Speaking of neo funk/soul classics, this subterranean monster was released on Philip Lehman’s short lived early ’00s imprint, Soul Fire Records, following the dissolution of his revival imprint, Desco Records, (his partner, Gabriel Roth, went on to found the ever-steady Daptone). Released in 2001, JD & The Evil’s Dynamite’s Explodes Across The Nation oscillates between spooky organ fills, weird atmosphere, chicken scratch guitar, untethered ambient vocal washes and hard driving funk — much of which often going down at the same time.

MP3: JD & The Evil’s Dynamite :: Beer, (So Nice) Right On
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One Response to “JD & The Evil’s Dynamite :: Explodes Across The Nation”

  1. this is funk gnarly

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