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QDUP vs. OHIO PLAYERS feat. APHLETIK: Love Rollercoaster Rap (2014) Free download

Rollercoaster Of Love Rap Qdup AphletikBlimey! This week is becoming something of a mini ‘free’-son to be jolly all on its own isn’t it? Here’s Fort Knox Recordings signing Qdup spreading good cheer with his beats n bass reflip of classic funk nugget Love Rollercoaster. The track also features raps from Aphletik and joins the dots between funk, disco and fat Miami booty bass. That’s one rollercoaster that shouldn’t make you
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KANEFM (103.7FM): Fresh From The Sewer (2013)

KaneFM‘s flagship breaks show Fresh From The Sewer got in touch a couple of weeks ago all stoked because they’d got their hands on an All Good Funk Alliance exclusive mix. At the time, unfortunately, things round here were busier than a one-armed man pitching a tent in a storm so they got passed over. Things have barely changed since then but these guys are long overdue some love. Fresh From The Sewer flushes good shit
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BIG M PRESENTS…Vol. 9 – Various Banging Artists No.3 – 2011

Big M goes bigger and harder than ever with this ‘Banging Artists’ drop. The release rightly leads with Funkanomics scarily heavy Cypress Hill rerub of Lick A Shot – the monstrous ghetto funked-up Licky Shot, then Chris Awesome cooks up a fat one – see what I did there? Have a listen you’ll work it out. Telephunken (clearly not contented with having his own four track EP out on Big M currently) has a bash at reworking Edwyn Starr’s heavy soul hitter 25 Miles
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CHART – FEB. 2011

1. (NEW) Malcolm & Martin – Sista Big Butt
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MONKEYBOXING PRESENTS: Filthy Rhythm, Dirty Soul Vol. 1 (2011) Free download

Monkeyboxing.com is proud to present Filthy Rhythm, Dirty Soul featuring the dopest cuts from some of the finest current purveyors of FUNK, SOUL, HIP-HOP, NUFUNK, GHETTOFUNK and REGGAE. Includes EXCLUSIVE tracks from SMOOVE (Jalepeno/ Wack), ANDY TAYLOR (Resense/ Wack), and THE HAWK (Record Kicks) along with ALDO VANUCCI, FEATURECAST and THA ‘LIKS massive hip-hop banger from last year, a remix from reggae-remix legend JSTAR and more
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DANCEFLOOR OUTLAWS: Panda Style video + Disco Cakes Vol. 1 EP – 2010

This was actually in the inbox last week but got overlooked. You wouldn’t think it possible to overlook a video featuring an uprocking panda but that’s because you don’t live at Monkeyboxing Towers. I won’t go into exactly how weird living here must be for an uprocking panda to go unnoticed because the king of the potato people just told me everyone would think I was the weird one.
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EWAN HOOZAMI: Wildebeats LP – 2010

It’s ‘next generation’ time for the Bristol sound as rising producer Ewan Hoozami, (like Parker before him) batters on the genre’s door with his refix of the mild, mild west’s beats n’ bass heavy sonic template for the dubstep and nufunk/ ghettofunk era. Basically that means tempos are up, percussive patterns are a little more detailed, basslines go wonky and the dancefloor is invaded more times in one album than in Massive Attack’s entire back catalogue.
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MANMADE RECORDS: Gold Edition – 2010

Old funk, nufunk, ghettofunk, blue funk – Dr Seuss would have a field day as we live through the most amusing genre-name wars since the old trip-hop versus ‘blunted beats’ conflict of the mid-nineties. All that aside, Manmade celebrate their tenth release with some 24 carat action in the form of a double vinyl EP – which you just know is going to be cut loud.
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PARRIS & VANUCCI: ‘Disco Of Love’ (The Loveboot Edit) – Free download

By way of a postscript to last week’s post about Parris & Vanucci’s forthcoming lady killer, nufunk/ disco-monster Disco Of Love EP (full details here), I feel duty bound to inform you that the boys have done a cheeky rerub of their own title track as an EP taster. Should keep you going until December when the main the course is served – cop it after the jump…
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PARRIS & VANUCCI: Disco Of Love EP – 2010

Disco breaks? Smooth rap vocals? Synth bass? Big horns? I think it’s safe to say that wherever you are and whatever time it is, it’s going to be ladies’ night when any cut from this comes on and never more so than on the very large title track. Not that I’m complaining about such a shameless attempt to boost the numbers of females on the dancefloor you understand – but what to call such a project?
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