The Goods want to make you move with this playlist
You might be familiar with Sydney’s THE GOODS. If you’re not, you should be. The once duo, now trio, are purveyors of all that is good in the world – disco, funk, house, soul, RnB and so much more. They draw from so many influences but still sound entirely their own, and now with the official welcoming of vocalist Black Tree as their official third member, we can only hope to hear a lot more of these three in the hopefully near future.
Having dropped a fresh new cut earlier this year in ‘Make Your Move’, which also served as the first release as a legit trio, The Goods had fans thirsty for more. After the resounding success of their 12-track release last year, it’s really no surprise. Cementing themselves as damn near professors of anything to make you groove, move and feel good, The Goods come up with the goods every. damn. time.
With a big year tipped for 2017 and an EP on the way, we wanted to get to know these guys a little better, so we asked them to put together a little playlist of tracks to make you move. Unsurprisingly, the playlist is jam-packed with fine tunes, so dive right in and keep your eyes locked on this trio – we’re expecting good things!
Wayne Snow – The Rhythm
The drums on this are crazy, this one’s been on repeat!
Nx Worries – Lyk Dis
Smooth slow jam here from NxWorries, one of our fav records from the past year
Max Graef & Glenn Astro – Where The Fuck Are My Hard Boiled Eggs
Twisted boogie vibes from some of our favourite beat makers out there at the moment
Wayne Snow – Red Runner
Classic disco mixed with future soul, with Max Graef & Glenn Astro again killing on the production
Dan Kye – iigo
Love this from Jordan Rakei on Rhythm Section
Tuxedo – Fux With The Tux
Tuxedo nailing the 80s funk production
Prequel – Nothing Better
Jazzy dreamy house jam from Melbourne’s Prequel
Wallace – Diaspora
Our mate Wallace from Sydney with a cracker, Crooked Letter bringing some African flavour to the production on this one
Edseven – Broadside
More Sydney goodness from Edseven!
Kyle Hall – The Architect
Finishing off with some heavy Detroit vibes. One of the most interesting pieces of dance music we’ve ever heard. Not for the faint hearted!
Words by Emma Jones