Disco is still loved and alive in 2012 deeply by many of us, you just have to find the right group of people who play it! Thankfully the good folks at Liquid Beat Records know that and keeps it soulfully bumping and thumpin, they have released The Love Lounge: Last Night Changed It All EP using the iconic track by Esther Williams that we all know and groove to remade into different sounds by different artists. The EP is a classy one that will have you shuffling as if in Studio 54 in its heyday with the multitude of lights and people swaying in the night. Whatever you want to call this Nu-Disco, Soul Disco, Boom Bapsco, it's just too good to pass up and you my brothers and sisters need to get up on this cause.... Last Night.
The second WGM podcast is up for your audio pleasure my Giants, I have a few updates (minor and major) there and 21 tracks of audio crack to zone out with. Hope you guys enjoy and subscribe, subscribe, suuuuubscribe as there will be more podcasts coming up.
About time? Yeah I think so. Check the track listing below.
Track list 1. Ab - A Prayer For Mariah Woods 2. Zilla Rocca x Dr. Quandary - Vienna 3. Mr. Kinetik & Rusty Redenbacher - Over 4. Sketch Tha Cataclysm - Kidney Stones 5. Gantz OST - Murder 6. Mos Def - Ms Fat booty (Bollywood Mix) 7. Los Rakas - Ta Lista 8. Zounde Zande - Sankara 9. Rhymageddon Ft John Robinson - Vaccine 10. Kurse Featuring Jc Mejia - Unleash Me 11. Venomous2000 & DJ Priority - Rock The Bells 12. Dotropolis - Ponyo Power 13. Ace Creator (Tyler) Featuring Casey Veggi - Odd Toddlers 14. KeilyN - Columbus In A Week 15. Villano Sam - Mafu Tama 16. Copia Doble Systema vs Major Lazer - Colegiala Pon De Floor (Copyflex Mixup) 17. Jeeks - Nightcap 18. GagaDilo - Cyclotimik trip 19. Fela Kuti - Water No Get Enemy 20. Erykah Badu - Agitation 21. Maxx Julian Featuring Sincere Vega - One
Stephen Chai of Laserfang fame has returned with a few friends and a new band called No-Nation Orchestra to take us on a soulful uplifting travel through the funky fields of horns and drums. This EP brings sounds familiar to those that listen to afrobeat, funk, with jazzy undertones that prove highly enjoyable and even danceable. Stephens voice billows out reminiscent of the Bee Gees yet smoother with a hint of THC and visions of purple fields fading in, it carries over each track beautifully as the captain in this ever-flowing romp thru the soul and inner beat. I would love to hear this whole EP live, I loved the rhythm of The No-Nations start and made me miss outdoor summer night concerts already! This 5 track EP is well worth it's 5 dollar price tag, as it will have you shaking, grooving and take you to a place where Kuti would've been proud and jamming right along with em.