At the tail end of summer 2018, singer-songwriter Dannis Winston scored a club and radio hit with 'Rocket Love', a summery soulful house workout produced by Sean McCabe and Lem Springsteen. Now the song has been given a breezy and groovy makeover by a true legend of New York house music: GRAMMY Award winner Louie Vega.
Since the dawn of the 1990s, Windy City collective The Blak Beatniks has been representing the more soulful side of the Chicago house spectrum. Now the Big Ed-fronted outfit is making its first appearance on Good Vibrations Music via the smiling musical positivity of 'The Right Place'.
Oozing soul and summery positivity from start to finish, “Rocket Love” combines the studio talents of label founder Sean McCabe and legendary Mood II Swing producer Lem Springsteen, with the inspired lyrics and vocals of fast-rising New York soul man Dannis Winston.
Originally featured on Nathan Adam’s Audio Therapy LP (2013) on Tribe Records, ‘I Wonder’ demonstrates Nathan’s ability to write real heartfelt songs spectacularly delivered & oozing soul. The original is now released as a single for the first time on Good Vibrations Music with a brand new remix from Louie Vega.
The vocal powerhouse ‘HanLei’ return to Good Vibrations Music with a new collaboration single with Sean McCabe.
Sean joins forces with Cinnamon Brown for a Bristol to NYC connection, putting together this swinging classic garage influenced extravaganza. With an un-released dub released on Local Talk Records earlier in 2017, Good Vibrations is now proud to bring you the original version, taking on a more tension building peak time form.
With one of the most anticipated tracks of the summer, David Bailey comes correct with super vocal duo HanLei. Runnin’ Me Wild is a hot afro and Caribbean influenced groove ready to lift the mood.
It could be on the East, it could be on the West; it could be in Europe, or it could be in Asia. Today, house music is a global phenomenon that has connected with all different kinds of people from different backgrounds, bringing so many shades of music into one form of expression.