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You'll find a cornucopia of tasty tunes to bounce off your eardrums. I update with new tunes, art and photography every week, depending on what I'm doing and listening to at the time, old and new. I'm based in London UK but I love to travel and discover new music along the way and share my musical journey on neoloop.

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Oct 5th, 2013 13:50pm

Right Here Right Now

Stoner lounge guru George Evelyn's Nightmares On Wax return with album number seven, Feelin' Good. All the usual hall marks of the Nightmares On Wax sound are there, funk driven groovers and soulful balearic chill-outs as well as the reggae tinged low-slung jams.

Opening with the lush strings of So Here We Are, a slowly chilled-out tune to ease us into the opulent orchestral sound. Be, I Do bounces along on a catchy skanking baseline evoking the visions of hotter climates. This tune, Now Is The Time is bubbling hot with a piano riff skipping through a looping ska-fused drum and bass. Moses from Zero 7 pops-up on the gospel-pop of Give Thx, the orchestral dynamics continue on the delightful Master Plan. Eye (Can't See) and Tapestry brings the funk with lashings of the feel good factor. It all end with Om Sweet H(Om)e a balearic meditation state that washes over the senses and transcends your mind into utopia, probably the Wax's sweetest chill-out track since Carboot Soul. Recommended.

Categories: Chill, Funk, Reggae, Soul
Oct 1st, 2013 23:51pm

Alternative Spaghetti western

Amazing song from an amazing album, can't get enough of this right now!

Oct 1st, 2013 23:43pm

Hot Buttered Soul

Last years massive dance floor filler Benediction showed that Jamie Jones, Lee Foss, Luca C and Ali Love had what it takes to produce great dance tunes with an eye on the pop charts. With their debut long player Different Sides Of The Sun, they try and evolve the success of Benediction and sometimes they succeed with flying colours. Isis (feat, The Egyptian Lover) is a magic carpet ride for the dance floor, gliding along the deep house beats with a sprinkling of middle-eastern highlights. Recent single Reverse Skydiving (feat. Anabel Englund) doesn't quite reach the heights of Benediction but comes in as the subtle little sister with an infectious slow bass-heavy rhythm. Anabel Englund features on a couple of other tracks, the brilliant driving beats of Mercury Rising and album closer Emerald City. This track Alternate State has been on repeat since I first played it, Róisín Murphy back to her Moloko best and Hot Natured providing another effortlessly irresistible baseline and funky bubbling synths to crown off an excellent debut. Recommended.

Buy it on iTunes here