Enjoy our selection of the best and latest in soulful house music...

Luis Machuca featuring Michelle Ross "Love sick" (Deep Culture Music CD Promo)

On "Love sick", Luis Machuca teams up with singer Michelle Ross to deliver a mesmerizing vocal house production built around a fiercely stompin' funked-up backing enriched with passionate vocals by Michelle Ross, lush keys by Vernell de Long, sweet guitar by Daniel Dub and lively percussion by Jack Duncan. The 'Deep Air Mix' deepens the vibe and strips back the vocals to give the track a luscious late night feel.

Devoted Few featuring Alexandria Osborne "Make you mine" (SHE Records CD Promo)

Right in time for Australian summer, SHE Records bring us the sun drenched "Make you mine" by Richard Earnshaw and label head Graham Cordery who join forces as Devoted Few. This top notch soulful production features silky smooth vocals by Alexandria Osborne, superb saxophone and dreamy jazzy piano over a groovy funk drenched backdrop. Beside vocal, instrumental and reprise versions, the package includes two wicked dub versions by Richard Earnshaw. In other words, an uplifting release guaranteed to spread a feel good vibe on the floor.

Exclusive Preview: Deborah Bond "5.35" (Hgm & Soul'n'Vibes Re-Touch)(CD-R)

The enigmatically-worded, truly beautiful "5.35" is one of the stand-out tracks from Deborah Bond's third solo album "Madam Palindrome", here reworked for the soulful dance floors by by Hgm & Soul'n'Vibes who stay respectful to the original on their subtle four-to-the-floor interpretation using a smoothly thumpin' backing as playground for the jazz-funk flavored orchestration and Deborah Bond's unmistakable vocals.

UPI "Unreel Dubs EP" (New Generation Records CD Promo)

This UPI (Unreel Productions, Inc. aka Jerry Melillo, Joe Ruvolo, Ricci Melillo) release dates back to 2003 when it came out on Experience Records as 12" single, now for the first time you can get it in digital format through New Generation Records. This classic release features four floor shakin' house tracks inspired by the legendary sounds of Disco, sampling such classics as "Dance a little bit closer" by Charo or "Love x love" by George Benson.