By now you should have checked out our FADER 40 funtacular either in print or in electronic form, so take this opportunity to dig deeper. In this issue's Vinyl Archeology, Bay Area-based selector Matthew Africa expounds on "twee funk" - jams by the underage groups record labels were pushing in the ’70s to capitalize on the Jackson 5 phenomenon - but now he's gone the extra mile and made a mix of the cuts discussed plus even more munchkin music. Go here to download and get your goof-toothed smile on.
Big Things Come In Small Packages
September 05, 2006