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Posted 3 days ago
The star of a story: DJ Grouch remembers Toronto's Son of S.O.U.L. with a journey through signature soulful cuts from the Blackbyrds, Pointer Sisters, Positive K, Donald Byrd, Rasa, Ghetto Concept and many more. Plus shiny feelgood grooves by LTD and Brand New Heavies, new Beatles boogie from Saucy Lady, a double shot of Pete Rock with Deda and O.C., and spacey Italian prog-rock transformed by Dilla for Busta Rhymes' "Genesis".
Posted 2 weeks ago
Mks takes us deep into original Brazilian funk, breaks, psych and hip hop with sun-soaked selections from Tim Maia, Luis Bonfa, Sonia Santos, Azymuth, Waltel Branco, Thaide & DJ Hum and many more. Hot 8 Brass Band put a blazing second-line groove on "Papa Was A Rolling Stone", CeaseRock reps Montreal on an all-borough anthem, and the West Coast holds court from classic Eazy-E to a Dr Dre banger off the "Compton" LP.
Posted 4 weeks ago
Lord Jazz reps for the underground with an hour-long guest mix featuring Method Man, Large Professor, Yesterdays New Quintet, rare grooves from Tyrone Davis and Deodato, and exclusives from Lords of the Underground and DJ Glo. The 80's Babies speak on the the state of the union on "3Fifths", Like & Shamon Cassette flow fluid over lilting piano licks, and the modern funk generation rises up on raw heat from K-Maxx, Brian Ellis, Foreign Exchange and DâM FunK.
Posted 5 weeks ago
Peep my words: WEFUNK presents two full sets in memory of Boot Camp champion Sean Price, from his first appearance on Smif-N-Wessun's "Dah Shinin'" to his teamup with Ruck as Heltah Skeltah to numerous solo LPs, collabo tracks, and work with the underground supergroup Random Axe. Andy Williams rounds out the show with a truly eclectic stew of beats from Monkey Robot, Moonstarr, Talking Heads, Raj Gupta, Weather Report, Milton Banana Trio and much more.
August 7, 2015
Simply beautiful: Ephiks rolls out soulful vocals and headnod beats from Erykah, Outkast, S.O.S. Band, k-os, Souleance, Janet and many more. New Zealand songstress Sacha Vee gets soul sensitive on "Ging", Papoose kicks off DJ Premier's "Bars in the Booth" series with mind-bending rhymes, and Brian Ellis and Tryezz bring that heavy modern funk thump.
July 31, 2015
Walla P lets the vibes run deep through synth circuits and harp strings, jazzy flows and funky thangs from Illa J, Exmag, Frankfurt Funk, Funky DL, Hawk House, Makoto Matsushita and more. Chris Read and Phill Most Chill time warp back to '88 on their "Rap Tradition" remix, Ghostface and DOOM reunite on BBNG's retro-futurist "Ray Gun", and the Professor munches through an oven-fresh tray of cookies from Solomon Vaughn, Junie, Jill Scott and Brother Soul.
September 18, 2015
Break loose: DJ Suspect rides the stylus through pounding drums, raw raps and funk tracks by DJ Format, Breakestra, Sinto, Mighty Mocambos, Soundsci, Zajazza and many more. Plus Yasiin Bey's steel pan flows on "Sensei on the Block", blistering street poetry off Guilty Simpson's new Detroit's Son LP, Kenlo's off-kilter casiotone funk "Woogie On", and the Bucktown anthem "Here We Come" from the mighty Boot Camp Clik.
July 24, 2015
(Not just) a groove: Big Pun rips through a James Brown break on his "Dream Shatterer" remix, Pomo puts some nasty funk on Mark Ronson's "I Can't Lose", and Shyheim brings on the wailing soul of the Isley's incandescent ballad "Ain't I Been Good to You". Plus mystic vibrations from John Robinson x Chief's collabo "We the Prolific", Daisy-Age flavors on Kwamé's "Da' Man", and relationship raw talk from Jill Scott, JJ Barnes, and Teddy Pendergrass' Blue Notes.
July 17, 2015
Slynk gets the beats bouncing with Aussie cuts from TZU and Fdel, big boogie heat by Barbara Mitchell and BB&Q Band, and lots more flavor from Joeblack, Deluxe, Akay and Ferry Ultra. Plus: K-maxx puts the icing on a delicious tray of muffin metaphors, Illa J's "Universe" gives a glimpse of his upcoming LP with Montreal's Potatohead People, and Chris Rivers, Biggie and L.L. take turns rocking over the classic "Blind Alley" break.
July 10, 2015
Shine on: Rawsoul's got solar rays for days with a mix of soulful, laid-back and balmy tracks from Asheru, DJ Nu-Mark, Funkadelic, Lyrics Born, Steve Arrington and more. Plus lush jazzy instrumentals from Bobby Hutcherson and DJ Day, signature J-Zone humor and production on "Crime Wave (Remix)", gorgeous soul by New Holidays and Maxi Anderson, and Large Professor's sample-heavy 90s homage "New Train Ole Route".