Private Function

Voltaire Records is releasing a new modern funk, boogie, and soul compilation called Private Function as both a four-song 12-inch vinyl (available now) and a digital version (out July 9). According to the label, the aim of the comp is to celebrate the “new breed of talented producers re-inventing and amplifying this relished sound.”

We’ve got a vinyl copy of the compilation to give away to one lucky winner. For your chance to win, email with “Voltaire Records” in the subject line. The contest closes on Monday, July 1 at 12pm, and a winner will be randomly and notified by email.

There are a number of up-and-coming bands on the comp from here in the Bay Area as well as LA and Miami. XL Middleton & Eddy Funkster, K-Maxx, Night School and Loose Shus all provided original tracks. Below, listen to either the original four-song comp or an expanded, downloadable 17-track version (dubbed Public Function). Dig in and get funky!