So Much Soul! on 22 Tracks London

Nick and I are very pleased to have been asked to contribute the Funk & Soul chart to the brand new London chapter of the 22 Tracks site. If you’re new to 22 Tracks, the concept in a nutshell is 22 leading DJs from various European cities share a chart of 22 Tracks which represent their chosen genre and location. All the tracks are free to stream and listen to with helpful links where you can buy the music and find out more about the artists. With 58,000 facebook followers, the service has proved massively popular and the calibre of DJs confirmed for the London chapter of the site is impressive. Each day this month a new DJ is announced: so far we have the likes of Plastician (BBC Radio 1) representing Dubstep, Thristian BPM (Boiler Room) representing Beats and of course Nick and I representing Funk & Soul, amongst others. Every day this month a new DJ will unveil a track which best represents their chosen genre, culminating with the launch of each DJ’s first 22 Track chart on March 22nd.

Visit our 22 Tracks introduction page here.

We’ll be updating the So Much Soul! website soon. To accompany the launch we’ve set up a brand new twitter and facebook page:

Follow So Much Soul! on twitter here.

‘Like’ So Much Soul on facebook here.

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About musicofsubstance

A collector of hip hop, funk, soul, boogie and related beats and jazz based music since the late eighties. Came to prominence as a club DJ through involvement in Substance (one of the UK's largest and longest running hip hop and funk nights) and a 2 year spell as mix DJ on BBC Radio 1Xtra. In recent years a steady output of high profile mix albums has allowed me to DJ worldwide. Currently compiling a series of mix albums for the BBE label and producing an album for BBC New Urban Music Bursary award winning 7 piece jazz / soul outfit 'Maylight'.
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