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Don't forget our re runs for the international listeners:- Mondays 2am- 4am (thats Sunday night) Tuesday 1pm - 3pm (Daytime), Thursdays 4am-6am All UK times, or simply check out our schedule at Starpoint Radio Schedule. The UK Soul Chart plays the top 30 new soulful tunes of the week & interviews with the artists. Presented on rotation by Steve King, Mark Tritone, Brett Costello and Dave W, the UK Soul chart reflects the radio airplay in the UK and soul tastemakers playlists. Read more


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News and Reviews

First Listen: Plutonic Lab looks through "Blind Eyes"

(April 19,2018) When one hears what Australian producer/drummer Plutonic Lab conjures up in the studio lab, it is clear that you can’t anticipate the same old, same old.  Between his collection of singles, E.P’s and full-lengths since 2001, he has thrown down hard beats, created calm ambient canvases, painted images of Hong Kong and Japan and captured cinematic sequences that turn up the funk and drop fragmented distorted passages.  When not twisting studio knobs, the U.K. Mercury Award winner has toured with hip-hop group Hilltop Hoods.  

World Premiere: Show Tyme takes us "Home" with great single

(April 19, 2018) Lethel “Show Tyme” Brooks got his start singing in church in his home town of Trenton, N.J. And while Show Tyme – a name conferred upon him by R&B crooner Case – works primarily as backing vocalist, writer and producer for a host of R&B and hip-hop acts, his sensibilities never really left the church choir stand.

First Listen: Run N' Fly pays tribute to Pam Grier

(April 18, 2018) We hadn’t previously heard of the Run N’ Fly, the band formed by Brazilian born, NYC-based guitarist Sandro Albert and lyricist Manu Lafer, but we’re glad we’ve found them. The two, along with drummer Omar Hakim and collection of New York session musicians and singers, have created something special. Flirting with soul, jazz and Latin music, their amalgamation of sounds has a timeless feel – while still providing timely groove.

First Listen: Freddie Jackson is back "Without You"

(April 18, 2018) Say the name Freddie Jackson and you’ll get a reaction from anyone who even came close to a radio in the 1980s and 90s. With ten #1 singles to his credit, including classics like “Rock Me Tonight” and “You Are My Lady,” Freddie practically defined urban adult contemporary during its heyday.

First Listen: PVibez and Eshe Escoffery shine

(April 16, 2018) People who have been around SoulTracks for a while know that PVibez as a producer who likes to combine different musical genres together. His work encompasses everything from jazz, funk, R&B and electro-dance music.

Celebrating The Stylistics at 50 -- Our Tribute

The Stylistics, one of the great sweet soul groups of all time, celebrate a 50th anniversary this year, and they still look and sound fantastic. With a discography to die for and some of the sweetest falsetto leads ever, they're rightful soul music legends, and worthy of a full year of celebration.

First Listen: Group 2 Praise delivers a praiseworthy winner

(April 15, 2018) Sometimes, we feel an overwhelming need for someone to “cover” us. And that’s the story of the new song written by Linda Walker, who pastors a church in Tupelo, Mississippi.

First Listen: Former Stylistics lead singer Eban Brown collabs on "Brand New" reggae remake

(April 15, 2018) In 2000, Harold Eban Brown of Newark, New Jersey, replaced Russell Thompkins, Jr. as lead singer of The Stylistics.  Being in that role for almost 18 years, Eban sang "You Make Me Feel Brand New" (which was many times the set closer for the group's American concerts) on countless occasions at several venues alongside his then-bandmates.  So he was the perfect person to have on a new reggae-flavored remake of the song, produced by vocalist, audio engineer and musician, Mason di Emporer, who also sings on the track.

First Listen: 90s group Next returns with “Want It”

(April 14, 2018) From the late 1990s to the mid 2000s, few R&B groups experienced the instant success like Minneapolis, Minnesota's Next. Formed by brothers Raphael "Tweet" Brown, Terry "T-ow" Brown and Robert "RL" Huggar, the trio experienced an early hit with "Buttah Love" but exploded onto the charts with their debut album thanks to their 1998 smash, "Too Close." "I Still Love You' and "Wifey" kept them in the mix before label changes, personal conflicts, RL's solo stint and finally, 2016's episode of Unsung stoked their creative juices again.