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Tales From The Bargain Bin: Jamiroquai, Traveling Without Moving

Okay, this was a long time coming. Hurdles aside, reviewing this album was actually easier than the others, being that this album has a feel of being composed and produced with a commercial intent, but stays true to the band’s roots in spite of its mainstream aim. 385 more words


New Audio: Society’s Latest Single “Protocol” Channels Jamiroquai, Portishead and Soul Music

Comprised of 24 year old vocalist James Girdier and producer Brendan Lynch, the duo of Society initially released two highly sought-after limited edition releases under the a veil of mystery that has been gradually lifted with the release of the duo’s latest single “Protocol.” Interestingly, with their first few releases, Society’s sound has been compared favorably to… 62 more words

Song of the Hour: "'Cause I'm a Man" by Tame Impala

Media outlets wasted no time in comparing this Tame Impala single from April to the suavest of R&B acts: Jamiroquai. Okay, so maybe Jamiroquai isn’t exactly Boyz II Men, but they explored the intersections of psychedelia and funk, and it sure sounded like babymaking music. 112 more words


"Virtually insane"

There must be something about Thursdays. I passed out in bed at 645 pm yesterday. That happens once or twice a year, and it’s normally on a Thursday. 124 more words

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Tales From The Bargain Bin: Jamiroquai, The Return of the Space Cowboy

The same day I purchased Jamiroquai’s 1993 album, Emergency on Planet Earth, I also had the fortune of purchasing their 1994 follow-up, The Return Of The Space Cowboy… 428 more words


Jamiroquai - Travelling Without Moving

Artist: Jamiroquai

Album: Travelling Without Moving

Link: Here

Initial Thoughts: My initial experience of modern funk came from hours of Daft Punk, and I just experienced Jamiroquai last year. 53 more words

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