Woolfy – Odyssey


“If You Know What’s Good For Ya!!” is the Solo debut from former UK native now LA transplant   Woolfy.   Woolfy lays down some smokey smooth vocals over a bed of groovy drums and flanged out synths.

Woolfy – Odyssey


last.fm bio:

Originally hailing from London, Woolfy started hitting the clubs in Los Angeles in 1991, back in the Flammable Liquid era and later Does Your Mama Know, and onto The Harvey Sessions. Started dj’ing in 1995, founded the deep house & funk club Pressure, and went on to be resident for Stereophonic at the legendary Fais Do Do. He started Projections with Dan Hastie (Breakestra / Orgone) in 2000 as well as the rudy band Sounds From The Ward. Projections went on to be signed by Guidance recordings and released the lp Between Here & Now and various singles. He’s also worked with Plant Life, Orgone & Pharcyde. While in New York around 2004, he met DJ Spun of Rong Records playing at his local. A few bottles of rum later, Rong records was releasing the Woolfy / Projections split single. A few spliffs later and If You Know What’s Good For Ya!! was complete. His influences include dirty disco, the rare 12”s from 73-84, a bit of English punk, pub funk, and booze.

Men – Credit Card Babie$


Hailing from New York and rising from the ashes of Le Tigre comes “Men“.   Sound is somewhere between Disco, House, Electronic, with a pinch of Reggae.

Band Memebers are:
JD Samson, Michael O’Neill and Ginger Brooks Takahashi – with contributions from Johanna Fateman and Emily Roysdon.

Men – Credit Card Babie$

Men – Off Our Backs


ESG – Dance


Lovin’ the bass hook on this track.   ESG (Emerald Sapphire & Gold) was an all girl group from South Bronx, New York circa 1978 to 1990’s.   They mix Soul, Funk, Disco, and New Wave all into their own dance vibe, which would probably be labeled “Deep House” now-a-days.   This track was originally released in 1982 on ESG’s EP titled, “ESG Says Dance To The Beat of Moody”.



Dani Siciliano – Be My Producer


Dani Siciliano started her music career as both a DJ in San Francisco and as a vocalist with a jazz quartet.   It was in San Francisco where she met Matthew Herbert who she would later collaborate with and ultimately saw Matthew co-produce both of her solo albums.

This track is taken from her second solo effort titled, “Slappers” that was release in 2006.   “Be My Producer”, has a nice glitchy soundscape that showcases Dani Siciliano’s R&B vocals.