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SoulBrigada Resense 048 After their brilliant debut on Resense, SoulBrigada returns with two new cuts. Following the proven formula, two classic Funk & Soul joints get the SoulBrigada treatment to fire up the dancefloors again. 'Help' is a Northern Soul gem from the midwest - from 1969. The raw & funky sound of the song follows with great perfection a JB style, which is complemented by the sweet soul voice of the singer. The SoulBrigada-Edit focuses even more on the percussive side of the song and the extension provides a real dancefloor filler. 'Love U Baby' is a great Soultune, which was also released in 1969 by a vocal duo from the southwest of the USA. The song stands out because of its funkiness and the great interaction of the two singers. The rework provides the right dose of funk with additional drums, repetitive editing and expansion. Resense Records 7"
Lord Funk and Moar / Gelatine Thugs Resense 047 Oonops is known for his "Oonops Drops" - radioshow on Brooklyn Radio and his compilation series on Agogo Records. now its about time to start with his very own Resense edition by using his friendly connections to producers and djs from all over the world. His first volume includes Lordfunk and Moar from France who created a boogietastic and bouncing track with classic Jurassic 5-vocals on top and some familiar samples. On the flip you'll find a dancefloor banger with hard hitting drums around Big Daddy Kane and MJ produced by a mysterious producer from Germany. Resense Records 7"
Beastie Boys / mfsb Check It Out People The latest edition in DJ Soopasoul's "Soopastole Edits" series looks like it may fly off the shelves, and with good reason. The lead cut is not an edit per se, but rather a crafty, clever and expertly produced mash-up that places selected rap flows from the acapella version of Beastie Boys classic "Ch-Check It Out" over a tightened up and fattened up rearrangement of MFSB's disco-era jam "People All Over The World". Sometimes these kinds of mash-ups can be messy, but this genuinely isn't, with the Beasties' vocals fitting the backing track like a glove. Over on side B Soopasoul shares his tweak of the MFSB track, which is entirely instrumental bar periodic use of the band's female backing vocals. Soopastole 7" Pre-Order
Nick Bike Chosen Spokes Vol.5 One of Vancouver’s finest, Nick Bike is back with a vengeance, this time working his magic on a couple soul/funk classics. Side A features a shortened re-work of an alternate version of James Brown/I Feel Good, finishing off with a heavy dose of bonus drums for the b-boys. Side B is a stripped back take on 'Heard It Through The Grapevine'. Gone are Gaye's vocals and strings, leaving the spotlight on backup group The Andantes. As with the rest of the Spokes records, it finishes with a skipless loop of JB shouts for the scratch heads. Limited Edition of 500 – don’t sleep! Chosen Spokes 7" Out of Stock
Amerigo Gazaway / Fela Kuti / De La Soul Fela Soul Limited cassette tape of the Fela Kuti, De La Soul mash-up! An amazing musical tapestry created by AMERIGO GAZAWAY, an 8 song journey into the world of afrobeat rhythms, funky horn riffs, and classic hip hop gems. More than a mash up, it's new and original. Side A vocals, Side B instrumentals. RETRO INDIE MASH RAP Out of Stock
Scrimshire Scrimshire Edits Wah Wah co-bossman Scrimshire is banging out the edits this year. Real edits, too. Not just extensions or polishes but complete reworks that pay respect to the originals and bring our focus to the magic of the elements. "Gi's Tata" takes us back to Brazil 1975 as Giovana's "Tatarue" is given the four-to-the-floor stomp it deserves with full attention placed on the salubrious slap bass. Flip for an equally delightful homage to "Rapper's Delight" by skat-singer Morris Wilson. Driven by a light summery house beat, the drop guarantees knowing and appreciative looks as an over-played cliche suddenly gets a whole new lease of life. Make no mistakes, Scrimshire is on fire this year. Wah Dubplate 7" Out of Stock
The Specials Live At The Lyceum LP French LP release of a live The Specials show from 1979! It was recorded on December 2nd 1979 just 3 days after the band had completed the first 2 Tone Tour. 4 of the 5 tracks which are listed as 'unissued' were to top the national singles chart just weeks later as part of the Too Much Too Young Live EP. Although The Selecter are listed as guests on Long Shot Kick the Bucket and Skinhead MoonStomp their presence is defiantly not audible but this by no means takes anything away from the recording. The album finishes of with the band performing Madness twice in succession. Out of Stock
DJ BC Wu Orleans Wu-Tang Clan mash up with New Orleans jazz! Wu-Tang Clan lyric’s over Dixieland jazz songs, and it features fun song titles like “Just the Wu of Us” and “When the Meth Comes Marching In.” LP Out of Stock
Jon Moskowitz Blue Eyes Meets Bed-Stuy (Biggie vs Frank Sinatra LP) Notorious B.I.G. and Frank Sinatra mash up - last few copies with black non-picture sleeve. Here we have a musical backdrop of tracks made from Frank Sinatra's music (chopped up and rearranged with some hip hop drums of course) with Notorious BIG acapellas on top! It works well, and it is better than just a straight up bootleg set - the tracks are well made and while it is a bit gimmicky, admittedly, it sounds pretty dope in places! LP Out of Stock