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Groove Therapy - 17th July 2015

Groove Therapy - 17th July 2015

Another round of new releases mixed in with some all time classic material. Kicking things off with a new Flying Lotus produced track from Thundercat with a heavy funk homage to Steely Dan. On the Hip Hop tip we see a welcome return from Large professor, as well as the release of the much anticipated Fabreeze Brothers album from Phill Most Chill and Paul Nice. I play a track off the new Bilal album and local producer Fdel, before ending the show with some up tempo new grooves from Opolopo (Signed to Joey Negro's Z records), and broken beat maestro Dego.

  • Thundercat - Them Changes
  • Sadat X feat Cormega & Lanelle Tyler - On Fire
  • Champaign - I'm On Fire
  • Nancy Wilson - I'm In Love
  • Barry White - I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little Bit More
  • Supastition - Unorthodox
  • Large Pro - Sophia Yo
  • The Purist feat Roc Marciano - By The Book
  • Redman - Somebody Got Robbd
  • Blockhead - The Robin Byrd Era
  • Jean Carn - We Got Some Catchin' Up To Do
  • Kinsman Dazz Band - Saturday Night
  • Joe Thomas - Polarizer
  • Billy Paul - Let The Dollar Circulate
  • KS French - Marvin Gaye Soul Tool #2
  • DJ Vadim & Sena feat Syross the Virus - Give More Pt 2
  • Fdel - Get Live
  • Fabreeze Brothers - No Other Than
  • Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band - Laventille Road March
  • Jackson Dodds Trio - Song For Suzy
  • James Clarke - Car Patrol
  • David Axelrod - Mucho Chupar
  • Finnish Jeannine Otis & Heikki Sarmanto - Magic Song
  • Natalie Cole - Annie Mae
  • Bilal feat BIG K.R.I.T. - Pleasure Toy
  • Benet - Floating
  • The Weekend - Can't Feel My Face
  • Kartell - All Night
  • Selection - Got To Be Real
  • Terri Wells - I'll Be Around
  • Leon Ware - Hungry
  • The Blackbyrds - Better Days
  • Shock USA - That's A Lady
  • Malente - The Fever
  • Opolopo - Get On Up
  • Dego - The Stronghold Of Lithius

 
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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