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Posted 7 days ago
Andy Williams goes deep and eclectic with a slick slab of UK disco by Ultrafunk, obscure Singaporean psych-rock by The Travellers, a beat-heavy Gene Dudley rework, and abstract UK hip-hop by Paper Tiger and Lotek Hi-Fi. Plus prime cuts off the latest DITC and De La albums, stark street poetry from Ka, the Chakachas' sweet slow burner "Soledad", and a dream team collabo with Little Brother and Black Star.
880
Posted 3 weeks ago
WEFUNK dives into heavy rock breaks from legends like Hendrix and Funkadelic to worldwide selections from AKA, S.B.B. and Manuel De Sica. J. Cole draws on the lush soul of Sly, Slick & Wicked on his reflective "Chaining Day", Camp Lo joins Oran Juice Jones on "Poppin' that Fly", American Gypsy takes a sonic journey on "Inside Out", and A Tribe Called Red unveils a futuristic stomper with Yasiin Bey and Narcy.
879
Posted 4 weeks ago
Walla P gets behind the groove with modern and 80s funk by Pomrad, Hitomi Tohyama and Dâm-Funk, then eases into headnoddic hip-hop courtesy of DJ Krush, Mic Geronimo and Rob Swift. Plus a tribute to fallen Beastie Boy legend MCA, a fresh funk direction for Kylie Auldist, a rough and rugged Killah Priest collabo with Bryan Ford, and Alicia Myers' joyful anthem "I Want To Thank You".
878
Posted 5 weeks ago
Alkalino straps a rocket on Mtume's "Ready For Your Love", Duck Down delivers "Rap Professor" to salute Sean Price, and Blowfly croons as nasty as ever on his final LP. Plus the Joneses' smooth soul stepper "Sugar Pie Guy", an exquisite "Can I Kick It" rework by King Most, and coast-to-coast Canadian flavours from Moka Only to Monk.E.
877
Posted 6 weeks ago
Florian Keller administers a heavy funk fix with big band grooves from his native Germany, simmering funk from Skip Mahoney & The Casuals, and classic Soul Train heat by The Dramatics. Plus a live session with 3 new generation Montreal artists, sweet Brazilian boogie by Cristina Camargo, superb 90s remixes by Adam Kay and Evil Needle, and a downtempo UK burner by The Deadbeats.
876
August 5, 2016
The Cheeba Cheeba Kid samples the seismic soul of drum legend Bernard Purdie, from Afro-Cuban grooves with Mongo Santamaria to Cal Tjader's electrifying "Mamblues" to some of his most iconic breaks including "Rock Steady" and "Synthetic Substitution". Lady Wray's ready to "Do It Again" with a retro-soul sureshot, funk classics get flipped by Zhigge, Jungle Brother and Sylk Smoov, and indie luminaries collide on "B-Boy Bonanza".
875
September 9, 2016
DJ Amir puts needle to the groove with sounds of the diaspora, from Latin heat by Celia Cruz to Brazilian rhythms by Wilson Simonal to West African grooves from Ebo Taylor and Effi Duke. Meth and Red spit fire on Loaded Lux's "Rite", Jamila Woods and Noname stay woke on "VRY BLK", Mndsgn funks philosophical on "Use Ya Mnd", and Nico Gomez summons forces of nature on the volcanic "Ritual".
874
September 23, 2016
Marc Hype, Jim Dunloop and Sabrina Golian deliver another high octane mix with "Summertide 2016", featuring a standout Fela rework by Teck-zilla, tasty Dusty Donuts edits, airtight disco grooves by Bobby Thurston, and the vocal version of Cliff Nobles' instrumental monster "The Horse". Plus: Modern funk all-stars join forces on "The Boys Are Back", Audio Push channels A Tribe Called Quest on "Check the Vibe", and TIMEKODE drops a poignant remix for our troubled times.
873
July 29, 2016
Pro-V keeps it strictly basement vibes with Jazzy Jeff's bass heavy thumper "Branded", De La Soul's freewheeling "Mack Daddy on the Left", a wild jazz ride with DJ Krush and a hardknock banger by Akinyele. Plus Asheru's righteously soulful "Do U", a silky G-funk instrumental by SaiR, and indelible soul from the Three Degrees and Odyssey.
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July 22, 2016
Dusty Fingers founder Danny Dan delves deep into hip-hop's DNA with foundational and forgotten breaks, plus drops science on New York's early digging and DJ culture in a bonus interview. L.O.T.U.G. still bangs on the Redman-assisted "Like a Drug", Zion I calls for "Unity" against police violence, and Lady Wray bares her heart on "Guilty".