Back again…with more tracks and more funk. Too Funk Tuesday is an eclectic mix similar to an Utz party pack. Enjoy!
Childish Gambino — Sober (LeMarquis Cover)
First, LeMarquis is amazing — anytime I come across a new track of his, it’s usually a must listen. Second, HE SINGS THIS SONG. It’s got a cosmic feel that incorporates groovy bass kicks and out-of-this-world synths that perfectly match the subtle, filtered vocals.
So fine, so fine. Sensual in a way that only Marvin Gaye could provide, hopped on a modern-day, bass-jacking experimental house vibe. This track has massive breakdowns interspered with other-world synth bars that reimagine what disco could look like in a couple years.
Yay for Nu Disco! If you’re in love with chilled-out, french touch, like me, then this is the song for you. Filtered vocals on an energetic BPM that could make your shoulders shake any day of the week. The soul vocal is perfectly accompanied by an upbeat, feel-good melody that is made for the summer!
Arches feat. Karen Harding — New Love (Kokiri Remix)
I’m in love with the original, but Kokiri deserves the recognition for this superb remix. It brings a power-packed bassline and an extremely sexy saxophone that makes this once dancefloor shaker into a true, breakout banger.