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Posted 9 days ago
Lil'Dave fires up a soulful melting pot with Maurice Mobetta Brown's frenetic jazz-hop, Leeroy's future afro flip, Sly5thAve's orchestrated "Shiznit" and more. Plus bubbling grooves by Montreal's The Brooks, Ned Doheny's bewitching "The Devil in You", and a lo-fi banger from Czarface and DOOM.
Posted 2 weeks ago
DJ Whut drops raw raps from NY to Scandinavia with new joints by Danish heavyweights J-Spliff and HansSOLO and a special homage to Swedish producer/remixer/DJ Devastate. Plus a groove journey inspired by Alliance Ethnik, honey dipped boogie from Buscrates & Laura Benack, and A-F-R-O's new take on Madvillian's oddball classic "All Caps".
Posted 3 weeks ago
Lexis takes a jazz-fueled ride through the 70s from spacy explorations by Larry Young and Stanley Clarke to funk driven workouts by Freeez, Ingram and Southern Energy Ensemble. Plus sidechain big bounce from Kaytranada, new school magic by Mick Jenkins and Wantigga, hazy grooves by High Park Funk, and smoldering soul from the Black Pumas and Joey Dosik.
Posted 4 weeks ago
Deheb bounces between dizzying battle breaks and soulful atmospherics with tracks from Funky Bijou, Lanu, Mr. Jukes and Karriem Riggins. Plus hard pushing soul-jazz from Menagerie and Ryan Porter, a politically-charged gem from Black Eyed Peas, and lush piano perfection from Kiefer.
Posted 5 weeks ago
KNLO blasts off on an intergalactic funk journey from Eddie Bo to Georgia Anne Muldrow to Montreal hometown heroes Shash'U, Meryem Saci and Dr. MaD. Plus Funkadelic pumped up and re-freaked by Gay Marvine, a double dip into Gil Scott-Heron's "Home Is Where The Hatred Is", and deft reworks from Alkalino, Young Pulse and Danny Krivit.
Posted 6 weeks ago
Nick Bike steps in the arena with rough funk from Baby Huey, The Sandpebbles and Sir Mack Rice, then goes west coasting with DJ Quik, Diamond Ortiz and Live Evil. Plus sub rattling modern funk from Buscrates and Temu, Abstract Orchestra's scintillating rework of Dwele's "Angel", a beautiful ode to survival by Miles Bonny, and swirling futuristic soul from Akoko.
February 9, 2018
James Boogie slices and dices his way through beefy bboy breaks by Dojo Cuts, The Traffic, Hackney Colliery Band, Cymande and more. Plus Fevah's slinky "West Coast Lovin'", feelgood vocals from Omar & Los Charly's Orchestra, and a special Dilla showcase from buried treasures to shimmering Common and N'Dea Davenport remixes to his thundering instrumentals.
February 2, 2018
DJ Serious dusts off digger's delights from Athenians of Toronto, Love on Love and Johnny Houston, then rewinds back to Toronto's golden era with cuts by Citizen Kane, UBAD and Redlife. Plus exquisite Sade blends by J.Rocc and Pro-V, bold sister funk from Mary Jane Hooper and Martha High, and two rough and rugged Raekwon features.
January 26, 2018
Groove and Static slide from South Africa to Jamrock with Hugh Masekela's electro classic "Don't Go Lose It Baby", luscious vibes from Nick Wisdom & K-Maxx, and modern roots masterpiece "Rock Stone". Plus Orgone's smoldering reprise of "All This Love That I'm Giving", rugged bangers from East Coast stalwarts Skyzoo and Meyhem Lauren, chase scene thrills from Calibro 35, and a sample of the soulful side with Slakah, Dwele and Goldlink.
January 19, 2018
Static and Groove connect the dots from 60s R&B stompers by Ike Turner and The Bar-Kays to intoxicating cuts by modern masters Rapsody and Tall Black Guy. Plus a deep dive into 90s dancehall/hip-hop, Lonnie Liston Smith's elevated "A Chance For Peace", classicist flows from Gifted Gab and Blimes Brixton, a journey through the Synthetic Substitution break, and soul-jazz delights from Les McCann & Eddie Harris.