Don't miss out on this weeks eclectic update...
Charles Dockins "Whistle scat scream" (Jazzu Records Promo)
Legendary Charles 'CDock' Dockins has been on fire in recent months, and he continues to deliver nothing but the best in soulful house music with "Whistle scat scream". Beyond any question, this fantastic sun drenched production oozing with Charles Dockins one-of-a-kind vocal stylings, sumptuous keys and intriguing percussive rhythms will set the dance floor on fire...
Earl W Green "Charlene" (Makin' Moves Promo)
Esteemed South African vocalist Earl W Green is back on Makin Moves with the outstanding "Charlene" coming you way in interpretations by Mark Francis and V.Underground. Without any doubt, both Mark Francis and V.Underground have been pulling out all the stops to bless us with timeless verily soulful renditions, letting you enjoy Earl W Green's unmatched haunting vocals in full glory.
Stephanie Cooke & Diephuis featuring Han Litz "Beautiful life" (Jihad Muhammad Remix)(KingStreet Records Promo)
In spring of 2011, we were celebrating the marvelous "Beautiful life" by Diephuis (Barend-Jan Beljaars) which features legendary house music diva Stephanie Cooke on vocal duty, in the following years KingStreet Records graced us with stellar remixes by Mark Di Meo and Will 'ReelSoul' Rodriguez. Now this unforgettable gem returns in magnificent remixes by Jihad Muhammad who introduces grand jazzy keys, ethereal pads and a smooth yet captivating organic backdrop.
Blast from the Past: Sandy Barber "I think I'll do some stepping (on my own)" (Remixes)(BBE Music Promo)
Vinyl afficionados be ready for the first ever 12" vinyl release of the indisputably towering and downright ingenious Opolopo and John Morales remixes of Sandy Barber's soul filled all-time disco gem "I think I'll do some stepping (on my own)" (taken from her legendary "The best is yet to come" album dating back to 1978) to be released through BBE Music in late September. Make sure to pre-oder to not miss out on your copy...
The BAANGBROTHERS featuring OVEOUS "Actin up" (Ocha Records Promo)
Nothing but unadulterated afro house dance floor goodness awaits on you on this latest offering from Ocha Records by The BAANGBROTHERS aka Coflo and Tomahawk Bang. In short, the hypnotizing "Actin' up" using inexorably thumpin' rhythms as foundation for enticing synth stabs and the unique thought provoking spoken word poetry by OVEOUS is sure to send the dancers into a frenzy.
The Journey Men featuring Mike City "For the culture" (Groove Assassin Remix)(Good Vibrations Music Promo)
Hot on the heels of the superb Sean McCabe & Black Sonix remixes of the uplifting "For the culture" by UK production/DJ duo The Journey Men (Ben Coppin & Miggs Harris) (originally released back in 2018) follow these super dope underground-esque dub workouts by Groove Assassin fusing the unmistakable deep-rooted vocals of of Mike City with bodacious keys and irresistibly pulsating rhythms.
Pour le Connaisseur: Natalie Duncan featuring Lauren Marshall " Found myself" (Fallen Tree 1Hundred Promo)
Don't miss out on the incredible "Found myself" by London-based singer, songwriter and acclaimed pianist Natalie Duncan, a masterly crafted slice of contemporary soul/r&b featuring a guest appearance by rapper Lauren Marshall. What makes this a standout release is the jaw-dropping up-tempo broken beat rework by WheelUP sure to send shivers down your spine through the luscious keys and vibrant rhythms.
Traxx Pick: Diephuis "Free your mind" (Diephuis Records Promo)
We are closing this weeks update with the forthcoming release by Dutchman Diephuis (Barend-Jan Beljaars) entitled "Free your mind", an absolutely mesmerizing underground-esque track guaranteed to take over dance floor around the globe by storm thanks to the deep relentlessly stompin' rhythms, phat keys, tantalizing chord progressions and wicked male vocal sprinkles.