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Posted 1 week ago
Bain Magique works his magic on a sweet selection of soul from Archie Whitewater, LTD, Brief Encounter, Fishburn & Francis, Patti Drew, Joe Tex and more. Plus a "Black Friday" missive by lyrical juggernaut Kendrick Lamar, an explosive soul groover by Crown and the M.O.B., and deep jazz breaks from Luděk Hulan and Frank Strazzeri.
Posted 2 weeks ago
Denmark style: DJ Whut rocks a heavy selection of Scandinavian hip-hop heat from Promoe, Boulevard Connection, Paulo & DJ Cars10, Kriswontwo and Felix De Luca. Fabulous/Arabia reflects the shimmering soul of Shuggie Otis, lyrical giants collide on Pete Rock's classic "Tha Game", M.O.P. salutes Brooklyn on the blistering "Home Sweet Home", and First Touch and XL Middleton throw more boogie fire on the dancefloor.
Posted 3 weeks ago
The Cheeba Cheeba Kid salutes New Orleans legend Allen Toussaint: from his solo soul to prolific penwork and studio magic with fellow heavyweights Dr. John, Chocolate Milk, The Meters, Pointer Sisters, Esther Phillips and more. Family Stone trumpet legend Cynthia Robinson gets a fond farewell, Traum Diggs takes us to church on "Prayer Meeting", John Robinson & MF Doom flow hypnotic on the jazz-fuelled "Sorcerers", and blues licks meet southern-fried storytelling on B.B. & The Underground Kingz' "Country Cousins".
Posted 4 weeks ago
Boomin in Ya Jeep: GonesTheDJ comes out swinging with speaker rattlers by Kool G. Rap and Kenny Dope, latin rhythms from Linda Williams and Rob Swift, solid gold jams from Chaka Khan and Earth Wind & Fire and much more. Plus neck-snapping boombap by Lords of the Underground and Hard 2 Obtain, soaring soul syncopation from Dawn Pemberton, advanced jazz chemistry from Carlos Garnett and Eddie Harris & Les McCann, and Organized Konfusion's classic "Fudge Pudge" elevated with a special DJ Static blend.
Posted 4 weeks ago
We're back for another wild week of Funding Drive with in-studio sampler finesse by the Loop Pilots, sublime vibes from London lyricist 4i, good-time boogie funk by Zackey Force Funk and Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee, raw beats and soul from Brownout and Myles Sanko, a signature Pharrell remix of A Tribe Called Quest's classic "Bonita Applebum", and old school flavors by Crash Crew and Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five.
October 23, 2015
WEFUNK grooves you into a generous mood for CKUT's funding drive with live in-studio magic from Jai Nitai Lotus & Sam I Am, new funk cuts by Calibro 35 and E. Live, classic sample connections from Tom Scott and Cypress Hill, recent afro heat from Souljazz Orchestra and Bosq, and golden era favorites by Diamond D, Main Source and Redman.
October 16, 2015
Ruby Jane delights with 90s feelgood grooves from Janet Jackson and Ahmad, triple-time soul by Lady and Raphael Saadiq, and blazing New Orleans horns by Galactic with the Rebirth Brass Band. Talib Kweli and Rapsody deliver straight facts on the gospel-tinged "Every Ghetto", The Milk strike gold with raw soul on their album "Favourite Worry", Busta and Rah Digga trade bars on the raucous "Betta Stay Up in Your House", and Floetry taps an infectious Average White Band groove on "Wanna B Where U R".
October 9, 2015
Real Love: djblesOne shows off R&B's funky side with jams by En Vogue, Vivian Green, SWV, Jazmine Sullivan, Michael Jackson and more. Kendrick Lamar redefines beautiful on the Rapsody-assisted "Complexion", the Soul Motivators and Souljazz Orchestra hit raw breakbeats with a Canadian touch, and Stro Elliot effortlessly fuses Coltrane's classic "Giant Steps" with Q-Tip's "Let's Ride".
October 2, 2015
Rockin' it: Flipout raids his 45 box for a wild chase through funk breaks, soul samples and golden age cuts from King Tee, James Brown, Sergio Mendez, Ralph MacDonald, Black Sheep and more. Plus a funky number off Memetic's Ottawa-inspired soundtrack Rideau2Richmond, fierce rhymes from Toronto's finest on the k-os helmed posse cut "Boyz II Men", the classic "Nights Over Egypt" as reimagined by Kon and Temu, and soul-dipped modern boogie gems from Buscrates and XL Middleton.
September 25, 2015
The star of a story: DJ Grouch remembers Toronto's Son of S.O.U.L. with a journey through signature soulful cuts from the Blackbyrds, Pointer Sisters, Positive K, Donald Byrd, Rasa, Ghetto Concept and many more. Plus shiny feelgood grooves by LTD and Brand New Heavies, new Beatles boogie from Saucy Lady, a double shot of Pete Rock with Deda and O.C., and spacey Italian prog-rock transformed by Dilla for Busta Rhymes' "Genesis".