house music makes life on earth
so much better (mostly by sending your
soul into space).
corduroy mavericks and soulsupplement records
are kind of like the icing on that cake.
check ’em out and download their collaborative sounds
deep and soulful, this newest jam from
will make you dance
and know you’ll never be the same.
out now on traxsource and stompy
Leon Bismark “Bix” Beiderbecke (1903-1931)
(second from right in photo above)
hailed from Davenport, Iowa.
he learned to play the piano and cornet by ear,
pioneering an improvisational jazz style
of nuanced timing and harmony that
influenced musicians well beyond his lifetime.
“jazz me blues”, from 1924, includes his first
recorded cornet solo.
music can play an important role in the
learn more about its effects and benefits,
sound-scapes and trip-takes
from this talented duo
(an Unkle Funk joint)
available for download
new music landing soon
(it’s in the stars)…
speaking of binary…
if you’ve ever considered the beauty
of the inherent flaws in that system,
this might just be your jam.
Unkle Funk has new tunes on the way;
keep an eye in the sky for imminent launch date.
individual evolution = collective revolution
schröd(ing)er scholars encouraged to apply