Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Recommended Listening

First released in 2008 and back once again as part of the "Deep Rooted" album sampler from Foliage Records, Someday has a deeper vibe and uplifting vocal snippets. This time around Soulfuric and Traxsource's Brian Tappert puts his spin on proceedings with a little extra oomph in the percussion that's going to get many a floor moving. Available now on Traxsource!

Sunday, 18 March 2018


Heading back to 2011 for this one on Guess Records. Spiritchaser deliver a tasteful interpretation of the classic Sueno Latino that some of us remember from the heady days of 1989.

Frisky Rhythms Episode 18-06

Here's the podcast of last weekend's show (broadcast on Saturday 10th March). The show starts off on a deeper tip than usual before introducing the usual soulful and uplifting vibes I tend to go for more often than not. You can listen live at 5pm each and every Saturday at or via the Tune In app on your smart device.

Mas Bien (Original Mx) by Lolu Menayed
Memories (Sir LSG Main Mix) by Sir LSG ft Kafele & Jaidene Veda
Too Young To Die (Rhemi remix) by Jamiroquai
The Spell by Groove Assassin
Inside My Soul (Mark Di Meo Remix) by Groove Junkies ft Solomon Henderson
Cold (Terry Hunter Club Remix) by Ralphi Rosario ft Donna Blakely
Don't Nobody by Harlum Muziq ft Tobirus Mozelle
Open Up (The Journey Men Remix) by The Layabouts
Higher Ground (Francesco Cofano Remix) by Stevie Wonder
Funk 2gether by Deeplomatik & Pan Majestic
Behind Closed Doors (J Paul Getto Remix) by Demarkus Lewis ft E-Man

Wednesday, 14 March 2018

Recommended Listening

MoreHouse is a label that I've followed since its inception back in the summer of 2002. Their latest release finds Groove Junkies collaborating with Opolopo whose unique energetic vibes have been working dancefloors all over the world for several years. The combination works perfectly, creating a sound that infuses both artists' signatures. Rather than me going on with my typical over explanation, I've included the sound sample so you can listen for yourself. Available now on Traxsource.


Heading back to 1993, has it really been 25 years already? This time I've picked out a remix that Pete Heller and Terry Farley produced under their Fire Island moniker. They take a fairly dreary release from New Order and transform it into a club classic that worked for me time after time back in the day.

Sunday, 11 March 2018

Frisky Rhythms Episode 18-05

Here's the podcast of last weekend's show which as usual features a diverse blend of house music that's designed to get those toes tapping at the very least. Hope you enjoy the tunes. You can listen live at 5pm each and every Saturday at or via the Tune In app on your smart device.

Downtown by Man Go Funk & Ryan Briggs (City Soul Project)
The World To Me (You Are) (Phaze Dee Dub) by Montana, Stewart & Nortier ft Stephanie Cooke
Alabama Groove (Original Mix) by Jo Paciello
Sky Walking by BONJ
It Doesn't Really Matter by SEK
Serenata De Amore (Voce A Linda Vocal) by Dee Jay Sound
Be Lifted (Original Mix) by Demarkus Lewis ft Angel-A
Heat (Opolopo Remix) by Rapson ft Nathan Thomas
2morrow (Original Mix) by Reelsoul
Rhode Works (Revised) by Prefix One ft Clint Gee

Saturday, 3 March 2018

Frisky Rhythms Episode 18-04

Here's the podcast of last weekend's radio show, (broadcast on Saturday 26th February). This episode features a blend of deep, soulful and funky house vibes. You can listen live each and every Saturday at or via the Tune In app on your smart device.


Addiction (Spoken Mix) by Souldynamic ft Rich Medina
Rhythm Touch by Miguel Migs
Love Yourself (Sean McCabe Main Vocal Mix) by Nathan Adams ft Sabrina Joy
Bring It Up (DJ Spen & Gary Hudgins Remix) by Yass ft Inaya Day
Don't You Worry (DJ Spen & Reelsoul Remix) by The Joi-Fuhl ft ShezAr
Stairway To Heaven (Nigel Lowis 10th Street Remix) by Randy Roberts ft Richard Burton
Jass & Groove (Original Mix) by Jo Paciello
Larry's Jam (Cleptomaniacs Mix) by John Julius Knight
Rock The Mic by Mousse T ft TAZ & Inaya Day
Stars by John Julius Knight
Don't Let Love by Paul Rudder & Hurlee