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Just Kiddin · The One

The beat does work on these short vocal samples

Just Kiddin’s ‘The One’ stays consistent with the beat and doesn’t vary too much. It also doesn’t rely too heavily on vocals, but just the few stems sampled bring the needed high to this one – hits around two and half minutes in.

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Figgy · Can’t Hide

"If you only knew. The way I feel about you."

This is such a tease. I hate when producers take classic songs and cut up the vocals to deprive me of the singer’s full range beauty. Yet, somehow Figgy keeps me coming back for more in his more than a remix of Ce Ce Peniston’s original, ‘Finally.’

Figgy drops her voice down low into a soul this 90’s singer wish she had back then. Reminds me of what Krono did with Aaron Smith’s Dancin, pop shit into chopped & screwed soul goodness.

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Imaginary Friends · Love & Groove

featuring Sedric Perry's smooth somethings

Sedric’s voice is a fresh taste of something smooth and the Imaginary Friends trio compliment his soul with a bounce. Producers Jimmy Q & Benny Reiner go with a signature pattern I can’t quite name, garage-ish, and tops it off right with Sapphire Adizes’ smooth sax. The sax always gets me (wait for it).

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FKJ · Lying Together

Could've only come from zFrench

Even when this world feels fake and contrived at least our music doesn’t. Sometimes you just need a funky-ass tune (all the time) and FKJ’s Lying Together is just one of many. And I shall put them all together for a Lying Together mix sometime soon for you.

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Just Kiddin · Ocean Motion

Chilled, chopped & screwed for you

Skewing up the vocals on the highs & lows may sound like just a fad at first and probably will be in large part, but this style of soul wrenches my heart at every turn. And like always with this sample-based soul, I’ll probably never know who sang vocals, but I guess it makes it all the more mysterious (not really).

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Fergie · Glamorous (DAVID Remix)

G.L.A.M.O.R.O.U.S (the flossy, floss-ay)

Slow a song down & I guess it gets much easier to take in the lyrics – or at least in DAVID’s Fergie – ‘Glamorous’ remix. I never liked most of Ferg’s career, but Glamorous was one of her gems & this hypnotic slowdown is fine as hell.

And this is exactly why I like remixes so much. Taking widely-know, gorgeous vocals and doin something different for them. This is where music is innovating right meow.

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Disclosure · You & Me (Flume Remix)

Orchestral whompery

Flume takes my love out of Disclosure’s ‘You & Me’ and packs Eliza Doolittle’s vocals into a chopped up “orchestral crunkinator,” as they pretty much put it. I haven’t been on the Disclosure // Flume bandwagon before, but if they’re putting out music like this then I’m all in. There’s just so much deep house, uk garage love goin’ out there. Let me tell you, these two aren’t the best.

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Bronson · Diamonds

with Janet Jackson vocals all skewed up

It’s not about what you say, but how you say it — especially when it comes to music on this site. This diamonds are a girl’s best friend business has been goin on since Marilyn and even though the saying may be cliched enough, how it’s said here has not.

I didn’t originally know this, but Janet Jackson lends her vocals from her ‘Diamonds’ song. However, as you’ll see, Bronson has transformed her sweet style into some deep house, hypnotique soul.

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Isaac Tichauer ·· Take Over You

with full funk expressions in this soul-riddled EP

French Express is once again staying consistent in their choice selection of music with Isaac Tichauer’s funk slice of house, Take Over You. The EP’s cut up into five solid states (tracks), but other than the lead single the four others are simply meant for passive rather than active listening. The four others just aren’t supported with vocals like on ‘Take Over You,’ one’s that carry the song the whole way through rather than just becoming an instrument of it.

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Thundercat ·· Apocalypse

A sentimental kind of soul

From the first two tracks I’ve listened to of Thundercat’s, thanks to Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder label, it’s plain to see he brings a vocal sentiment to his funky bass guitar jams. I haven’t heard the rest of Thundercat’s Apocalypse album yet, but I hope it keeps up the consistency that I heard on “Heartbreaks + Setbacks” & ‘Oh Sheit It’s X.’ Still in much demand for soulful vocals like Stephen “Thundercat” Brunner’s.

Apocalypse is set to release June 4. In the meantime, check out Thundercat’s catalogue.

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