Onra released his latest “Deep In The Night” EP today. This funk-filled piece of work picks up where “Long Distance” left off. Onra gets some help on this one from T3 and the stunning miss Amalia (♥) so creep on over to where you can purchse the whole shebang.
Onra – Somewhere (Deep In The Night)[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Onra-Somewhere-Deep-In-The-Night-112-MOOVMNT.mp3]
French Gangsta Funk producer Dogg Master is at it again. Together with Djë he produced “P-Funkin'” for Enois Scroggins, which will be on the upcoming “Cocktails” Vol. 4 (out on Doggy Phunk Palace later this week). Peep the video and make sure you get your Funk on properly!
M-Phazes has been dropping so much heat these past few years that he might needs to take a break before he burns a hole in our site. His remix of Hermitude‘s “Speak of the Devil” is bananas! It has that Disco feel to it and is drenched in Funk at the same time. Hermitude’s “Parallel Paradise” remix EP also contains a remix by the homie Ta-Ku and is available via Elefant Traks.
Hermitude – Speak of the Devil (M-Phazes Remix)[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Hermitude-Speak-of-the-Devil-M-Phazes-Remix-MOOVMNT.mp3]
On the last day of May we’re treating you to another “Glimmering Fractions” mix. Some gems are hidden below the surface and are hard to see with the naked eye. At times this means you’ll have to look closely. Just like this emerald hidden inside calcite. We invite you to listen to this one on Soundcloud (download available) or Mixcloud (stream only).
One of Rome’s funkiest bastards I’ve ever met is without a doubt AD Bourke. Adam’s been venturing more and more into the soulful depths of House music, but always with a dash of Funk. His new “Raw Ivy” release was marinating on my HD for a few weeks, but I think it released yesterday. I can only begin to descibe this mini LP as freakin’ awesome, but please don’t take my word and listen to all six tracks on Bleep before you purchase!
AD Bourke – Rio South [112kbps][audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/AD-Bourke-Rio-South-112-MOOVMNT.mp3]
Byron the Aquarius dropped his latest “Aquarialistical Seduction” Vol. 1 album featuring the likes of Olivier Daysoul, Ahu, Oddisee, Onra, Porsche Smith and more. Nice soulful collection of music with a few jams we already knew, but also something brand new. We suggest you head on over to Byron’s Bandcamp page to listen to the entire release.
Byron the Aquarius – Let it Go Ft. Porsche Smith[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Byron-the-Aquarius-Let-It-Go-Ft.-Porsche-Smith-MOOVMNT.mp3]
The homie Suff Daddy is about to slap you upside the head with his third (and probably best) album already. This weed smokin’, gin drinkin’ motherf*cker from Berlin has really outdone himself with “Suff Sells”. Big up to David for really evolving musically and stunning me with not only the drunken boom bap beats we’ve grown so fond of, but also with his wide range of influences. I hear a lot of Jazz, Soul and Funk influences which are really working well I think. One of the most impressive jams on here is of course “Det2bln” featuring Phat Kat and Elzhi, so listen to a little preview. Album drops June 1st and is available digitally right now. Both vinyl & CD can be pre-ordered on his Bandcamp page as well.
Suff Daddy – Det2bln Ft. Phat Kat & Elzhi (snippet)[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Suff-Daddy-Det2bln-Ft.-Phat-Kat-Elzhi-snippet-MOOVMNT.mp3]
Long before Moovmnt even existed there was plenty of good music to go around. One of these wonderful songs was sent our way by Mr. Sousa from Rotterdam earlier this week. To be honest I had never heard of House of 909, but after having heard “The Blandford Superfly” I’m glad I now have. Right here we have a beautiful mix of soulful House, Jazz and Funk which you will undoubtably love! The single is availble on in case you were wondering.
House of 909 – The Blandford Superfly[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/House-of-909-The-Blandford-Superfly-128-MOOVMNT.mp3]
Now this is the kind of music that we love telling you about. Several weeks ago ATL saxophonist Darryl Reeves released his new Jazz fusion album entitled “Mercury” via Epic Life Music Group. His 2004 “Diary of a Bandstand” album featured the likes of Robert Glasper and now after eight long years, Mr Reeves is back with a very soulful mix of Mercury music. There are a few interpretations of classic Jazz songs such as Donald Byrd’s “Think Twice”, but also some brand new own material that sounds just as amazing. We suggest you get your copy at without hesitation, after having listened to some streams below of course. [Spotted over at Kevinnottingham]
Darryl Reeves – Everytime I See You Ft. Gwenn Bunn[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Darryl-Reeves-Everytime-I-See-You-Ft.-Gwenn-Bunn-MOOVMNT.mp3]
Darryl Reeves – Dark Matter Ft. Carmen Rodgers[audio:http://www.moovmnt.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/Darryl-Reeves-Dark-Matter-Ft.-Carmen-Rodgers-MOOVMNT.mp3]
I told ya’ll South East Asia is waking the funk up. A small group of people have been pushing good new music over there and took it upon themselves to bring Opolopo and Amalia to Asia for a tour. To celebrate this Goodnws Peter and Amalia were asked for some musical niceness and behold an exclusive new joint called “Gado Gado Funk”. In case you didn’t know miss Amalia is a food junkie and loves Indonesian cuisine like no other. This delicious dish consists of vegetables covered in peanut sauce. Some righteous food for funkin’! Grab a free download of this while you can over at the Goodnws Soundcloud page.