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Souldynamic - West Side Of Afrika
West Side Of Afrika
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Samosa)
12,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Italian Duo Souldynamic have been turning the heat up considerably over the last couple of years. Releasing a steady stream of original track, remixes and their well loved disco reworks they have popped up on some of the most respected labels out there from King Street and Tribe to BBE. Consequently their remixes have adorned the releases of some of the most legendary performers from across the electronic scene including Louie Vega and Dennis Ferrer. Their latest release the ‘West Side Of Afrika’ EP see’s them land on the irrepressible Samosa Records. They are having a glorious couple of years with one sell out chart topping release after another so it’s a well made match. Comprising four tracks of afro centric house music it’s a wonderfully warm and inviting release if you love your percussive African disco. Lead track Guinee fuses easy going percussion with an effervescent bassline and a wonderfully expressive vocal. It’s a track which is easy to get lost in, one for those communal loved up dancefloor moments. Faranah is a more laid back affair again leading off with layers of percussion its swirling dual vocals and brass stabs give it tons of feel-good zest. Over on the flip Bamako is the deepest cut on the release. It’s pounding bassline cuts through the speakers, creating immeasurable straight to the dancefloor energy. Wonderfully succinct playing and a ridiculously hooky vocal top matters off perfectly.. Final track Beyla is the perfect way to see the release out. Energetic brass stabs power the track. Couple those with some brilliant looped up percussion and it’s a track which will fit a variety of situations from the more laid back to the peak time. Indeed the percussive break down midway through is worth buying two copies for.
C. Da Afro - Afro-Disiac EP
C. Da Afro
Afro-Disiac EP
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Samosa)
12,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Hot on the heels of what is proving to be one of the EP’s of the year in Funk Purpose Volume 3 Samosa Records keep their 2020 heat going with everyone’s favourite work-a-holic Greek disco missionary C.Da Afro. He’s a producer with disco and house flowing through his veins and is back with another monster of an EP here. Featuring three tracks of divine disco infused with sultry Latin flavours it’s a beautifully balanced release. First up is the eponymous title track in 'Afro-Disiac'. This one is deep groove and brass heavy house. The expressive bass groove lays the foundation for some stellar brass stabs and solos galore with some wonderful guitar licks keeping the track fresh and funky through-out. It’s a track for those wonderfully warm summers’ days when we have nothing more to worry about than to dance in the Ibizan sun. Next up is 'Smoothie' a deeper but no less groove infused track. Again packed to the hilt with some wonderful brass work, it’s another Latin edged track with a hooky vocal which grabs you by the scruff of the neck and bounces you all the way to the middle of the throng on the dance-floor. Solid percussion work keeps the energy levels deceptively high here. A seriously smooth track indeed! Closing the EP out co-label boss De Gama goes to work on the edit of 'Brazilian Groove'. This one is a track which originally popped up on C.Da Afro’s Expresso EP on Samosa a year ago and went on to be a huge DJ favourite across the rest of the year. Giving it a slightly tougher feel De Gama has kept all the best moments of the original intact adding in extra percussion and a heavier kit to take it straight to the main room. A solid rework which will give this one strong legs to see it through another year. A wonderful EP all round yet again for both Samosa and C.Da Afro and another one that is going to fly when it hits the shelves so make sure you get on that pre-order sharpish.
Lego Edit - The Afro-Soul EP
V.A. - Italian Disco Machine
V.A. - Funk Purpose Volume 3 Part 2
DJ Rocca - Journey To Kizimkazi
Hotmood - Samba E Sabor EP
Les Inferno - Disco Dude Volume 2
De Gama - Back 2 Afrika EP
Funk District, The - Congalizer EP
Funk District, The
Congalizer EP
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Samosa)
12,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder available from 25.09.2020
It’s been another golden year for Samosa with a consistent stream of ridiculously tasty releases from some of the hottest talent in the game. Following on from their afrocentric Souldynamic and C. da Afro releases for their latest edition Volume 19 they have drafted in the seriously hot Mexican producer The Funk District who delivers a stunning four track release. This is a real tour-de-force of an EP covering afro, groove heavy energy packed funk, Latin Disco and classic 70’s film score-esque looped up disco. Leading off with ‘Congalizer’ it’s the perfect track to follow the last two Samosa EP’s again returning to Africa’s golden shores. It’s a track packed with energy and real dancefloor verve. Featuring a frantic guitar line front and centre it’s a track which is a in a real hurry to drag you straight to the middle of the increasingly rapturous Samosa Records dancefloor. Expect super tight editing here as The Funk District builds the track through a series of ass shaking loops which perfectly jousts back and forward with a brilliant vocal. ‘Heaven is Gonna fall’ is another track which sets off at a breakneck pace. Super funky brass stabs, echo packed guitar riffs and energetic percussion underpin another stand out vocal. This is another surefire dancefloor track. Pop it on and watch your club erupt. Over on the flip ‘La Rapina’ is straight Latin dancefloor gold. Infused with all that is great with 70’s underground disco you can expect string stabs, a monster bassline and shimmering brass whilst the Cuba extolling vocal turns the heat up considerably. Seeing us off in fine style is ‘No Worries featuring Dr Disco’. It’s a loop heavy slice of hip shaking disco groove. With breakdowns aplenty it builds into a fierce guitar solo which it’s safe to say will stand out wherever you play it. In Sms019 The Funk District have mined the worlds disco vaults and turned in an EP which is both exciting and impossible not to completely lose yourself in. Make sure you jump on this one right now as the Samosa express continues its non stop journey straight to the heart of the dancefloor.
V.A. - Funk Purpose Volume 3 Part 1
Funk Purpose Volume 3 Part 1
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Samosa)
13,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Like a fine wine which matures each year Samosa Records steps into 2020 with a beautifully rounded fuller flavour release in the shape of Funk Purpose Vol. 3. In the same way as its predecessors the label has assembled an impressive team of heavy hitting producers to create an eight track EP which will surely cause serious mischief on dancefloors across the globe. As per Vol. 2 the release will be split into two separate four track 12”s which will be released a week apart.
Introducing the first 12” are Irish producers Get Down Edits. Their track ‘Coming At Ya’ sees a new electronic tinged direction for the label. Still harnessing bags of funk and soul it has a decidedly peak-time edge. This is a track which will perfectly fit for a wide range of rooms from straight up house floors courtesy of the frenetic kick to more adventurous disco floors. A golden start!
Next up and one of a raft of supremely talented Mexican producers who have deservedly broken through recently is Monsieur Van Pratt. His track 'U.F.O.' sounds like a 70’s space odyssey re-imagined for the 2020 dancefloor. Wonderfully laconic, its lazy funk draws you in beautifully.
Souldynamic harnesses a powerful but velvety smooth 70’s diva vocal on ‘Better’. Dripping in soul, its smooth strings add a wonderful warmth. Engaging and fulfilling it’s another peak-time moment.
Closing out the first 12” co-label boss De Gama is on familiar percussive ground. This is a producer who took 2019 by storm and if ‘Groove On’ is anything to go by 2020 had better watch out too. Hypnotic organs, bags of layered percussion and ass shakin’ breakdowns all come together for a track which will be a long-time DJ weapon.
First up on the second 12” is well loved Italian producer Moplen who keeps the percussion going strong with ‘Ain't No Dub About It’. Laser Synths, huge basslines and wonderfully expressive synths all combine with a monster funk guitar for a classic groove. Another 70’s-esque masterpiece as glanced through the sharp focus of the 2020 dancefloor lens.
German duo SoulBrigada are up next. Taking things down a couple of notches BPM wise with ‘Gonna Do’ they have created a lazy engaging groove which will see many a dancefloor off into a heaving mass.
Yet another Mexican Connection who came storming through the ranks in 2019 The Funk District is up next with ‘Anywhere You Like’. It’s got a decidedly Tequila soaked tinge to it. Packed with guitars, flutes and hypnotic vocal loops it’s another beautifully imagined slice of left-field disco.
Finally closing out the EP is Italy's DJ Rocca an artist so prolific in 2019 we were unsure where he managed to sneak a few hours of sleep in. Thankfully he also keeps the quality sky-high and so it is with ‘Da Lion Groove’. This one is a funk fuelled disco groove which is heavy on the brass licks and with enough energy to keep everyone dancing until the sure-fire arrival of Funk Purpose Vol. 4.
With a series this brilliant we can’t wait!
V.A. - Funk Purpose Volume 2 Part 1
Funk Purpose Volume 2 Part 1
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Samosa)
12,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Samosa Records continues it’s unstoppable runaway juggernaut of a year with the double EP 'Funk Purpose Vol. 2'. Featuring two slabs of HQ black wax with 4 tracks on each 12'' (Vol. 2/1 & Vol 2/2) which will come out 2 weeks apart.
Pulling out all the stops they have brought together a who’s who of the cream of the disco editor roll of honour.
Step up (in alphabetical order) Al Kent, Hotmood, Moodena & Sartorial, Raw Slavs on this 12''.
Kicking things off in dramatic fashion on Part 1 is Million Dollar Disco boss 'Al Kent' with a glorious slice of string laden vocal heaven in 'Where'. Cue classic brass stabs, sultry strings, filters in all the right places and some nifty drum rolls. These all set he scene perfectly for a power house of a female vocal. Opening tracks rarely kick things off with such class.
Following A1 is Russian outfit 'Raw Slavs' who jump straight into action with a groove fuelled soulful jam 'Born in R'. Like the first track it's powered by a wonderful string section. This one is a summer jam through and through. Expect to hear it across all the best summer's boat parties.
Also on a serious hot streak this year Tropical Disco Records 'Moodena & Sartorial' are first up on the flip side with the joyful smile inducing 'Got The Feeling'. Keys, stings, soulful vocals they are all here. A dance-floor certainty!
Closing out Part 1 is Mexican producer and Discoweey head honcho 'Hotmood' who steps into Jazzier territory with '700 Copies'. Ace keys, sweeping brass, brilliant drums. Deep but still party, a mercilessly cool track.
V.A. - Funk Purpose Volume 2 Part 2
Funk Purpose Volume 2 Part 2
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Samosa)
12,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Samosa Records continues it’s unstoppable runaway juggernaut of a year with the double EP 'Funk Purpose Vol. 2'.
Pulling out all the stops they have brought together a who’s who of the cream of the disco editor roll of honour. Not content with smashing Part 1 out of the park Part 2 is just as dynamic.
Step up (in alphabetical order) Fingerman, Pete Le Freq, Sleazy McQueen and Swifft Edits on this second 12''.
Hot Digits boss 'Fingerman' is first off and is in playful mode with 'Sabu’s Theme' another track heavy on the groove as a super funky bassline jousts with some great guitar licks. Looped up soul packed vocals soon take centre stage as the track ebbs and flows building drama as it goes. This one is peak time hold your partner tight and tell them you love them dance-floor action.
Another well regarded label boss is Alpaca Edit’s 'Pete Le Freq' who steps into action with 'Crew Say Dah'. Funky guitars, loose ass-shakin’ percussion and strings a-plenty all lead the way as the keys create an outrageously joyful vibe.
Turning over 'Sleazy McQueen' of Whiskey Disco delivers with 'Ready For Luv' a deep disco bumpin' groover of a house track packed with energetic drums, a real bounce of a bassline and smooth pads. The looped up vocal is a real ear worm moment.
The honour of closing out this brilliant release goes to 'Swifft Edits', a Canadian who currently resides in Japan. His entry to the EP 'Funk Comes Alive' is another stand out track. Brass, power vocals and some great drum programming all come together to light up the peak time. A monster track and a perfect way to close out a wonderful 12”.
C. Da Afro - Expresso EP
Chuggin Edits - Soultempo EP
Les Inferno - Disco Dude EP
De Gama - Funktastic EP
LTJ Edits - Bringing Me Over
Les Inferno - Everything I Do / What Do You Think
De Gama - Yebo / Mantekilla
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