Miami showed us so much love in ’21 that we had to run it back in ’22. We got together with our friends in Miami and threw a FREE party at Oasis Wynwood. We linked up with Danny Tenaglia, Hudson Mohawke, Todd Edwards, Armand Van Helden, Vnssa, Martyn Bootyspoon, Jubilee, florentino, Sel.6 Berrakka and more for a night of dancing and memories. Catch the recap below.
Soul Clap’sWTF (World Transformation Force)album displayed the Boston duo’s deeper understanding of the themes of house and disco: music that is meant to uplift, soothe, raise consciousness and unite. It was the rare electronic album that you can bump at home, a heartfelt offering with an eco-conscious twist. Now, withWTF: Transformed and Remixed,the group has called upon their impressive extended family to breathe new life into soulful project. From Todd Edwards to A-Trak, Seth Troxler to Jubilee, Toribio to Jeremy Sylvester, everyone shows up to the planetary party. Listen here!
The party is called A-Trak & Friends, and when A-Trak himself caught Covid and couldn’t come to his own function, the “& Friends” held it down!! ❤️👥 Legends Uniiqu3, Felix Da Housecat, Dave 1, Duck Sauce, Armand Van Helden, Soul Clap, and Mike Dunn held it down while Trizzy was out of commission.
Legendary Chicago producer Terry Hunter remixes Soul Clap’s “Back 2 Love,” transforming the song into a classic house tune complete with mesmerizing organs and beautiful piano. Soul Clap’s WTF (World Transformation Force) album displayed the Boston duo’s deeper understanding of the themes of house and disco, and now, with WTF: Transformed and Remixed, the group has called upon their impressive extended family to breathe new life into soulful project. From Todd Edwards to A-Trak, Seth Troxler to Jubilee, Toribio to Jeremy Sylvester, everyone shows up to the planetary party. Listen now!
Toribio, the Brooklyn-based DJ and multi-instrumentalist, continues to make a mark with his impressive takes on soulful house, Latin percussions and deep grooves. After last year’s expansive Conclave album, he delivers a show-stopping remix of Soul Clap and Harriet Brown’s anthemic “You Can Shine Too” — from the WTF: Transformed and Remixed long player. Listen now!
Very few house producers have a signature sound as inimitable as Todd Edwards, the Grammy-nominated garage pioneer. His hypnotic take on Soul Clap and Desmond ‘DSP’ Powell’s “Love Yourself” delivers exactly what you would hope for, complete with vocal chops, vocoder textures and jazzy keyboard flourishes. Yes please. Listen Now.
We got together with friends in Miami and threw a FREE party at Oasis Wynwood. A-Trak Brought out all the fam: Chrome, Dillon Francis, Boys Noize, Roger Sanchez, Kito, Jubilee, + Ardalander’s had Ardy Pardy in the back lounge with Carl Craig & more.
Soul Clap have spent two decades honing a uniquely soulful spin on underground house and disco sounds. How does a duo from Boston become a leading name in the global dance music scene? By emphasizing community, from their Crew Love artist collaborations (“music that challenges the mind, moves the heart, and sways the hips,” says Resident Advisor) to their DJs For Climate Action initiatives. In everything they do, Soul Clap live up to their name as empathetic selectors and heartfelt producers, a two man feedback loop eternally tuned into the frequency of the crowd. After a year like we’ve all had, it’s only natural those energies would be channeled into an album called WTF (World Transformation Force), out Earth Day (April 22 2021.) Listen Now!
Soul Clap’s universe of electronic sounds – from house to funk and everything in between – continues to expand on the Force EP, the latest salvo from their upcoming WTF album (out Earth Day, 4/22). Anthems like the pop locker “T.O.U.G.H.” and two-step singalong “You Can Shine Too” rise to another level thanks to Soul Clap’s unique orbit of collaborators, including Rich Medina on the powerful spoken word “Time For A Dialogue.” Listen Now!
Soul Clap continue rocketing towards the release of their WTF album (out Earth Day, 4/22) with the Transformation EP. True to form, the beloved DJ and production duo mix timeless dance vibes and unexpectedly delightful creative choices; where the previous World EP mined disco and house grooves, Transformation conjures a futuristic take on 80s boogie and uptempo R&B, complete with Soul Clap’s signature message of love.