Photo courtesy of Tambor
Cortney LaFloy may be one of Atlanta’s freshest new singers, but she’s probably known more for her moves on the dance floor. Before ever teaming up with producer Steve ChiProfess and crafting the hit single “Dance 4 You” a little more than a year ago, LaFloy could be spotted tripping the light fantastic at house music events all around town. Lucky for house heads everywhere, her fancy footwork got the attention of Stan Zeff and the folks at the Tambor Music label — and the rest is history in the making. Slo*Mo recently tracked down LaFloy to find out what’s next for the Chicagoland-born vocalist.
Slo*Mo: OK, we’ve been rocking “Dance 4 U” since last April. What’s next for you musically?
Check it out: The September 2014 issue of Slo*Mo Magazine … which also marks one year of publication for our soul/music/culture periodical!
To get your hands on the latest edition — featuring info on ONE MusicFest, Felabration, Tambor and more of fall’s top events — pay a visit to several Atlanta retail shops or download a digital version of the magazine right here: Slo*Mo Vol. 2, No. 1
It’s here: the March issue of Slo*Mo Magazine!
This one features an in-depth interview with Stan Zeff, the man behind the internationally acclaimed house music event Tambor. On top of that we’ve got our picks for the month’s best live shows, starring Kindred, Ruby Velle and the Soulphonics and many more.
Want to grab a physical copy? Check out our list of places to snag the mag.
Want to download the latest issue? Click this link: SLOMO(March2014)FINAL (1)