News: BamaLoveSoul presents ‘On Deck’ compilation (+Sampler)

News: BamaLoveSoul presents ‘On Deck’ compilation (+Sampler)

The good people over at BamaLoveSoul are preparing the release of “On Deck” on vinyl, cd and digital format. The compilation will be released on June 26th with a killer line-up including Tall Black Guy, Freddie Joachim, and Ta-Ku. Tracks range from jazzy soul to funky broken beat and even some spoken word.

The good people over at BamaLoveSoul are preparing the release of “On Deck” on vinyl, cd and digital format. The compilation will be released on June 26th with a killer line-up including Tall Black Guy, Freddie Joachim, Ta-Ku, and Mr. Bird.

Contributing artists check in from Alabama to Sweden, providing “On Deck” with 10 well crafted tracks by musicans from all around the globe. The album contains vocal and instrumental tracks that range from jazzy soul to funky broken beat and even some spoken word. The compilation is inspired by old vinyl albums that were consistently listened to from beginning to end.

BamaLoveSoul: “The album cover symbolizes the wear and tear that a favorite album would gain after years, or sometimes just days of play and transport from one place to another. It is our desire that this project find a special place in your heart and music devices, and that you give it an obscene amount of spins from end to end.”

Stay tuned for the release on vinyl, cd and digital formats on June 26th. Listen to the mixtape sampler above to get a taste of all contributions.

1. Soia and Mez – Lost in Memory
2. Diggs Duke and Probcause – Understimated
3. Tall Black Guy – The Fantastc Race
4. Ta-Ku – Fourteen
5. Nicholas Ryan Gant – Better
6. Freddie Joachim – End of the Universe
7. Ahmed Sirour – BrookLon (BK Meets UK)
8. Mr Bird feat Gregory Blackman – Get on Through
9. Byron the Aquarius – When the Time is Right
10. Xolisa Jerome – Be Felt

Danny

Just an ordinary guy always on the hunt for extraordinary music. Not just as the founder of The Find Magazine & Rucksack Records, but also as a freelance music journalist and—above all—out of love for all kinds of good music.