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Posted 3 days ago
Stevie Wonder takes center stage in a WEFUNK living tribute featuring chart toppers and deeper cuts, from his prodigious early works to his fruitful collaboration with Syreeta to cuts penned for Smokey Robinson and Martha & the Vandellas. Plus a celebration of African heritage on "The Crown", an exquisite Tammi Terrell version of "All I Do", cross-generational funk with Prince and En Vogue on "So What The Fuss", and captivating stories from our favorite music raconteur Duke Eatmon.
Posted 10 days ago
Santiago pilots the mothership through 80s funk by Kashif, Junior, "D" Train, Wynd Chymes, Strike One, Gino Soccio and more. Plus soulful emanations from New Zealand's Estere, an ode to timeless funk from Inkswel & Reggie B, and bona fide thumpers by Black Thought, Nitty Scott MC, and Rapper Big Pooh & Nottz.
Posted 2 weeks ago
Rawsoul pulls out forgotten old school jams where reggae meets hip-hop and R&B, connecting the dots from Super Cat and Shabba Ranks to Grand Daddy I.U., Isley Brothers, Surface and more. Plus soulful 80s funk from Thelma Houston and Loose Ends, Birdbone Unlimited's B-side banger "Don't Stop", deep jazz journeys via Bennie Maupin and Tomsits Jazz Group, a mighty Jigmastas single, and a brilliant Brazilian flip by beat wunderkind Kaytranada.
Posted 3 weeks ago
Original flavour episode with Groove and Static at the helm featuring prime-rib modern funk from K-Maxx and Kutcorners, no gimmick raw raps on "Peep the Form", The Getup's funk firecracker "Gold Digger", a West Coast overdose on Xzibit's "Get Your Walk On", and 45 King's classic "Spread Love" retouched to perfection.
Posted 4 weeks ago
Prince gets the royal treatment in a beautifully curated tribute by Ruby Jane and Scramblelock, including tracks across his vast career and candid interview moments with the Purple One himself. Diamond Ortiz and Julian Flenoy reflect Prince’s paisley presence, Andy Cooper and the Allergies ride fast and furious on “Rock Rock”, and DJ Shadow teams up with Run the Jewels for a no B.S. bruiser.
Posted 5 weeks ago
Scott C raids the crates for an eclectic ride through steelpan disco by John Gibbs, soul-fueled broken beat by Dego & Kaidi, lush modern soul by Omar, and raw boombap by Lewis Parker and KRS-One. Plus a scorching funk ember from Deep Street Soul, hard-hitting street poetry by Last Poet Umar Bin Hassan, and a rare Buddha Stretch remix of Beenie Man's "Memories".
April 22, 2016
WEFUNK sets the stage for our upcoming Prince tribute with a couple of teasers from his extensive discography, plus a selection of tracks built on Prince samples, from Biz Markie and Public Enemy to Kanye West and D'Angelo. Tanika Charles craves cash on the catchy "Money", Diamond Ortiz gets funky and flirtatious on a quest for "Next Level Lovin'", and Ivan Ave flows flawless on the Mndsgn-produced "Circles".
April 15, 2016
DJ Praiz and DJ Coner smash through a stash of breaks, from original recipe bangers by Henry Mancini and the J.B.'s to a savage ODB flip to bboy/bgirl favorites by DJ Fleg and Funky Bijou. Plus a tribute to unsung funk heavyhitter Leon Haywood, futuristic old school rap by Teenburger, and afrofunk-infused heatrocks from Blitz the Ambassador, Tensei and Native Sun.
April 8, 2016
Hamburg's Mirko Machine rocks rough and tough with an all-45 set including Dexter's fantastic Simpsons flip, German boombap by Huss & Hodn and Megaloh, and Chris Read's stellar take on the Pharcyde classic "Runnin'". Phife Dawg delivers a clinic on wordplay on "Nutshell", Linn & Freddie keep it laidback and sweet with "Keep on Playing", and Curtis Mayfield keeps faith until the last breath on "Here But I'm Gone".
April 1, 2016
Moar channels the spirit of acid jazz with soulful grooves from Gil Scott-Heron, Cortex, Raashan Ahmad, Oshun, Lord Funk and DJ Cam. Phife Dawg gets a send-off salute packed with his signature one-liners and ATCQ classics that defined the golden era. Keni Burke and Rose Royce let their vocals soar on the dancefloor, and Tala André Marie unleashes some hard-driving Cameroonian funk.