Mikael Wood talks with George Clinton, Flying Lotus and Thundercat -- funk visionaries from different generations -- ahead of their joint Sept. 17 concert at the Hollywood Bowl. Source: Brainfeeder at the Bowl: A roundtable discussion with George Clinton, Flying Lotus and Thundercat - LA Times Perhaps telling of my taste or opinion of the…Read more Brainfeeder at the Bowl: A roundtable discussion with George Clinton, Flying Lotus and Thundercat – LA Times
George “P-Funk” Clinton is naming names and not taking any prisoners! He said that he's tired of record labels collectively plotting their conspiracy against him Source: George Clinton Spent 3M & Refuses To Stop Fight With Record Labels Just an update on GC's copyright situation. I didn't know he was a crackhead back in the…Read more George Clinton Spent 3M & Refuses To Stop Fight With Record Labels | iloveoldschoolmusic.com
Today is apparently the last day that music in the UK will be released on a Monday. Additionally, the people of Greece voted yesterday against further IMF imposed austerity by a margin of 61% against. To mark both these occasions - though obviously Greece is a much more pertinent event - I'm announcing the release…Read more The Money Song – Stand Up & Be Recognised! (Pt. 2) – Out NOW! – FREE DOWNLOAD!
https://youtu.be/J08EA0lKyP8 I don't know if you managed to catch Jools last night? In recent years, the show's become something of a shadow of its former self (in my opinion) - just another stop on the promo circuit. I wonder if it's something to do with BBC pressure, I get the impression Jools has less of…Read more George Clinton & P-Funk Live on Jools Holland | BBC Two
Who'd have thought they'd ever see a P-Funk/Mastermind mashup? Dr. Funkenstein himself - in good spirits as always - gets grilled by the veteran broadcaster on a variety of topics, starting with his take on the recent Robin Thicke/Pharrell/Marvin Gaye palava. GC gives his definitive opinion, which echoes Stevie Wonder's similar sentiment on the recent…Read more George Clinton interviewed by John Humpries on BBC Radio 4