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May 16, 2014
Soulville: Ruby Jane takes it back to feel-good soul and 60s R&B with gems from Aretha, Deon Jackson, The Velvelettes, The Ikettes, Martha & The Vandellas and more. Plus Opolopo's delicate and powerful rework of Sandy Barber's "I Think I'll Do Some Stepping On My Own", a special Static blend of Das EFX over a dusty Redman beat, and throwback bangers from Lost Boyz, Black Sheep and the Alkaholiks.
May 9, 2014
To the beat y'all: Haitian Star brings on the raw & rugged golden age sound with Kool Moe Dee, Raw Dope Posse & Grandmaster Caz, German bangers by Flo Mega & Torch, and funk breaks from Rufus Thomas & The Mighty Mocambos. Plus new cuts from rap luminaries Mobb Deep, Pharoahe Monch & The Roots, bright sunny grooves by Lord Echo & Average White Band, a Game of Thrones-inspired rhyme from Common, and bawdy X-rated soul by Jackie Wilson & LaVern Baker.
April 25, 2014
Evo goes straight to the groove with big tunes and heavy remixes from Sylvia Striplin, William Devaughn, Bill Withers, Roy Ayers, Donald Byrd, Minnie Riperton and more. Plus Nappy DJ Needles' Biggie transformation from his "Notorious Exchange" mashup project, two synthed-out Potatohead People productions, and tasty original samples from ZZ Hill, Roy Porter and Ray Bryant.
April 18, 2014
DJ Bliss gets the mix moving with early Gang Starr, break-heavy bangers from the Diaz Brothers & Richie Rich and Native Tongues classics by De La Soul & the Jungle Brothers. Static kicks off a blazing 90s hiphop set with the newly released Nas demo "I'm a Villain", and Groove gets into solid meat & potatoes funk by Bobby Patterson & Lee Fields plus recent roughness from The Getup, Brassroots, and AJ & The Jiggawatts.
April 11, 2014
Toast Dawg melts hip hop into a fiery funk alloy with remixes & groove mutations from the Payz Play Supa DJs (Toast & Ephiks), Platinum Pied Pipers, 7D, Cosmo Baker, and plenty of neck snapping Toast Dawg productions. Plus a newly unearthed Common track from the vaults of No ID, future funk prodigy Temu's synth sure-shot "Strut", headnoddic cuts from Guerilla Godz (UK) & Joe Kickass (Netherlands), and Camp Lo, Juju & Tragedy rocking over disco breaks.
April 4, 2014
The One Tash jumps in the mix with heaps of soul & rhythm from Quantic, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, Magic Drum Orchestra, Suzy Q and Flying Lotus. Plus laid-back grooves from the latest Foreign Exchange & Slakah The Beatchild LPs, Brassroots' blazing horn rendition of Luther's "Never Too Much", and Pharrell meets Fela Kuti on dj100proof's "Happy Mentality" blend.
March 28, 2014
DJ Hudge connects the beats from UK to France, Sweden and plenty of New Zealand in the mix c/o Team Dynamite, P Money & Gappy Ranks, King Kapisi, Charles Lloyd Quartet, and sample originators The Honeydrippers and Caesar Frazier. Plus a haunting Gravediggaz remake by soulstress Kendra Morris, hype Afro-Caribbean disco with King Errison & Frank Beeyong, and underground rough cuts by Step Brothers, Doppelgangaz and Verbal Kent.
March 21, 2014
The Cheeba Cheeba Kid shines light on recent releases across the funk spectrum, from Kendra Morris' Stones cover "Miss You" to driving grooves from Lena & The Deep Soul and Trevor & Lisa, sunny soul from Aloe Blacc and thick 808 bass by Indian Summer. Plus G-noF's fat funk synths on "You Can Do It", soul-jazz journeys with Stan Getz and Roland Kirk, and Busta and his Flipmode Squad flipping the Black Moon classic "I Got Cha Opin".
March 14, 2014
Simahlak goes heavy on raw funk, fat 80s synths, Dilla-fied beats and trademark Simahlak production on joints by Fela Kuti, The Vibrettes, Billy Ray, Step Brothers, Biggie, House Shoes and many more. Plus remixes & re-edits by Kon, Alkalino & J-ski, a popping classic on P-Funk's "Pumpin' It Up", and 90s jeep beats from King Tee, Trends of Culture and Lords of the Underground.
March 7, 2014
DJ Calkuta crisscrosses funk, hip hop & soul with plenty of sample moments, funked-out disco and boombap bangers by the Beatnuts, Ghostface, Foster Sylvers, D.O.C., Koko Taylor, Phreek and more. Plus Los Africanos channeling James Brown on the latin burner "Pamoja Watu", Prince Po & Oh No flipping apocalyptic verses on "Toxic", and an exquisite blend of Marvin Gaye and Yasiin Bey by Amerigo Gazaway.