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Posted 5 days ago
Buscrates gets the circuits flowing with fat funk and synth soul by S.O.S. Band, Mecca:83, General Caine and Delegation, plus homegrown heat from Buscrates 16-bit Ensemble, Synthesiz and East Liberty Quarters. Snoop & Stevie bask in the summer sun, Georgia Anne Muldrow pens an inspired ode to her musical forebears on "Great Blacks", G-noF and XL Middleton bubble up pure West Coast grooves, and new-generation Brooklynites join Chelsea Reject on the moody "47".
Posted 9 days ago
Rewind that: Dusty Springfield and Judy Freeman belt out full-throated soul, Lord Jamar drops Five-Percent knowledge on "Supreme Mathematics", Buscrates & Laura Benack hit new heights with their gorgeous "On My Own", and Erykah invokes Sylvia Striplin and Junior M.A.F.I.A. on the playful "Turn Me Away". Plus hard bars from microphone phenom Sean Price (RIP) on "#4NOREASON", new generation funk rawness by The New Mastersounds and DeRobert & The Half-Truths, and a classic Charles Wright bassline sample moment with K.R.S. and Tribe.
Posted 3 weeks ago
Jason Palma keeps it rough & tough with a pile of 70s funk, raw disco, Afro/Caribbean/Brazilian heat, blues breaks and much more. Plus Raekwon's triumphant return on the A$AP Rocky-assisted "I Got Money", Mos Def re-licked for the dancehall on Max Tannone's mash-up project "Mos Dub", and thunderous boom-clack by the elusive Benny Blonco.
Posted 4 weeks ago
Délicieuses Betteraves: Toast Dawg takes us on a kaleidoscopic journey showcasing his "Brazivilain" mutant funk productions, remixes, collabos and more. Plus new and old Stevie Wonder interpretations by Syreeta and Van Hunt, a hard hitting Keith Murray b-boy remix by djblesOne, catchy soul-funk vocals from Daptone's Saun & Starr, and Joell Ortiz channeling a Freda Payne soul gem on "Memories".
Posted 5 weeks ago
"Some extra": Scott C rocks the old, new and in-between-oldie-newie, from Prince's steel pan "New Position" to breakbeat classic "Super Sporm", 2-Tone Jones' Wu/jazz cocktail, BBNG's cinematic teamup with Ghostface and DOOM, Skillz & Phonte on an old Organized beat and lots more. Plus Pharoah Sanders' "You've Got To Have Freedom" recast for the dancefloor by Uptown Funk Empire, a lost gem from P-Funk singer Ron Ford, psychedelic "Jisco Dazz" by A Man Called Adam, and solid 80s funk from the Iz Army and Evelyn "Champagne" King.
Posted 6 weeks ago
Dizzy Wright carries the torch for the golden era on "The Flavor", Judith Hill invokes the Sly Stone sound with help from Prince, and The Time cut suckers down to size on "Tricky". Plus a knockout trans-Atlantic collabo track between DJ Iron and MindsOne, disco delights from Aquarian Dream and Rokk, and a Hov anthem re-imagined by revolutionary femcee Sa-Roc.
April 24, 2015
Frank BLVD pulls out a heavy selection of hip hop and funk, running through 80s treats from King Sun, Most Wanted, Special Ed, Jazzie Ladies, The P-Funk All Stars, General Caine and more. Plus understated rawness on Nonchalant's Roots-assisted "Take It There" remix, the pulsating funk of Pomo's "So Fine", Big L's "Platinum Plus" with hip hop royalty Primo and Big Daddy Kane, and break-driven disco burners from Camouflage, Sylvester and Ahzz.
April 3, 2015
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".
March 27, 2015
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.
March 20, 2015
Power move: 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.