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 No.31915

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 No.31917

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4hero - Two Pages (1998)
>broken beat, future jazz, d&b, soul, funk
>Following 1998s underground classic Mercury Prize winning Two Pages was never going to be easy task. On this 2001 album, rather than retread the breakbeat patterns of the last album, they have built an album of future jazz and broken beat experiments, with an eclectic and expansive array of vocalists. Expanding on earlier breaks based art, the pair implemented an impressive array of instrumentation to complement their root expertise.
https://www.discogs.com/4-Hero-Two-Pages/release/9937

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isKtcbV9DJk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=vLTXPlHq5XE

https://mega.nz/#!GbwUSDYT!ZY_PVDufBs5FNaMGxxzwT0CybdP5eWJ94bhI5WhCG48

 No.31918

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4 Hero ‎– Creating Patterns (2001)
>broken beat, future jazz, soul, downtempo
4 Hero are obviously wizards in the studio; the production values and sounds they create are sterling. Creating Patterns is noodle jazz for head-nodders. Tuff, funky, soulful music with a very contemporary approach - looking behind and to the present musically to create future landscapes.
https://www.discogs.com/4-Hero-Creating-Patterns/release/17110

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzP8bVMaRCs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5Nh2VLdhxs

https://mega.nz/#!rXw0lJza!ai2MjkrnTyBcJ6NFzhnLa6Cjgt4K2LVwaVCE0XNmQsM

 No.31919

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4hero - Play With The Changes (2006)
>broken beat, future jazz, soul, downtempo
This new album clearly showed that despite the fact that they were gone for six years (since 2001), they were not the least bit rusty. The tracks were hot like an Indian summer. This was an exciting classical neo-soul rhythm-type of an album that true music fans will enjoy. It combines deep creativity and originality from several different cultures to result in this hot fiery collection.
https://www.discogs.com/4hero-Play-With-The-Changes/release/850333

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4xY7WoZyP4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iV6_l6P7LjY

https://mega.nz/#!OOAhFBhK!2rj-ew6bOYAe__UcHpBXVqSBV59wDjslXzx_JUnNbow

 No.31920

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Smoove + Turrell ‎– Antique Soul (2009)
>breaks, future jazz, soul, funk
The debut album "Antique Soul" Raw and retro with a rich deep story-telling vein Smoove & Turrell release their emotional debut album, "Antique Soul". Opening a different musical door, it's old dusty feel mixed with fresh contemporary edge.
https://www.discogs.com/Smoove-Turrell-Antique-Soul/release/1772703

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwnTr6bPf_A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUd4OtZm_vw

https://mega.nz/#!eT5ExKTY!2D1Jgog2oynAqPfvEecIXOzPj52ZRV8F-6BlTRh8ShE

 No.31921

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Smoove + Turrell ‎– Eccentric Audio (2011)
>breaks, futurre jazz, soul, Northern funk
The North East’s funkiest are back with their second offering, Eccentric Audio. Building on the success of 2009’s Antique Soul, the duo show no sign of a sophomore slump. They take their Toon roots and mix in electronic sounds and old-school funky soul to brighten your bleak, cloudy pre-summer days.
https://www.discogs.com/Smoove-Turrell-Eccentric-Audio/release/3001845

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndSuoHOXrgM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46DfGQoEpsw

https://mega.nz/#!zOwxFbLC!gTvg9uFcyynkEs-04ImazayE7_fl1RaZg4DPVYVT2EE

 No.31922

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Smoove + Turrell ‎– Broken Toys (2014)
>breaks, future jazz, soul, funk, modern blues, disco
Smoove and Turrell have become renowned for their array of blues, jazz, funk & soul tracks and married with the sparkling pop and disco influenced floor stompers on ‘Broken Toys’, Turrell’s sleek, soulful vocals and Smoove’s funky, northern soul production, this album is a delight from start to finish.
https://www.discogs.com/Smoove-Turrell-Broken-Toys/release/5805683

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FK4K6fmuD14
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-3Pe1eob5A

https://mega.nz/#!DCQgmT6B!Emzl1l9-QwPyAmGZ9exEnpp0KYcwm52g6MYyR-IOqTY

 No.31923

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Smoove + Turrell ‎– Crown Posada (2016)
>breaks, funk, soul, jazzdance
Another exceptional album from one of the North East's best kept secrets - but who are, thankfully, breaking through all over! An excellent cover of an Errol Brown song (Could have been a Lady) along with all new material form the duo make this as sharp, funky and soulful as anything they have done.
https://www.discogs.com/Smoove-Turrell-Crown-Posada/release/9246705

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dq3Ag5KTS6E
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fh3SgFk3in4

https://mega.nz/#!nX5kzSDZ!IzMS3yXAn6GNsStW9ktCyowE2mJqAU1g0AX-PC57dmk

 No.31924

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Smoove ‎– Dead Men's Shirts (2004)
>breaks, acid jazz, future jazz, soul
This album is quality. There's so much diversity that there's never the opportunity to be bored of any of the tracks and is exactly the sort of album you can wack on and not have to touch the stereo until it finishes. All sorts of styles are successfully covered and manipulated in Smoove's own unique way.
https://www.discogs.com/Smoove-Dead-Mens-Shirts/release/1677761

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5Z5SWEoxFs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mu3B6xmMzPQ

https://mega.nz/#!CTByzKpb!Sws2oDOFiRfZWavi00m0u-105EB6x1_M0CGviaOwom8

 No.31925

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Smoove ‎– Gravy: Remixes & Rarities (2007)
>soul jazz, broken beat, funk, grooves, remixes
A great eclectic mix of remixes with Smooves modern production twists. Not a bad track on this diverse collection of Gems.
https://www.discogs.com/Smoove-Gravy-Remixes-Rarities/release/981764

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9viPN8XrBc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGo01lDvDTg

https://mega.nz/#!KHAnSLYZ!HBvlcWUrF0ifDSuF7cj6A3RZDkkJujE73j7Qjg_jrc0

 No.31926

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Smoove ‎– First Class (2012)
>breaks, hip hop, soul, funk, jazzdaance, broken beat
The crystallization of the Big Beat revolution. This late release contains some masterworks among the finest remixes ever committed to wax. No one is as good at natural-sounding drum programming as DJ Smoove. The pop smarts are in full display, across the fake bossa nova of "The Juju Orchestra," the nu-jazz rework of the New Mastersounds, but especially "Da Wiesel- Boogaloo Stomp," which should have been the party smash of all-time.
https://www.discogs.com/Smoove-First-Class/release/9531675

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGJ1bOZ-bg0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jexhDbcXb0U

https://mega.nz/#!maAxkRTJ!5K6_syyi37BGedBfKUEdvu116c_5Jh-VXokDr6AF2Zg

 No.31927

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Smoove - A Little Soul (2013)
>funk, soul, breaks, remixes
Wack is back with this double sided limited 7" release. Side A features a tight colloboration between Smoove & Suonho Reworking The Queen of Soul into a soulfull drum frenzied workout named "A Little Soul". Smoove gets a grip on side B with a certain twisted version of the classic "Summertime" that gets flipped up and droped on its head!
https://www.discogs.com/Smoove-Suonho-A-Little-Soul-Summertime/release/5044870

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6W4SKuwtaK8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5U7jjPuV6sg

https://mega.nz/#!rDBgWZoQ!waeJDN1UEFdgIwHY3aq10vD5EdNKNScsNPIUQy_Vd7E

 No.31928

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Dr. Rubberfunk ‎– The First Cut (2003)
>breaks, jazzdance, funk, soul
Superbly put together, and every track is fresh and funky in it's own individual way, definately no fillers here, with it's bass lines, beats, atmosphere and just plain funkyness perfect if you like funky, jazzy, hip hoppy type music.
https://www.discogs.com/Dr-Rubberfunk-The-First-Cut/release/199849

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCp2XfW9otE&list=
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGaAWP57-Hs

https://mega.nz/#!OCREWK5R!mdq1eYethE8NezAiJmDPCWCwFLJ9Myy5eWRXPfC-ARw

 No.31929

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Dr. Rubberfunk ‎– My Life At 33 (2006)
>breaks, funk, soul, bossa nova, jazzdance, broken beat
Refreshing and crisp, Rubberfunk obviously has talent and the art here is not to over complicate matters. We move from Brand New Heavies to Zero 7 with latino mixed in for good measure. Some cracking vocals on the 5 vocal tracks especially Track 2. All in all very impressive and a huge shift from the creditable First Cut album.
https://www.discogs.com/Dr-Rubberfunk-My-Life-At-33/release/922485

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfPIBp0lrbE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TGH_CsdY3EU

https://mega.nz/#!uSRVER5a!aD87pjxVxIRCzU6zyNIw4jfwIWYA8ZIpYZ5AAiXd9lg

 No.31930

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Dr. Rubberfunk ‎– Hot Stone (2010)
>breaks, funk, soul, jazzdance, hip hop
The beauty of Dr Rubberfunk’s 1970s/early-1980s revivalry is that he’s got the confidence – and the ability – to truly go for it. He doesn’t need to stir in too many modernisms, so what we’ve got is something as gloriously and as stupidly in your face as almost anything from those bygone days of funk.
https://www.discogs.com/Dr-Rubberfunk-Hot-Stone/release/2728798

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XZlDFI-lAQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDQd9NUCkMQ

https://mega.nz/#!ibw1EJ4Q!prDoGC-8mHbIL30hRVybyootyivfoKJw9o-0-CRkCxA

 No.31931

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Dego ‎– A Wha' Him Deh Pon? (2011)
>broken beat, future jazz, soul, funk
Dego's debut solo album is a fresh blend of various genres of music, showcasing quality, complexity and finesse. The carefully chosen collaborators bring a rich element to the entire album, reminiscent of 4hero albums, as well as Dego's other works. This is a must have for fans of Dego's work (i.e., 4hero, DKD, 2000Black, Pavel Kostiuk, Silhouette Brown, etc.), both new and old.
https://www.discogs.com/Dego-A-Wha-Him-Deh-Pon/release/2975097

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebEX1OJbrfY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KlPIDhKbV4Q

https://mega.nz/#!nfoDRaiY!ewMGPbyH-IMCugxJ5uh7r2Jb_4GQyasZXEvQkkkeLSk

 No.31932

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Dego ‎– The More Things Stay The Same (2015)
>broken beat, future jazz, neo-soul, funk, jazzdance
For someone whose musical range is so broad, this self-imposed structure is probably a good thing. The album, like a lot of broken beat in general, is simultaneously accessible and almost overwhelmingly dense. The music is upfront, slippery and cluttered, with breathless drum patterns and basslines, but it's also rooted in melody and soulful singing.
https://www.discogs.com/Dego-The-More-Things-Stay-The-Same/release/7058935

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GRmsGaMV00
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFOF1D3XPek

https://mega.nz/#!ODRXBLJB!3t8H1otz5zETzkgIkCEabxXlwCt5EsGU76y_G-T3UD0

 No.31934

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Dego & Kaidi ‎– A So We Gwarn (2017)
>broken beat, future jazz, neo-soul, jazzdance
Dego and Kaidi are the finest practitioners of the soulful, syncopated, jazz-flecked London sound that was first incubated at the now-resurgent Co-Op parties. On A So We Gwarn, Dego and Kaidi's first album together, they delve deeper into a craft they've been refining
https://www.discogs.com/Dego-Kaidi-A-So-We-Gwarn/release/11010413

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmD47qQGSyM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x1ecU35ffog

https://mega.nz/#!2XY2lRxT!2vqmI-VEg2XSgBVOQnhPU9cImHi_Hpl6XedlOBxdgJ0

 No.31935

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Fdel - Audifdelity (2006)
>breaks, funk, hip hop
Funk driven beats and grooves that will have you dancing your ass off. Kind off modern day beats with some old style funk mixed in. Perfect for any party, dancefloor, bedroom, kitchen, wherever you want!
https://www.discogs.com/Fdel-Audiofdelity/release/895033

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mr4L5dIaU4k
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxYfLudNDD8

https://mega.nz/#!6GAV3AAT!JAr9pnK3TZPKAVZ0OOPpORU4I-tbxVFnZfokwo2EdLA

 No.31937

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Flow Dynamics ‎– Flow Dynamics (2007)
>breaks, hip hop, latin, funk, soul
One of Australia’s funkiest exports, Now an obsessive record collector, producer and marine biologist, Dave returns to his Brasilian roots with this bossa workout that has had crowds smiling and dancing across the globe.
https://www.discogs.com/Flow-Dynamics-Flow-Dynamics/release/1241689

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffGkSn7uzVU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8DYPk8R7xc

https://mega.nz/#!qGRxzS4B!3qz66jJQe3rYjxFoABhBrfsaU1gQXkZxmk7h7CxdZSI

 No.31938

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Daytoner - Sunburst Radio (2012)
>breaks, funk, soul, hip hop, latiin jazz, trip hop, downtempo
Encouraged by reactions to early releases, remixes and plays on BBC Radio, Penzance producer Daytoner spent 3 years recording tracks for 'Sunburst Radio' the debut LP on Wass Records, the label of northern funk & soul supremo, Smoove. The LP represents a 55 minute roof-down, retro-ride through Latin, Blues, Jazz, Swing and Motown rhythms, underpinned by dance floor break beats, linked by valve-age voices.
https://www.discogs.com/Daytoner-Sunburst-Radio/release/6792607

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YeV2y0Mov6A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bq06ZxKY0k

https://mega.nz/#!ybZXyZAa!IxwkT8CkJYp9nWJmDgS8z-wEabmKU5yWAhnayPNSgLc

 No.31939

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Erik M ‎– Zygosis (1999)
>musique concrete, turntable music
His first fulltime recording, starts with a witty beat track mixing high-pitched shakespeare monologues over syncopated jazz loops, and quickly convinces you that the deconstruction of stolen sound material (sourced from cabaret, orchestral music, rock, poetry…) can grow into something utterly personal and unique.
https://www.discogs.com/Erik-M-Zygosis/release/282473

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2BmRDXIMlQ

https://mega.nz/#!mOBlhRpZ!G6AvStLnKtwGpKoe6lhNBIGhQHH-1KP1CfZV-DXUhbY

 No.31940

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eRikm ‎– Stème (2008)
>musique concrete, turrntable music
With Stéme, his most ambitious and fully realised compositional work to date, he devolves and recontextualises the boundaries between sound source and sound media.
https://www.discogs.com/eRikm-Stème/release/2474559

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhiYKIsTmbM

https://mega.nz/#!DaxjmRKC!D-fxmmC76gdYl82A-4muM6-zX13rQ_5GIJqaFPSEfos

 No.31941

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eRikm ‎– Doubse Hystérie (2016)
>Sound collage, turntable music
The frame and the fundamental element revolved around immersive listening with a "smartphone" (featuring a GPS) and audio headphones during a train trip across the Arc Jurassien (1). This journey is punctuated by nine (2) sonic pieces based on a meditative time-stretched illusion.
https://www.discogs.com/eRikm-Doubse-Hystérie/release/9701877

https://vimeo.com/159247934

https://mega.nz/#!6eBDiBZC!P2X_GjX_sY0QFN2HINDpOjsFrrUa-zsbk8Pkuoa5C_8

 No.31942

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Martin Tétreault ‎– La Nuit Où J'Ai Dit Non (1997)
>Free improovisation, turntable music
La nuit où j’ai dit non reveals a lesser known aspect of Martin Tétreault’s work. Here, nothing is brutal nor exacerbated; the music is instead ambient, cosmic, electronic… Hovering improvisations which develop through slow rhythms, long crossfades and delicate collages. La nuit où j’ai dit non is an intergalactical opera of space age musique concrète, chock full of details. All of this is the result of 25 LPs revolving on 4 turntables.
https://www.discogs.com/Martin-Tétreault-La-Nuit-Où-JAi-Dit-Non/release/1503685

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXjGwbVlO9o
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ua7QjVq3Kfw

https://mega.nz/#!jLYmUahQ!neJkWddGoqEL_JRuIQ0QeQUMxOMrQBQIcAdcYVm-d_Q

 No.31943

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Martin Tétreault / Kid Koala ‎– Phon-O-Victo (2007)
>free improvisation, abstract, turntable music
Tétreaults brutish soundscapes grounded by gently manipulated finds from Koalas eclectic library. Tétreault unleashes an explosive chaos of brusque vinyl manipulation that dominates the record, subsiding to allow Koalas signature elements; the odd sample from a blues album or a vocal cut from an old instructional record and some breathing space for eclectic nuances.
https://www.discogs.com/Martin-Tétreault-Kid-Koala-Phon-O-Victo/release/1154244

https://mega.nz/#!CfASBLKK!_p5dNe6_KhFYYbCbyhpwuVvkKUhz7-CdDXIFkEUuKJw

 No.31944

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Kid Koala - Live At The Knitting Factory, 2003
>turntablism, hip hop
On tour with Kid Koala performing classics such as Moon River and extended medlleys and interactive fun and games
https://musicbrainz.org/release/09164b8a-3543-4813-8648-df4270d7d67d

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjFi4MHO_go
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-n1-wALn0g

https://mega.nz/#!Ga5yyZQA!Qu8qoCI1XMysmdWERX43W5euJL1nUQeTfr_RBaoEoy0

 No.31945

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Ricci Rucker & Mike Boo ‎– Scetchbook - An Introduction To Scratch Music (2002)
>turntablism, abstract, hip hop
This album revolutionised the idea of what scratch music could be. The only other album to have that much impact was D-Styles’ own debut, Phantazmagorea, and the two are somewhat related – but that’s a story for another time. Ricci and Mike were, and still are, two geniuses of the turntable.
https://www.discogs.com/Ricci-Rucker-Mike-Boo-Scetchbook-An-Introduction-To-Scratch-Music/master/18605

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqAC33G-pcM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ksu9LB49Aho

https://mega.nz/#!OOYSibyL!0fqPVW-yzYwrVlKB-_1jCIyIPYri-kfAjxT2COWUlyg

 No.31946

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DJ Andy Taylor* ‎– El Pantano (2013)
>funk, breaks, trip hop, latin
A known fan of the Caipiriniha, "El Pantano", continues the Latin theme if only in name alone. Taylor forte is taking rare and obscure samples, cutting and scratching them together, then layering live double bass over the top and turning in some seriously fresh jams. This is exactly what we get over the course of the album's 11 tracks, and proves this guy is going places.
https://www.discogs.com/DJ-Andy-Taylor-El-Pantano/release/6326686

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8i5N8Vc7d0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HF3R85l92CM

https://mega.nz/#!mDgUhToY!B-YHw8lM-4VLn3uNWJ8p03Rx4DCfDqB_aA6sNLp5bd8

 No.31949

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Christian Marclay - More Encores (1989)
>turntable music, abstract, sound collage
Marclay starts the Viennese waltz normally then just slides the sound into treacle. Hendrix is plain crazy. Marclay produced this in 1988 - perhaps not THE pioneer of cut up music but he became the master.
https://www.discogs.com/Christian-Marclay-More-Encores/master/61484

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ylh9py3gQtE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7V3_nmQAMNs

https://mega.nz/#!OW5nFBwR!mtiK8TlTN2WLhhZBX3MU2XyR-M6svi6iZtPH6vdpxWs

 No.31950

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Lack Of Afro ‎– My Groove Your Move (2009)
>funk, soul, jazz, grooves
Lack of Afro is a one-man operation, but expands way beyond the usual DJ/sampling core. Adam Gibbons is a multi-instrumentalist who builds beats, then layers up a thickness of bass, synthesisers, Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes electric piano, saxophones and percussion. His musical language is very varied, but its base is the funk, jazz and soul of the 1960s and 70s, as viewed from a dated mid-90s big-beat vantage point.
https://www.discogs.com/Lack-Of-Afro-My-Groove-Your-Move/release/2169092

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSsBxb1Xy3g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Y_ew8E5fvY

https://mega.nz/#!7eoFXZ7L!RidBJ852u1J0NhrNUJSHhI_2RLlaTrx3J1kSrsnzSns

 No.31951

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Lack Of Afro ‎– This Time (2011)
>funk, soul, jazzdance, grooves
Playing live and DJ-ing across the world, producing and remixing everyone from Tom Jones, the Pharcyde, the New Mastersounds through to Kraak & Smaak! In 2011, as well as collaborating on an album project with Eddie Roberts of the New Mastersounds, having also produced and played on the album, Colours by Freestyle label mate Frootful, Adam somehow found time to create what is, without doubt his strongest album yet: This Time
https://www.discogs.com/Lack-Of-Afro-This-Time/release/3087786

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wTUO_Wvf8Y
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDQ4tvAOfp4

https://mega.nz/#!Xa4jXLQR!uVMCAsFb58HGQKbxOW5ShuRTtNzTa2GKPW7HCdvSQi8

 No.31952

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Jamiroquai - The Singles Collection (1994)
>acid jazz, funk, soul, disco
A slightly edited unofficial collection of the grooveiest, funkiest, danciest and most popular hits from the early years of the bands career guaranteed to get you moving.
https://www.discogs.com/Jamiroquai-The-Singles-Collection/master/667052

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vE4VlA_9OrI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4JkIs37a2JE

https://mega.nz/#!fOJHXKLS!UtL33yYx5_he28ET-N7ekOjjBmx72CEBPgCvq4AsZWg

 No.31953

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Deep Dish ‎– George Is On (2005)
>progressive house, pop-house, dowwntempo
The Iranian duo has created a landmark release that could prove to be the defining work of their careers. Despite initially being pigeonholed as deep-house producers, the Washington-based duo have never allowed their music to be dictated by fads or trends; their sound now encompassing a multitude of genres similarly reflecting their varied multi-faceted tastes.
https://www.discogs.com/Deep-Dish-George-Is-On/master/56438

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfoteF96SK8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6xkg7bEAIM

https://mega.nz/#!XGAGyQBY!EjGiKZK-WX_cfhL5Y3P1zawmQeSHdzoj8h1EG7xc9xo

 No.31954

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Ben Westbeech ‎– Welcome To The Best Years Of Your Life (2007)
>broken beat, future jazz, neo-soul, house, downtempo
This man is a true British talent, and should rightfully be at the top of the charts. He mixes soul, jazz, r'n'b, drum and bass into a fine album. 'Welcome' is melancholy and moody, and beautiful, there are too many tracks here that are just plain danceable plus some really nice instrumentals. The truly rare thing about this album is there is no fillers, if you are a regular fan of Gilles, Jazzanova et al, Take a risk.
https://www.discogs.com/Ben-Westbeech-Welcome-To-The-Best-Years-Of-Your-Life/release/1030410

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HpiiEePZ-I
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVKRx9SEQ3Y

https://mega.nz/#!WDoAgQIK!xAjUhnWhciJXLOlXLxMLzfmtboOVecnO8ZTOg0wIY7Q

 No.31955

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Ben Westbeech ‎– There's More To Life Than This (2011)
>house, deep house, broken beat, downtempo
A far cry from the acid jazz-tinged 2007 album Welcome to the Best Years of Your Life. And now we have There's More to Life Than This, the second album to bear Westbeech's own name but one that bears just as little resemblance to his debut. Welcome's blue-eyed soul has been shown the door. The new Ben Westbeech has been given a house makeover by producers like Motor City Drum Ensemble, Henrik Schwarz and Rasmus Faber.
https://www.discogs.com/Ben-Westbeech-Theres-More-To-Life-Than-This/release/3128803

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWXIuSfrLT4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7NGm1tSBGg

https://mega.nz/#!6OYRRKQS!rkFssJEtQuIJc-2RaMaMKLtOvpHy4Qu9ZBvQTo7e4_A

 No.31956

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Owusu & Hannibal ‎– Living With … (2006)
>broken beat, downtempo, hip hop, soul
The music on Living With… is in fact quite meticulous; artfully arranged and layered with crisp, inventive production - but it would be ideally suited to such a laid-back, lazily indulgent lifestyle. The tempo rarely rises above a genial amble as electronically tweaked R&B grooves, twitchy but languorous, stretch on into the five - to six-minute range, and even those that don't seem like they should.
https://www.discogs.com/Owusu-Hannibal-Living-With-/release/834674

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AVUR778jnmE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOtd9ppU_8o

https://mega.nz/#!aaomADjZ!74Ll8NkHULjG7hBpBDfXpA3MumPO8wipAU9ZpQMybtQ

 No.31957

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Bugge Wesseltoft ‎– It's Snowing On My Piano (1997)
>contemporary jazz
Most melodies are old scandinavian and european traditional songs, but Bugge Wesseltoft manages to get back to the core of the songs, and restore their beauty. This is a meditative approach where unnecessary ornaments are removed. The music seems simple on the outside yet the result is a fantastic album with a relaxed atmosphere.
https://www.discogs.com/Bugge-Wesseltoft-Its-Snowing-On-My-Piano/release/877641

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tssSTUWYV_g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrQppeBk0mg

https://mega.nz/#!Hb5zlBwD!uB_TzSfDOCupaZkXvYQWzeA6H8jFUXO3-ULU5bE-NY0

 No.31958

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Bugge Wesseltoft & Henrik Schwarz ‎– Duo (2011)
>future jazz, contemporary jazz, jazz-techno fusion
Bugge Wesseltoft is a jazz musician of some repute. Making music for over a decade now, Henrik Schwarz is a name who needs less introduction. The German producer has dozens of singles and collaborations under his belt. Duo's concept is simple—Wesseltoft on piano, Schwarz on electronics. The absence of musical notation for synthesisers—and their huge palette of sounds, crafting intricate and often imperfect pieces.
https://www.discogs.com/Wesseltoft-Schwarz-Duo/release/2983152

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSZdgOI_yp0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGx8y50d9QE

https://mega.nz/#!fPgGxBBS!i7YFQL8nc9pWpAz0jAffAikV-I75ERmA9pvVXUpomkE

 No.31959

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BertycoX, Bugge Wesseltoft, and Henning Kraggerud ‎– Last Spring (2012)
>contemporary jazz
Recorded at Oslo's legendary Rainbow Studio, with Jan Erik Kongshaug behind the board, The piano's overtones hover, cloud-like, lending the recording an ambient vibe even though it's wholly acoustic, while Kraggerud's use of violin, viola and custom-built six-string viola concorda add weight, at times; elsewhere, Wesseltoft and Kraggerud reverse roles, with the pianist adopting grander majesty while the violinist soars.
https://www.discogs.com/Bugge-Henning-Last-Spring/release/3849177

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzUHg_QQFkg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OeIuNzzWaKM

https://mega.nz/#!zHghALIS!PSwbXbAeUM7xN8PaHvbQmB6InrLRpx9pEh4Tti3V0fc

 No.31979

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DJ Flare & DJ D-Styles* ‎– Pharaohs Of Funk (2000)
>turntablism, cutup/DJ, hip hop
Mixtape between two awesome turntablists with a feature from Toad, couple of live tunes and just a dope tape from members of Invisibl Skratch Piklz, Sound Odyssey, The Bulletproof Skratch Hamsters and N.C.A.
https://www.discogs.com/DJ-Flare-DJ-D-Styles-Pharaohs-Of-Funk/release/1780629

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8g5U2gKZs0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kISGUb7obqo

https://mega.nz/#!bXRgHC5D!IcGNUYZm1ixa-1bVs4mFguSwbR9CkD7Qsuo4AVlJ68g

 No.31980

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DJ Craze & DJ Klever ‎– Scratch Nerds (2002)
>turntablism, Cutup/DJ, Drum & Bass, hip hop, funk
this album is first off….not really an album…its a scratch cd. plain and simple. all the techniques are on point, and yes…its nothing but scratching….hence the god damn name…..craze and klever are two of my favorite dj's/turntablists in the world right now. if you're a fan of tablism, djing, or scratching, this is a must own
https://www.discogs.com/DJ-Craze-DJ-Klever-Scratch-Nerds/release/7855787

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKF09fWX134
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=41o4v6q5O2k

https://mega.nz/#!GGhzQb4B!NJ7P53A6G-b6f0ecHPWpIR5Se4Z8A0WUTk_SwVA7Wh8

 No.31981

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Mark De Clive-Lowe ‎– Tide's Arising (2004)
>broken beat, future jazz
A brilliant full-length statement from Mark De Clive-Lowe. An artist who's been making some big waves in the global underground for the past few years, the album is a swirling, cosmic set that effortlessly blends together beats, keys, and a bit of vocals, yet which manages to come off with a complexity that goes far beyond the sum of its parts.
https://www.discogs.com/Mark-De-Clive-Lowe-Tides-Arising/release/340810

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOvDgPRDw9c
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccjhxcc2S04

https://mega.nz/#!WTw1DKjA!1U5aRSaVfFbrPwsma21BFklH-hYDGykWWrvepPs2-CA

 No.31982

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Homecookin' ‎– Do What U Wanna (2001)
>broken beat, future jazz, downtempo
Paul Dolby, aka Seiji from such groups as Bugz In The Attic presents this laid back approach to their broken beat style with a lush downtempo collection of soulful tunes.
https://www.discogs.com/Homecookin-Do-What-U-Wanna/master/150655

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-x_645tQ_6o
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35Z3maa-Rh0

https://mega.nz/#!6b5VxbbS!10CTKofWnUeY_ZPsreSEXKPvuae5BHaOqCu4Y8TfVTs

 No.31983

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DKD ‎– Future Rage (2003)
>broken beat
Rare grooves abound, a venture by the unstoppable team of dego, kaidi tatham and daz i kue, this album takes you on a night out down west London way with all that's good about the "Bruk" scene. soulful vocals over tidy beats pave the way for kaidi tathams wizardry on the keyboards.good stuff.
https://www.discogs.com/DKD-Future-Rage/master/304904

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVS09se27Is
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTnaO1aiedI

https://mega.nz/#!ieQl0KKB!z3_qPl9SYGzn4Eso_73jro6gukI_v-tLoEhd4h9hkX4

 No.31985

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Silhouette Brown ‎– Silhouette Brown (2005)
>broken beat, future jazz, soul
The west london sound continues on this quite superb set of songs and grooves. Silhouette Brown is the name of the latest project from Kaidi Tatham(Bugz in the attic) and Dego(4 hero).Its a showcase for the spacey,ethereal vocals of Deborah Jordan who sounds a little like Janet Jackson on some tracks. ts a beautifully produced album with excellent beats and chords. The musicians often outdo the vocalist and she herself is amazing.
https://www.discogs.com/Silhouette-Brown-Silhouette-Brown/release/433446

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wUUBq1Y4Oq8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXWVUbM2Nrg

https://mega.nz/#!GGZzxBgK!UW1sDAhutMDk_QQULXkP6kSN_-VGntneOuO7EN1Aii0

 No.31991

Thanks for the dump, gotta check these out

 No.31996

reminder that turny is a god who's trying his best to keep this place alive

 No.31999

>>31996
just sharing some choons

 No.32004

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damn son, nice thread

 No.32088

Thanks for these dude, pretty funky



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