For the past 15 years, every Friday night the fertile confines of the Goodfoot's basement space play host to hours of sweaty, soul-slicked revelry. Aquaman, Vachal, and the Soul Mechanic—vinyl dorks with impressively thick reserves of rug-cutting jams—are a striking misalignment from the teeming dance floor of sexy, sweaty twentysomethings. But more power to the wax purists with a predilection for the funk; Soul Stew is the perfect antidote to a week full of bullshit hassle, with great late-'60s to late-'70s soul grooves in the vein of vintage Bar-Kays, Otis Redding, Baby Huey, James Brown, and more. RYAN J. PRADO
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