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Soul Clap - Tempo Dreams Volum3 album

Soul Clap - Tempo Dreams Volum3 album
  • Performer Soul Clap
  • Title Tempo Dreams Volum3
  • Date of release 2015
  • Style Funk, Soul, House
  • Other formats VOX DTS ASF WMA MP2 DMF VOC
  • Genre Electronic / Soul
  • Size MP3 1639 mb
  • Size FLAC 1471 mb
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 245

Special tape of the album mixed by Soul Clap. Comes in a snazzy half black, half white tape! Includes unlimited streaming of Soul Clap Presents: Tempo Dreams Vol. 3 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 2 days. Purchasable with gift card. After two critically acclaimed volumes of their producer-driven compilation series Tempo Dreams, Brooklyn’s Bastard Jazz Recordings is back with Volume 3 of the beat-centric, forward looking concept.

After two critically acclaimed volumes of the producer oriented compilations Tempo Dreams, Brooklyn's Bastard Jazz Recordings is back with Volume 3 of the beat-centric, forward looking series. For this album, the label has tapped Soul Clap, the Boston bred, international ambassadors of all things funky. Piloting their cosmic mothership all over the globe, Soul Clap have built a cult following worldwide both through their solo endevaors and through their Crew Love brand formed with Brooklyn's Wolf+Lamb.

Soul Clap Presents: Tempo Dreams, Vol. 3, 2015. Life Unlimited (feat. Robert O'Dell), 04:26.

Bastard Jazz US. soul clap/various. Tempo Dreams Volume 3. Bastard Jazz US. Format: unmixed CD Cat: BJCD 08 Released: 16 Apr 15 Genre: Disco/Nu-Disco. Jules Born & Tanner Ross - "No 1 Else But You". 6. Soul Clap - "So Sedated" (feat Dayonne Rollins). 7. FSQ - "Break The Funk".

Staying with the Tempo Dreams theme of showcasing new styles, emerging artists and the best of their beatmaking peers, Soul Clap has compiled a showcase of entirely unreleased modern funk, electro soul, and leftfield house music on this compilation, sure to make their spiritual guide Dr. Funkenstein aka George Clinton proud. The left coast is further represented by Pasadena’s XL Middleton whose AntiSlumper kicks off the album with a throwback boogie excursion, while the George Clinton-approved production team FSQ delivers the irresistible down & dirty Break The Funk. Amsterdam artist Tom Trago comes in tough with the electro porn of Hard Cash while NYC is represented fully with disco hero Tom Noble’s Tanked, Analog Player’s Society’s wavey Enter City, and Greg Paulus’s late night soul vibes on Everything (Love Down).

M. Cruzer) – Tom Trago 03. Life Unlimited (Ajukaja & Andrevski Rework) – J. Loverman 04.