Friday, December 7, 2012

Thursday, December 6, 2012

The Scenic Route - Elaquent

Elaquent made a big blip on the radar screen a couple years ago when we listened to nothin but smooth mellow beats.  Elaquent's "The Scenic Route" album is truly a scenic route as you listen the gentle melodies ebb and flow and the beat seems to stutter step onwards.  A collaboration with another instrumental legend Bahwee and rapper Coincidence mesh a slippery smooth flow of Coincidence's prominent voice with Elaquent and Bahwee's groove.  To my pleasant surprise the perfect blend of Kae's soulful voice and the slow blues groove draws you in further down the scenic route. This album is packed that good stuff, the stuff you wanna bump while chillin on a hammock sippin a brew and passin a blunt on a Sunday morning.

Sit back, relax, and take a ride on The Scenic Route

Friday, July 20, 2012

Brown Bag AllStars

Good Old school Hip Hop, definitely worth the listen..
often produced by J57 and The Audible Doctors

Most of their stuff is available for free on their blog:

Kill Paris

Los Angeles seems to be a major sweet spot for new artists.  Kill Paris is an LA native who seems to be able to do a bit of everything.  He's got that groove driven with a strong funky bassline and elevated with a solid synthed out guitar riff.  But he also does a fair bit of that crazy drumstep/dubstep.  All I'll say for now is this talented producer will be hitting the mainstream soon.

Theres loads of stuff available on his soundcloud.

Stephen Swartz

To all the Dubstep lovers, you need to hear this...

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Wildcat! Wildcat!

Theres isn't much out there about this Los Angeles based trio but they do make a nice sound, very indie.

Your looking at all their releases so far, so expect more from them soon.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Klumzy Tung

Funny, entertaining british rapper...

Digits: Death and Desire

Curious to begin with, but it grows on you.

Nite Jewel makes a nice little remix

Modlee & Vlooper: Sunwalk EP

Some kinda futuristic soul.

Poolside: Pacific Standard Time

You may remember way back when Poolside first came out with their single "Harvest Moon" and might have thought that they made a decent little cover of Neil Young. But I have been watching them grow from "Take Me Home" to "Do You Believe", then I knew they were something special. Well Poolside has broken out of the phase of soundcloud singles and have released their debut album, which I must say is quite the catch. They dub their style as "Day-Time Disco", no other words would be more fitting.  

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Booze Bus: Volume 1

So for a while now That Good Stuff has been compiling our stuff and making CD's for our local bar Booze Bus.  After some requests I present you with Volume 1.


Recommended Songs are in Green.
Do to some legal issues with our blog we no longer can give you a download link, but I am sure you are all very capable of finding one yourself.

Thursday, January 12, 2012


Now heres a tune. Perseus is gunna blow the game up one day with his warm funky beats. A perfect blend of RnB vocals on top of a tropical disco groove that flavors itself with good vibes with an after taste of the 80s. A sample of Ashanti's Unfoolish flows smoothly over a Simian Mobile Disco like bassline spiced up with some sexy synths takes you away in Running Back To You. But nothing compares the sunny tropical feel of Cool Runnings. I was also pleasantly surprised with his venture into Hip-Hop, Perseus pulls it off with flare.
Don't miss out.

Friday, January 6, 2012


a little strange at first, but you definitely get into it...

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Poor Spirits

I am pretty much lost for words when it comes to describing their sound.

Try for yourself.