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Posted 1 day ago
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.
Posted 6 days ago
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.
Posted 1 week ago
(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.
Posted 3 weeks ago
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.
Posted 3 weeks ago
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".
Posted 4 weeks ago
Marc Hype joins Jim Dunloop & Sabrina Golian for a bright "Summertide" romp through feelgood grooves by The Delegators, Pamoja, Sebastian Williams, Voodoocuts, Donald Byrd and many more. Monie Love assembles the all-female crew Heresy for a Rock Steady Crew salute, MC Lyte continues her 20+ year legacy with the conscious anthem "Dear John", underground veteran Pumpkinhead (RIP) spits his rap manifesto on "Rock On", and the Souljazz Orchestra debuts another blast of Afro-funk fire.
Posted 5 weeks ago
Mi swing es tropical: DJ EVO finds the Brazilian pulse in selections from around the globe, featuring DJ Day, Novos Crioulos, Dilla, Captain Planet, Jorge Ben, Quantic, Una Mas Trio and many more. Plus freshly minted G-Funk on Onra's "We Ridin'", new and old popping grooves from Diamond Ortiz and Ray Parker Jr., and Was (Not Was)'s cover of the soul classic "Papa Was a Rolling Stone".
Posted 6 weeks ago
Buscrates gets the circuits flowing with fat funk and synth soul by S.O.S. Band, Mecca:83, General Caine and Delegation, plus homegrown heat from Buscrates 16-bit Ensemble, Synthesiz and East Liberty Quarters. Snoop & Stevie bask in the summer sun, Georgia Anne Muldrow pens an inspired ode to her musical forebears on "Great Blacks", G-noF and XL Middleton bubble up pure West Coast grooves, and new-generation Brooklynites join Chelsea Reject on the moody "47".
June 5, 2015
Rewind that: Dusty Springfield and Judy Freeman belt out full-throated soul, Lord Jamar drops Five-Percent knowledge on "Supreme Mathematics", Buscrates & Laura Benack hit new heights with their gorgeous "On My Own", and Erykah invokes Sylvia Striplin and Junior M.A.F.I.A. on the playful "Turn Me Away". Plus hard bars from microphone phenom Sean Price (RIP) on "#4NOREASON", new generation funk rawness by The New Mastersounds and DeRobert & The Half-Truths, and a classic Charles Wright bassline sample moment with K.R.S. and Tribe.
May 29, 2015
Jason Palma keeps it rough & tough with a pile of 70s funk, raw disco, Afro/Caribbean/Brazilian heat, blues breaks and much more. Plus Raekwon's triumphant return on the A$AP Rocky-assisted "I Got Money", Mos Def re-licked for the dancehall on Max Tannone's mash-up project "Mos Dub", and thunderous boom-clack by the elusive Benny Blonco.