Tropical Velvet has been releasing tracks of the highest order since establishing ourselves on the scene, with fresh, cool cutting edge, quality House. Working with some of the best up & coming established artists.

Established by label owner Ben Webb (KORT) 2014

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TV056 – David Penn, Lisa Millett – Join Us (Full Intention Remix)

Tropical Velvet is pleased to welcome Grammy nominees Full Intention to the label who ‘Join Us’ with a slammingly funky remix of the David Penn & Lisa Millett classic. Sharp percussive beats underpinned by funk-fueled bass & sliced guitar deliver a wonderfully fresh uplifting new take on this great vocal; a welcome taste of Summer sunshine, not to be missed.

TV058 – KORT, Lorenzo Hall – The Light (Remixes)

Tropical Velvet is pleased to welcome New York’s Alias Rhythm to the label who remixes last year’s iconic release from KORT and Lorenzo Hall, ‘The Light’. Taking things deep with tightly defined Kick, pulsing Bass and crisp hats this remix delivers atmosphere and tension, framing the vocal with sparse and thoughtful synth-work. SAMO makes a welcome return to the label taking the track in a future-funk dub direction, in perfect compliment. A spring essential.

TV059 – David Penn, Lisa Millett – Join Us (KORT Remix)

Building on the success of the recently released Full Intention remix, KORT steps up to the plate with a characteristically chunky and percussive rendition. A Phat rolling bassline underpins Lisa Millet’s exuberantly soulful vocal in an uplifting arrangement balanced by subtle, shimmering strings; an accomplished and essential take on this timeless classic.

TV060 – Mirko & Meex – Get Down

Tropical Velvet is pleased to welcome Mirko & Meex to the label who bring out the sunshine with this funky nugget of summer house. Solid beats frame sparse funk guitars and classic piano hooks, underpinned by a wonderfully fluid bassline to deliver a sure-fire floor-filler that’ll get under your skin & leave you wanting more.

TV061 – KORT – The Truth (KORT’s Carnival Sunglasses Mix)

KORT returns to the label in style with this carnival disco epic. The Summer party flavas are unleashed with percussion-enhanced beats and steel drums, overlaid with killer filtered-funk horns, guitars and Clavs and underpinned by a well-crafted bassline. An upliftingly positive vocal hook completes this sunshine-drenched celebration of disco-funk truth. An essential for the upcoming season.

TV062 – Madji’k – My Love

Tropical Velvet is pleased to welcome Madji’k to the label who delivers a slice of soulful disco summer. The Original highlights the vocal with wonderfully fluid live bass and pianos, while the NuDisco Mix echoes 80’s dancefloors with its stripped-back bassline-driven approach. The Brazil Mix is a percussion-led soulful outing featuring subtle guitars and latin rhythms, completing this accomplished and essential label debut.

TV063 – KORT, Sejal – Here & Now

KORT returns to the label with a true celebration of live music. A summer funk explosion of horns, guitars strings and bass herald Sejal’s uplifting vocal, building the disco pressure into an uplifting breakdown and onto a finale of accomplished hedonistic festivity that’ll leave you wanting more. The Dub mix is a kick-heavier dancefloor arrangement pushing the party vibe, while Angelo Ferreri takes a sparser approach constructing his remix around a filtered synth-hook over which he floats segments of the vocal and punctuates with horn and string stabs to great effect. A great package, perfect for those sunshine days and long disco nights..

TV064 – Fabio Tosti – Saxo Jet

Tropical Velvet is pleased to welcome Fabio Tosti to the label who delivers an exuberant summer carnival outing featuring steel drums, lively percussion breaks, swirling synths and a jet-power sax solo courtesy of Mr. Frank. The Under Dub completes this must-have package, pushing drums and organ to the fore and filtering the steel drums for those more intense psychedelic dancefloor moments.

TV065 – KORT – Together We Dance

KORT returns to the label with a Summer disco-funk explosion in full-on party mode. With live bass, string sweeps, swirling synths, horns, guitar licks, keys, percussion and a sunshine-drenched vocal hook, the heat is on…

TV066 – Din Jay – When The Sun Goes Down

Tropical Velvet is pleased to welcome Din Jay to the label who debuts with an accomplished slice of soulful Summer funk. Drenched in pool-side vibes, ‘When The Sun Goes Down’ is arranged around a warm, hooky vocal supported by an impressive array of instrumentation including live bass, guitars, strings synths and brass, ‘on a mission’ to deliver a stand-out musical experience. An absolute essential to end the season.

TV067 – KORT – The Heat

KORT returns, turning up the heat with this slice of carnival disco mayhem in full party mode. Tropical horns ride an insistent bass replete with percussion ensemble, synth swirls and funk guitars, evoking the exotic flavours of Rio with this essential weekend weapon.

TV068 – Carl Hanaghan, Inaya Day – Let The Music

Tropical velvet is delighted to welcome Carl Hanaghan and legendary talent Inaya Day to the label, who deliver an uplifting slice of vocal disco delight to elevate the spirits. A funky bassline, solid beats, guitar lick and insistent string hook showcase Inaya’s distinctive powerfully soulful vocal – an irresistible combination for dancefloor and radio.

TV069 – Full Intention – How Long (KORT Remix)

Tropical velvet is ending 2018 in style by welcoming back Full Intention in the guise of a brand-new remix of ‘How Long’ courtesy of label boss KORT. Excitement from the off, as an insistent beat and disco strings build into a Pearl and Dean style break before a killer funky bass drop really gets the party started. Disco guitars, & an emotive piano break complement Thea’s vocal before the arrangement peaks in a disco-funk maelstrom. One to see in the new year with- don’t miss out.

TV071 – KORT, Phil Castle – Call My Name

KORT kicks off the year in style, teaming up with Phil Castle to deliver a cool slice of winter sunshine. Live percussion, a haunting synth and strings build to a funky drop of live bass, liquid guitars and horns. A vibey, Philly vocal sunrise completes the picture as the track bursts into life; always in the mood, to grace radio and dancefloor and chase away those February blues.