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Posted 2 weeks ago
The One Tash is back for a fresh session of late-night soulful beats from Anik Khan, Lianne La Havas, Bonjay, Mocky, Tanika Charles and more. Plus a sample of the spiritually grounded grooves of late great Earth, Wind & Fire founder Maurice White, and a tribute to Dilla's beat wizardry on the 10th anniversary of his passing.
Posted 2 weeks ago
Land of the rising Funk: Walla P shines a spotlight on Japanese boogie, jazz-funk and modern soul from Toshiki Kadomatsu, Cosmos, Tatsuro Yamashita, Yasuko Agawa and more. K-Maxx and Buscrates carry the torch for modern funk, Blaq x Saga resurrect the raw on "Time Travelers", Sa-Roc rocks steady over a jazzy Flying Lotus number, and vintage Kanye resurfaces on the Madlib and Kendrick-assisted "No More Parties in L.A."
Posted 4 weeks ago
Big Jacks goes "Deeper and Deeper" into late night soul by Bobby Wilson and the Sisters Love, fuzzed-out rock breaks from Galaxy-Lin and 10cc, and savage slow flow by Bozack Morris and Meyhem Lauren. Static raids the 90s vaults in celebration of the new Stretch and Bobbito documentary "Radio That Changed Lives", Q-Tip gives an object lesson in sample flipping on "Needle Drop", and Anderson .Paak bodies the beat on the Hi-Tek produced "Come Down".
Posted 5 weeks ago
WEFUNK pays tribute to the man behind the Blowfly mask, songwriter and bawdy funkster Clarence Reid. Nottz brings the raw with supergroup O.G.ology, hip-hop's queendom unites on the Panther anthem "Freedom", and the Emotions lend a touch of soul to Raekwon's "Verbal Intercourse". Plus lots of raw funk by Marta Ren and Funkshone, percolating grooves from Milton Wright, and classic breaks revisited by Freddie Gibbs, Shad and Tropkillaz.
January 15, 2016
Rawsoul is back on the set with silky soul from The Moments and Starvue, dubbed-out delights from Jazzy Grooves, and female fronted hip-hop from Ms. Melodie, Sweet Tee, Michie Mee and Yo-Yo. Dogg Master goes stank face with a nasty cover of P-Funk's "Quickie", Marco Polo and Skoob (Das EFX) deliver true school boombap on "How I Get Down", Omen muses on the "48 Laws of Power" with an assist from Donnie Trumpet, and Eddy Mitchell goes off his meds on a manic rendition of the early funk classic "Tighten Up".
January 8, 2016
DJ Camero keeps it laid back with a breezy French number from Michel Jonasz, soul-soaked beats from MED and Oddisee, electronic phunck from Banks, Pete Rock & CL's classic "Tell Me" and much more. Plus a live in-studio bonus with talkbox master Temu, box-fresh vibes from the sprawling Brooklyn collective Phony Ppl, and timeless boombap from Montreal’s Jai Nitai Lotus, Karma Atchykah, Think Twice and new Latin outfit Comunidea.
December 18, 2015
The Reflex brings new rhythm to Nina Simone's "It Be's That Way Sometime" and an emotional build to MJ's classic "Rock With You", Dr Dre enlists freshman Anderson .Paak on the grind anthem "All in a Day's Work", and hip-hop invades the dancehall on definitive 90s jams by Super Cat, Bounty Killer, Buju Banton and more. Plus Scritti Politti's Mos Def-assisted "Tinseltown to Boogiedown", a jazz journey on Blue Mitchell's "Soul Village", and hype latin heat from Sapo and Ben & The Platano Group.
December 11, 2015
Bain Magique works his magic on a sweet selection of soul from Archie Whitewater, LTD, Brief Encounter, Fishburn & Francis, Patti Drew, Joe Tex and more. Plus a "Black Friday" missive by lyrical juggernaut Kendrick Lamar, an explosive soul groover by Crown and the M.O.B., and deep jazz breaks from Luděk Hulan and Frank Strazzeri.
December 4, 2015
Denmark style: DJ Whut rocks a heavy selection of Scandinavian hip-hop heat from Promoe, Boulevard Connection, Paulo & DJ Cars10, Kriswontwo and Felix De Luca. Fabulous/Arabia reflects the shimmering soul of Shuggie Otis, lyrical giants collide on Pete Rock's classic "Tha Game", M.O.P. salutes Brooklyn on the blistering "Home Sweet Home", and First Touch and XL Middleton throw more boogie fire on the dancefloor.
November 27, 2015
The Cheeba Cheeba Kid salutes New Orleans legend Allen Toussaint: from his solo soul to prolific penwork and studio magic with fellow heavyweights Dr. John, Chocolate Milk, The Meters, Pointer Sisters, Esther Phillips and more. Family Stone trumpet legend Cynthia Robinson gets a fond farewell, Traum Diggs takes us to church on "Prayer Meeting", John Robinson & MF Doom flow hypnotic on the jazz-fuelled "Sorcerers", and blues licks meet southern-fried storytelling on B.B. & The Underground Kingz' "Country Cousins".