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Cool Minute

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1. Cool Minute (feat Moniquea - vocal version)
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1. Cool Minute (instrumental)

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Slow Attack​/You're So Different

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1. Zackey Force Funk - Slow Attack
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1. XL Middleton - You're So Different

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All The Time

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1. All The Time
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1. His Lady

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Bodyrock Shotgun

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Tales of sordid street escapades, drugs and fast women have been long running themes for Tucson, AZ’s Zackey Force Funk. Though these are themes that have been explored to excess in music over the years, his psychedelic, acid-trip style has been what places him in another realm. Three quarters singing and one quarter rapping, the Force Funk sound has been well-established in the world of underground electronic music over the last decade. With the arrival of his MoFunk debut album, Bodyrock Shotgun, ZFF is set to advance yet another level with melodic modern funk production that challenges him to expand his one-of-a-kind vocal style to new territory.Highlights include the XL Middleton-produced title cut, a slow-rolling, vocoder-laced tune that haunts as much as it thumps. Brian Ellis brings his signature brand of moody electro funk on “Glass Dick Lovin’,” a dark tale of love lost to drug addiction. “Money Weighs A Ton,” imported from the recent Boy Dude LP on Hobo Camp, slides seamlessly into the playlist with pulsating synths framing an unapologetic hustler’s manifesto. “El Mero Mero” (prod. by XL Middleton) stands as another declaration of street corner superiority, while “Get The Gun” serves as a self-explanatory footnote on how to keep said position, over Moog-y production from Adam Chini that is equal parts Blaxploitation and retro science fiction. Further productions from Throwback Zack, Proh Mic, Trailer Limon, DJ Spy-D, and Elegant Borzoi form a veritable who’s who in the land of modern funk, and show Zackey’s superb ear for beat curation.

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1. Bodyrock Shotgun
2. Glass Dick Lovin' (feat I & Ced)
3. Part Time Lover
4. Last Prayers
5. Satis-Fakshun
6. Dead On Arrival
Side 2
1. El Mero Mero (remix)
2. Money Weighs A Ton
3. Party Fire
4. Sail On
5. Sound Advice
6. Get The Gun

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Things Are Happening

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Things are happening. It’s a perpetual truth and something of a mysterious, even ominous, sentiment as it applies to XL Middleton’s follow up to “Tap Water.” Fittingly, the content of “Things Are Happening” strays down darker or more cynical paths than its predecessor, and in doing so takes the modern funk ethos as a whole beyond tried and true formulas such as love songs or spiritual anthems. The grooves remain uptempo, the synth work is still warm and percussive. But, there’s a heavier story to tell, and greater truths to face. The album opens with the uptempo, lowrider-ready “Never Have Too Many Freaks.” Upon frst glance it’s a hedonistic ode to maintaining multitudes of willing women for carnal conquest, but further listens reveal the story of a man in search of love, let down too many times and thus led away from the pursuit of romance. “Look Who’s Talkin’” details the strenous nature of socializing as an introvert, with tongue-in-cheek lyrics seated atop a warbly electro-funk instrumental. This theme is explored again, in a more introspective fashion, on the album’s closer, “They Don’t Wanna Leave.” On “Better Friend” (feat. Moniquea), XL plays witness to those who would invade social circles for personal gain - an all too common sight in the music business, perhaps foreshadowing a future hip hop album by dropping a few bars before the song sizzles to a close. Him and Zackey Force Funk team up on “Paradise Of Pavement,” an anthem for the highs and lows of living in LA, framed by cosmic chords and grinding synth bass tones. “Purple Sheets” resonates with a slow Linn drum bounce as XL’s vocoder fnally offers a moment of unbridled love/lust, adding a dimension to the album more akin to “Tap Water” than anything else on the project. Some might argue that the internalized nature of “Things Are Happening” is badly timed, with the hyper-politicized environment we are now living in almost demanding social commentary in art above all else. However, this album is a reminder that, no matter who the president is or what global woes we are facing, we also exist outside of the collective mind and have our own individual stories to tell.

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1. Never Have Too Many Freaks
2. Look Who's Talkin'
3. Ice Level (interlude)
4. Purple Sheets
5. Paradise Of Pavement (feat Zackey Force Funk)
Side 2
1. Better Friend (feat Moniquea)
2. Prelude To The Invasion (interlude)
3. Enjoy The Ride
4. Gotta Let You Go
5. They Don't Wanna Leave Me

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Blackwavefunk

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Moniquea established herself as one of the foremost female artists in the modern funk scene with her 2014 MoFunk Records debut album Yes No Maybe. For her followup, she continues exploring and expanding upon the boogie/modern soul sound of her debut, and at the same time, ventures bravely into a new sound inspired by the new wave and synthpop sounds of the 80’s. Thus, the album title: Blackwavefunk.Listening to Blackwavefunk feels like sweeping across a spectrum of sounds and feels. The lead single, “Checkin’ Out,” channels the ‘street funk’ sound that Moniquea’s native California is known for, while “I Just Don’t Know” slows the pace and mood to offer up one of the few true downtempo love songs of the genre. “When You Are Away,” “Make You Feel My Love” (feat. Brian Ellis) and “Why Can’t You See” offer sleek, sexy modern soul soundscapes while the Turquoise Summers-produced “Knew It” thumps with a menacing g-funk bounce. Finally, the wave in Blackwavefunk reveals itself on the eccentric “Check Your Sources,” an anthem about sordid speculation and grievous gossip, over a musical backdrop that sounds like 1999-era Prince and DPG somehow achieved perfect sonic fusion. The album’s closer, “Famous,” takes it further and gives a glimpse of what it might sound like if Bernie Worrell played synth basslines for OMD or Pet Shop Boys.

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1. Checkin' Out
2. Knew It
3. When You Are Away
4. I Just Don't Know
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1. Check Your Sources
2. Make You Feel My Love (feat Brian Ellis)
3. Why Can't You See
4. Famous

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Loveline

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Following the release of his limited-edition "Boomerang" EP and his cassette-only album "Special Request," Diamond Ortiz brings you his first full-length LP, "Loveline." His heavy, bounce-laden style carries the album from start to finish, cementing him as California's heir apparent to the gutter synth funk sound which originated from Ohio and found an adopted home out west, where it fit perfectly with the cultures of lowriding and popping/locking. Diamond Ortiz proves on "Loveline," as he has with all of his past efforts, that the sound he is a proponent of is not simply "retro" or "old school" - it has a place in the modern day pantheon of electronic music.

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1. (We Go Together Like) Saturday & Sunday
2. Cellular
3. Play It Kool
4. She Chose Me (feat Crystal Jackson)
5. Love Interest
6. Main Thang
7. If Mama Aint Happy (Aint Nobody Happy)
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1. In The Cut Like Whaat (feat Reality Jones & John Payne)
2. We Clicked
3. Love Me Up
4. Natural Fun (feat Moniquea)
5. Irene
6. Get Thru
7. Radio I O

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XL Middleton & Eddy Funkster

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As co-founders of the label MoFunk Records, and the production team behind one of modern funk’s signature anthems, “Press Play” (featuring Zackey Force Funk), XL Middleton + Eddy Funkster’s album is truly an opus long overdue. In sound, it draws heavily from LA’s musical well over the last several generations, bringing forth hard electro funk styles on “Show Some Respect,” bouncy lowrider funk on cuts like “Solicitation,” and giving a progressive nod to 90’s g-funk on the LBC’d out “California Fly,” which features Domino of “Getto Jam” fame. Furthermore, XL + EF channel the more modern feel of ambient, pad-heavy funk on songs like “On Our Way To Funkmosphere.” In spirit, it’s more of a P-Funkesque party, as the entire MoFunk roster plus extended family join in variously on all of the album’s 7 songs, contributing everything from vocals to guitar and talkbox. This is kind of party you’ll want to join in - an ongoing celebration known as modern funk.Latest effort from XL Middleton, whose “Tap Water” album was well received critically and commerciallyFirst joint effort from founders of MoFunk RecordsFeatures from several modern funk artists including Zackey Force Funk, Brian Ellis, Moniquea, and Diamond OrtizFeature from 90’s g-funk artist Domino, known for hit singles “Getto Jam” & “Sweet Potatoe Pie”

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1. MoFunk Anthem (feat Moniquea & Diamond Oritz)
2. Show Some Respect
3. Solicitation (feat Lady Deuce & Megan Doherty Of Social Lovers)
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1. Trading Places (feat Moniquea)
2. The Boys Are Back (feat Brian Ellis, Zackey Force Funk & Diamond Oritz)
3. California Fly (feat Dominio & Moniquea)
4. On Our Way To Funkmosphere

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Electrify​/​Breeze

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BACK IN STOCK !!!!Described as “an audiovisual production and performance duo,” Shiro Schwarz is truly a complete multimedia experience.The bright, 64-bit aesthetics of their visual style are a perfect compliment to their synth-heavy tunes, which blend elements of boogie funk, synth-pop, and new wave, while wrapping it all in an air of digital mystery, which lends deeply to the allure of their sound. MoFunk Records is proud to bring you Shiro’s first release in vinyl format, a 12” maxi single that includes “Electrify,” originally released in 2015 on their “Street Beat” album, and “Breeze” from 2013’s “Exoplanet Love.”

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1. Electrify (extended version)
2. Electrify (instrumental)
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1. Breeze (extended version)
2. Breeze (instrumental)

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A Certain Way (Remixes)

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Moniquea’s “A Certain Way,” as first heard on her “Yes No Maybe” album on MoFunk Records, has been remixed by some of the heavyweights in the modern and future funk scenes - Teeko, known for his intergalactic funk expeditions with partner B. Bravo on Starship Connection, and XL Middleton (with Eddy Funkster), who was responsible for the production of the original version. Teeko’s remix molds the original into an even more upbeat incarnation, riding the line between funk and soulful house, maintaining a deep, thumping rhythm with spaced out chords and leads sitting on top. The XL Middleton + Eddy Funkster remix goes in another direction, creating an electrofunk vibe akin to that of legends such as Egyptian Lover, melding fierce 808 drums and sparse synth work with dubbed out slices of Moniquea’s original vocal performance.

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1. A Certain Way (Teeko remix)
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1. A Certain Way (XL Middleton & Eddy Funkster remix)

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