Another weekly update loaded with the latest and best in vocal soulful/afro house music awaits you... enjoy !!
QVLN "Keepin' on" (Coflo & Tomahawk Bang Remix)(Ocha Records Promo)
Coming soon to Ocha Records is this ingenious truly unique and verily soulful deep house re-imagination by Coflo and Tomahawk Bang of the magnificent folk-blues song "Keepin' on" by QVLN aka Quetzal Guerrero (taken from his album "American Import" released back in 2014) which enriches the incredible vocals and the beautiful original instrumentation with inexorable rhythms and entrancing synth melodies.
Carlos Mena presents "Mzansi Love Sampler" (Ocha Mzansi Records Promo)
Mzansi Records present a dope two track sampler of their "Mzansi Love" compilation forthcoming this summer. Included is The Heavy Quarterz downright inebriant yet soulful and melodious late night interpretation of "Undying love" by DJ CMI laced with the glorious spoken words of Lady C, and "Africa rise" by DJ Bonnie an utterly hypnotizing afro-deep track sure to send the dancers into a frenzy.
Stan Zeff "Madoungo" (T's Box Records Promo)
From renowned DJ/producer Stan Zeff comes "Madoungo", to make a long story short this wicked afro house track using spell binding rhythms as foundation for truly mesmerizing synths and uber cool vocal chants by Poomie Lewis is a sure-fire dance floor weapon. The track is taken to the next level by label head Terry Hunter whose beefed up interpretation is absolutely irresistible.
Soulcall featuring Emma Diva "I love your love" (HSR Records Promo)
Soon to be released through HSR Records is the splendorous "I love your love" by Soulcall aka Italian DJ/producer Gigi Frassanito and songstress Emma Diva. Beyond the shadow of a doubt, this soulful yet captivating production with an infectious funktified backdrop leading the way for sublime jazzy keys, celestial chords and the distinctive powerhouse vocals of Emma Diva is sure to cast a spell on you.
Darren Studholme "Ocean Drive Miami" (Marivent Music Digital Promo)
Courtesy of Darren Studholme comes the phantasmagorical "Ocean Drive Miami EP" which features four expertly crafted vocal productions, featuring guest vocalists Anthony Poteat and Michele McCain. Each of the four songs is sheer musical bliss, spreading an inspiring verily soulful sun drenched bossa nova influenced feel guaranteed to make you yearn for more. Nuff said....
Deep Sea Cosmonauts featuring E-Man & Acantha Lang "In came you" (Weirdo Recordings Promo)
British house duo Deep Sea Cosmonauts join forces with legendary spoken word artist E-Man and songbird Acantha Lang for "In came you", an uplifting slice of classic soul oozing dance floor bliss fueled with E-Man's unrivaled spoken word poetry, feel-good vocals by Acantha Lang, emotive strings, classy horns, exquisite keys and a fervid organic backdrop. From Jason Herd comes both a dazzling 'Re-Edit' and a deepened garage infused 'Weirdo Remix'.
Steven Stone & Andrea Love "Beautiful love" (Revamped Mix)(Soul Deluxe Recordings Promo)
End of December 2017, Steven Stone and songstress Andrea Love graced us with "Beautiful love" a feel good production with a compelling backing leading the way for the unique heartfelt vocals of Andrea Love and scintillating keys. Now Soul Deluxe Recordings present a phat 'Revamped Mix' giving the track a gorgeous organic feel, with the vocals accompanied by thrilling rhythms and luscious keys.
Steve Miggedy Maestro "Twilight EP" (T's Crates Records Promo)
DJ/producer Steve Miggedy Maestro makes his debut on T's Crates Records with the glittering "Twilight EP" loaded with two equally massive four-to-the-floor re-imaginations of classic cuts. First up we have the vibrant The Beat-Trayers rework of "Twilight zone / twilight tone" by The Manhattan Transfer dating back to 1980. Next up is a splendid interpretation of "Beginnings" by Chicago (from their 1979 album "Chicago Transit Authority") coming complete with stellar renditions by Morttimer Snerd III and Belizian Voodoo Priest.
Traxx Pick: Clementson "In the name of Jazz" (Soulstice Music Promo)
We are closing this weeks update with the latest offering from Soulstice Music the debut release by Umberto Clementson Di Meo titled "In the name of Jazz". To make it short, this masterly orchestrated instrumental production oozing with an uplifting truly glamorous jazz house feel is not to be missed. Not to forget to mention the superb remixes by Mark Di Meo and Marc Cotterell.