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  You all have heard a couple of tracks from Funk Hunk on previous episodes of my show. If you’ve paid attention to those episodes it’s easy to hear why I go nuts over the Hunk’s releases and even get a little gitty whenever he has a free download release on his[…]

  Amsterdam’s disco crate digger, Laura Stavinoha, has re-worked a little magic Unlimited Touch’s classic, “I Hear Music In The Streets.” You’ll hear an extended intro that faints the famous bassline, making it perfect for transitioning and keeping a smooth groove for the dance floor. In fact, the synths don’t even[…]

  Whiskey Disco veteran Pontchartrain has dug a little deep into his crates to edit this classic italo disco jam from Kano. I have to admit, this edit is pretty stellar and would make a perfect compliment as your cruising beachside in an 80’s T-Top Trans Am or 300ZX. In order[…]

  I’m a little late to the game on this one. To my credit, I just now discovered that there is another great funk/soul/disco editor in the beautiful country of Italy. This particular gent goes by the name of DJ Mila and he’s got a whole host of treats and goodies[…]

If you follow the history of Prince’s music and the artists that he’s influenced, you’ll probably tell by listening to The Time’s final release that tensions were starting to mount between Morris Day and the Purple One. The group did break up in 1984 but not before they released Ice Cream[…]

  I think I’m going to continue on with that Minneapolis sound I was doing before I left on my honeymoon. I’ve dug through some more of my vinyl, going back in time, to bring out The Time. As I was saying in a previous post, if you are not familiar[…]

Here’s Morris Day shining and his crew The Time doing what they do best, funk stuff up. If you’re not familiar with “Jungle Love” please go watch the classic movie “Purple Rain,” come back to the site, and read up on my Minneapolis sound posts. You will then want to add[…]

It seems that French re-editors MikeAndTess | SoundCloud have been hit with the SoundCloud ban hammer recently and it sucks for them and a lot of the folks who haven’t had the chance to listen to their work yet. However, one their recent edit of Lakeside’s, most arguably famous jam,  Fantastic[…]