Dr Rubberfunk Sunset Breakup EP Dr Rubberfunk joins up with Jalapeno Records for an EP of funky breaks and beats that gives nice taster of what's to come on his next album. A1. Beast Working A2. Come Back Breaker B1. Part Of Me (feat Sitzka) B2. Sunset Breakup Jalapeno 12"
Dr Rubberfunk Taking Over feat Bridgette Amofah Dr Rubberfunk releases the Ashley Beedle remix of Taking Over on Feb 26th 1. Taking Over [Ashley Beedle Remix] 2. Taking Over [Original Version] 3. Taking Over [Ashley Beedle Instrumental] GPS Stereo 12"
Dr Rubberfunk My Life At 33 It's K-Boro's finest beatmaker and fine funk enthusiast Rubberfunk, back on the block to deliver his second album - the follow up to 'The First Cut' - which you surely picked up somewhere along the line! If not - sleep no more! This has a similar formula to the first, by way of tightly crafted funky breaks and layered up instruments played by the man himself and members of his band Mr Guder. Some lush guest spots as well, from hip hop to soul and even gospel. Great stuff. You know what's up. Show some love! (NB) 1. Livewired 2. Taking Over 3. Theme For A Letter Day Lothario 4. Baby Bossa 5. Watch The Tables Turn 6. Rooster 7. All Day Playing 8. Riding With The Ratman 9. Blow Away The Grey 10. Minus Three And Falling 11. Father's Lament 12. Heavy Street GPS Stereo Recordings CD
Dr Rubberfunk Riding With The Ratman * All initial copies are personally signed by Dr Rubberfunk himself! * A rock solid funk beat banger as the Doctor is known to drop with consistency like you wouldn't believe, with some smartly dropped US vocal snatches about rat catching that fall in with the beat perfectly. Side B is more of a soulful jammie with Rogiers, who has worked with Platinum Pied Pipers and is definitely on the rise... (NB) Side A : 'Riding With The Ratman' Side B : 'Theme For A Latter-day Lothario' (Featuring Rogiers) GPS Stereo Recordings 7"
Dr Rubberfunk Watch The Tables Turn A. Watch The Tables Turn (12" mix) B. Watch The Tables Turn (beat-a-pella mix) B. Live Wired GPS Stereo Recordings 12"
Dr Rubberfunk Latin Player Another sho' shot from the funk doctor! Lovely summery acoustic guitar layers meet with keyboards and solid drums to create a mellow track with rugged undertones which will serve your barbeques or other non-cooked meat based social functions well! The b-side '2 Player Hi Score Remix' is more straight up Rubberfunk biz with some choice computer game samples to take you directly back to your childhood days of too much gaming (well, for the some of us) and 'Come On In And Get Some' is a keyboard heavy, funky drum laced and very live sounding hip hop influenced jammie, with some tight cuts on there too! Good work, Rubbs. You rule! (NB) GPS 12"
Dr Rubberfunk Step On It Dr Rubberfunk's second release on GPS is another EP of quality choppy jazz, funk breaks. Check out the live percussion. Chaser is a three part instrumental, fusing guitar, piano, brass & drums to create a rolling nu-funk stomper. 'Step on it' & 'Live at the Plaza' are real fresh jazzy cuts which will have your foot tapping for sure. A1. Step On It A2. Live At The Plaza B1. Chaser Pts. 1,2 & 3 GPS 12"
Dr Rubberfunk Hot Stone Dr Rubberfunk drops new album 'Hot Stone' on Jalapeno Records! He used to work here, check this out! 2008 was the year that Dr. Rubberfunk joined the Jalapeno family and brought his irrepressible good time vibe to the j-funk party.The first fruits of this partnership dropped in Spring 2008 in the form of the ‘Sunset Breakup EP’ – a cracking 4 tracker that rounded up 2 dancefloor friendly B-Boy tracks (originally produced at the behest of the Rock Steady Crew!)and the sizzling soul of ‘Part Of Me’, a brand new collaboration with Dutch soulstress Sitzka. Working tirelessly with a talented collection of musicians, the Rubberfunk studios began to yield a steady flow of songs, and another solid hookup with John Turrell on the blue-eyed-soul of ‘Northern Comfort’. Listening to tunes and album ideas in the Rubberfunk record library, led to one of those ‘wouldn’t it be great if…’ type conversations; ‘wouldn’t it be great if we could get Roachford on vocals’, and a few quick emails later ‘Trouble Woman’ was born. A cautionary tale and a lesson in low slung soul all in one. vocalist Philippo, who’s featured on‘Rising Steps’ brings sweet harmonies to some dirty drums, exotic percussion and floating keys.The vocal tracks are rounded out with 3 more stunning performances from Sitzka, showcasing her talents in a variety of styles, from the rolling jazz piano hip hop of ‘It’s Not Clear’, the mellow acoustic guitar beats of ‘Get Away’ to the intense gutsy funk of ‘You’re No Good’. Horns on ‘You’re No Good’ (along with ‘Northern Comfort’ and ‘Trouble Woman’) come courtesy of a transatlantic hook-up; Todd Simon, hornsman for The Breakestra, Connie Price & The Keystones and Mayer Hawthorne, drops the perfect brass accompaniment to the Rubberfunk sound. Remaining instrumental tracks on ‘Hot Stone’ roll from Blue Note style soul jazz of ‘Magic Beans’ to the fuzz heavy psych funk on ‘Theme From Hot Stone’, all in the inimitable Rubberfunk style and completing a beautifully crafted album of songs and sounds, moods and melodies – a stone cold aural massage! Jalapeno Records CD | LP
Dr Rubberfunk My Life At 45 Dr Rubberfunk might not be medically trained, but he does know a thing or two about treating your ears, as he returns with his fourth album 'My Life at 45'. The eagle eyed will have spotted the connection to the good Doctor's second album – 'My Life at 33' - and fans can do their own maths as to when they should expect the final RPM-punning release in the trilogy … Having established himself in funk, soul, blues and jazz circles with a ton of high calibre releases, the good doctor holds a reputation for quality productions, with a hands-on approach, both in front of, and behind the mixing desk, as an accomplished multi-instrumentalist and producer. The new album brings together stunning vocals from John Turrell, Izo FitzRoy and Stephanie Whitelock, whilst the instrumental tracks, showcasing the talents of long-time collaborators Jim Oliver, Jonathon James and Ben Castle, make it clear just what a crack production outfit the Doctor has put together. Jalapeno Records CD | LP