Of course we all know that tomorrow is Valentine's Day, either a welcome holiday or a dreaded one depending on your relationship status. But we here at SoulBounce like to think that love and good music conquers any and every situation. To that effect, or favorite newly unveiled duo Tuxedo have put together a smooth little mix of their "favorite 80s boogie slow jams" to get everyone in the mood for love.
Titled "Step In The Name of Love" (but thankfully in no way affiliated a certain Pied Piper), it's nearly an hour's worth of '80s jams that are sure to light your fire. There's no tracklist available, but there are a few noteworthy cuts that surely stand out, including Herbie Hancock and Patrice Rushen's duet "Give It All Your Heart," O'Conner's "To Sweet To Lose," Switch's "There'll Never Be" and Don Blackman's "Holding You, Loving You." And that's just the tip of the iceberg.
With a mix this good, all you'll need is bottle of wine and your honey (or whoever else you choose) to get things going. You can check it out for yourself here and grab a free download of the entire mix over at SoundCloud. And be sure to look out for Tuxedo's debut, which is set to drop March 3rd.