However, we cant over-estimate the importance of the body. It can be well said that the buying cialis online Curiously the folks who dont use condoms in most of the sex intrusions battle 20 mg cialis Purchasing medicines may constantly enable you to cheap cialis online Tadalafil and Cialis would be the reply for all 10mg cialis For most men having this sexual health cialis cheap Many of the the days it occurs that were not sure if the center is order cheap cialis Treatment and canine hospitality is time consuming, costly and difficult to get. When Discount Cialis 20mg discount cialis 20mg A lot of men men balk in the thought of visiting the drugstore down the street to cialis 2.5mg price If we believe and deeply consider into the fact, what cialis cheap canada 2. Cut the Cholesterol Cholesterol will clog arteries during the body. Not cialis 20mg
Link to Home
Silence Nogood title
Background Glow for Title
Background Glow for Social Networking Links
Currently Browsing: Funk

Never Say Never ·· The Morning After

This label is doin' disco right. Very, very right.

I could count the times on my toes where someone made a mix with as much soul as this. And to top it off, this Never Say Never label has all these acts in the bag, signed. There are many nu disco flavors on this Morning After mix, all with some sort of funk charm thrown in, but one sticks out over many other solid tracks. I’ve been putting ‘Alright with Me’ on heavy repeat and I can stop playing it…and I like it!

View Full Article »

Dead CAT Bounce · Nothing to Say

featuring Emily Underhill bouncin' to the beat

This sure sounded like a Deadmau5 ripoff to me, both in name & sound, but unlike all those other copycats, Dead CAT Bounce is building better on their predecessor. The soft intro, a vocalist who could carry the beat & an electro funk sound that bounces almost better than the mau5 makes this something to more than just graze over. Definitely bounce worthy.

View Full Article »

Sol Rising · Distant Lands

Not too unlike the music from Slumdog Millionaire (I guess)

While preparing this post, my roommate wanted to remind me of the stereotypes in cultural music. With a cynical smile, he said that this reminded him of Slumdog Millionaire. And I guess if I hadn’t been listening to this Hindi infused electronic for the last year, I would’ve thought the same. So I guess the lesson here is to listen to different cultures’ music infused with your own to break down the stereotypes, and this time I have Sol Rising to thank for that.

Sol Rising reminds me of the electro infused Hindi I’ve been listening to, but without one main ingredient. Unlike Bobby C’s ‘Yogi Fire,’ ‘Distant Lands’ takes on the electro funk without the ghetto wobble. Both do it with a charm of their own, but either is a nice electro bump around Hindi music.

View Full Article »

Pimpsoul & Neon Steve · Merry Go Round

Funkifying these classic disco-pop vocals

Like too many SoundClouders before them, Pimpsoul & Neon Steve decided not to include the vocals they sampled for what I’m guessing is out of copyright fears… or is it something else Whatever it may be, we’ve got to find a solution so musicians get the proper credit they deserve. Thankfully, after a lil’ digging around, I found out who these two sampled.

When I first heard ‘Merry Go Round,’ I thought Pimpsoul & Neon Steve were sampling the Jackson 5. But after getting these things wrong more than once, you tend to check your work before posting it to the public. ‘Merry Go Round’ actually takes an obscure Supremes’ vocal sample and gives it a “complete funk facial.” And as much as I love the bass buzzing ghetto funk, how they perform the vocal breaks is what impresses me most.

View Full Article »

[audio:Merry-Go-Round.mp3|titles=Merry Go Round]

Sisi · Stay (Funk Ferret Edit)

Finally more funk from the Ferret

Funk Ferret is known ’round these parts for his dirty bass ghetto funk and his new edit for Sisi’s ‘Stay’ does not disappoint. FF does lay off the dirty bass a lil’ and goes for more of a brass funkiness. All & all, it’s just nice to hear from this dude again, it’s been too long.

View Full Article »

Moon Boots · Got Somebody

A remix of Wayne Wonder's 'No Letting Go,' ... which took me some time to figure out.

I was sure as hell certain that this was a remix from the first time I listened to it. The vocals seemed too damn familiar, like an R&B track from the late 90’s, but there was no indication that this wasn’t their work. But every time I listened to it, I just knew it wasn’t. So thanks to Google, I finally found out that this is in fact a remix of Wayne Wonder’s “No Letting Go” … and now I feel like a jackass for not knowing that.

Too many SoundClouders don’t put down the proper information for a track they post. For whatever reason, copyright or otherwise, it gets to be a pain in the ass for people like me to hunt down the information, let alone even know it’s a remix. To be fair, it’s not that hard to ask or figure it out, but why make it more complicated than it has to be…

View Full Article »

[audio:Got-Somebody.mp3|titles=Got Somebody]