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  ‘Live At Home With His Bad Self’: The original idea that was lost and became the Godfather of Soul's 'Sex Machine' album has now been released with some previously unheard gold dust. Read UDiscoverMusic's full review and more on our news page!

Some great new releases in TheSpotlight this week and we’ve uploaded ‘Back To The Grooves’ - have a good one peeps! #happyfriday

Play it here on Spotify! 

Cool as ice this one chaps! I think it was live exactly 12 years ago this month! #enjoy

And as an extra treat this week there’s a Q&A with the fabulous Rita Ray over in The Spotlight!

Kele (Okereko) is back with his follow up to the folksy ‘Fatherland’ album and this one’s hitting all the buttons. Politics, funk and soul! Chuck in some serious old school Bloc Party where darkness meets disco and boom you’ve hit ‘2042’. It’s grabbed us by the whatnots here at HQ and that’s ‘What The Frequency is Kele’! Link to a full review from the legendary New Musical Express can be found on our news page along with much, much more!


 The awesome Funkatopia bring us an interview with Speech from Arrrested Development that's well worth a listen.

Check the full story and more here!

This weeks offering is another one culled from the ill fated podcast and it’s ‘Funky, Just Like You Want It!’. 

Missed a couple of weeks but getting back on track with ‘He Got Soul’ from waaaaaaaay back when! Have a listen right here! #enjoy 


Read Eddie and Brian Holland on their amazing hits for Motown from The Guardian plus more stories on our official flipboard page! 

Our first podcast ahead of the curve 12 years ago (obvs without the banter) - then we saw the fees so fucked it off! Good times!

Check it out on Spotify groovers! 

Motown founder Berry Gordy calls it quits at 89

Read this story from NBC News and more over on our official Flipboard news page!

One omission and one song change - same artist though! Baaaam!  

Now available @ the Spotify stream page thang for your listening pleasure! #enjoy

She’s Got Soul! - cued up just for you! (Bet you thought I’d forget - always be prepared)! Enjoy! 

Stream it here


  ‘Amazing Grace’ Shows Aretha Franklin At The Peak Of Her Powers, Singing For A Higher Power - read the full ‘Decider’ review (and more) over @ our official flipboard page!  

Here you go peepio’s! From the vault this week in 2007 -TheBeatCollector presents ‘Hold On’ #enjoy

Available to stream right here you gloriously funky people!


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