Midnight Soulstice: Kings Go Forth Album Launch & Other Hip New Funk.

by | May 10, 2010 | PODCASTS

Midnight Soulstice is a Richmond Soul and Funk radio show, hosted by Mr.

Midnight Soulstice is a Richmond Soul and Funk radio show, hosted by Mr. Felty & DJ Pari, featuring guest artists and DJs.The show airs every Friday from 11pm-1am EST. Listen live at 97.3fm or WRIR.org

One of the most anticipated new Soul/Funk releases this year is the debut album by Milwaukee based Kings Go Forth, which will hit the stores on April 20th. KGF created quite a buzz in the Soul world with their powerful 2008 45 release “One Day” which was completely sold out before it was even released and soon fetched between $100 and $200 on Ebay – unheard of for a new single. Two more intense Soul singles followed. Last year, KGF signed with Luaka Bop Records, and later this month, the group’s first album effort “The Outsiders are Back” will see the light of day, complete with album cover artwork by Washington D.C. legend Mingering Mike. On tonight’s Midnight Soulstice, we’ll be happy to give you the chance of a first listen to this absolutely fantastic record. We’ll play almost the entire album for you, because it’s that good! And band leader and bassist Andy Noble will join us live on the show to talk about his group. Don’t miss this Also on this show: A selection of tracks from “I learned the hard way”, the new album by Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings. Get a first listen on Midnight Soulstice! Plus you’ll get to hear many other new Funk and Soul releases on this dynamite show!

– Kings Go Forth – I don’t love you no more (Luaka Bop)

– Budos Band – Chicago Falcon (Daptone)

– Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings – The game gets old (Daptone)

– Cookin’ on 3 Burners feat. Kylie Auldist – This Girl (Freestyle)

– Al Supersonic & The Teenagers – Keep on Walking (Unique)

– The Transatlantics – I’ve been bad (Mecca)

– The Dap-Kings – The Reason (Daptone)

– Kings Go Forth – Paradise Lost (Luaka Bop)

– Kings Go Forth – One Day (Luaka Bop)

– Kings Go Forth – You’re the One (Luaka Bop)

– Kings Go Forth – Fight with Love (Luaka Bop)

– Kings Go Forth – High on your Love (Luaka Bop)

– Kings Go Forth – Don’t take my shadow (Luaka Bop)

– Kings Go Forth – Get a Feeling (Luaka Bop)

– Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings – I’ve learned the hard way (Daptone)

– Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings – When I come home (Daptone)

– Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings – Window Shopping (Daptone)

– Lyndal Barry & The Apollos – (Now I’m) Giving it Back (Off Break)

– CSC Funk Band – Bad Banana Bread (Electric Cowbell Records)

– Deep Street Soul feat. Shirley Davis – Greenbacks (Freestyle)

– The Dap-Kings – When I come home (instr.) (Daptone)

R. Anthony Harris

R. Anthony Harris

I created Richmond, Virginia’s culture publication RVA Magazine and brought the first Richmond Mural Project to town. Designed the first brand for the Richmond’s First Fridays Artwalk and promoted the citywide “RVA” brand before the city adopted it as the official moniker. I threw a bunch of parties. Printed a lot of magazines. Met so many fantastic people in the process. Professional work: www.majormajor.me

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