Groove Therapy 26th June 2015

Groove Therapy 26th June 2015

Kicking off this weeks show with one of my own blends, as I toughen up a much sampled Bill Conti tune before heading into a touch of oldschool grooves. A bunch of new releases also makes the cut including a great new 45 from Milan based production outfit Cross Roads who do a fantastic cover version of an old Candy Bowman classic from 1981. In a similar vein is the new release from Melbourne's Sugarz who dropped a new single this week produced by Benny Badge. There is a heap of new Hip Hop from the likes of Slum Village, The Lox, Raekwon, plus a guest appearance by Soundsci on a the new album from Supastition. Also this week DJ Vadim drops a great new album, as did Kartell featuring vocalist J Rican - and I play some banging new dancefloor tracks from Q Dup, and Eli Escobar.

  • Bill Conti - Going The Distance
  • Fania All Stars - Picadillo
  • Joe Beck - Cactus
  • David Batteau - Spaceship Earth
  • Nohelani Cypriano - Lihue
  • Crossroads feat Natasha Springer - Since I Found You
  • LL Cool J feat Joe - Take It
  • The Jones Girls - When I'm Gone
  • Kartell feat J Rican - Aura
  • DJ Vadim & Sena - Living In The New
  • Slum Village feat Bilal & Illa J - Love Is
  • Raekwon feat Snoop Dog - 1 2 1 2
  • Psycho Les feat. Royal Flush, Tragedy Khadafi, Illa Gee - Thunder Bells
  • The Lox - Bring It Back
  • Supastition feat Soundsci - Changing of the Gods
  • Citizen Funk - Chicago Pizza
  • Qdup - Gotta Be Fresh [Qdup Twerkaholics Re-Rub]
  • Glenn Jones - You're the Only One I love [Ziggy Phunk Edit]
  • Sphynx - Azul
  • Sugarz - City Of Light
  • Alien Disco Sugar - Love Sign
  • DJ Vas - Hold On Me
  • Jean Tonique - What You Wanna Do
  • Ago - It Will Never Be
  • Michael Wycoff - Still Got The Magic
  • The Mike Theodore Orchestra - Ain`t Nothing To It
  • Gloster Williams - No Cross, No Crown
  • Valentine Brothers - Money's Too Tight To Mention
  • Eli Escobar - Seein You
  • James Rhod - Starke & Hatch

Shan Frenzie

Shan Frenzie

Australian based deejay, radio presenter for 2SER FM, record collector, and chief rocker of Hip Hop, Soul, Funk, Disco and everything inbetween.

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