Genetic Funk July 2019 Chart

GeneticFunk DJ Chart

  1. Genetic Funk ft Mr. V – I Be Searchin Original Mix – Grounded Records
  2. Peppe Citarella, Mijangos, Enrie Becquer – Bongo Bango Afro Mix – Union Records
  3. Lady Alma, Mark de Clive-Lowe – Twilight – MashiBeats
  4. Julie Coker – Gossiper Scandal Monger – Kalita Records
  5. Stacy Kidd, Ron Carroll – Voodoo Ray (Main Mix) – House 4 Life
  6. Timmy Regisford – Smile (David Morales Classic Remix) – Quantize Recordings
  7. Miguel Migs – So Far (Micky More & Andy Tee Remix) – Groove Culture
  8. Re-Tide ft Eric Biddines – Get Along (Extended Mix) – Re-Tide Music
  9. Jimpster – Pipe Dream – Systematic
  10. DJ Sneak – Why I Love You Main Mix – Launch Entertainment

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Premiere: Soul Clap feat. Kathy Brown – Ready To Freak (Disco Dub)

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Good people attract each other. So it’s no wonder that globetrotting Boston-bred house duo Soul ClapEli Goldstein (a.k.a. Bamboozle, a.k.a. Elyte) and Charles Levine (a.k.a. Lonely C, a.k.a. Cnyce) – have recorded with a range of legendary musicians including George Clinton of Parliament Funkadelic, Sly Stone and Nona Hendryx to various shenanigans with rising Crew Love artists.

Tomorrow the guys will release the disco-tastic “Ready To Freak” featuring vocals from iconic vocalist Kathy Brown, whose lengthy list of credits are far too many to mention.

We’re thrilled to world premiere “Ready To Freak” (Disco Dub), a version where Eli and Wiley gently slice n’ dice Brown’s soulful vocal and lay down a bass-heavy ’80s groove courtesy of a Roland RX7 drum machine.

Check the premiere below and keep your eyes peeled for the full release of “Ready To Freak” on July 12 via Soul Clap Records.

POLS July 2019 Chart

POLS DJ Chart

  1. POLS – Arcanite (Original Mix) (Frequenza)
  2. Atroxx – Make You Dance (Original Mix) (Kraftek)
  3. POLS – Arcanite (Ramon Tapia Remix) (Frequenza)
  4. Devid Dega, Raul Mezcolanza – Cosmo (Original Mix) (Riot Recordings)
  5. POLS – Prismatic Circle (Original Mix) (Frequenza)
  6. Lutzenkirchen – The Mulch (Original Mix) (Frequenza)
  7. POLS – Prismatic Circle (Nihil Young Remix) (Frequenza)
  8. Heerhorst – Ultra (Original Mix) (Hydrozoa)
  9. Dotdat – Wiggle (Original Mix) (Second State)
  10. Chemical Play – Planet Noir (Original Mix) (Frequenza)

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Jansons & Senzala 5 Tracks of the Moment

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After individually and collectively releasing tracks on Richy Ahmed’s Four Thirty Two imprint, up-and-coming London-based DJ/producer Jansons (half of LoveHrtz) and rising duo Senzala join forces once again to deliver a rousing update of the 1989 club classic “Take Me Away,” which also a boasts a nifty electro remix by LoveHrtz.

For the unfamiliar, “Take Me Away” was originally produced and performed by the musical union of Jeff Mills, Anthony Srock and Bridget Grace who went by the moniker True Faith with Final Cut.

As the buzzworthy cut rises up the house music charts, we checked in with the guys and asked them about their tracks of the moment.

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