Smooth are your new favourite freak-funk psychedelic songsmiths …
Friday, May 22nd, 2009 | Tags: , , , ,
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“Anagram Jam” is a deeply covert production in the form of an album featuring 15 edits by two highly informed and inscrutable musical archivists. To cover their true indentitles these agents are using the anagramed pseudonyms Tandy Love and Mad Smooth, as a further clue they hail from the Manchester based label BMusic. The names […]

Reissue of the Whitefield Brothers super-rare modern funk classic “In The Raw” …
Tuesday, January 20th, 2009 | Tags: , , , , ,
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When Poets of Rhythm founding members Jay and Max Whitefield traveled from their native Munich to New York in 1998 to record their eponymous debut album, Sharon Jones was a name only known to the cult that bought her first, rare 45s, The Dap Kings didn’t exist and The El Michels Affair were teenagers gigging […]

More funk, more disco, more groovin’ with the SUPER PHONICS …
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MALENTE rip it up with remixes from Dr.Rubberfunk, The Strike Boys, DJ Friction and many more …
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Fruko Y Sus Tesos & Combo De Los Galleros – Colombian Latin Funk & Cumbia Gems Vol.2
Monday, October 23rd, 2017 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Fruko Y Sus Tesos & Combo De Los Galleros – Colombian Latin Funk & Cumbia Gems Vol.2

Image: 1616241 Two classic DJ tracks licensed from the Disco Fuentes catalogue . First up some irresistible percussive and brass heavy latin rhythms offset by those killer vocals on A La Memoria Del Muerto by one of the most successful latin outfits worldwide…. Fruko Y Sus Tesos. On the flipside an explosive, hypnotic cumbia from Combo De Los Galleros with the dancefloor winner of ‘Soledad’. Essential.

Tracklisting
1. Fruko Y Sus Tesos – A La Memoria Del Muerto
2. Combo De Los Galleros – Soledad Available from 01.12.2017

John Morales – The M&M Mixes Vol.4
Friday, October 20th, 2017 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on John Morales – The M&M Mixes Vol.4

Image: 1616193 Bronx native John Morales has more than three decades of hits and over 800 remixes to his credit. This 4th volume of M&M Mixes on BBE is without doubt the most ambitious yet, containing gems from Barry White, Diana Ross, Level 42, Teddy Pendergrass and Eddie Kendricks among others, all woven together with that special, intricate M&M magic.

4CD Tracklisting
Barry White – Im Gonna Love you Just A Little Bit
Atlantic Star – Circles
Diana Ross – Tenderness
Keith Barrow – Turn Me Up
Tamiko Jones – Can’t Live Without Your Love
Jackie Moore – This Time Baby
Tata Vega – Just Keep Thinking About You Baby
The Jones Girls – Life Goes On
Frankie Beverly – Joy & Pain
The Controllers – Stay
Teena Marie – Lover Girl
Melba Moore – You Stepped Into My Life
Donna Summer – Heaven Knows
Teddy Pendergrass – Life Is A Song Worth Singing
Lenny Williams – You Got Me Running
David Ruffin – Walk Away From Love
Dan Hartman – Vertigo / Relight My Fire
Diana Ross – No One Gets The Prize
Cher – Take Me Home
Three Ounces Of love – Star Love
The Emotions – Don’t Wanna Lose Your Love
Cheryl Lynn – Got To Be Real
Frankie Beverly – Before I Let Go
Eddie Kendricks – Girl You Need A Change of Mind
Tom Browne – Funkin for Jamaica
Harold Melvin Blue Notes – Don’t Leave Me This Way
Barry White – Let The Music Play
Level 42 – Mind On You
Katzuma – Alright
Mannix – Standing Right Here
Hi Tension – Hi Tension
MFSB – Love Is The Message

Described wholly accurately by Boiler Room as “one of the best producers and arrangers of disco
music to have ever done it”, Bronx native John Morales has more than three decades of hits and
over 800 remixes to his credit. This 4th volume of M&M Mixes on BBE is without doubt the most
ambitious yet, containing gems from Barry White, Diana Ross, Level 42, Teddy Pendergrass and
Eddie Kendricks among others, all woven together with that special, intricate M&M magic. Gaining
unprecedented access to original multitrack recordings from the vaults of Sony and Universal
Records, John has once again upped the ante, going where no DJ has gone before. Accept no
imitations, nobody does remixes quite like John Morales. Available from 01.12.2017

C.O.W. – Shanghai Money / C.O.W.
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Image: 1615491 C.O.W. ist ein deutsch-chinesisches Produzenten-Kollektiv und Kunstprojekt. Mit der Vision neu und frisch zu sein, haben sich C.O.W. im Dezember 2015 gegründet. Das Ziel: Die Musik, in der deutsche Popkultur stagniert, aufzubrechen. Dabei sollte nicht nur die Musik, sondern auch Form und Gestalt einen neuen Zeitgeist reflektieren. Die vier erfahrenen Produzenten aus Deutschland und China entschließen sich dazu ihre Identitäten zu Gunsten der Kunstfigur C.O.W. aufzulösen. Mit der Gründung von C.O.W. verlieren sie sich in der multimedialen Welt des Internets. Verschmelzen im Digitalen. Erzeugen eine neue Wirklichkeit. Sie produzieren und spielen insbesondere instrumental-elektronische Musik, die von jazzigen Interludes bis hin zu No-Brainer-Beats das volle Repertoire ausschöpft.

“Sie sind das größte Musik-Mysterium seit Daft Punk und den Gorillaz: … Ein bisschen Trap, ein paar Vocals, die durch den Autotune gejagt wurden und sehr viel Elektro.” – Bayrischer Rundfunk

“Ihr Future-Bass-Trap-Amalgam ist dabei eines der Ausrufezeichen dieses Abends. Beweise für die Verschwörungstheoretiker-Hypothese, dass Daft Punk und Justice sich dahinter verbergen könnten, ließen sich aber auch während dieses selten Liveauftritts des Kollektivs nicht ausfindig machen. … Um diese Gruppe wird man in den nächsten Monaten jedenfalls nicht herumkommen.” – Süddeutsche Zeitung

C.O.W. ist ein Deutsch-Chinesisches elektronisches Produzentenkollektiv und Kunstprojekt. Mit der Vision neu und frisch zu sein haben sich C.O.W. im Dezember 2015 gegründet. Das Ziel: Die Musik, in der deutsche Popkultur stagniert, aufzubrechen. Dabei sollte nicht nur die Musik, sondern auch Form und Gestalt einen neuen Zeitgeist reflektieren. Die vier erfahrenen Produzenten aus Deutschland und China entschließen sich dazu ihre Identitäten zu Gunsten der Kunstfigur C.O.W. aufzulösen. Mit der Gründung von C.O.W. verlieren sie sich der multimedialen Welt des Internet. Verschmelzen im Digitalen. Erzeugen eine neue Wirklichkeit. Sie produzieren und spielen insbesondere instrumental-elektronische Musik, die von jazzigen Interludes bis hin zu no-brainer-beats das volle Repertoire ausschöpft.

Pressestimmen
„Sie sind das größte Musik-Mysterium seit Daft Punk und den Gorillaz: C.O.W. Wer hinter dem Quartett steckt? Offiziell bekannt ist nur, dass sie aus Peking und Berlin kommen sollen. Das ist aber eigentlich auch gar nicht wichtig, denn die Musik spricht für sich: Ein bisschen Trap, ein paar Vocals, die durch den Autotune gejagt wurden und sehr viel Elektro.“ Bayrischer Rundfunk/PULS // Mixtape-Rezension

„Ihr Future-Bass-Trap-Amalgam ist dabei eines der Ausrufezeichen dieses Abends. Beweise für die Verschwörungstheoretiker-Hypothese, dass Daft Punk und Justice sich dahinter verbergen könnten, ließen sich aber auch während dieses selten Liveauftritts des Kollektivs nicht ausfindig machen. Ob es C.O.W. 2017 gehen wird wie Banksy oder Elena Ferrante? Um diese Gruppe wird man in den nächsten Monaten jedenfalls nicht herumkommen.” Süddeutsche Zeitung // Puls Festival 2016

„Originally a German-Chinese musical project, the quartet better-known as C.O.W. ? developed to a holistic artistic persona looking for company in a local Asian grocery store wearing nothing less than a drag-cow-costume. they make energy-infused beats with strong jazzy intros followed by drops that are super attractive to dancers and music-lovers alike” ixdaily.com (Kanada)
Available from 01.12.2017

Various – Africa Airways 04 (Disco Funk Touchdown 76 – 83)
Wednesday, October 18th, 2017 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Various – Africa Airways 04 (Disco Funk Touchdown 76 – 83)

Image: 1616146 It’s just over 3 years since we launched the Africa Seven label in Paris and London. Our first release back then (Airways One) is still our best seller and had to be repressed 4 times so far. Forty or so releases later it is time to take to the clouds again. Being the unimaginative bunch we are, the fourth installment of our African sky filled musical cornucopia is called African Airways Four (Disco Funk Touchdown – 1976 – 1983). This time around all tunes have the Disco flavour. As ever it’s all about the music… the skies are wide and funky and the air is filled with musical goodness. Your flight is about to leave.

Your flight opens with a punchy disco funk assault from Paris based Cameroonian Tala AM. Here with his drive bass and guitar funk riff 1981 stomper “Get Up Tchmassi”. Next up and staying with the Cameroonian connection is Eko with “Bowaa Mba Ngebe”. The lyrics talk of accomplishing the things in life for your family and yourself. The sweeping strings and gloriously uplifting music matching the sentiments of the words perfectly. Uta Bella began singing in the 60’s and by the time disco hit in the 70’s she was already established a singer in her native Cameroon, here the locked on groove of “Nassa Nassa” is a perfect snapshot of the sound and the African disco times.

Charly Kingson (cousin of Manu Dibango) is next with his “Nimele Bolo”. Recorded in Germany with the cream of Munich’s session musicians the bass synth is out in force on this one. Punchy brass, rock solid grooves and jazzy Rhodes add all the right ingredients for a fine disco synth excursion. Next is the musical heavyweight from Cameroon cousin Manu with his 1978 Disco, jazz funk masterpiece “Sun Explosion”.

Side two opens with a blast of Elvis Kemayo and his piano and guitar funk bomb “Biram”. Next Momo Joseph gives us “Africain”. Best known in France as an actor, this disco funk groover was released on his self pressed LP “War For Ground” in 1983. A true gem indeed. Nigerian, ex Funkees member Jake Sollo is next with “Tinni Yanana”. Recorded in the UK in 83 its slick and smooth with a hint of “at the car wash” groove. Pierre Didy Tchakounte follows on with his soul funk ‘golden years’ style groover “Soul Magabe”. Produced by one of our favourite Parisian producers Slim Pezin. We close off our journey with the tribal chant disco-funk special from the Monstars “Funny Saga”.

Ladies and Gentleman, we have landed at your destination, please remain seated until the aircraft has reached the terminal. We look forward to welcoming you aboard Africa Airways again soon.

Tracklisting
1. Tala A.M. – Get Up Tchamassi
2. Eko – Bowa’a Mba Ngebe
3. Uta Bella – Nassa Nassa
4. Charly Kingson – Nimele Bolo
5. Manu Dibango – Sun Explosion
6. Kemayo & K. System – Biram
7. Momo Joseph – Africain
8. Jake Sollo – Tinini Yanana
9. Pierre Didy Tchakounte – Soul Magabe
10. The Monstars – Funny Saga Available from 08.12.2017

Black Moon – Enta Da Stage (Remixes)
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Image: 1615792 2017 Remixed & Remastered Edition / Composed of members Buckshot, 5ft, and DJ Evil Dee, Black Moon simultaneously kicked off and defined the rap renaissance of New York with the release of Enta Da Stage in 1993. Whereas plenty of earlier groups had spit rage-filled rhymes to tear down the world’s unjust establishments, no one had evoked brooding pathos or introspective anger quite like Black Moon. Underground hip-hop might have been dominated by the sunny sound of G-Funk when Enta Da Stage dropped, but from then on the scene turned to the dark side. Black Moon was rising.

Earlier this year, Fat Beats Records presented the definitive Enta Da Stage box set, which was reissued for the first time across three formats (6xLP, 3xCD and 3xCassette). This album is the complete encapsulation of an era for anyone seeking to understand the origin and the essence of New York’s Golden Age.The box set included vocals, instrumentals and remixes plus extensive liner notes by David Ma (Pitchfork, Wax Poetics) with rare and unreleased visual ephemera in an 18 page booklet. The story of Black Moon, alongside their peers Biggie, Big L, Nas, Kool G Rap, and Wu Tang, reminds us that the bleakest times produce the most profound agents of cultural change. And as we stand at the precipice of a new age of anxiety, Enta Da Stage has never been more relevant… or more necessary.

Although Black Moon would go on to release three more albums – and its members would go on to greatness with Da Beatminerz, Boot Camp Klik, and various solo projects – Enta Da Stage remains the perfect distillation of tight lyrical menace, rowdy crew hooks, stripped down breaks, and deep basslines on all of its fourteen tracks. Although Enta Da Stage might stand in the shadow of East Coast albums such as Enter the Wu- Tang (36 Chambers), Illmatic, Liquid Swords, Ready to Die, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, and The Infamous, history will remember that Enta Da Stage preceded those releases. To understand Enta Da Stage is to understand the origin and the spirit of New York hip-hop once and for all.

1. How Many Emcee’s (Must Get Dissed) (DJ Evil Dee Remix)
2. Act Like You Want It (F.A.P. Mix)
3. Shit Iz Real (Buckshot’s New Vocal)
4. Son Get Wrec (DJ Evil Dee Remix)
5. U Da Man (DJ Evil Dee Remix)
6. Buckshot’s Freestyle Joint
7. Fuck It Up (Rugged and Ruff Mix)
8. I Got Cha Opin (Remix)
9. Buck Em Down (Da Beatminerz Remix)
10. Murder MC’s (B-Side Vocal)
11. Six Feet Deep
12. Reality (Killing Every…)
13. Who Got Da Props- – MW Smooth Mix Available from 17.11.2017

Black Moon – Enta Da Stage (2017 Remaster)
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Image: 1615537 Composed of members Buckshot, 5ft, and DJ Evil Dee, Black Moon simultaneously kicked off and defned the rap renaissance of New York with the release of Enta Da Stage in 1993. Whereas plenty of earlier groups had spit rage-flled rhymes to tear down the world’s unjust establishments, no one had evoked brooding pathos or introspective anger quite like Black Moon. Underground hip-hop might have been dominated by the sunny sound of G-Funk when Enta Da Stage dropped, but from then on the scene turned to the dark side. Black Moon was rising. Earlier this year, Fat Beats Records presented the defnitive Enta Da Stage box set, which was reissued for the frst time across three formats (6xLP, 3xCD and 3xCassette). This album is the complete encapsulation of an era for anyone seeking to understand the origin and the essence of New York’s Golden Age.The box set included vocals, instrumentals and remixes plus extensive liner notes by David Ma (Pitchfork, Wax Poetics) with rare and unreleased visual ephemera in an 18 page booklet. The story of Black Moon, alongside their peers Biggie, Big L, Nas, Kool G Rap, and Wu Tang, reminds us that the bleakest times produce the most profound agents of cultural change. And as we stand at the precipice of a new age of anxiety, Enta Da Stage has never been more relevant… or more necessary.
Although Black Moon would go on to release three more albums – and its members would go on to greatness with Da Beatminerz, Boot Camp Klik, and various solo projects – Enta Da Stage remains the perfect distillation of tight lyrical menace, rowdy crew hooks, stripped down breaks, and deep basslines on all of its fourteen tracks. Although Enta Da Stage might stand in the shadow of East Coast albums such as Enter the WuTang (36 Chambers), Illmatic, Liquid Swords, Ready to Die, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, and The Infamous, history will remember that Enta Da Stage
preceded those releases. To understand Enta Da Stage is to understand the origin and the spirit of New York hip-hop once and for all.

1. Powaful Impak!
2. Niguz Talk Shit
3. Who Got Da Props (Evil Dee Mix)
4. Ack Like U Want It
5. Buck Em Down
6. Black Smif-n-Wessun
7. Son Get Wrec
8. Make Munne
9. Slave
10. I Got Cha Opin
11. Shit Iz Real
12. Enta Da Stage
13. How Many MC’s
14. U Da Man

• 2017 remastered edition on double LP
• Although commercially overshadowed in a crowded 1993 release schedule that included Enter the Wu Tang, Midnight Marauders, and Doggystyle, Enta Da Stage is now considered not only a forebear to its more famous counterparts but also equal, if not superior, in the ranks of all-time greatest albums. MC’s Buckshot and 5 Ft. shine on the mic, exuding supreme confdence through their brash delivery and charisma, while on the musical side, DJ Evil Dee and Mr. Walt make their mark with their distinctively jazzy yet grimy lo-f production as Da Beatminerz
• Making their production debut with Enta Da Stage, Da Beatminerz went on to produce the equally classic debuts from Boot Camp Clik members Smif-N-Wessun, Heltah Skeltah, & O.G.C. with Dah Shinin’, Nocturnal & Da Storm, solidifying themselves as one the preeminent production teams of the era Available from 06.10.2017

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