Read the full Magnetic Mag premiere HERE.
There’s nothing we love more here on The Adventures Of Soul Clap, than shining the light on upcoming talent, and not only is Jack Priest a name to watch in this game, he’s also been contributing to Crew Love for quite awhile now. As our only UK operative he plays an integral role, repping the crew in merry olde England, but his biggest talent is his knack for edits. From Human League, to Eartha Kitt, to Conan Mockasin, to Love and Rockets, Jack’s reinterpreted jams for many a dancefloor. He’s dropped a bunch of these signature edits on the Crew Love site and an edit 12″ on Wolf + Lamb Black. Now he steps up for an eclectic mix of jams for the podcast. Get to know Jack Priest.
“Ive always been a huge fan of the Adventures Of Soul Clap so compiling a mix was a big challenge. I tried focus on the smoother and more underground side of pop music new and old. Big love to the clap for having me in. PS the mix sounds best when you listen in the bath”
Giorgio Moroder – Leopard Tree Dream
Connan Mockasin – Im The Man That Will Find You
Tame Impala ‘Cause Im A Man
Sean Nicholas Savage – Naturally
Homeshake – Ok
Part Time – I Wanna Take You Out
Inc – Trust
Vangelis – Blade Runner Blues
Nev Cottee – If I Could Tell You
Cigarettes After Sex Affection
Mood Rings – The Line
Boards Of Canada – In A Beautiful Place
The Only Face – Bryan Ferry
Kate Bush – Babooshka
The Alan Parsons Project – Chinese Whispers
The Wake – Melancholy Man
Blood Orange –
L’Impèratice – Agitations Tropicales
Some people call it Miami Music Week, but to us it will always be WMC. Our 16th year is next week and better believe its full of action…
This years week of events is gonna be a whirlwind! First up on Tuesday, DOORLY (https://www.miamimusicweek.com/event/doorly-and-friends) invited us to get down with him and friends for an afternoon pool party at One Hotel. Wednesday we join MARTIN BUTTRICH to celebrate his “Collaborator” (https://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?857244) album release party at Trade. Thursday it’s the 6th annual FUCKING CATALINA WINE MIXER (RSVP email@example.com) at the Soho Beach House and this year our big guest is none other than Josh Wink! Friday we got the night off (thank heavens). Saturday is a double header; we play early at GET LOST (https://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?937501) and then join NICK MONACO for a FREE pool party at the Freehand Hotel (http://freehandhotels.com/miami/facebook-events/nick-monaco-soul-clap/) until 7pm. Finally on Sunday, the HOUSE OF EFUNK (https://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?933151) returns to The Electric Pickle for a marathon of music, kicking off at 3pm with 20+ DJs headlined by Kenny Dope and DâM-FunK! Also, this year we’re proud to present our latest Soul Clap curated compilation “Three Oh Five Life” (https://soulclaprecords.lnk.to/ThreeOhFiveLife) featuring 9 original tracks, all made by Miami based talent out now on Soul Clap Records.
This year we’re donating a portion of the week’s proceeds to PARTIES FOR PEACE’s (http://www.parties4peace.com) educational programs for Venezuelan youth through the MUSIC & ART PEACE ACADEMY (https://www.facebook.com/musicandartpeaceacademy) which will help Venezuelan music students get on this year’s Peace Boat.
This month the podcast is finally back with more episodes! First up Psolomon Williams aka Absence who we were first introduced to when he rapped on beats by Tanner Ross and Jules Born. Now, as Absence he’s DJing free form house music and we’re happy to share the sounds with you.
Born and Raised in Virginia Beach Virginia, Psolomon Williams aka Absence grew up playing piano at a very young age. In his early teenage years absence created and participated in medal core and hardcore bands. After relocating to Miami in 2011 he first became immersed in house music culture by frequenting venues like The Electric Pickle and Treehouse. Grounded in his Virginia roots along with the cultural melting pot of his Miami surroundings, Absence began to experiment with his music blending electronic, hip hop and elements of Jazz with the song structure of metal. Absence more recently moved to Los Angeles where he is now Djing in a variety of underground dance and electronic music venues and parties. Biggest Influences: Mobb Deep, Metallica, Boy Sets Fire, Tool, Clipse
Larry Houl- Barbarian Nights
Peggy Gou- Rose
Floating Points- Nut Sonores
Million Dollar Orchestra- Keeps me up late at night
Dizzy Womack- Slava 47
Dizzy Womack- She Goes Back (Original Mix)
Rhythm and Soul- Late Night City
Times Are Ruff- Great Funkin Times
Rekchampa- All I Have
Le Yeux- Coco
Dizzy Womack- French Sin
Ohbliv- 94 Gortex Bubble Jacket
Secret Value Orchestra- Serious Intentions
Read the THUMP story HERE.
We’ve released the second full length LP on our label, Soul Clap Records! This one comes from Brooklyn disco ensemble Midnight Magic and it’s full of musical voodoo to move you.
Read the full story HERE.
“Positivity, tolerance and love are in short supply right now. When Amy sang this song, she was going through a really tough time. The creation of this song was a therapeutic process. It has served that purpose several times. The first time we performed it live, during a Pride-related event, unbeknownst to us, the Orlando nightclub massacre was taking place across the country. The next day I thought about that moment and listened back to the song and wondered where to find hope.
This song was supposed to come out several months from now but Eli [from Soul Clap] contacted me on Wednesday morning and we agreed, we need to share our therapy with you sooner, rather than later. In Amy’s words, “for all of the songs that have come before, begging and pleading with our humanity to be better to each other, it would seem it’s not enough, so we wrote one more.” – Michael The Lion
Read The Story Here: http://thevinylfactory.com/vinyl-factory-films/the-record-sweep-soul-clap/