Browsing All posts tagged under »funk«

Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears

June 12, 2011 by


Here’s some soulful tunes from Austin’s Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears. The group inspired by the sounds of rock ‘n’ roll, funk and blues among others, released their second full-length Scandalous back in March. The visuals are for the album’s title track ‘Livin In The Jungle’, plus a little bonus track from their debut […]

Earth, Wind & Fire

May 21, 2011 by


Saturday night and I’m feeling alright. Download Download Download


May 15, 2011 by


This weekend was crazy! A pair of blown out speakers and an empty keg are the product of a full-on weekend bender and now it’s time to sit back and slip into another Lazy Sunday post. The artist of choice this week is French DJ/producer Breakbot. This guy brings unreal disco funk to each of […]

Jean Tonique – Out Of Town

May 3, 2011 by


My goodness this track is groovy. Imagine putting on the flyest pair of bell bottoms in your collection, some shine blockers and walking around town as if the god of funk had personal given you his swagger. Everyone would fall into dance behind you without question, abandoning all responsibilities to perform the greatest coordinated dance […]

Sunday @ Coachella

April 17, 2011 by


So the epic three day Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival ends tonight with a huge lineup of diversely talented musicians. Lucky for us, the good folks at Coachella have been doing live broadcasts of their three main stages, Coachella Stage, Outdoor Theatre and Gobi. The coverage of all musical events can be seen here, […]

Bustin’ Out on Funk – The Bar-Kays

April 13, 2011 by


As 2Pac, Eazy-E and Biggie all once said, “We live for the funk, we die for the funk”. They said it best, so let’s get funky! The Bar-Kays were a popular soul, R&B and funk group formed in the 1960’s. These guys are arguably the toughest bass slappers in the 1960’s and their always apparent […]


April 8, 2011 by


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A Tribute To Otis

April 7, 2011 by


Not enough people today are aware of popular music’s roots. Before computer generated, auto tuned tracks  took over the radio, number 1’s were sung by people with talent and charisma. Otis “The Crown Prince of Soul” Redding was one of the best. In his time, Redding’s name was synonymous with rock n roll as he […]