'I don't make music for the masses to dance to, I make music for the small majority that listens' -Moodymann
Also joining the Revue will be California's DJ DAY, one of today's foremost purveyors of top-shelf hip-hop production, vinyl history and the lost art of DJing. Championed by Gilles Peterson and Jazzy Jeff, DJ Day is a producer, DJ and musician who has worked alongside artists such as Aloe Blacc (Stones Throw), Clutchy Hopkins (Ubiquity), Quantic, Alice Russell and People Under the Stairs.Â Day has always shown musical diversity while bringing a style all his own.
For fans of the beatdown styles (like Omar-S,Theo Parrish) and new dimension producers (like Funkineven) and the Boogie/Disc edits sounds (like Mark E,The Revenge).
Starting with the mid-tempo fat boogie track "ur Luv(Woo)" features bright key-chords and soulful vocal sampling . Similiar to the likes of Mark E's way of beatdown-boogie sound from hip hop scientists!
"do the Dance" is a great percussive acid-beatdown track.Â Starting with a percussive beat intro, it features moody key-chord and acid synth along with a funk vibe.Â For fans of the Omar-S or Funkineven vibes.
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Brand new EP from Gilles Peterson favourites Souleance following on from the massive Le Plaisir and Le Monde releases.
Souleance return with another EP packed full of quality. Following on from their highly acclaimed Le Plaisir and Le Monde EPs, Soupape is set to confirm the French duos burgeoning reputation. Beatmaker Fulgeance (Musique Large) and DJ Soulist (What The Funk?) have crafted 6 tracks of real quality.
From the Brasilian influenced Passarinho and Automatico to the electro boogie of Croque Madame and Soupape this EP has something for everyone. Look out for their debut album in 2011 on First Word.
Doc Daneeka just got a new pair of shoes. In his infinite wisdom, he decided to release an EP of brand new music to go with his shiny new daps â€“ so here it is! The Television EP is a four-song release that finds the tunesmith continuing work on his strain of post-garage, which includes a collaborative song with one-fourth of production outfit C.R.S.T., fellow Welshman Rodski.
a Doc Daneeka â€“ Marioâ€™s Mushrooms
b Doc Daneeka â€“ Electric Sandwich Rhythm
c Doc Daneeka â€“ Copz (feat Rodski)
d Doc Daneeka â€“ Like A Fool
Don Carlos (born Euvin Spencer) Legendary Reggae Artist â€“ Born and raised in Western Kingston, Jamaica, in a district notoriously known as Waterhouse, which incidentally is also a musical spawning ground for many of Reggaeâ€™s greatest ever talents, such as King Tubby, original member of Black Uhuru, The Jays, Junior Reid and King Jammy to name but a few, Don Carlos started his singing career back in 1973, as one of the original members of the aforementioned roots vocal group Black Uhuru. Don played a prominent role in the recordings of the highly acclaimed Love Crisis (Black Sounds of Freedom) album, for producer Prince Jammy in 1977. Don reached the peak of his solo career during the heydays of the eighties Dancehall mania thus celebrating his impact with five top ten hits between 1982 â€“ 1985, reggae hit such as â€œLate Night Bluesâ€, â€œDice Cupâ€, â€œHog & Goatâ€, â€œIâ€™m Not Getting Crazyâ€, â€œLaser Beamâ€, â€œYoung Girlâ€ and â€œFavorite Cupâ€ are forever hailed as CLASSICS! The latter of which is included in this Narco.Hz 12â€ special for your enjoyment.