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Funk, Soul & Disco

Ad’n’Kuts – Party Ya Ass Off

Published on November 3rd, 2013 | by Fifties

Do you know what it is yet? Do ya? The unmistakable guitar sample is from none other than Rolling Stones – Satisfaction providing the bones of  Ad’n’Kuts – Party Ya Ass Off. Describing them selves as... Read More


Funk, Soul & Disco

C2C – Down The Road (Detta Remix)

Published on November 3rd, 2013 | by Fifties

A perfect set opener, Bournemouth’s Detta remixes French Dj band and 4 times DMC world champions C2C. Sampling Eddie Cusic’s ‘You Don’t Have to Go’, his American swang accompanied by the harmonica lead takes us somewhere... Read More


Funk, Soul & Disco

The JBs – Pass The Peas (Pecoe Edit)

Published on November 2nd, 2013 | by Mr No Hands

DJ Pecoe from Perth, Western Australia runs breakzlinkz.com and I have a real affinity for his funk edits. There nice and simple. They roll. The breathe new life into great records and have just enough edge to be edgy. Here’s he... Read More


Funk, Soul & Disco

Slynk – In The House

Published on November 2nd, 2013 | by Mr No Hands

Super funky producer wizkid Slynk is back with another epic free ghetto funk download. In the House is hip-hop party starter with icing on top and a couple of 99 Flakes protruding out of the sides. You heard... Read More


Funk, Soul & Disco

JR. Dynamite – Top 10 Edits

Published on November 2nd, 2013 | by Mr No Hands

I am loving these edits by Sydney, Australia based JR. Dynamite. You can find his ‘Light My Fire‘ edit on my latest mixtape, Thank Funk It’s Friday Mixtape – Part 2 and the others on heavy rotation on my... Read More


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  • Funk, Soul, NuFunk, Ghetto Funk and Funk 45 Edits are a DJs delight. Not only can you play them at weddings and retain an ounce of self respect, but they’re sampled in nearly all electronic music! This means you can play them at bars and clubs and people just know them and warm to them. You can not go wrong with funk records on any occasion and with artists like A. Skillz and Featurecast making huge Ghetto Funk style edits, you can play them to hoards of gurning ravers too! Perfect.

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