Thursday, 4 January 2018

Frisky Rhythms Episode 17-23

This is the final show of the year and was broadcast on 16th December 2017.

Momentum (Ziggy Phunk Remix) by Soulpersona
Love Does Exist (One 51 Remix) by Relevant Soul ft Ashley
We Can Change The World by Dutchican Soul ft Andrea Love
Break Down The Floor (Club Mix) by U-Ness & Jedset
Policy Of Truth (Cranky owls Remix) by Depeche Mode
Pacemaker by Platzdasch & Dix
Organ Ride (David Fiorese Remix) by Peppe Citarella & David Fiorese
Give It Up (Kings of Soul Vocal Mix) by Vitorrio Santorelli ft Cinnamon Brown
Talkin' Bout by Saison
Met U Yet (DJ Spen Remix) by Jayclectic ft Dana Weaver
Underground House (Jamie Lewis Underground Mix) by The Track Minister

Wednesday, 29 November 2017

Frisky Rhythms Episode 17-22

This episode was first broadcast on Saturday 12th November

Back To You by Ross Couch
TKL (This Kind of Love) (Shane D Remix) by Rightside ft Marcia Marcial
Mood (Booker T Soulful Mix) by July
Secrets (Extended Classic Mix) by Husky ft Shyam P
From Within (Groove Junkies & Reelsoul Mo Hump Mix) by Groove Junkies & Reelsoul ft Mijan
No Drama by Groove Assassin
Do It (Terry Hunter Main Mix) by Emmaculate ft Kaye Fox
Come On Praise Him (Terrence Parker Gospel Heritage Mix) by Vonita White
Stay (The Layabouts Vocal Mix) by The Layabouts ft Imaani
In The Sky (Main Mix) by Rhemi ft Leon Dorrill
DJ Beat That Shhh by Mike Dunn presents MD X-Spress

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

Frisky Rhythms Episode 17-21

This episode was broadcast on Saturday 28th October 2017

I Love This Place by 3 AM
City Streets 25 (DJ Spen Impressions In Asphalt Mix) by Brutha Brasil & Mark Francis
Think (About It) (Spen & Thommy's Summer of Dub Mix) by Barbara Tucker
Feels Like Love (Earl Tutu, John Khan & DJ Spen Vocal Remix) by Newman ft Stephanie Cooke
You Change My World (Jamie Lewis Classic Mix) by Jamie Lewis ft Marc Evans
Strong Love (Jonny Montana Deepfloor Vocal Remix) by Darryl D'Bonneau
Peace You'll Find by Lady Alma
No Good For Me (Main Mix) by Rhemi ft Louise Golby
Do It (Original Mix) by Felipe Avelar ft Dafunkeetomato
Shine Your Light (Main Mix) by Prefix One ft Andrae Meoldy Palmer

Frisky Rhythms Episode 17-20

This episode was broadcast on Saturday 16th September 2017.

Feel The Same by Sebb Junior
Disco Girl by UPZ ft Jocelyn Mathieu
If We Let Go Tonight (Extended) by Random Soul
Let's Go (Original Mix)by Randy Peterson
Raise It Up (DJ Spen & Gary Hudgins Remix) by Mario Bianco & Master Polo ft The Blue Gospel Singers
Forceful Rhythm (T'chida) (Original Edit) by Madjik
She Dont Know (DJ Fudge Remix) by Dave Anthony ft Richard Anthony Davis
It Can Be (West Mix) by Sean McCabe ft Mr. V
Keep Looking At Me (DJ Spen, Earl Tutu, & John Khan Remix) by Clare Conlon & DJ Queen B
Music (Earl Tutu & John Khan Smooth Groove Mix) by JoioDJ ft Wondress
Without Me (Ron Trent’s Music And Power Mix) by Tevo Howard ft Tracey Thorn

Sunday, 10 September 2017

Movin' Records Launches Digitally

As someone who's old enough to remember the early days of the house scene, Movin' Records is a label I was already familiar with having purchased a few of their releases on vinyl back in the day. It's great to see their catalogue of music which includes some absolute gems finally getting a digital release. No doubt it will help expose some of those tunes to a new, younger audience who weren't lucky enough to experience the music first hand. For the uninitiated, the label's discography includes tracks and mixes from leading lights such as Kerri Chandler, Tony Humphries Boyd Jarvis and Blaze amongst many others and became synonymous with the distinctive New Jersey Garage sound. Check out a few of the many great releases below:

Monday, 4 September 2017

Blast From The Past - Jetlag

It's difficult to believe that it's been fifteen years since this surfaced on vinyl on the prolific (at the time) Soulfuric Trax. The weapon of choice for me was always the Axwell & BT Essence Dub which also featured recently on the Jazz'n'Groove Housemasters release on Defected.

Sir LSG Long Player Review

Sir LSG - Moving Circles [GoGo Music]

The latest release from Ralf GUM's GoGo Music is the eagerly anticipated long player from South Africa's Sir LSG. There's an emphasis on musicianship and artistry that doesn't rely on any gimmicks or clich├ęd sounds. High on the originality stakes, the music makes no attempt to sound like anything you've heard from anyone else nor does it make reference to specific influences. You can expect a soulful journey tinged with jazzy vibes and underpinned with gentle but gnawing African rhythms. Every single one of the vocalists deliver performances that sit beautifully into the productions, oozing with soul and emotion while the rhythms persuade you to move your hips and tap your toes (at the very least). As a project, the album has taken four years to reach fruition an trust me it's worth great value for every single minute that's been spent lovingly crafting each of the tracks.

Moving Circles is out now and available to buy now through Traxsource and selected other digital music stores. Check out samples of each of the tracks in the embedded player below.

Reviewed by Dean Serafini