What & Where

Funkalicious is a regular DJ spot currently in residence at the White Horse in Brixton, London.

At Funkalicious we play a mixture of well-known funk & soul classics mixed with rarer stuff from American independant labels and the hot modern sound of today’s healthy worldwide funk scene. The key is neither to sound like bedroom-bound collector nerds nor to bore fans of genuine music by playing tracks they may have heard a million times – but to strike a nice balance. Basically if most people in the venue are dancing and having a good time, we have done our bit. See our list of 100 top tunes below to give you an indication…


Getting There
Address White Horse,
94 Brixton Hill, Brixton,
London SW2 1QN

Telephone 020 8678 6666

Email email us

On foot we are a five minute walk up Brixton hill from the tube station.

By Tube Victoria line. Brixton tube station.
Either, cross the road, turn left and walk up the hill
or turn left and catch any bus from outside KFC.
Mon-Sat last tube 00.26 (please check first)

By Bus Brixton is served 24hrs a day. all major bus routes pass by Brixton tube station. if the bus is not going up Brixton hill change buses at Brixton tube station and use any from outside KFC.

Cabs if you need a cab home ask at the bar and we will call one for you.

By Car There is free parking after 18.30 Mon–Fri or all day Sat & Sun in the surrounding streets.

For more detailed travel information, visit:

Night buses from Brixton Hill (PDF) download here
(Please check first)

*The info here was correct at the time of publishing but is subject to change, please check before you travel.

100 Top Tunes
Here’s a guide list of what we might play on any given night. It’s in no particular order and by no means definitive but should give you an idea of what to expect…

Let The Groove Move You – Gus “The Groove” Lewis
Land Of 1000 Dances – Wilson Pickett
Hotpants Breakdown – Soul Toronados
Keep On Looking – Sharon Jones & The Dap King
It’s Your Thing – The Isley Brothers
I Was Made To Love Her – Stevie Wonder
Forty First Street Breakdown – Naomi Davis & The Knights Of Forty First Street
Get On The Good Foot – James Brown
Tell Mama – Etta James
Popcorn – The Upsetters

Sunshine Of Your Love – Spanky Wilson
Genuine – Sharon Jones and The Dap Kings
Green Onions – Booker T And The MGs
Give A Man A Break – Charles Mintz
Can I Get A Witness – Barbara Randolph
Bold Soul Sister – Ike And Tina Turner
Funky Soul – David Batiste
Dap Walk – Ernie And The Top Notes
Hard To Handle – Otis Redding
Cool Jerk – The Capitols
Sing A Simple Song – Sly And The Family Stone

Practice What You Preach – The Poets Of Rhythm
Quicksand – Osaka Monaurail
Make Me Believe In You – Patti Jo
You Can Have Your Watergate (But Gimme Some Bucks And I’ll Be Straight) – The JBs
Get Ready – The Temptations
Higher And Higher – Jackie Wilson
Son Of A Preacher Man – Erma Franklin
Mother Popcorn – James Brown
Rocksteady – Aretha Franklin
Gonna Spend My Life – Joe Frazier

Somebody In The World For You – The Mighty Hannibal
Impeach The President – The Honeydrippers
Lowdown Stank – Breakestra
Mellomatic Mood – Binky Griptite & The Mellomatics
Who Told You – (Miss) Jackie Moore
This Love Ain’t Big Enough For The Two Of Us – Charles Bradley And The Bullets
Honky Tonk Popcorn – Bill Dogget
You – Spanky Wilson
I Got The Feelin’ – James Brown
You’re Wasting My Time – Billy Garner

Keep On Dancin’ – Alvin Cash
Uptight (Everything’s Alright) – Stevie Wonder
Don’t Touch, Just Watch Me – Mountain Mocha Kilimanjaro
Upstairs On Boston Road – Sammy Gordon And The Hiphuggers
Mean Man – Betty Harris
Hot Pants Road – The JBs
Chocolate – Mickey And The Soul Generation
Boom Boom – The Grits
Go For Yourself – Soul Toronados
Parrty – Maceo And The Macks

Everything’s Gonna Be Alright – Robert Moore
You Did It – Ann Robinson
The Hook & Sling – Eddie Bo
25 Miles – Edwin Starr
Express Yourself – Charles Wright And The Watts 103rd Street Band
Shotgun – Junior Walker And The All Stars
Little Miss Funky Sole – Breakestra
I Need Help (I Can’t Do It Alone) – Bobby Byrd
Harlem Shuffle – Bob & Earl
Respect – Aretha Franklin

Crumbs Off The Table – Laura Lee
Tell Me What’s On Your Mind – Cyril Neville
Southside Funk – Soul Seven
Shake – Otis Redding
Sweet Soul Music – Arthur Conley
Fish Head – Slim And The Soulful Saints
Pull My Coat – Eddie Jacobs Exchange
It’s My Thing – Marva Whitney
Code 99 – Lefties Soul Connection
I Get The Sweetest Feeling – Jackie Wilson

California Soul – Marlena Shaw
Fever – Marie Quennie Lyons
Born To Be Wild – Wilson Pickett
Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose – James Brown
Happy Soul With A Hook – Dave Cortez And The Moon People
Let A Woman Be A Woman, Let A Man Be A Man – Dyke And The Blazers
Love Man – Otis Redding
Since You’ve Been Gone (Sweet Sweet Baby) – Aretha Franklin
Humpty Dump – Vibrettes
Duffin’ Around – Jack McDuff

Did You Mean It? – Arlene Bell
Moonlight, Music And You – Laura Greene
Too Hot To Hold – Big Ella
Super Cool (You’re Just Super Fool) – Pat Hunt
Cookies – Brother Soul
Sexy Coffee Pot – Tony Avlon And The Belairs
You Met Your Match – Stevie Wonder
Little Royal Freeze – Little Royal
How Long Do I Have To Wait – Sharon Jones And The Dap Kings
What You See Is What You Get – Brenda George

Who’s The King – Joseph Henry
We Want To Parrty, Parrty, Parrty – Lyn Collins
It’s A Good Feeling (Riot) – Joe Bataan
What Condition My Condition Is In – Sharon Jones And The Dap Kings
Pushin’ On – Quantic Soul Orchestra
Baby Don’t Cry – The Third Guitar
This Old Heart Of Mine (Is Weak For You) – The Isley Brothers
Get In The Groove – The Mighty Hannibal
See Saw – Aretha Franklin
Rock Me Again And Again – Lyn Collins


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