The newest incarnation of the wildly popular game NBA 2K has been released to plenty of hoopla. Promoting “NBA 2k18” is the campaign “Handshake” which premiered September 8th. Serving as the sonic backdrop for the entire 2:37 film is The Soul Blenders 1968 masterpiece “Blending Soul.”
The 1996 R&B jam “Wishin’ You Were Here” by London has been culled from the archives of Fervor Records for the Epix series “Get Shorty.” Episode 105: “Rewrite” features the song and airs September 11th.
CelestialStarBand’s 1981 recording “Majik” appears in the Showtime hit “Dice.” The song is heard in Episode 203: “No Bullshit” airing September 10th. Look for CelestialStarBand’s “
HBO’s new period drama “The Deuce” premieres September 10th. Heard in Episode 101 is Jay Ramsey’s 1969 Blue-Eyed Soul masterpiece “Lovin’ Is A Full Time Job.” Don’t miss “The Deuce” on HBO, and enjoy Jay Ramsey on the brilliantly curated Fervor Records compilation “Cult Hits of the 1960s Vol. 1” available across Apple, Amazon, Spotify and beyond!
Fervor Records’ relentless crate and archive digging has has unearthed another remarkable collection of Psychedelic gems. 10 highly curated deep cuts and unreleased rarities from the 1960s and 70s fill the much anticipated followup “Cult Hits: Psychedelic Vol. 2.”
Singer/songwriter Mike McFadden made a huge splash in the 60s and 70s with his acclaimed bands Mile Ends, Superfine Dandelion, Chief Root Wizard, and Arista recording artist Elton Duck. In 1974 McFadden hit the studio backed by a band called The Beans, who would later hit Pop superstardom as The Tubes. On September 4th the McFadden/Beans collaboration “Eyes of Steel” can be heard in “Get Shorty” Episode 104: “From Stamos With Love” airing on the Epix Network.