Always doing in funky.
‘Seems so long’ is one of the most genre bending tracks by Stevie. Enjoy the rich synth arrangement by Stevie and the synth programming by Robert Margouleff in this seemingly tempo-less sound scape.
Promising funkateer matmatix is always laying down gangsta shit. Ride.
Pure class in this 1983 release by Surface on New York based record label Salsoul Records.
YouTube hooks it up with rare grooves. Check this refreshingly easy track by Japanese Soul producer Tatsuro Yamashita.
Great feel good track I’ve been listen to a lot lately.
Lately, I’ve been sharing a lot of older funk from the 80′s but on that modern tip, I have something new for y’all. This track ‘Want You Need You’ by Matt Miller was released in 2012 by Juicy Tunes on “Sunrise Blend 2.” Enjoy the simplistic arrangement of lush synths. This track just works so well and is effective in exactly the way it’s meant to be. Do be surprised if you grow jheri curl by the end of this one : )
Slapper from Stockton, CA dating back to 1986.
My first ounce of Keni Burke soulful goodness was on 98.1 FM a classic Bay Area R&B station. “Risin’ to the top” was the name of the track that came over the waves. For a good while, I had forgot about this guy but while I was scouring my mp3 library I found his name and decided to search him oh youtube thinking he has to have some deep cuts. Turns out, this little 7″ came out on Expansion records in 2011. Anyone know when it was originally recorded?