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Posted 4 days ago
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".
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Posted 2 weeks ago
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.
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Posted 2 weeks ago
XL Middleton weaves boogie with G-funk on a trip down the west coast and beyond, featuring the sounds of C-Funk, Baby "S", Benedek and Brian Ellis alongside trademark XL productions and remixes. Plus Vanity 6's telephone mic-drop "If A Girl Answers (Don't Hang Up)", Towa Tei's bossa inspiration for A Tribe Called Quest's "Find a Way", Kon's stank-faced resurrection of "Mothership Connection", and jazz-infused headnodica by Black Star, Jazz Spastiks and Full Circle.
856
Posted 3 weeks ago
Ilya flows between house and its myriad roots and branches with cuts by Moodymann, Pépé Bradock, Only Freak, Herbie Hancock, Kenlou and Sir Piers. Plus another hardbody banger off the new Joell Ortiz LP, a blazing vocal cut from Dilla's long-lost album "The Diary", and electro-funk heat from Tryezz and Egyptian Lover.
855
Posted 5 weeks ago
Sweet Daddy Luv strolls through the nether realms of hip-hop with avant-garde and lo-fi joints by the Shape Shifters, Daddy Kev, Divine Styler, and Rammellzee. Plus bass-rattling future soul by Greg Blackman and Percy Filth, Fredy V's exquisite boogie confection "Ain't Going Nowhere", and Motown sounds for the new millennium by BJ the Chicago Kid.
854
Posted 6 weeks ago
Shred One sets the groove in motion with headphone boombap from Nas, Statik Selectah and Ill Biskits, then shifts into high gear with dancefloor scorchers by Deodato, Bunny Mack and Rhythm Roots All-Stars. Plus ginsu-sharp bars from Erule, a chorus of funked-out robots from Temu's clandestine werkshop, and a seamless blend of Sade and MF DOOM from Seanh2k11's SADEVILLAIN mixtape.
853
February 26, 2016
DJ Fleg fans the latin funk flames with lots of heavy breaks and percussion, plus a special dedication to the go go, hip-hop and funk of his hometown Washington, DC. Hezekiah turns "I Love Kanye" into a remix showpiece, GrandBuda meditates over a mesmerizing Kaytranada chop, and Verckys et l'Orchestre Vévé marinate raw funk with Congolese spices.
852
February 19, 2016
DJ Hudge slides between butter-smooth rare groove and true school hip-hop, dropping cuts from the Sylvers, Roy Ayers, Torae, and New Zealand’s own Manuel Bundy and Average Rap Band. Rae and Ghost stomp through Adrian Younge's 70s-inspired "Blackout", Dead Prez celebrates black pride on the Quakers' "Soul Power", and Maurice White gets love for early jams with Ramsey Lewis, The Salty Peppers and Melvin Van Peebles.
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February 12, 2016
The One Tash is back for a fresh session of late-night soulful beats from Anik Khan, Lianne La Havas, Bonjay, Mocky, Tanika Charles and more. Plus a sample of the spiritually grounded grooves of late great Earth, Wind & Fire founder Maurice White, and a tribute to Dilla's beat wizardry on the 10th anniversary of his passing.
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February 5, 2016
Land of the rising Funk: Walla P shines a spotlight on Japanese boogie, jazz-funk and modern soul from Toshiki Kadomatsu, Cosmos, Tatsuro Yamashita, Yasuko Agawa and more. K-Maxx and Buscrates carry the torch for modern funk, Blaq x Saga resurrect the raw on "Time Travelers", Sa-Roc rocks steady over a jazzy Flying Lotus number, and vintage Kanye resurfaces on the Madlib and Kendrick-assisted "No More Parties in L.A."