Soul music with a greater emphasis on beats, influences from
rhythm and blues, jazz and psychedelic rock

A Chunk of Spunky Funk

A Chunk of Spunky Funk

A superfunky guest mix by Floppysock, Kent, United Kingdom




Floppysock has been collecting dance music since the early 1980’s. This little beauty mix is electrifying and carries you away from the beginning.

The selection is modern cheeky and a new addition to the ear tract.

The mix contains hot producers, such Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee.
The brain behind project is the one and only Dave Allison. Head honcho at Kinjo Music and not a stranger to the funky, slo-mo disco sound, Dave seems to have a Midas Touch when it comes to disco flavored productions.


1. Chronic Fatigue – Beat Fatiue
2. Slow Fire – Ed Wizard
3. Bumper funk – Ed Wizard
4. Groove is in the Heart – Barclay and Cream
5. Give the Drummer Some – Nickodemus
6. Flame Roasted Falcons – B Jam
7. Judge Not – The Phenomenal Handclap Band
8. Rip the Funk – Dave Gerrard
9. Bogaloo – Morlack
10. I Got to Find a Way – The Family’s Jam
11. Boogie – Uptown Funk
12. N E Way – Nick Thayer
13. Finally Moving – Pretty Lights
14. Never Gonna Reach me – Crazy P
15. Kidden Rung – The Silver Rider
16. Jolene – Dolly Parton ( Todd Terje Edit)

What I love is not really the modern clubby aspect, but rather the funky way of that mix… It’s always exciting and alive also because the old-school has been preserved, plus comes along damn professional.
Michel from Funkologie