The first official mix from the DIRTY DISCO SQUARES (Rhettmatic, Mr.Len, and Prince Paul)
Source: SoundCloud / DirtyDiscoSquares
Crazy is taken from Summer Camp’s latest eponymously titled album which is out now on limited edition 12” vinyl, CD and download.
They headline London’s Islington Assembly Hall on 24th March. Get tickets here: http://smarturl.it/SummerCampLondon
NY - http://www.brooklynbowl.com/event/516601
LA - http://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/eve…
Directed by Ozzie Pullin (http://www.ozziepullin.com)
Hello internet, this awesome @the-dream-chimney dude reboots the Flexx mixx series!
Also check out his new ‘Tower of power’ Ep released on Bear Funk.
[fun, fun, fun…]
Source: SoundCloud / Flexx Records
Kwes - purplehands (Joe Goddard’s Walk in The Park Mix)
‘purplehands’ appears on Kwes’ debut album ‘ilp.’ released in 2013 via @warp-records
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Source: SoundCloud / kwes
Sleazy McQueen You Know How (Kasper Bjorke Remix)
This April sees the return of Mexican imprint CVMR with its fourth release, this time bringing American artist Sleazy McQueen into the limelight with his ‘You Know How’ EP, featuring Century and Kasper Bjorke on remix duties.
North Carolina born Laurin Fedora, better known as Sleazy McQueen has been delivering high quality, tripped out funk laden house music for quite some time now, as well as maintaining a busy touring schedule which has taken him across the globe from Chicago and New York through to Tokyo and London, Fedora has seen his material released on reputable imprints like Siesta, Chillin Music and Eighth Dimension / Eight Tracks, the latter of which Fedora is now an employee at the labels head office.
While Compost Black’s main man Kasper Bjorke finishes things off with his acid tinged interpretation, driven by a gritty saw-wave bass hook, rolling snare hits, wanderings arps and crunchy drums, a simply stunning piece of music as expected from the undeniably talented Copenhagen born producer.
Release: 3rd April 2014
Cat No: CVMR004
Format: Digital & Vinyl
Source: SoundCloud / CVMR
Sheila B. Devotion ‘Spacer’ (greg wilson edit)
Never previously shared
Sheila was a French pop singer of the 60’s and 70’s who re-invented herself as a Disco diva, backed by B. Devotion (3 male singers / dancers, the B for Black), and released one of the true monstrosities of the Disco era, a cover of Gene Kelly’s musical standard ‘Singin’ In The Rain’ in 1977, which became a major hit throughout Europe. Her other UK hit, ‘You Light My Fire’ was also to be avoided like the plague – this was the type of music that eventually pulled Disco into the gutter.
Against this backdrop ‘Spacer’ came as quite a surprise – all of a sudden this Euro-Disco chancer was being backed by the hottest rhythm section on the planet. It sounded like Chic because it was Chic - Rodgers & Edwards were the writers and producers.
It was a Top 20 hit in the UK, and (with the exception of more specialist nights) a club favourite. I was still resident at the Golden Guinea in New Brighton, so it’s a track I played there. I was never a big fan of the verses, you can only remove so much of the cheese from the larder, and her voice grates on me in these parts, but the chorus has a great vibe, which more than made up for bits I wasn’t keen on – the backing, of course, is sensational.
[continued…] Greg Wilson – October 2013
Source: SoundCloud / gregwilson