Over smooth vocals and a supremely funky bassline, Khamari displays giving into desire and letting go of denial. “Pull Up” is a foot tapper, a head nodder, a funk-driven single with bedroom R&B grooves.
Milla Thyme takes us to downtown Toronto and shows us around the city in “3 Dimensions.” His groovy flow is easy to settle into and the production is as alive as the city he describes.
A trans-Pacific jazz outfit based in Beijing, The Spice Cabinet has more moving parts than most, but you can hardly tell. “Bittersweet” is a compositional testament to the collaborative power of musicians in the internet age. The track was literally assembled around the world.
Ever wonder what it sounds like to dream with your eyes open? Sean Cleland imagined “Sleepless” to be the sound of laying awake in isolation of the late night. His mind wanders through a waking dreamland of funk and soul rhythms.
The trope of “too many cooks in the kitchen” just doesn’t apply to Phantom Phunk. Through the eccentric instrumentation and mastery of electronic sounds, “A Week Ago” becomes a refreshing funk hit, as unique as the components of the band.
Simply put, “In Love” is the sound of falling in love with sound. Otis James’ instrumentation takes after the likes of GRiZ, Flume, and The Floozies. It’s funk with just the right touch of synths and strings. The track goes beyond the sway and rhythm of the classic jam band and crosses into surprising new territory.
We scoured the internet for days looking for a solution to Christmas tempers and political arguments, and we found it. Family, meet Vulfpeck. Vulfpeck, meet the source of all my insecurities. Vulfpeck, the Saviors of Christmas Vulfpeck is a downright excellent American band hailing from the Midwest with some very funky roots. Their live performances […]