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Soul Clap Announce Their Second Album ‘Soul Clap’

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Soul Clap aka Eli Goldstein and Charles Levine have announced their Second Album Studio album ‘Soul Clap’ due out on 14th October 2016 on their own Crew Love label.

The spirit of the album was born during their first trip to Tallahassee, Florida to meet George Clinton, resulting in their 2015 single together. For the album, they returned to Tallahassee to record at Clinton’s What? Studios, collaborating with many fresh young and local talent work day and night in P-Funk’s creative space.   They’ve put the first single ‘Shine (This Is It) ft. Nona Hendryx’ up for streaming, which you can hear below..

Starting out cutting their teeth in the early rave scene in Boston, they soon found fame through a series of edits and became household names through notable releases including a DJ Kicks and their electric first album called EFUNK (Everybody’s Freaky Under Nature’s Kingdom) and in ‘Soul Clap’ we can hear four years of maturing technique since their first album, carefully crafted and supported by a whole community of musical talent.

In the words of Charles Levine, one half of the duo, “it digs deep into our funky souls and turns our wildest dreams into sound. If ‘EFUNK’ [their first album] was an attempt to create a blueprint using our past inspirations, then “Soul Clap” is the beautiful skyscraper, standing tall as it looks to the future.”

TRACKLISTING:

  1. The Hourchild Introduces
  2. Future 4 Love ft. Nick Monaco & BIlly “Bass” Nelson
  3. Synthesizer Girlfriend ft. Ntem & HazMat Talkbox
  4. F#@k Sorrow
  5. Shine (This Is It) ft. Nona Hendryx
  6. Numb ft. Ebony Houston
  7. Dirty Leslie ft. Wolf + Lamb
  8. Elevation ft. Dayonne Rollins, Ricky Tan & Freeky Neek
  9. Timespent ft Phill Celeste
  10. B.O.G.
  11. Funk Bomb ft. Billy “Bass” Nelson
Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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