Tag Archives: funk

BEN POOLE – Anytime You Need Me

October 10, 2018

Manhaton 2018 Exploring lighter shade of blue, British artist embraces young segment of his fandom and becomes a heartthrob. There’s logical progression from 2016’s to this album which also deals with temporal matters, yet those who wished that Ben Poole … Continue reading

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SHOB – Karma Obscur

October 1, 2018

Shob 2018 Devil’s dozen bottom-end numbers from French artist looking for dark pleasures in places dappled with sunshine. It’s easy to love clever bass-based albums because they often operate on a visceral level, and this Gallic performer is prone to … Continue reading

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CRACK OF DAWN – Spotlight

September 1, 2018

G-Three 2017 Invigorating return of Canadian soulsters who reinvent their past to seize the day and scale new heights. For a group with a sole record under collective belt, COD have had a good run of cult following since 1976 … Continue reading

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FISCHER’S FLICKER – Open 28 Hours

August 30, 2018

Lavender Katydid 2017 When day and night ain’t no enough, insomnia must bring delirious brilliance and four more hours will do nicely. Humor always was this artist’s saving grace, hearty laughter keeping him warm in Windy City, yet there’s a … Continue reading

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EDWIN STARR – Soul Singer

August 16, 2018

Angel Air 2018 Late warbler’s entire output for English label that failed to elevate him back to higher ground. By 1983, when Edwin Starr relocated to Albion, his hits had dried up, yet there still was too much honey in … Continue reading

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