Soul Vibrations

CD Released On: Sep 23, 2008
Released By: OM Records

release description

J-Boogie's Dubtronic Science is back at it again with another instant classic. Staying fresh on the festival circuit, touring with the likes of Bassnectar, Spearhead, Widespread Panic, and opening up for legends such as Breakestra, RJD2, PPP, Nickodemus, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, J-Boogie has also made several international DJ trips to cities in Japan, Columbia, Canada and India. Producing remixes for DJ Vadim, Mark Farina, Karsh Kale, Miguel Migs and Zeph & Azeem, JBoogie has gained multitudes of respect within the hip-hop, soul, electronic, dance and jam band community. 'Soul Vibrations' is a perfect blend of why we've come to love him: bangin beats, future soul, dance floor party tracks and sensual instrumental compositions.

J-Boogie has always had an ear for talent, introducing the world to several underground vocalist and MCs. On his first album, the single 'Try Me' featured a then relatively unknown soul singer by the name of Goapele, becoming an instant classic.'Soul Vibrations' is the next step in song writing, featuring a full horn and percussion section plus an all-star lineup of friends he's made over the years including Lyrics Born, Zumbi (of Zion I), Crown City Rockers, Ohmega Watts, Rich Medina, Capitol A, Tony Moses, The Mamaz, Deuce Eclipse, Rithma, Tim'm West, Jennifer Johns, The Rebirth, Lunar Heights, and more. 'Soul Vibrations' is destined to become an old school hip hop soul electronic fused classic. From politics to love, roller disco to BBQs, 'Soul Vibrations' is the perfect soundtrack for the Summer.

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press

"...a highly bumpin' chronicle of what millennial deep funkiness means in this Baghdad by the Bay." — XLR8R


"With his mix of solid beats, body-movin' rhythms and intelligent lyrics, J-Boogie brings a refreshing sound that goes toe-to-toe with the best hip hop around today." — BPM Magazine


"J-Boogie's Dubtronic Science is an attempt to lure World Music, Dub, Hip Hop, Soul and House out of their rooms to meet one another, in the living room, to dance." — YRB


"J-Boogie proves to be a worthy proponent, serving up an ethnic gumbo of dub, hip-hop, jazz, world and soul." — REMIX Magazine