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Vick Lavender presents D. Millz - There it isThis towering soulful jewel produced by Chicago's very own Vick Lavender has been out on vinyl through Sophisticado Recordings for a couple of weeks now, with a full digital release to follow in the coming months (for those without turntables, the 'Radio Edit' is available digitally right now). Without doubt, the timeless "There it is" featuring the unrivaled haunting vocals of D. Millz (David Miller), sublime jazzed-up keys and heavenly chords over a smooth yet intriguing rich organic musical backing is sure to make you yearn for more... Grab your copy before record stores are running out of stock...

 Ed Ramsey - Love letter to musicWatch out for the grandiose "Love letter to music" by Ed Ramsey available now on POJI Records. The original version produced by Leandro P. is top-notch soulful house music, featuring the unmistakable vocals and spoken words of Ed Ramsey alongside bodacious keys and organ over a compelling organic musical backing. DJ Oji contributes a downright fabulous remix, adding his beloved magical touch to take the track to a whole different level. By no means to be missed...

review logoAnother jam-packed update with the latest and greatest in vocal soullful/afro house music awaits you... enjoy !!

Thommy Davis - Mr DavisA true pioneer and innovator in house music, Baltimore's Thommy Davis has been contributing to the scene for more than forty years (for those who don't know, he is one of the founding member of legendary The Basement Boys). Now he is about to bless us with "Mr Davis" an absolutely breathtaking collection of his recent productions and remixes, with eight brand new exclusive songs included that span from glittering disco to deep and soulful house grooves. The album features collaborations and remixes with an illustrious list of artists including Tasha LaRae, Sheila Ford, Richard Burton, Tracy Hamlin, Barbara Tucker, Alexix P. Suter, Dana Weaver, Brutha Basil, Randy Roberts and Aaron K. Gray, not to forget to mention fellow producers DJ Spen, Gary Hudgins, John Morales and Neal Conway. Amongst the new exclusive songs, there are several stunning cover versions to be found: Karen Young's "Hot shot", The O'Jays' "Darlin' darlin' baby (sweet and tender love)", Rene & Angela's "I love you more", 2 Puerto Ricans, A Blackman and A Dominican's "Do it properly" and Jomanda's "Make my body rock".

Sipho Ngubane - ChristinaBeginning of the year, we were celebrating "Channel of love", the debut artist album by South African deep and soulful house music producer Sipho Ngubane, now he presents the equally awe-inspiring "Christina" named after his late grand mother. Indisputably, Sipho Ngubane has once again been pulling out all the stops and presents a truly eclectic selection of dazzling original productions and remixes, including collaboration with the likes of Giga Msezane, Kenney Love, Khayelihle and Voocy and remixes of "2bobho" by Audiology featuring Gifford & Craze M, "Push" by Deepconsoul featuring K Monde, "Closer" by Deepconsoul featuring Mthandazo Gatya and "Darkness" by Room 806 featuring Holi.

Melba Moore - Just doing meLegendary American singer Melba  Moore returns to the dance floor with the Terry Hunter and George Pettus produced "Just doing me", a phenomenal slice of classic disco/boogie inspired dance floor bliss by no means to be missed. The downright enthralling "Just doing me" is a masterly orchestrated trip down memory lane, with Melba Moore's unmatched haunting vocals accompanied by sumptuous keys, grand horn section, lovely guitars and a spell binding funk soaked musical backing. Undeniably, "Just doing me" will make you yearn for more...

Blaze presents UDAUFL featuring Joi Cardwell  - Be yoursel" (Manoo Remix)In 2003, Blaze launched their seminal Underground Dance Artists United For Life (UDAUFL) project whose first release was the towering "Be yourself" featuring inspirational lead vocals by legendary Joi Cardwell. The song has been remixed numerous times over the years, forthcoming are this jaw-dropping uber soulful yet intriguing interpretations by Manoo who combines the memorable vocals with organic afro influenced rhythms, enchanting galactical pads and gorgeous flute. Next tot the vocal and instrumental versions, the package includes the superb 'Dubflute Remix' putting the flute center-stage.

review logoFor this weeks update, we've selected only the very best in vocal soulful/afro house music... enjoy !!

Fuminori Kagajo featuring Jaidene Veda - The blue (Eric Kupper Remix)Back in  January, Japanese DJ/producer Fuminori Kagajo launched his brand new label Nu Notes Music in proper style with "The blue" which features the unrivaled sultry vocals of Canadian songstress Jaidene Veda, now this timeless gem returns in stunning fresh remixes by legendary Eric Kupper. Indisputably, these paramount re-imaginations laced with sumptuous keys, heavenly chords, sublime trumpet and gentle yet spell binding rhythms let Jaidene Veda's amazing vocals shine in full glory and are guaranteed to make you yearn for more...

Mikki Afflick featuring Janine Sugah Lyrics Lyons - America's real pandemicDJ/producer Mikki Afflick and poet Janine Sugah Lyrics Lyons join forces to bring us "America's real pandemic", a powerful song very relevant to the turbulent times the world is facing right now. Without doubt, the gentle yet enthralling afro influenced rhythms together with the deeply moving spoken word poetry of Janine Sugah Lyrics Lyons, protest chants, illustrious jazzed-up keys and enchanting galactical strings will send shivers down your spine... The eminent "America's real pandemic" is by no means to be missed.

Adaptation #100Congratulations to Adaptation Music who celebrate their 100th release with a mind-blowing truly eclectic package not to be missed. First up are dope deep jackin' remixes of "Sign of the times" by Tom Conrad & Mr. V. Following is a glittering deep house rework by Lucas Keizer of Make believe" by D-Reflection and Christa, and then Finest Wear keep the vibe deep and groovey with the remix of "So happy" by Tom Conrad and Dawn Tallman. Next up is "Bones" by Bernard Badie and Muphan which takes you on a trip to yesteryear with its raw and minimalistic sound (which is somewhat reminiscent of the classic Murk sound). More deep jackin' vibes await you on Feint Young Son wicked remix of "Take it easy" by Yan Gordo, and finally Gruv Basement grace us with an uber soulful interpretation of "What you want" by Sueno Soul featuring Denzie.

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