Thirteen may be unlucky for some, but on this occasion, not for us because it marks the arrival of the latest volume of That’s Not An Edit’s self-titled album series that’s always jam-packed with a bountiful supply of high-grade Funk, Soul and occasionally Disco and Reggae edits from a super-talented cast of producers from its homeland of Australia that’s, as always, free to download!
In total, there are a whopping 26 tracks to get stuck into on volume thirteen and after having a listen to all that’s onboard, I can report that there’s another a brilliant batch of tracks that offer a little something for everyone to enjoy. A few tracks that caught my attention and stood out a little bit more than the rest on my first listen include Timber‘s blissed-out tweak of Marc Moulin‘s Jazz classic Humpty Dumpty, DJ Soup‘s superbly-executed Hip Hop/Funk mashup Season To Smile that brings together (You Caught Me) Smilin’ by Sly & The Family Stone and Season Of The Vic by Justin Warfield, DJ Bacon‘s fully-funked remix of Soul Flower by The Brand New Heavies feat. The Pharcyde, Rowan P‘s groovin’ Disco spin on Harry Mosco‘s ’70s classic I Feel Funky and Kid Kenobi‘s dancefloor-filling re-funk of The Breaks by Kurtis Blow.
The rest of the music is demanding my attention so it’s gonna get it but before I chip off, you can download all of the music for free or buy it all in high-quality WAV format on the relevant links below. Keep on funkin’ party people!
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