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Groove Therapy 29th November 2017

Groove Therapy 29th November 2017

It's that time of year where so many great new projects are getting released - So in this episode expect to hear a welcome return from Kamanchi Sly of pioneering Britcore group Hijack. Andy Cooper of Ugly Duckling fame continues his string of very dope but under appreciated releases (I see you homie!). At the other end of the spectrum there have been some real club stompers including an amazing piano laden future house anthem from Marquis Hawkes, Brand new afro soul goodness from The Souljazz Orchestra, and an unexpected excursion into quality electro roots from veteran House producer Boris Dlugosch.

  1. Andy Cooper - The Perfect Definition
  2. Kamanchi Sly - Slycriminality
  3. Biz Markie - Nobody Beats The Biz (Cold Chillin)
  4. Steve Miller Band - Fly Like an Eagle
  5. Crosby Stills & Nash - Dark Star
  6. The Hank Marvin Guitar Syndicate - Syndicated
  7. Jean-luc Ponty - As
  8. Stylus - Natural Feeling
  9. The Partridge Family - I Would Have Loved You Anyway
  10. Beastie Boys - Right Right Now Now
  11. Lance Ferguson - Voyage To The Future
  12. Kind & Kinky Zoo - V.L.A.M. [Lack Of Afro Remix]
  13. The Distribution - No Getting Away
  14. JD73 - Ascension
  15. 5 Reasons feat Mystery Skulls - Down on My Knees
  16. LyricL - Appreshelove
  17. The Souljazz Orchestra - Oublier Pour Un Jour
  18. Siriusmo - Comic
  19. Reflex - Polyamour [The Supermen Lovers Remix]
  20. Jordan Rakei - Sorceress [Photay Remix]
  21. Crazy P - In My Hands [Hot Toddy Remix]
  22. Boris Dlugosch & Cassara - Nightflight
  23. Shuya Okino - Still in Love [Kyodai Remix]
  24. Reel People feat Lydia Harrell - Heard It All Before [Reel People Vocal Mix]
  25. Manuel Tur & Dplay - Portamento (Freerange)
  26. Angelo Ferreri - Piano Forte
  27. Dalfie - Giving Up A Space
  28. Demarkus Lewis - To Be Loved
  29. Marquis Hawkes - The Basement Is Burning
  30. ESG - Moody
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