A soundtrack for all kingpins, bosses and CEOs… – featuring artists like DJ Shadow • Anderson .Paak • Jidenna • Nas • Nina Simone • James Brown • Llorca • Mr. Scruff
The maddening, frustrating and inspiring experience that is humanity, and our daily struggle as we move forward… – featuring artists like The Stylistics • Flobots • R.E.M. • Mavis Staples • World Party • tulengua • Paolo Nutini • The Jam
Stop, relax, enjoy life’s little blessings – featuring artists like Bill Withers • Kadhja Bonet • L’impératrice • Erykah Badu • ROSALÍA • Laura Groves
What does a Soul loving horse listen to when he’s back in his stables? – featuring artists like James Brown • Al Green • Gizelle Smith • Baby Huey • Gil Scott-Heron • Gwen McCrae • Leroy Hutson • The Bamboos
Be Inspired to make the journey as others have been inspired before you – featuring artists like Fortheringay • Orbital • The Stranglers • The Beautiful South • The Tallest Man on Earth • Yo La Tengo • Beirut • Soccer Mommy • Them Crooked Vultures • Dua Lipa
No genre, no topic, no theme – but every track related by groove! – featuring artists like Elliott Murphy • Lo Fidelity Allstars • Joe Cocker • Lulu • Brent Cobb • Sister Sparrow • Steely Dan • Black Pumas
Every artist starts making music because they hear someone’s music that they enjoy, to the point they want to make it themselves. Jodeci was that group for me. Since the first time I saw them on TV as a child, I knew they were the coolest. The first member that I became enamored with was Devante Swing, A tall light-skinned pretty boy, with a high top fade, and dark sunglasses that gave him an edge that stood out to me as a youth. I would later come to find out that he wrote and produced every Jodeci record, until their sophomore album, Diary of A Mad Band.
A celebration of the beautiful daily struggle… – featuring artists like Steve Winwood • Fela Kuti • Marvin Gaye • Earth, Wind and Fire • Lyn Collins • Rotary Connection and Soul II Soul
For when you wish to chill amongst the cool – featuring artists like Larry June • Mac Miller • Snoop Dogg • Digable Planets • Tuxedo • Camp Lo • Outkast • Chris Crack
Soulful sounds from Shake A Hoof – featuring artists like Eda Eren • Young Pulse • Mo’ Gigs • Jack Tyson Charles • Mark Lower • Martha High • Musclecars
Possibly the biggest Soul discography on Spotify – featuring artists like Aretha Franklin • The Dells • Earth, Wind and Fire • First Choice • Gwen McCrae • Herbie Hancock • Isley Brothers • James Brown
Possibly the longest road trip playlist ever, start your journey in 1959 and finish around 1983 – featuring artists like Stevie Wonder • The Supremes • Sly and the Family Stone • Al Green • Leroy Hutson • Joe Bataan • Esther Phillips
Downtempo soulful grooves to wind away your weekend, watching the sun go down – featuring artists like Bill Withers • Omar • Stevie Wonder • Leron Thomas • Boz Scaggs • J.J Cale • Grateful Dead • Michael Kiwanuka
Delving in the deep digital vault of Spotify – featuring artists like Latimore • George Benson • Jestofunk • Amy Douglas • Ziggy Phunk • Sunlight Square • Stretch & Bobbito • Mary J Blige
You can never know everything, have everything or hear everything, but the hive mind of T.R.O.Y give it a good go – featuring artists like Gil Scott Heron • Big Daddy Kane • The Kinks • Tony Allen • Floating Points • Smith & Mighty • Manzel • Madcliff
Heart & Soul Of Everything – featuring artists like Curtis Mayfield • James Brown • Baby Huey • Bobby Womack • Issac Hayes • ohioplayers
A mix of Hoof shaking beats – featuring artists like DJ Yoda, Blundetto • Nicole Bus • Mr Cheeks • Terri Walker • Mildlife • Emmanuel Jal • PBR Streetgang • The Reflex
This fat, tasty track has a mystic warmth to it. It feels real good.
Straight up Jazz and the more leftfield sounds of the dancefloor – featuring artists like Mark De Clive-Lowe • Pie Eye Collective • Scrimshire • Funky French League • Eye of the High • Werkha • Tony Allen • London Afrobeat Collective
20 of the hottest modern jazz and funk productions – featuring artists like Boss • Sons of Kemet • Anthony Joseph • Moses Boyd • Monophonics • Orgone • Ruby Rushton • Nubian Twist
Fat drums and an almost afrobeat style B section…this grooves nice.
Our best influences for Rusty Jaz MotorFunk – featuring artists like The Meters • Sly and the Family Stone • James Brown • Rusty Jaz MotorFunk • Vulfpeck • The Brooks • Prince • Jamiroquai
This playlist is a funk bunker. A refined collection of deeply curated groove. A trusted source for recently released tracks that have that feel and that funk, in any sense of the two terms. Featuring artists like: Otis McDonald • Soulive • Benny Sings • The New Mastersounds • Vulfpeck • Orgone • Medicinal Groove • MonoNeon
This is basically the Avengers of modern day funk.
Melbourne based production duo Close Counters prepare to release their highly anticipated ‘FLUX’ EP with ‘SOMETHING IN MY DRINK”…
This is a nice laid back groover with crispy, tasty style.
Fribush came outta nowhere sounding like a seasoned B3 champ, and he’s got Charlie Hunter riding shotgun.
This playlist is a constant quest for deep, unique funk. Ghost Funk Orchestra embodies this concept to the utmost. Get hip to them because their stuff is always tasty as a mf.
This garden is funky. Georgia Anne Muldrow is an essential groove poet. Always fresh. Always energetic.
Jonny is a banging soul smasher with funky guitars and horns over a driving drumbreak including top notch percussion…
Derek Frank’s fresh take on this fave Stevie tune is funky, good stuff!
“Fall With Me” just dropped and it’s soulful, swirling tasty stuff.
Sometimes an artist comes with a track so stankin’ that it’s funky fresh beyond doubt.
NO GIMMICKS is a smooth slapper that’ll have you fetching your boombox asap.
The new EP ‘Dualism’ bringing together a collection of previous releases, two of which recently featured on our playlist ‘Glory’ and ‘Love is Pain’ and a new song ‘Planets’…
The Hoof is digging this fresh reggae take of the mighty Aaron Neville’s iconic 1973 rare groove classic ‘Hercules’…
Bam! It’s the real deal. A soulful, soothing, oscillating song that yet again showcases Mono’s gifted songwriting artistry alongside his bold bass work.
Australian funk & soul powerhouse The Bamboos are announcing the release of their upcoming new album with first SINGLE and VIDEO “Ride On Time”, a cover of Black Box‘s italo-house hit from 1989…
This track is so blazing-hot-fresh you can smell it through your speakers.
Floatin’ upon a booming groove with a devious funk-flavor.
It’s spacey, fresh, sax-loaded goodness.
Lee Fields is the truth and The Expressions are raw funk.
Frazer has a sound that is sweet soul to the utmost. This is a feel good groover of a track.
The latest from #KingButch is a tactful type of funk. The grasp on their own sound is evident.
This is just pure funky, well-written, well-recorded, tasty goodness.
Funky French League is back with a batch of new reworks exploring Latin American disco…
This debut track sways nicely. smei sings unconcerned, but collected. The beat is choice.
Table Dancers’ is a beat driven fast paced track written solely to make you dance and let loose…preferably on tables…
‘It Ain’t Working’ why aye it is…
It’s been a great year so far for the Reflex revisions with two classic tracks from ‘Instant Funk’ and ‘Double Exposure’ finally getting an official release on the legendary label Salsoul and a funky take on a ‘Mandrill’ track on Peppermint Records…
UK funk/soul kings The Haggis Horns are back after three years with a new single taken from their forthcoming 5th studio album “Stand Up For Love”…
It was only ‘A Matter Of Time’ till the good Dr Rubberfunk returned and once again he’s brought Jalapeno’s rising star and hopeful Grammy nominee Izo Fitzroy
Touted by Craig Charles (BBC 6) as “one of the biggest tracks of 2019”, “Sunny Side Of The Street” by ‘Momo Said’ is an explosive cocktail of soul, funk, latin and disco…
Part Time Millionaire – the Jalapeno Records debut from south coast multi instrumentalist and producer Flevans has been a revelation in 2019…
Warning this is serious heat from Cookin’ on 3 Burners
Nice bass, nice drums… Heeeeyyyy this is still funk, and I said Jamiroquai was the one in charge of funky through the 90’s when this song is from 1995!… Yes… but… this one has really good guitar riff and it’s John Frusciante so that makes it a special funk!