Driving with an intoxicating sense of organised chaos, Manuel Muzzu’s album 3-Ree is an organic jazz-fest of bass-led, hi-hat-soaked funk and instrumental soul.
A welcomed touch of organic funk and soul is just what we need when times are tough and the weather’s letting us down. Throw in a conceptual story-line that inspires unity and optimism, and you’ve got an easy hit. Stunning vocals meet with a gorgeously colorful soundscape of live instruments for this fresh single from … Continued
This natural set-up, these finely tuned performances – we’re all missing the live scene and the festivals right now. Fortunately, Get Down & Funk is here to do its absolute best to fill the gap. Enjoy.
S-E-R-E-N-A is a jam, a great rhythm and classic ambiance, natural instrumentation and easy to visualize in a live setting.
A joyful hit of organic funk and some infectious animated dancing is just about the perfect temporary remedy for feelings of isolation – of longing for the festivals and events our summers usually grace us with.
Mateus manages to impress and offer faultlessly appropriate escapism all in one controlled and calming sweep. An artist through and through, and a project well worth relaxing into.
Creative producer and DJ Stan Sitwell drives with a unique fusion of retro tones and contemporary rhythms throughout his notably artistic and impressively vast collection of originals.
A simple song with a pure heart, funky groove, lovely clean production, uplifting message and a beautifully unexpected turn in the road. Gotta love that.
Blissful good vibes meet with a mellow performance approach and a chilled perspective on life overall throughout this fresh EP from San Francisco’s Sifu Bey.
Rarely before has such an aptly titled and worthy project been released at precisely the right time. This one will see you through the remainder of the lockdown, and will likely light up more than a few club nights and festival sets across the board in the near future. Well worth experiencing.
Fantastic songwriting, deeply thoughtful and topically on point, from a band who consistently write classics.
Red Alert is a Publick Safety Announcement, apparently. It’s a fun, frothy and retro sound that explodes out of the speakers and has a zesty kinetic video made to accompany it.