Funkadelic have influenced an endless stream of musicians, with Underground Resistance the latest act to show their appreaction for George Clinton’s pioneering funk band.
As part of a new remix compilation album, UR have remixed ‘Music For My Mother’ which has been described in the accompanying press release as sounding like “a hundred years of great American music”. The remix comes as part of a heavyweight release, ‘Funkadelic - Reworked by Detroiters’ that also features remixes from Moodymann, Marcellus Pittman, Andres, Anthony ’Shake’ Shakir and more.
What do you get when you cross a stone cold legend of funk and soul with Boston's coolest and most enduring DJ and production duo? 'In Da Kar', that's what!
George Clinton stands alongside James Brown, Jimi Hendrix and Sly Stone as among the most visionary and influential black music pioneers to emerge from the incendiary '60s, reflecting the turmoil of a country ravaged by war while his bands Parliament and Funkadelic recast funk under his “free your mind and your ass will follow” banner.