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803
Posted 2 days ago
DJ Camero loops into the headnod zone with lush beats and grooving funk from Secret Attraction, Snoop, Family's Jam, Nas, Kaytranada and more. Plus newly-uncovered raw funk from the Bootsy-era JB's, a rare Lauryn Hill release from 2010, a deep Rhodes jazz journey through the Beatles' classic "Eleanor Rigby", and a throwback joint from vintage futurist Jneiro Jarel.
802
Posted 2 weeks ago
Ruby Jane melts away winter with sunny grooves and sweet soul from Chaka Khan, Prince, Lady, Detroit Emeralds, Gwen McCrea and many more. Joey Bada$$ stomps through the Statik Selectah-produced "No. 99", G.C. Cameron fires off some explosive 1972 funk, Lin Que spits deadly venoms on "Rip It Up", and Ahmad Jamal takes an epic journey through "Swahililand".
801
Posted 2 weeks ago
Shred One ignites the mix with raw golden age raps then smooths it out with new & old boogie sweetness, featuring selections by Percee P, Sundance, Dayton, Mark IV, and Cherries Records artists Benjamin and K-Maxx. Plus the bright soulful grooves of Eddie Cornelius' "Release Yourself", Snakehips' 90s R&B twist on Lion Babe's "Treat Me Like Fire", Moar & Pharoah bringing more sure-shot funk fire, and Substantial & DJ Jav reworking Jill Scott's classic until it's "Especially Different".
800
Posted 4 weeks ago
WEFUNK celebrates our 800th show with a journey through our influences, inspirations and next-generation favorites, featuring a retrospective of the late-90s powerhouse Rawkus Records, a tribute to the mighty funk foundations, a spotlight on WEFUNK associated acts from Montreal, highlights from Mello Music Group's exquisitely curated roster, some key soul & jazz influences, and respect to visionaries carrying forward the funk into new decades.
799
Posted 5 weeks ago
Passion Play: Big Jacks is back for a soul-ed out session of jams by Billy Griffin, Starpoint, Marcus Valle, Sass, Father's Children, Sugarhill Gang and many more. Temu pays tribute to the mighty P-Funk in "Funkadophilus & the Brass Operator", Detroit mic slayers ride out for the Motor City, Sa-Roc takes aim at all fakers on "Maximum Frequency", and Bohannon's "Save Their Souls" gives a celestial backdrop to Jay-Z's "Cashmere Thoughts".
798
November 7, 2014
Fresh Rhythm: DJ Zattar jumps back on the set with speaker-shaking breakbeats from Quantic, Afro percussion grooves by Orlando Julius and Marijata, and big boogie basslines from Aurra, Vin Zee and Sure Thing. Hip-hop royalty Nas and Dilla connect on "The Season", Brownout sparks fiery latin funk, DeRobert & The Half-Truths and Cleveland Freckleton unleash soul-funk scorchers, and Raekwon spits over the old school classic "I'll Be Good".
797
October 31, 2014
We're back for our second funding drive special featuring in-studio live rhymes by Jai Nitai Lotus, more Freak Motif advance grooves via DJ Ilya, an Ebonee Webb vs Prince funk showdown, and lots of beats to get your head moving by Keith Murray, Armenta, BDP, Ray Charles, Organized Konfusion, Black Milk, and Sugar Bear Johnson.
796
October 24, 2014
Digging deep... into our pockets for CKUT's annual funding drive, with a listener-fueled funding frenzy and lots of big grooves and heavy hitters in the mix from Grand Puba, Osaka Monaurail, El Da Sensei, Khemistry, Statik Selectah, Freak Motif, One Way, Saukrates and many more.
795
October 17, 2014
Funky Thang: DJ Kobal rocks feel good grooves from Bobby Kool, Funkadelic, The Rimshots, Black Ice, Peaches & Herb and more. Plus a digital soul ode by DeRobert & The Half Truths, verbal fury from Wildelux on his menacing "T'Challa Champ", Johnny Hammond's grooved-out stand against the "system", and effortless flows from Q-Tip on the Dilla-assisted "All In".
794
September 26, 2014
DJ Killajewel gets crafty on the crossfader with lots of jazzy downtempo beats and hip hop joints from The Wiseguys, DJ Krush, London Funk Allstars, Beatnuts, Pretty Lights, Kanye and plenty more. Plus hypnotic street narrative by Slimkid and Nu-mark, recent funk roughness from Cooking on 3 Burners and the Third Coast Kings, a poetic groover by the legendary Roots crew, buttery soul from Gene Washington & The Ironsides, and Opolopo's funked out twist on Mtume's classic "Juicy".