NEW MIX: 90’s Hip Hop, Funk + Disco vibes / JR Dynamite live at SOUL OF SYDNEY Vivid Special – May 2015 |


JR Dynamite at Vivid

LISTEN HERE | hearthis.at/soulofsydney/236/

JR.Dynamite Edits HIP HOP & FUNK MIX: live in the mix at SOUL OF SYDNEY’s Vivid Special (May 2015)

Listen & Download | https://hearthis.at/soulofsydney/236/

Highly recommend from one of Sydney’s undisputed kings of the Soul & Funk edit and one of our favorite local selectors too. We are so honored to be able to host the first Soul of Sydney set from our good friend and one of our favorite local DJ’s earlier this year.. Sydney’s unmistakable king of the FUNK EDIT, JR DYNAMITE absolutely blessed us with a killer set of party jams including an eclectic mix of 80’s Hip Hop & Boogie, Dance Hall vibes & a heavy dose of Disco Funk Goodness thrown in for good measure.

Tracklist:
– A TRIBUTE CALLED QUEST – OH MY GOD
– GAP BAND – OUTSTANDING
– LYRICS BORN – I CHANGED MY MIND
– KURTIS BLOW – PARTY TIME
– TOM BROWNE – FUNKIN’ FOR JAMAICA
– OZOMATLI – CUT CHEMIST SUITE
– RUN DMC – PETER PIPER
– ?
– SHABBA RANKS – TINGA-LINGA-LING
– ?
– JAMES BROWN – GET UP OFFA THAT THING
– FUNKADELIC- (NOT JUST) KNEE DEEP
– STEVIE WONDER – DO I DO
– HERMAN KELLY & LIFE – DANCE TO THE DRUMMER’S BEAT
– THINGS I DO FOR YOU – ?
– PATRICE RUSHEN – HAVEN’T YOU HEARD
– JR.DYNAMITE EDITS- BRAZILIAN RAPPERS DELIGHT (THIS IS NOT AN EDIT)
– BOB MARLEY – COULD YOU BE LOVE
– FATBACK BAND – BUS STOP (EDIT)
– ?
– THE BAR-KAYS – FREAKSHOW ON THE DANCE FLOOR

About Jr Dynamite:
Local Sydney DJ/Producer, JR.DYNAMITE, has been bringing his special flavour filled, filtered DISCO, ballin’ SOUL, festive FUNK, nostalgic HIPHOP, rootsy REGGAE and Latin BOOGALOO to welcoming ears for over 20 years. Over the past few years he has burst onto the re-edit/production scene locally and internationally scoring a 7″ release on popular indi funk label, Wah Wah (UK), which hit top 10 in the digital Hypem internet charts.

Amassing a large, devoted group of followers, whom await eagerly for their regular hit of aural pleasure. In demand locally and internationally, he has toured extensively throughout Mexico, Ibiza, Jersey, Brasil, England, Montenegro, Germany, Italy, Thailand, Australia and New Zealand, supported a stack of local and international acts including Major Lazer, Coldplay, Mark Ronson and Rudimental with Funk Ferret (NZ) exclaiming ‘that boy is a total pro at getting the dancefloor pumping’. Keeping himself busy as Channel V’s resident promo dj, he also holds down current rotations at some of Sydney’s finest establishments.

Links /
www.facebook.com/DJ.JR.Dynamite
www.soundcloud.com/jrdynamite
www.instagram.com/jrdynamite
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Catch JR.Dynamite Edits holding it down at SOUL OF SYDNEY 4th BDAY SPECIAL on SUNDAY DEC 6 from 12pm at a NEW indoor / outdoor location with the help from some of Sydney’s finest.

Limited $10 tix and party info at /
www.facebook.com/events/1512852302360464/

SOUL OF SYDNEY: 4th Bday Special | Sun Dec 6 from 12pm.
An afternoon of FEEL-GOOD FUNK, SOUL, DISCO, OLD SCHOOL PARTY JAMS, AFRO-BEAT & BEYOND.
feat. Sydney Funk POWERHOUSE
DARRLYL BEATON & THE D1 CARTEL (LIVE)
+
SOUL OF SYDNEY DJ’s & friends,
JR DYNAMITE,
ELCHINO,
DJ LICHE,
STEPHEN FERRIS
PHIL TOKE
+ more tba.

Happening a NEW courtyard location (fully licensed, 18+) (only 10 mins from CBD)

Very limited $10 tix & Info
www.facebook.com/events/1512852302360464/

 

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Monday Mixtape: Danny De Sousa live at Soul of Sydney Frankie Knuckles tribute | Disco, Garage, 90’s House vibes.


One of our favorite local selectors, Danny De Sousa bringing the 90’s House, Garage & Disco warmness live at Frankie Knuckles tribute a few weeks back. Having some fun in the 4:30pm set on CDJ and our new E&S DJR 400 Rotary Mixer.

Date: Sunday April 19 2015 / 4:30 pm
Time: 90+ mins.
Style: Garage, Funk, Disco, 90’s House Vibes

Track List (Incomplete) 

  1. Frankie Knuckles interview
  2. You Got The Love by Frankie Knuckles
  3. I’m Every Woman by Chaka Khan
  4. ?
  5. I Want You For Myself (Tribute To The Duke) by Ramsey Hercules
  6. Tears (Classic vocal) by Frankie Knuckles Presents Satoshi Tomiie
  7. ?
  8. Gypsy Woman (She’s Homeless) (Basement Boys Strip To The Bone mix) by Crystal Waters
  9. ?
  10. Erotic City by Prin se
  11. Blind (Frankie Knuckles remix) by Hercules & Love Affair
  12. He Is The Joy (UBP Classic mix) by Donna Allen
  13. Moon Child by Captain Sky
  14. UNKNOWN
  15. Body Work (vocal mix) by Hot Streak
  16. Trapped (vocal version) by Colonel Abrams
  17. Reach Inside (Restless Soul Peaktime mix) by Bah Samba
  18. To be in love by Masters at Work / Nuyorcian Soul feat. India

Disco Edit: DJ RAHAAN – Hit & Run 2009


VIDEO FOOTAGE & PHOTOGRAPHY TAKENAT SOUL OF SYDNEY BLOCK PARTY – FEB 10 2013 

MUSIC – RAHAAN – HIT & RUN EDIT 2009

DJ RAHAAN (CHICAGO) – SUN MARCH 24 (AFTERNOON SET)

SOUL- DISCO – FUNK – EARLY HOUSE VIBES

Our House Sydney & Soul Of Sydney are proud and excited to present renowned Chicago DJ, Rahaan. Having been inspired by Chicago dance pioneers such as Ron Hardy, Farley Jackmaster Funk, and The Hot Mix 5, Rahaan has been playing music spanning everything from DEEP HOUSE, DISCO, BOOGIE & FUNK since the 80’s & is the dopest DISCO DJ around if your ask us.

His fearsome talent behind the decks has led to a fanatical worldwide following while his mixes are highly regarded, weaving rare and choice cuts flawlessly.

Rahaan has released numerous tracks through music labels JiscoMusic, Stilove4music, KAT and was a producer on Peven Everett’s “Sexy One” on Unified Records. His performances have spanned the globe and included famed parties such as the Southport Weekender, Northern Soul and Bring The Heat.

Local support includes Frenzie (Groove Therapy Radio), Gian Arpino (Tan Crackers Soul Club) Phil Toke, Michael Zac, Eadie Ramia and Soul Of Sydney DJ’s

First release $15+BF Pre-sale tickets are available from http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?447318

SOUL OF SYDNEY : SECRET NEW AUSTRALIA DAY LONG WEEKEND BLOCK PARTY SPECIAL

Soul of Sydney & Our House Sydney proudly present:

SPIRIT OF HOUSE SECRET BLOCKPARTY (AUSTRALIA DAY LONG WEEKEND)

An afternoon tribute to 30+ years of House music & its Funk & Disco roots.

MUSIC: Strictly Early Chicago House, New York Disco, Garage, Soul & Funk Vibes.

DATE: AUSTRALIA DAY LONG WEEKEND – 1pm-8pm

DJ’S: Soul of Sydney DJ’s & Friends, Phil Toke, Michael Zac, Nick Vidal, Danny De Sousa, Ian Lavelle

LOCATION: Secret innercity dance floor oasis (near surry hills)

TICKETS: Limited early pre-sale tickets by RSVP available from via soulofsydney@gmail.com

PLEASE NOTE:

– This is a very special limited capacity  ticketed event
– Our last two events completely sold out & we had to turn back 100+ people from each one so please lock in you spot on the dancefloor early for this one.
– Venue details will only be released to ticket holders
– There will be NO DOOR SALES or Guest-list if we sell out again.
-Feel free to email us at soulofsydney@gmail.com if any questions etc
– we are doing this strictly for the LOVE of good music & amazing people, please feel free to spread the word to any of our friends who you think might dig the idea,
:)

ABOUT SPIRIT OF HOUSE?
Spirit Of House is a secret afternoon party collaboration between Soul of Sydney & Our House put on every couple of months to pay homage to the last 30+ years of House music & its Disco-Funk roots in unique & interesting locations. We make a special point pay tribute to the DJ’s, Producers and iconic clubs who have helped create and shape House music over the last three decades. Figures & Clubs such as Frankie Knuckles, Larry Levan, Ron Hardy, Glenn Underground, John Morales, Kerri Chandler, Ron Trent, Joey Negro, Joe Claussell, Danny Krivit, Kenny Dixon Jr, Theo Parrish, Norman Jay, Lil Louis Masters At Work The Warehouse, Zanzibar, The Musik Box and The Paradise Garage.

Our House Sydney & Soul-Of Sydney, bringing you that BODY MUSIC!

CHICAGO HOUSE – NY DISCO – GARAGE – FUNK – BOOGIE – DEEP HOUSE – ACID HOUSE

GLOBAL HIP HOP: A BEIRUT MINUTE Feat. Nickodemus Edd Fareeq l’Atrash, Yaseen, Malikah & Ram6 Hamorabi,


A BEIRUT MINUTE video:


http://www.vimeo.com/41750109

https://mail-attachment.googleusercontent.com/attachment/u/0/?ui=2&ik=23481b57fe&view=att&th=1375441b4284a067&attid=0.1&disp=inline&realattid=f_h29mbc500&safe=1&zw&saduie=AG9B_P-WMjw5wLyNApAzywxLu6b_&sadet=1337148625693&sads=ON_q0ckyGmkMMRflD1f-izSqNXg&sadssc=1Nickodemus’ first musical love has been hip-hop – in large part because of hip-hop’s ability to convey a poignant social commentary through lyrics and production. This is what drew him and Justin Carty together to form the project “A New York Minute,” released in May 2011 to critical acclaim. The project brought together the top talent in New York City’s underground hip-hop culture The Real Live Show, Rabbi Darkside & iLLspokinN – as well as legendaryMC Sadat X (Brand Nubian) to do a track and video inspired by the uprisings in the Arab world, the Wisconsin labor strikes & the possibility of the same tipping point in NYC. Nickodemus and Carty always envisioned a continuation of the “A New York Minute “to be “A Global Minute” and the opportunity presented itself in September of 2011 when a musical DJ collective The Beirut Groove Collective, and Jembe Music invited Nickodemus to Beirut – one of the cities most associated with the turbulence of modern Middle East history and a city that has held a special place in hip-hop lore for decades. The hub of the burgeoning Arab hip-hop movement, Beirut has gone largely unnoticed as the uprisings in the Middle East have taken on despots, dictators and monarchs with unflinching bravery and ingenuity. Beirut’s fight, however, is one that represents Arab struggles on many fronts.

“A Beirut Minute” video/song will help illustrate why Lebanon is a country still recovering from a devastating 1975-1990 Civil War and more recently the War versus Israel in 2006, despite it being a top tourist destination over the last 3 years. Through A Beirut Minute people will be viewing Beirut through the lyrical talents of four of the finest Arab MCs on the scene today including, Edd Fareeq l’Atrash, Yaseen, Malikah (who’s worked with everyone from Nate Dogg to Cheb Mami) & Ram6 Hamorabi, rhyming over a raw 70’s style drum-break & flipping to a Middle-Eastern Tarab-sampling Hip-hop beat. Vocal version & an instrumental included.

GRAB THE 7: Dusty Groove, Insound, UGHH
PREVIEW & PURCHASE DIGITAL: iTunes , Amazon, Beatport

SYDNEY HIP HOP: Chance Waters – Maybe Tomorrow Ft Lilian Blue


As of 7pm tonight, Chance Waters will be officially releasing his new single “Maybe Tomorrow”, check the unlisted YouTube link below to have a listen immediately!

Here is what Lewi McKirdy said about the song at Triple J;

“So jaunty and sweet! The charm of the song fully curtains the neg-out theme in the lyrics. I love that! Such a bright spin on a bunch of bad shit. Sunny dispositions fix a lot.”

Please contact me if you would like to be door listed for the Sydney show this Saturday night at the FBi Social.

Following the success of his first single ‘Infinity’, (currently sitting at over 20,000 views on YouTube), Chance has had his head down in the studio and this weekwill release his new track, ‘Maybe Tomorrow’ from his soon to be released album, ‘Infinity’.

Produced by One Above, (The Hilltops) the new single demonstrates Chance’s lyrical potency and his potential to push the typical boundaries of the hip-hop genre with an up-beat tempo, off-beat rhythm, piano-rock influences and live instrumentation.

Following widespread national acclaim under the appellation Phatchance, Sydney hip hop artist Chance Waters is losing the alias and going ‘au naturale’ with his given name. Chance is facing a ride on a wave of aftershock following his previous success that can only further shake up the Australian hip-hop scene, as we know it.

Chance’s debut album INKSTAIN saw the artist claim Featured Artist spots on triple j Unearthed and Music NSW as well as topping charts in AMRAP’s Most Ordered To Air Chart. After sparking a rave of support including The Australian Newspaper labeling him as “an intelligent lyricist and masterful storyteller”, Chance is well on his way to becoming a best-selling artist invigorating “a breath of fresh air” (Rave Mag).

Chance is undeniably cementing his place as a “burgeoning hip-hop star” (Dom Alessio, triple j) and carving the path for Australian hip-hop as he goes.

CHANCE WATERS

www.chancewaters.com

New Single

‘Maybe Tomorrow’

at radio now

From the soon to be released sophomore album

INFINITY

On tour

Saturday 18th of May – Evelyn Hotel – Melbourne [WITH SETH SENTRY]

Saturday 19th May – FBI Social – Sydney

For more information, contact Reckoning Entertainment

E: info P: (02) 8084 6305

Chance Waters | Coptic Soldier | Johnny Utah | Mind Over Matter | Smiles Again

P.O Box 832
Jannali, NSW , 2226

www.iforgetsorry.com

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