This is a type of perfect 7″ record with two amazing tracks that ya’ll disco/funk/boogie heads would definitely not like to miss in your collection. It shall also please your ears with its audiophile grade mastered sound which you should definitely appreciate if you have a decent equipment at your place.
Records come inside a premium 170 gram glossy paper artwork and a plastic sleeve to protect your instant classic modern funk record!
This is the edition limited to 500 copies so you’d better hurry up (the pre-orders have already started and it’s been selling real fast!) & place your order @ Cadence Records page!
Early September, Germany-based label dropped their 3rd release – Dream On EP by a Karlsruhe native, Bybo – a producer from Germany. First Touch lent a hand here with some mixing/post production and put their glossy stamp on most of the cuts.
This 6 track EP travels with ease through the spectrums of Modern Funk, Boogie, New Jack Swing & G-Funk and is definitely must have for the fans of all the above genres: “you get a mixture of fat synth bass, jazzy chords and mellow strings. The end result is a mix that ranges between 80s Funk and Gfunk. Besides this you can recognize elements of New Jack Swing, clearly in the track “Superintelligence” with features such as specific chords mixed with 80s synth sounds”.
A new record released by Diggy Down Recordz is scheduled to get released on 6th July and pre-orders has already started. This time it’s Boogie Funk 12″ 45T Maxi vinyl single by the female singer Rene Rose “Number One” / “Dance Floor”, each side of which consisting of 2 tracks: vocal + instrumental version. What make it even more special is that the press is limited to 100 copies only and they’re all numbered so it won’t take much time for this record to become sold out like it was the case with their preceding release of 100 copies Enois Scroggins – Steppin Out / What Can I Do 12″ which got sold out pretty much fast.
Described as “an audiovisual production and performance duo” from Mexico, Shiro Schwarz is truly a complete multimedia experience. The bright, 64-bit aesthetics of their visual style are a perfect compliment to their synth-heavy tunes, which blend elements of boogie funk, synth-pop, and new wave, while wrapping it all in an air of digital mystery, which lends deeply to the allure of their sound.
Ya’ll may cop this record at MoFunk Bandcamp, they have already started shipping them all over the world.
For all the funkateers this is the not the release to miss: today is the day for many of us – The Funky Drive Band releases French Kiss’ Craziness EP in vinyl format on Boogie Foxx Records & Tapes. For those who don’t know, this is not the first record by this funk group: 2011 was the year that they released their full length album Dance or Die (which is out of print & a very rare now) and in 2014 they came up with the Maxi 12″ Single – Funky Drive’z Me Crazy.
Unlike Dance or Die LP, which was entirely produced by Kâshif Kroch’, the current project is an introduction of the other composers/producers of the band, Jenny Lord (synth player of the band who composed “Lost Generation” song for the compilation Weird Jam Project), Alan Push (keyboard player of the band) and Omar (bass player of the band).