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Ill Funk Ensemble Perform A Stunning Cover Of “Ho Hey” By The Lumineers

I.M.P artist and New York City’s finest soul/funk/r&b group, Ill Funk Ensemble recently started a covers series on Youtube, and their brilliant take of the reggae classic “Ho Hey” by the Lumineers is sure to win over new fans. Keep an ear open for new performances from the band, and be sure to check out...

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Brazil’s Cultivo Comes In Peace

Brazilian sensations Cultivo “transport the listener to a state of joy and well being”, according to their biography. I have to say that I feel slightly as if I’m on vacation after listening to the relaxing “Impermanencia“. Though I don’t understand what they’re saying, this helps me sink further into the bright mood displayed. Generally focused...

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The Worries Sense Trouble

“The world is in trouble. So much trouble.” So starts the track “Strictly Worries” by London-based reggae/soul band The Worries. From the necessity of an Occupy Wall Street movement to the crashing worldwide economy, dimming resource bases, unending starvation, and rampant violence worldwide, it’s evident that the world is in trouble and it’s easy to...

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