Lovely Day (Nirobi edit) Jill Scott remixed by Rob Luis - Ra...
Inside (Dorfmeister vs. Uptigh... The Funky Lowlifes - Radio edit
Catching zeds Burdy (aka Baby Mammoth) - Radio ed...
Time Wasters Dual Control - Radio edit
Homebase (Vienna Vista Sexual ... dZihan & Kamien remixed by UFO - Ra...
Cutee Deadbeats - Radio edit
Pacific Memories Phenomenom - Radio edit
Sporeprint New Channel - Radio edit
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The groove I work was first revealed to me by Massive Attack's "Blue Lines" and the albums of Portishead ... I remember, in the days before we could be buying music on the internet, driving to the next big town north of me to get the new Portishead album, because I was already besotted by "Dummy". I think the most astonishing thing about this music, at the time, was that it seemed to have been made *for me*.
Since that time, the hunt's been on for work of similar quality, and music has been good to me in this regard, as this show demonstrates, bringing together masterworks from across the years: Deadbeats, The Funky Lowlifes, dZihan & Kamien, Gramatik, Burdy, Aromabar all shine with that same low inner funky glow. Listen and you may come to understand the reason for my devotion.
Recent works, even when they stray into new sonic territory, do not disappoint: Lana del Rey, Jill Scott remixed by Robert Luis of Tru Thoughts, and Dual Control from the Grand Central folks all hold their own in this illustrious company and fully satisfy your groove requirements. Closing down the show with spacious sonics is New Channel, a fresh release from the fine folks at Upstairs Recordings (and a grateful nod to Monta for hooking us up.)