review logoSo many great releases this week, so picking a favorite was a tough choice...

Brutha Basil & Kelvin Sylvester "Thankful" (Brukel Music Promo)

Brukel Music continue to grace us with nothing but the best in soulful house music with their latest offering by Brutha Basil and Kelvin Sylvester entitled "Thankful", Without any doubt, Brutha Basil's unmatched spoken word poetry together with the enchanting backing vocals by Kelvin Sylvester, the keyboard wizardry of Yuki Kanesaka and the lively organic backdrop will make you yearn for more... As cherry on top, there is a brilliant broken beat flavored rendition oozing with an intriguing groovey vibe included.

Coflo & Lady C "Easy" (AtJazz Remix)(Ocha Records Promo)

Back in summer of 2019, Ocha Records dropped the amazing verily soulful yet enthralling afro influenced "Easy" produced by Coflo, with the lyrics written and performed in grand style by Caroline 'Lady C' Fraser. Now track returns in a breath-taking remix by AtJazz (Martin Iveson) who adds his trademark truly magical touch to take the original groove and vocal to deeper downright hypnotizing grounds. Essential.

George Livanos & Jaidene Veda "How cliche" (Meecumbe Recordings Promo)

Don't miss out on this mind-blowing soulful gem by DJ/producer George Livanos and songstress extraordinaire Jaidene Veda. Beyond any doubt, this uber soulful yet mesmerizing track using smooth yet compelling organic rhythms as foundation for Jaidene Veda's one-of-a-kind sultry vocals, luxurious jazzed-up keys, sweet guitar and beautiful cello is sure to send shivers down your spine...

Ananda Project featuring Terrance Downs "The one" (Masaki Morii Remix)(NiteGrooves Records Promo)

The wonderful "The one" featuring vocalist Terrance Downs was originally released back in 2003 on Ananda Project's full length album"Morning light", now the track returns in fresh remixes by Japan based Masaki Morii who delivers a soulful yet vibrant and froward-thinking re-imagination which fuses Terrance Downs unequaled haunting vocals with tantalizing synth melodies and a captivating funk drenched backdrop.

Steven Stone & Lifford "I didn't know" (Soul Deluxe Recordings Promo)

Available now on promo through Soul Deluxe Recordings is the magnificent "I didn't know" a collaboration Swiss DJ/producer Steven Stone with renowned UK vocalist Lifford. To make a long story short, "I didn't know" featuring the inimitable deep rooted vocals of Lifford alongside bodacious keys, dreamful chords and an infectious funktified musical backing is sure to cast a spell on you.

Traxx Pick: Antonio Trinchera "The tractor and the child" (Elbert Phillips Remix)(A.MA Records Promo)

We are closing this weeks update with something truly special, the phenomenal Elbert Phillips interpretation of "The tractor and the child" by Guitarist Antonio Trinchera (taken from his latest album "Fauves"). Indisputably, Elbert Phillips has been pulling out all the stops on his fabulous four-to-the-floor interpretation that keeps the spirit and vibe of the original alive yet takes the track straight to the dance floor.