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THE FILTHY SIX: Exit Music

THE FILTHY SIX:  Exit MusicWhen you find out that The Filthy Six’s latest single is a break-up track, the title, Exit Music, makes perfect sense. For added darkness it was written in the depths of winter too. Imagine that, breaking up in the depths of winter. Nightmare. So it’s only natural too that Exit Music should be bossa-tinged Latin jazz, redolent of summery drives down Pacific Coast Highway. Wait, what?!
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KIDDING: R U Kidding? (Vinyl 7″)

KIDDING:  R U Kidding? (Vinyl 7So here’s the debut vinyl 7″ from German funk quartet Kidding entitled R U Kidding? with B-side Am I Kidding?. Are they kidding? Nope – this is two tight slices of Hammond funk right here. The A-side is the brisker of the two, featuring scorching Hammond licks and reminiscent of early Cookin On 3 Burners material. While slower, the flip is certainly no slouch of a track and drenched
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THE NEW MASTERSOUNDS feat. LAMAR WILLIAMS: Shake It

THE NEW MASTERSOUNDS feat. LAMAR WILLIAMS: Shake ItWould you believe it, The New Mastersounds new long player, Shake It, is out already and like the three singles already lifted from it (Let’s Go Back, Kings & Queens and Taking Me Down) it is billed as ‘featuring’ singer Lamar Williams. You’ll be unsurprised to hear that’s because Williams appears on most of the tracks so, obviously, this isn’t the sort of instrumental set punters have
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GREYHOUNDS: Left Turn

GREYHOUNDS: Left TurnThe Color Red label continues to fire out the releases with this new one, Left Turn from the Austin, Texas-based Greyhounds. Name rings a bell, right? Of course it does! This outfit were working with Tim ‘T Bird’ Crane from the now sadly de-funked T Bird & The Breaks last time news of them got to the monkey. Right now, they can be found getting their stuff produced by the
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THE NEW MASTERSOUNDS feat. LAMAR WILLIAMS JR: Taking Me Down

THE NEW MASTERSOUNDS feat. LAMAR WILLIAMS JR: Taking Me DownThe steady flow of singles off The New Mastersounds upcoming LP collab. with Lamar Williams Jr, Shake It, continues apace with the arrival of new one Taking Me Down. It’s a track on which the band switch up the influences and transform from The New Metersounds into the New Mulatusounds and wear their Ethio-psychfunk influences proud. Listen and shimmy for the first
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