What makes music so appealing as a whole is without a single doubt the variety of its genres. So rather than focusing on one or a couple of them as most oftenly seen elsewhere, we’ve decided to go way further.
The advantage is supposed to be multiple. Recapturing the versatility of Black Music and in the meantime (a part of) its long history. But also giving it a different perspective for (hopefully) a better understanding.
Blues, Gospel, Jazz, Soul, but also Afro or Latin are among the countless moods and influences which have paved its way since day 1. As many elements which form the core of genres such as Funk, Disco, House, Broken Beat and more.
This is pretty much what you’ll find on these shores…
Also remembered for ‘Serious’, Serious Intention delivering their debut-single – ‘You Don’t Know’ – back in 1984. An hybrid blending electronic, Dub and Funk vibes, standing among the missing links between Disco and House Music… [Read More…]
Competing for supremacy with Chic, Jacques Fred Petrus and Mauro Malavasi delivered some of the most boiling gems in the history of Disco/Funk. Such as the somehow underrated ‘Starlette’ by the likes of The B.B. & Q. Band back in 1981… [Read More…]
Joey Negro comin’ up with a serious contender for supremacy this Summer with a totally reconstructed version of his 1999 ‘Must Be The Music’ classic. And you know what? This is exactly what it says… [Read More…]
The O’Jays reachin’ one of their peaks back in 1973 with ‘Now That We Found Love’. A seminal gem wich many artists covered, from B.T. Express to Heavy D & The Boyz. Not to mention Third World… [Read More…]
American songstress Alison Crockett makin’ proof of a rare delicacy on her vocal performance of the soothin’ and groovy ‘Crossroads’ as remixed in absolute fine style by DJ Spinna back in 2004… [Read More…]