Welcome to Traxsource LIVE, Your source for the finest underground house music on the planet. Get ready for East Coast party-starters Soul Clap to lead the way this week, treating you to an hour of fun and funk to celebrate their infectious new self-titled album on Crew Love Records.
The Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival 2015 is almost upon us, with one of the most anticipated parties featuring a pair of house music’s best-loved duos, Masters at Work and Soul Clap, who will be spinning at Verboten on Friday, November 6th 2015.
Having a wealth of musical history and notoriety in the scene, we reached out to Soul Clap to express why AIFF is the way to go.
Soul Clap “Calling all you funky fans. Rarely do we send out a message to the masses like this, but we NEED YOUR HELP! After more than two years in the making, our collaboration with Dr Funkenstein himself, GEORGE CLINTON has finally come to fruition and we need help to make the MUSIC VIDEO? With your contributions we can make this thing a reality, so please help us bring the funk to life in 2015!!!”
Soul Clap’s touring schedule is pretty relentless, performing at world famous clubs and festivals around the globe. With their new release on traxsource, which features legendary vocalist Robert Owens and remixes from the Master, Little Louie Vega, we caught up with the Boston duo of funk to chat about their psychedelic travels, in this brand new feature called “Our Favorite Clubs”.
The much loved Nice ‘n’ Ripe sound is being re-visited by Boston funksters Soul Clap, who have loving curated, compiled and mixed this whopping new 2 set selection.
“I’m actually trying to read Mina Moos paper with her, NOT look at her cleavage.” @Euphonik (pictured above)
News.Traxsource bring you this week’s pictorial round-up of what really goes on in the lives of some of our beloved producers, dj’s and labels whilst out on their travels…