Here comes the second EP from Loose Shus, direct from San Francisco, CA. Two years in the making, this self-titled EP combines modern funk, cosmic disco, and experimental synth boogie. The instruments used span three decades: from the 80s he used the Oberheim DX, Akai Ax60, Yamaha TX81z, to the 90s Roland JX-305, and onto present day software. The EP enlists the help of a few talented producers —XL Middleton‘s ripping keyboard solos can be heard on “Saturation” —PLAzA lays in some chilled out textures on “Ladies”.
Loose Shus EP will be out on Jan 21st.
A special sermon from a special friend. J.A.Z. is the Minister that preaches his way into your heart, slowly and synthy. A great man with a wonderful view of life, a magnificent record collection and the magic touch that drives certain gems to stardom.
Fern Kinney – Baby, Let Me Kiss You
Donna Summer – State of Independence
JAZ – State of Hindipendence (edit)
Colourbox – Turantula (edit)
Amin Peck – My Frames
Love International – Airport of Love
Clive Stevens – Mystery Man
The Unknown Cases – Misembabele
4D – Sex Appeal
Su Kramer – Magic Dance
Cat Stevens – Was Dog a Doughnut?
Will Powers – Adventures in Success (dub)
Sue Ann – My Baby, My
Key of Dreams – Africa (dub)
Nona Hendryx – Transformation
Letta Mbulu – Nomalizo
Pink Rhythm – Melodies of Love
Mike Francis – Survivor
Byron – Too Much