Raymond Dickerson keeps classic funk and soul alive in one mighty swoop with this single Dixie. Bringing together raw vocals, an infectious rhythm, and a rock and roll edge that emerges during the latter half, the song offers a whole host of musical perks that work wonderfully in uplifting and energizing the room. 

FunkSoul

It feels, to me, like the long walk through the Las Vegas casino or hotel – mellow at first, slowly getting stranger & more colourful, eventually veering off down some chaotic hallway where all sorts of impossible wonders are in action. 

FunkInstrumentalJazz

The Stone MG’s have exemplified the grip of addiction on this latest single, and what a song – perfectly highlighting the conflict addicts experience between the sweet lure of their chosen vice & the freedom of walking away.

FunkRockSoul

The bass, the vocals, the soul, the rhythm – everything just works in the way that you’d hope this genre would. The band offer a clear love for & connection to the music they make, which in turn creates something you can rely upon & turn to whenever you need it.

Electro PopFunk

As far as pop songs go, this is precisely the kind of piece you could expect to hear on various mainstream radio stations – the familiarity, the memorable nature of the hook, the concept and this underlying idea of togetherness; it all breathes life and optimism into the scene.

FunkPop

A band who seemed poised on the cusp of super-stardom before things fell apart in the late 1970’s – they sound invigorated by another turn at getting their music out there.

Funk