Bootsy Collins By MikaV (Diskussion)

William “Earl” Bootsy Collins played bass for James Brown and Parliament-Funkadelic before forming his Bootsy’s Rubber Band in 1976. Collins and George Clinton co-produced their debut album Stretchin’ Out In Bootsy’s Rubber Band. They also shared writing duties on “I’d Rather Be With You” with Gary Cooper. The end resultContinue Reading

Grace Jones

Grace Jones’s sixth studio album Living My Life had “Nipple To The Bottle” as its lead single. The reggae and funk-flavored dance track was another collaboration between Jones and rhythm master Sly Dunbar. Jones’s scorn for her immature lover Jean Paul-Goude lit up dance floors and did well on theContinue Reading

Harvey Sutherland by Ian Laidlaw

Melbourne producer, DJ and keyboard player Harvey Sutherland releases the video for “Type A” featuring sos ahead of his Boy album coming later this month. Sutherland catches an ’80s new wave vibe with funky synthesizers and sos’s staid vocals. The song is a tribute to the overachieving type A personalityContinue Reading