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Kicking off this weeks show with one of my own blends, as I toughen up a much sampled Bill Conti tune before heading into a touch of oldschool grooves. A bunch of new releases also makes the cut including a great new 45 from Milan based production outfit Cross Roads who do a fantastic cover version of an old Candy Bowman classic from 1981. In a similar vein is the new release from Melbourne's Sugarz who dropped a new single this week produced by Benny Badge. There is a heap of new Hip Hop from the likes of Slum Village,…
More classic joints in this weeks episode, skirting around the edges of Hip Hop with the Brand Nubian anthem Punks Jump Up To Get Beat Down before heading into a soulful groove with the recently re-released 45 of of Milton Wrights Keep It Up. Towards the end of the show I feature the new disco anthem from Aeroplane and Bleu Toucan.
Classic material this week as I delve into the crates and pull out a much requested show of seventies and eighties Soul, Funk, and Boogie - With a dash of Disco and House towards the end, which makes this episode the perfect start to your weekend. Back to the new releases next episode.
It's been an absolutely huge month of new releases, and in this episode I catch up on some of the great material that has surfaced including new albums from Crazy P, Snoop Dog, and Raekwon - Plus new singles from Ameriie, Jill Scott, Tensnake, De La Soul, Chemical Brothers featuring Q Tip, plus a new Lionbabe track produced by DJ Premier - all in the usual mixtape style
So I've had a few weeks off.. You know, the usual life stuff that tends to get in the way of doing a weekly radio show. Hopefully this episode makes up for the delay. A heap of new music and classic joints on offer this episode, featuring the return of Grand Puba (of Brand Nubian fame) who drops quite a sullen offering from his forthcoming long player. It's a teaser but hits all the right spots.
This week Groove Therapy gets soulful, kicking off with a wonderful acoustic version of Ledisi's 'I Blame You' which really packs a punch towards the end. I sample a little gospel from Kirk Franklin,and go all the way disco with Gloria Scott. New releases from the reflex who carves up Deee-Lite, A massive new disco bomb from Chic, A funky little 45 from J Zone, and things get hot with a new club monster from Moonbootica.