This early 70’s dream-filled, rock track will make you reminisce on the moments you’ll never forget. Believe me, all you need to do is press play.
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
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
Generally – as a rule – the tracks you find on this playlist don’t have lyrics – the reasoning being that if you’re writing – you don’t need someone else’s words taking up cognitive space. But it’s not really a rule – it’s more of a “best practice” – at the end of the day, tracks make this list if I’m able to write to them and wow – look at me typing…
Float at 4am with me – featuring artists like Tyler the Creator • 99 Neighbors • Daniel Caesar • Tobi Lou • Giveon • khai dreams • Rex Orange County • Joji
This fat, tasty track has a mystic warmth to it. It feels real good.
Fat drums and an almost afrobeat style B section…this grooves nice.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This debut track sways nicely. smei sings unconcerned, but collected. The beat is choice.
Habits are weird aren’t they – the ones that are good for you are hard to establish and easy to break while the ones that are bad for you – well – yes – hello smack habit!…
You know – sometimes – I’m guessing more times than we care to admit – you just have to do the fucking work.
You have to continue showing up – moving the muscles – doing whatever manifestation it is you do – but doing it – even when it brings you no joy.
And that’s a weird ass thing isn’t it?!