Category: Soul/funk

Kinetic - Various - Groove Inc. - Beats Working (CD)


  1. Teshura says:
    Hailing from the UK, Kinetic Groove is quickly rising as one of the most exciting independent outlets for underground house music. The label set out to release material from artists on an internat. London. 2 Tracks. Followers. Stream Tracks and Playlists from kineticgroove on .
  2. Dulkis says:
    Interstate between Page and Interstate 64 Up to two southbound lanes closed from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. with various ramps also closed intermittently. 5. Ramp from eastbound Interstate 44 to Walnut Missing: Kinetic.
  3. Kigabar says:
    This is a really great CD. I've been a Fila fan for a few years and I've heard all their work, I own Power Clown, Mess, Maim That Tune, A Touch of Cloth, and now AnotherLateNight. The ONLY bad thing about this CD is track 3. "Infesticons" is a rap, for lack of a better word. It's just awful/5(19).
  4. Mikagul says:
    If drums were enough to make us love a record, we'd love this one to death – but it's also got a heck of a lot more to offer! Quantic Soul Orchestra return with a smashing second set – one that's even tighter and funkier than the first one – with a sound that really bridges both sides of the Quantic camp! The first go-round, the classic style of Quantic Soul were kind of an.
  5. Mazulabar says:
    Dusted Beats, Volume 2 ~ Release by Various Artists (see all versions of this release, 1 available).
  6. Teran says:
    The Rhythm Masters one stands out, as the weight of the bass is just overpowering. The beats really roll at an alarming rate too. It has a great groove to it (as did most Rhythm Masters remixes). Yes its a bit house-by numbers, but the riff works, the beats work, and the bass does.
  7. Kigor says:
    Jul 29,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - ULTIMATE BREAKS AND BEATS HIP HOP RAP SOUL FUNK RARE GROOVE OLDSKOOL YouTube 80's R&B Soul Groove Mix - Duration: Radio gardanakalenfefyn.xyzinfog: Kinetic.
  8. Mezinos says:
    Groovy Paris – remade! Most of these tracks are recent numbers from female French singers – done in a style that borrows heavily from classic Parisian girl pop of the 60s, but which fuses the best elements into a modern style that has some nice elements of groove and chilled-out beats! There's lots of bossa bubbling through the mix too – and titles include "Por Que Te Brand: Rambling (Japan) (Label).

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