LIVE MIX: An afternoon with NYC DISCO LEGEND John Morales (M & M Mixes) Live @ Our House Sydney (SOULFUL DISCO EARLY HOUSE))


PART ONE OF A LIVE RECORDING OF A SPECIAL AFTERNOON WE HOSTED FEAT. WITH NYC DISCO LEGEND JOHN MORALES, RECORDED LIVE IN APRIL.

CLASSIC DISCO FUNK & EARLY HOUSE VIBES AT THEIR BEST.

THIS IS PART 1 OF A 4.5 HOUR MARATHON from a set that tore the roof of the LOFT at UTS!

e-mail soulofsydney@gmail.com for full set and download link & updates on our next throw downs..

JOHN MORALES ONLINE
JOHN MORALES SOUND CLOUD


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Tan Cracker’s Soul Club


New Venue, New Date, Quality Black Wax All Night Long!

It’s been a small while between our much talked about parties but fear not as we’re back at a new venue that compliments what we do with aplomb.

A dark space laced with antique furniture, incredible hand painted art on the walls and a nice deep RED keeping things sexy and warm + top notch sound to FEEL our unique wax recordings.

Friday 10th Feb is the date to lock in your diary so do so at once as your not going to want to miss this one! Limited capacity as always.

Selectors

Kinetic

Tom Tutton

Boogie Monster

&

Gian Arpino

will be joined by

Burn Hard (Motion)

&

Mase Boogie (Paper Plane Project)

playing the magical sounds of S.O.U.L music.

ONLY THE FINEST IN…

Rhythm & Blues

Latin/Brazilian Heat

Deep Funk

Modern Soul/Disco

JazzFunk

&

Motown/Classics

Plus $5 drinks between 8-10pm. (house wine, beer & spirits) + no cover charge if your in b4 9pm. In addition to this there will some complimentary food platters too.

Links:

AUSTRALIAN AFRO-BEAT: The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra Mr Clean


Our track of the day for Saturday 17th Sept is the infectous afro-beat sounds right out of Melbourne of The Public Opinion Afro Orchestra’s new single Mr Clean.

The will be celebrating the release tonight at Oxford Art Factorywith Sydneys own Afro Beat Power house The Liberators & Mr Gian Arpino dropping the afro inspired funk too.

The 7” single ‘Mr Clean (Pts 1 & 2),’ available in September on Hope Street Recordings through all good record stores.

www.thepublicopinion.net
www.nicheproductions.com.au

Saturday 17th Sept – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney w/ The Liberators and DJ Gian Arpino Tickets: www.moshtix.com.au

Also for fans of the Afro-Funk sounds we will be on FUNK patrol at the first local African Film Festival Film showcase on Oct 27th @ Red Rattler Warehouse Space.

The night will feature a special screening of the 1982 FELA documentary “Music Is The Weapon”  followed by live show by The Liberators & Soul Of Sydney DJ‘s + Friends paying our own special tribute with a solid dose of Afro-beat & Afro-Funk sounds to close off the night.

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DISCO,FUNK,HOUSE EDITS: U-TERN (CANADA) @ Tone (Sat Aug 13) Feat DJ’s; Gian Arpino,Shan Frenzie(Groove Therapy),Jack Prest (Flatwound),Mase Boogie (Paper Plane Project)


I got pretty excited when i found out the man who put out some of the craftiest edits and remixes of the last few years is coming to Sydney.

Canadian remixer producer and DJ U-tern is playing a special show @ Tone with supports including Gian Arpino, Frenzie, Jack Prest (Flatwound) & Mase Boogie (Paper Plane Project)

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Tone and Golden Era Present U-TERN (CANADA)
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U-Tern is a prolific remixer, re-working everyone from Mark Ronson (85,000 plays on Soundcloud) to Holy Ghost, Chromeo, Juan Atkins, Kris Menace, Aeroplane and Architecture in Helsinki. He produces original production as under his Oliver moniker and hosts a weekly radio show (One Day Later) on Brooklynradio.net.

He also produces under the name OLIVER with Oliver Goldstein – which is well worth checking too.

Local supports from Mase Boogie (Paper Plane Project), Jack Prest (Flatwound), Electric Avenue DJ’s (Gian Arpino and Downtown Brown), Wonderkid Frames and Superfresh Frenzie.

Tickets only $10+bf from R.A and Moshtix, more on the door (if they don’t sell out)

R.A – http://www.residentadvisor​.net/event.aspx?277553

Moshtix – http://www.moshtix.com.au/​event.aspx?id=49031&ref=ut​ern

Randa Khamis & The Soul Kingdom (Live on Vocals) with DJs Gian Arpino and Phil Toke This Saturday 6th Nov @ Tonic Lounge


Tonic Lounge is proud to present the dynamic RANDA KHAMIS From RANDA & THE SOUL KINGDOM.

Randa’s last album was Produced by down under funk supremo Lance Ferguson (The Bamboos/Cookin’ On 3 Burners/Lanu) and was a steamy brew of blistering funk, impassioned soul vocals,  and edgy grittiness. Randa’s high octane vocals urge, push and provoke – so be warned!

Having supported Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, The Bamboos and Lionel Richie in Australia, Randa WILL have you up and dancing in an instant with her brand of 21st century deep soul.

For more info peep the gig on facebook

Band links on myspace

About Randa

http://c1.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/65/m_47a7d9045d154850b20b44fa19cb1c3c.jpgBorn in Jordan from Palestinian parents, raised in the working class
suburbs of Perth, Australia, singer Randa Khamis caught the black music bug early. At the age of 12 she was talking her way into local clubs,
desperate to dance to the sounds of James Brown, Parliament, Kurtis
Blow, Ann Sexton and Aretha Franklin.

During her 20′s, Randa took up Belly Dancing and wanted to start
combining the use of Arabic rhythms with soul/funk vocals. She moved to London and began working with Moroccan band MOMO, KINOBE and Sasha Baron Cohens’ brother’s band ‘Zohar’ singing in Arabic. But it was with Leigh Gracie’s deep funk band ‘Speedometer’ that she spent much of her time singing, and after supporting the legend Eddie Bo, began touring with him in New Orleans, where he passed on his vast musical knowledge about performance and song writing. With this priceless experience under her belt, she returned to Perth, ready to harness her writing and recording experiences with her new band ‘Randa & The Soul Kingdom’. Moula Bux is a return to her Middle Eastern roots entwined in her funk/soul vocal influences.

Randa & The Soul Kingdom formed out of a common desire to write and perform in an authentic pledge to their funk/soul roots. A six piece band, consisting of trumpet, sax, drums, guitar, bass and vocals, they imbue a live, classic funk sound with a dynamic fresh edge they can safely call their own striking a balance between talented musicianship and emotional content. Receiving accolades from Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings when performing in support, a debut single for sale
around the world, internationally airplay and interest and some stellar live performances to sell-out crowds are just some of the reasons Randa & The Soul Kingdom have been tagged as the next jewel to come from the music womb of Perth. “If Betty Harris, Patti Drew, Donna Hathaway or The Blackbyrds are names that have any meaning to you, proudly add Randa & The Soul Kingdom to your Funk Collection”

Gian Arpino Boogie Mixup + Dam Funk Live Mix up at Deviation UK 2008


Gian Arpino 1980′s  Boogie Mix

Gian puts together this hot Boogie mix to give us a little taste of what we can expect from him at the DAM FUNK gig tonight. Expect more of the same from Sydneys Boogie don as he will be taking over from DAM FUNK till close tonight.

download or more of his mixes

Dam Funk live @ Deviation UK 2008


Download

Hosted by deviation music

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DAM FUNK’s Playing tonight in Sydney (15th May) @ The Basment

Supported by: Toni Toni Lee (Live), Gian Arpino and Japeye Bennett

Info at Facebook or Here

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