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3 May 2012

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FUNKY STREET SOULFUL SELECTION

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Due to time constraints I’ve been unable to do my usual ‘pick of the week’ however I’m going to do my best to bring you a round up of quality cuts on a monthly basis featuring some of the tracks which I personally think need special praise, so here goes (in no particular order). Luv […]

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21 June 2011

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FUNKY STREET WEEKLY PICK 19 June 2011

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Miranda Nicole – Kissing You (Tea Party Music) This track first surfaced in 2010 on BambooSounds and this time around it’s Ian Fridays Tea Party Music that provides us with the release. Remixes from Boddhi Satva, Duce Martinez and Ian Friday himself breathe new life into the excellent vox from Miranda Nicole. No disrespect to […]

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10 May 2011

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FUNKY STREET WEEKLY PICK 8-May-11

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Deep Hustlers feat.Tanya Michelle – I Don’t Know (Map Dance) Swiss label Map Dance have been around for nearly a decade now and release all manner of house styles; deep, electro, tech, progressive and more recently they have headed down the soulful path as their sound has matured with time. The original which was released […]

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19 April 2011

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FUNKY STREET WEEKLY PICK 17 April 2011

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 C.9ine feat. Kholi – Chasing (AtJazz Record Company) Martin Iveson has to be congratulated for this astute release on his fine imprint AtJazz Record Company. In it’s original mix (vocal aside) this track does very little for me despite C.9ine being one of the biggest names in Afro-House it’s just not my bag. However when […]

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11 April 2011

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FUNKY STREET WEEKLY PICK 10-April-11

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Richard Earnshaw feat. Imogen Ryall – Cry Me A River (Groovefinder Records) Culled from Earnshaw’s debut album “In Time” and afforded a clutch of brand new remixes comes this cover of the 1950’s Julie London Jazz classic “Cry Me A River”. Imogen’s rendition works effortlessly with the modern grooves across the whole package and is […]

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