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816
Posted 3 days ago
The Cheeba Cheeba Kid digs up funk on the rock side of the tracks, finding raw drum breaks by Jackson Heights and the New York Rock Ensemble, magnetic grooves by Terry Reid, smooth vocals from Ned Doheny and Southern styled Brit-rock bangers by Vinegar Joe and Broken Glass. Plus Afrobeat hype by Euforquestra x Guynamukat, hurtling organ & brass on Oddisee's "That's Love", and a new flip on the classic Mardi Gras break on Psycho Les' hardbody "Thunder Bells".
815
Posted 1 week ago
Tour de Funk: Nick Bike pushes into first place, throwing the chain over bespoke edits, funky cuts, sample combos and straight up heaters by DJ Quik, Skyy, ELO, Nas, People's Choice, Slick Rick and Mtume. Plus Organized Konfusion's rambunctious live jam "OK Moodswings", Billy Preston's Sunday soul groove "Do What You Want", DJ Format and Phill Most Chill on an uptempo block-rocking set starter, and two underground classics from Beatminerz affiliates Shades of Brooklyn.
814
Posted 3 weeks ago
Power move: D.R.one blasts through a stack of Canadian hip hop along with lots of grimy joints from Kardinal Offishall, The Rascalz, Solitair, E-40, Cypress Hill, Royce da 5'9" and more. Lakim fires half-time phasers into space on "Need Want" and "Kahala", Jay Electronica drops another fiery loosey with "Road to Perdition", and Cal Tjader and Azar Lawrence relax the mood with tasty jazz breaks.
813
Posted 4 weeks ago
Creeasian gets wild in the cypher with flavor-packed breaks, future funk bangers and true school beats, including tracks by New Birth, Que Rock, Muscle Shoals Horns, Kill Emil, Esta, Blaze! and more. Plus a soul wrenching portrait of hardship and struggle on Tish's "Subway Art", another perfectly tailored Tuxedo cut from Mayer Hawthorne & Jake One, and Biggie vs Barry White on a hard-grooving remix of "Going Back to Cali".
812
Posted 5 weeks ago
Funky DL shines on the jazz-infused "A4 Papers", M.O.P. delivers blistering NY grit with "Heistmasters", and Mingus takes jazz to a raw, cinematic place on his epic "Scenes in the City". Plus spiraling synth funk by G-noF, two flavors of Pete Rock in anticipation of Petestrumentals 2, classic original samples from David Axelrod and Moog Machine, and breezy summer vibes by Pleasure and Tyrone Davis.
811
February 27, 2015
DJ Emilio funks up the mix with rough loops & lyrics from Audio Two, Intelligent Hoodlum, The Linguist, Marley Marl, Young Disciples and more. Lady T's "I Need Your Lovin'" gets a dramatic lift at the hands of remix king John Morales, the Mighty Mocambos and Youngblood Brass Band step up front with bright horns and hard percussion, and Mr Cheeks joins soulful compatriot Mary J Blige on the "I'm Goin' Down" remix.
810
February 20, 2015
The One Tash brings a bounce to your step, a thump in the subs, and lots of electronic soul on cuts by Soft Touch, Joe Bataan, Daphni, Pomo, Kid Sublime and Seven Davis Jr. Plus a hard-grooving track from underground mainstays Asheru and Blue Black, Betty Davis' brash "Don't Call Her No Tramp", soaring Northern soul from The Impalas, and an exquisite rework of Q-Tip's "For the Nasty" by Freddie Joachim.
809
February 13, 2015
Walla P delivers luscious jazzy beats and funk finesse on tracks from Flamingosis, Potatohead People, Kenn Starr, Synthesiz, Diamond Ortiz, Sven Atterton and more. Plus GZA's fresh take on the b-boy classic "The Mexican", First Touch's twist of MJ's "You Rock My World", a dusty harp dreamscape from David Snell, and Kendrick Lamar's incendiary masterpiece "The Blacker the Berry".
808
February 6, 2015
Ease Back: The Ultramagnetic MCs diss mice and smack any gerbil over a raw Meters sample, The Mighty Sceptres & Kenny Dope flutter in the breeze on their sunny "Shy As a Butterfly", and Nowrule and Mt. Vernon connect on the lost Brand Nubian classic "How Ya Livin". Plus the Breakdown Brass' heavy funk strut "The Horseman", a rough and tough remix of Wu affiliate Deadly Venoms, Jack PeƱate's gentle rework of Darondo's "Didn't I", and Redman and K-Solo cold getting dumb over a Just-Ice original.
807
January 30, 2015
Feed us the beat: DJ Devious tears through cuts from hip hop's rawest generation, the funk break foundation and timeless 80s jams, featuring tracks from Steady B, Public Enemy, Rufus Thomas, Cameo, The System and more. Plus a trunk-rattling banger by France's Vicelow, a Pomo & Katranada team-up on "Cherry Funk", bitter breakup soul from Ann Peebles and Les McCann, and a Static special blend of Common's anthemic "The People".