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February 21, 2014
Slyde runs the mix with funk instrumentals by the Daktaris & Floyd Lawson, jazzy cuts from Guy Pedersen & Alan Hawkshaw, and some local flavor from the Morph-tet & Soul Motivators. Plus a "b-boy lullaby" from Manu Dibango, beat-driven retouches of Stevie Wonder and Lee Fields, and vintage joints from Kid Capri, Jungle Brothers and the underrated Dred Scott.
February 7, 2014
Bain Magique sets the tone with Ghostface & Slick Rick's rapturous ode to "The Sun", bumpin' funk by LJ Reynolds and Lou Courtney, and connoisseur cuts from Marché Noir and White Limousine. Plus a dream collaboration between Yasiin Bey & Marvin Gaye on "Inner City Travellin' Man", a Patrice Rushen classic re-grooved by Danny!, and Fatback's funk dystopia "Is This the Future?".
January 31, 2014
Ray Barretto brings latin funk fire on his live jam "Slo Flow", Beast Coast lyricism meets timeless production on the Underachievers' "Mahdi", and Onyx's Fredro Starr keep it street level on the brand new "What U Goin Thru". Plus sample moments from Talib/AM-FM and Biggie/Ronnie Laws, a promising debut from Montreal's Big Bricc, and two slick slabs of Ohio funk by Slave and Dayton.
January 24, 2014
Rawsoul keeps the mix bumping with early 90s hip hop B-sides & soulful 80s boogie from Dredknotz, Intelligent Hoodlum, Jocelyn Brown, Donna McGhee, Herley Johnson Jr. and more. Plus an obscure jazzy gem from Dead Presidents, hiphop-reggae crossover tracks by Zhigge and Doug E Fresh featuring Vicious, another soul sure-shot from Sharon Jones' latest LP, and ferocious feral breaks by Funkadelic and Liquid Liquid.
January 17, 2014
Soul Travelin': Sweet Daddy Luv heads out on a crosscountry roadtrip through the local funk sounds of Detroit, Indianapolis, Seattle, San Francisco, Miami, DC, Philly and more. Eddie Henderson and Weather Report venture into noodly jazz-funk breakbeats, Alchemist assembles a full platoon for the synth-driven "1010 Wins", and KA pays homage to the greatest hip-hop albums on "Off the Record".
January 10, 2014
DJ Lean Rock (Floor Lords/Boogie Brats/Horsepower) blazes through b-boy breaks and beats from Paten Locke, Freqnik & WDRE, Action Bronson, Dee Edwards, Nico Gomez, and a stack of rough & tough obscurities. Plus a cut from legendary lyricists Q-Tip and Busta Rhymes' new "The Abstract & The Dragon" mixtape, new twists on 90s Nas and Alkaholiks by Black Thought and DJ Iron, and big boogie beats from Conquest, Joey Negro, and Chewy Rubs & Fingerman.
December 20, 2013
Ruby Jane brings the brash brass and joyful soul of New Orleans with picks from Dirty Dozen, Hot 8, Soul Rebels, Trombone Shorty and lots more. Plus waacking disco by Alma Faye Brooks and Nineteen Fourty-Five, sweet spaced-out syncopation from Lost Midas and Lord Echo, a Rakim track celebrating political icon Nelson Mandela, and Mozambique duo Simbaand Milton Gulli's tribute to the seminal ATCQ song "Scenario".
December 13, 2013
DJ Camero's back with bass-heavy grooves from René & Angela, sample originals by Grant Green and Leroy Hutson, a pair of Todd Terje edits, and lots of laid-back beats & rhymes from Kendrick Lamar, Petty, Quasimoto and more. Plus heavy future funk from Julian Dyne, raw funk burners from Lee Fields and Billy Byrds, and an ode to Saturday morning cartoons by Z-Trip, Murs and Supernat.
December 6, 2013
Mega Brain heats it up with early hip hop jams by Busy Bee and Jimmy Spicer, classic 90s R&B remixes from Mariah and SWV, and a touch of new jack swing with Basic Black and Johnny Gill. Plus bass-rattling future funk from Amalia and Reggie B, heavy vibes on Phoniks' remix of the Tribe Called Quest classic "1nce Again", and bare-knuckle raps from Roc Marciano, Sean Armstrong, Lil Fame and Ill Bill.
November 22, 2013
Sweeter than candy: DJ Sagewondah showcases the synths & soul of 80s funk jams by Unlimited Touch, Cherrelle, Amra, Dynasty, The Gap Band and more. Plus a double shot of Dam-Funk collabos with legends Steve Arrington and Snoop, King Push and Kendrick vying for lyrical knockout on "Nosetalgia", and Pharoahe and Prince Po reunited as Organized Konfusion on the Marco Polo-produced "3-O-Clock".