Good Vibrations and Roasted will be hosting room 2 at Je Suis Disco on Sat 5 May, with Sean McCabe, Deli-G and Ben Daley. Headlining the main room will be the Disco Diva legend, Jocelyn Brown, alongside an all star line up of DJ's.
The vocal powerhouse ‘HanLei’ return to Good Vibrations Music with a new collaboration single with Sean McCabe.
The live recording from the last Good Vibrations event is now available to listen to on Soundcloud and Mixcloud. Check out 5 hours of Sean McCabe & Deli-G performing at The Plough Inn, Bristol on 10 March 2018.
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.
Good Vibrations Music is proud to present a collaboration project produced by Sean McCabe and co-written by Lem Springsteen (onehalf of Mood II Swing). “New World” is a smooth and powerful song where we hear heartfelt lyrics and luscious vocals from the incredible Pete Simpson (Sunburst Band).
Bristol born production duo ‘Circle of Funk’ team up with super singer songwriter ‘Mike City’ out of Philadelphia, to create ‘Rain or Shine’, a late night groove that runs deep with emotion. ‘Circle of Funk’ offer up 2 tasty treats here. The original mix gets that R&B vocal treatment from Mike City with powerful lyrics,... Continue Reading →
It began in South Africa! A Deep House Sunday session in Johannesburg called ‘Patterns’ was the original inspiration behind this soul-jazz-afro fused collaboration. Returning to Bristol from his 2015 tour in SA, Sean began writing the instrumental idea for what later became ‘Grow’. Dawn Williams is no stranger to contributing her gifted talents to... Continue Reading →