Music Reviews

Zepherin Saint & Sara Devine - HurryBeyond the shadow of a doubt, Tribe Records truly bless us with the sun drenched "Hurry", a masterly crafted truly phenomenal uber soulful jewel by DJ/producer Zepherin Saint featuring the one and only Sara Devine on vocals. Gentle yet thrilling afrocentric rhythms lead the way for Sara Devine's one-of-a-king r&b inspired sultry vocals, illustrious keys and classy brass arrangements, altogether creating an enthralling yet soulful and melodious feel guaranteed to make you yearn for more. Put differently, "Hurry" heavenly slice of soulful bliss by no means to be missed...

Rescue Poetix - Counting sheepRenowned poetry artist Rescue Poetix is back with the paramount "Counting sheep" coming your way in an eclectic truly stellar selection of interpretations. Young DJ (Moloko Manganyi) contributes a tantalizing soul oozing afro-deep rendition sure to send shivers down your spine, DJ Eddie-ED (Edward Ward) delivers a fervid afro/latin infused rendition with a dazzling change of tempo in the middle, DJ Punch drops an intriguing underground-esque rework laced with a killer organ and resistless percussive rhythms, Ran Gomez serves a gorgeous soulful interpretation, and last but not least there is something truly special in the form of the ingenious deep tech-soul workout by Brian Nance.

We are keeping the heat on with this weeks update bringing you the latest and best in soulful house music - enjoy !!

Mike Steva - Who am I (Remixes)In summer of 2014, Yoruba Records released the stunning "Who am I" artist album by Mike Steva which takes you on a unique journey across a wide spectrum of electronic music, evidencing his vast range of influences. The journey continues with the outstanding "Who I am" remix album which is truly awe-inspiring and ingenious, with the songs from the original album being re-imagined and re-envisioned by the likes of Louie Vega, Seven Davis Jr, Manoo, Rocco, Djeff, Hallex M, Anthony Nicholson, AtJazz, Mr. Raoul and many more, all adding their distinctive truly magical touch. Without question, the sophisticated and truly eclectic "Who I am" remix album is not to be missed.

Leroy Burgess & Kenny Carpenter - More loveLegendary DJ/producer Kenny Carpenter who has been in the music business for four decades is launching his brand new label KC Recordings in proper style with a paramount collaboration with another dance music legend, namely singer/songwriter/producer Leroy Burgess. "More love" is a super smooth and melodious yet entrancing slice of soulful bliss having timeless written all over, featuring Leroy Burgess one-of-a-kind passionate vocals alongside by illustrious keys, heavenly chords and a gently thumpin' yet relentless organic backdrop.

Vittorio Santorelli, Karla Brown - PeopleThere ain't no stoppin' for Double Cheese Records who have been blessing us in recent months with one soulful jewel after another... The labels latest offering is the utterly infectious "People" by up and rising Vittorio Santorelli and songstress Karla Brown which uses an irresistibly groovin' backing as playground for luscious keys and Karla Brown's inimitable haunting vocals. Kelvin Sylvester and Luyo join forces to rework the song into an intriguingly stompin' soulful affair laced with sublime keys and lush chords, and finally Cam Lasky contributes an uber funky dub rework guaranteed to cast a spell on you.

We've prepared quite an eclectic update for you to check out - enjoy !!

 Seamus Haji presents Mekkah featuring Stephan Granville - Race of survival (Antonello Ferrari & Aldo Bergamasco Disco Blend Remix 2017)The inaugural release for newly launched Sunflowermusic Records is an outstanding re-imagination by Antonello Ferrari & Aldo Bergamasco of "Race of survival" by Seamus Haji (released under his Mekkah alias) and vocalist Stephan Granville released back in 2002 on Soul Love Records, with Sean McCabe remixes following in 2011 (worth mentioning the song was first released in 1995 as Sonz of Soul). Antonello Ferrari & Aldo Bergamasco take this gem to the next level on their jaw-dropping blend with the larger-than-life disco anthem "L.o.v.e got a hold of me" by Demis Roussos from 1978, without doubt their super sexy and inspiring interpretation takes you back to the hey-days of dance music...