Another calm sunday afternoon selection, that evolves slowly from ambient and smooth jazz to bright funk, soul and and finally a pinch of hazy, psychedelic goodness.
An eclectic selection for sweaty summer afternoons far away from busy schedules, appointments or commitments. Sit back, grab a beer, bring some patience and join a slowly evolving journey through calm ambient, sun-soaked soul, uplifting disco, laid-back house and anything in between.
Covering a lot of ground here - from jazzy ambient to soulful house, disco to pad-heavy electronica, percussive weirdness to latin classics and slowly back to ambient. No focus at all.
This one's is rather eclectic - hard to put genre tags on it but it's moving from smooth afro and world sounds to downtempo, house and even a touch of psychedelic folk/pop with the likes of George Harrison, Mild High Club or Minks. Enjoy.
The third issue of the Sunday Debrief series. This one starts off very relaxed and leftfield with the likes of Michal Turtle, Mood Hut's Disco Mantras (Memories in Time) or Ramzi
Another potential soundtrack to your sunday. This one starts off slowly before almost drifting into cheesy 80s territory with Imagination's "Just An Illusion" from 1982 and Randell & Schippers' "Love Jam", which was recently featured on Dam Funk's DJ Kicks installment.
Sunday Debrief is an attempt to provide a relaxing and ecclectic soundtrack to a lazy sunday or whenever it feels like one.
A selection of finer things to enjoy while catching early sunbeams. Initially I was aiming for 60 to 90 minutes of relaxing, warm music, but even during the rough pre-selection there was simply too much that really had to be included. Now we're clocking in at almost 3 hours. Good.
Recently I noticed an artist named Ve who had a lot of his work uploaded to thesixtyone.com and seemed a to have a large fanbase there. One of the songs that particularly caught my attention was "2:45". I'm glad Ve was not only absolutely ok with the...