While I was bemoaning the bone-chilling weather and its effect on my gathering, a couple rolled in and turned the back of the room into their own special dancefloor.
Vibe Conductor Pick:
This song almost broke my iPod’s repeat feature. The album was only released in Japan so it can be difficult to track down but diligence will reward you. Kaidi Tatham is the Herbie Hancock of broken beat. In the seven years since his last solo project as Agent K, he’s blessed us with DKD, Silhouette Brown, 2000 Black and a gang of features, remixes and collaborations. Google all those names, he has more than a few. Jazz chops combined with electronic techniques and soulful sensibilities – that’s where the magic happens.
Benny Sings – “Unconditional Love”
If you didn’t know about all the soul in the Netherlands, there’s always time to catch up. It’s hard to describe Benny Sings to folks who haven’t heard him, but they always ask “Who is this?” This video is more helpful than any description.
The Brand New Heavies feat. Grand Puba – “Who Makes The Loot?”
Classic Hilfiger and backpack flavor! I sure wouldn’t be mad at a Heavy Rhyme Experience vol. 2.
Digging In The Crates Pick:
Kashif – “I Just Gotta Have You (Lover Turn Me On)”
I’m also healing relationships at Refuge. You didn’t know?
Working on something special for next week with someone who’s got a hot hand in the game right now.
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