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Show Archive 1000-1049

1011
Posted 1 day ago
Creeasian plays an explosive set of bboy breaks then spotlights the beatmaker with MPC madness and live finger drumming. Plus boss bars from Rapsody, next level wordplay on "Palindrome", silky grooves from Enois Scroggins, and beats rhymes wizardry from UK's Pitch 92 and Fliptrix.
1010
Posted 6 days ago
Pete Rock summons the Stylistics for a sureshot sample moment, Bappi Lahiri puts the Bollywood bounce on a dancefloor classic, and Brand New Heavies go off on an extended instrumental workout. Plus spirited diasporic sounds from Nitty Scott and Vadim, loping New Orleans gold by Lee Dorsey, and boogie heat by Gayle Adams and Satin, Silk & Lace.
1009
Posted 2 weeks ago
DJ Leg1oner vibes out with luscious tracks from Datsunn and Otis Junior, then summons the breaks with custom edits and rhythmic fury from Rusya Jam Crew and Tutu Au Mic. Plus golden soul retouches by Platurn and DJ A-L, majestic funk by the Mighty Mocambos, punchy positivity from THE PLAYlist & Mumu Fresh, and the triumphant return of Gang Starr.
1008
Posted 3 weeks ago
Walla P brings synth driven sweetness with modern boogie by Lynda Dawn and Koolade, UK street soul by Ian Foster and Rick Clarke, and Japanese gems from Milk and HiRO.JP. Plus infectious Atlanta grooves from Earthgang, disco delights from Panaché and Roy Ayers, a beautiful bossa rework by Y'skid, and a hazy summer callback from the Soul Surfers.
1007
Posted 5 weeks ago
Gospel takes centre stage in DJ Rhythm Funk Bug's deftly selected mix of sanctified funk and soul from The Violinaires, Jordan Travelers, Mildred Clark, Shirley Caesar and more. Plus riddim driven heat from the Jamla squad, unstoppable bassline flows from Your Old Droog and a magnetic collab from Lee Funksta and B.Bravo.
1006
Posted 6 weeks ago
Kobal zigzags from doo-wop breaks to Caribbean funk, heavy soul and boogie with Nina Simone, The Moonglows, Exile One and more. Plus certified dope from The Good People and MindsOne, bright sunroof top rays from Omar & Erykah, the Pendletons' easygoing "Running Away" and stellar cuts from the Native Tongues galaxy.
1005
August 23, 2019
Soul Supreme dives into the jazz funk era with soulful cuts and original samples by Tarika Blue, Lonnie Liston Smith, Cedar Walton and Gil Scott-Heron. Plus Karate Boogaloo's hypnotic take on "Juicy Fruit", a paisley powerplay from Daniel Crawford, sumptuous new R&B from Amber Mark and the triumphant return of Little Brother.
1004
August 16, 2019
Santiago keeps it rough and tough with deep funk from Bobby Rush, Cinnamon Suns, Underground Railroad and Boobie Knight. Plus black girl magic on Rapsody's "Ibtihaj", mighty grooves from Doug Shorts and Michael Kiwanuka, ethereal spiritual jazz from Josef Leimberg, and a perfect posse cut from Kev Brown and the Low Budget squadron.
1003
August 9, 2019
Lucas Benjamin flexes on the funk with heavyweight tracks from Lee Funksta, Otis McDonald, Sly Johnson, Lettuce and more. Plus a pitch-perfect Marvin Gaye blend from Adam Doubleyou, rollicking jazz-funk from Eddie and Lolita Harris, and irresistible dancefloor flips from Kero One and K, Le Maestro.
1002
August 2, 2019
Foxhound unveils a world of groove from Vladimir Konovalov, Les Ya Toupas du Zaire, Mustafa Ozkent, El Opio and many more. Plus ferocious funk from The Right Now, lush soul from Black Nile, and jazz-infused brilliance from E. Jones and SGJAZZ.
1001
July 26, 2019
Mirko Machine drops the needle on headnodic boomclack from Mama Mystique and Flofilz, Moog-heavy jams from Ronnie Hudson and Will Sessions, and razor sharp recuts from The Reflex and Jim Sharp. Plus an island twist on "All Night Long" by La Famille, joyous Brazilian vibes from J Dilla and Tall Black Guy, and another undeniable Tuxedo groove.
1000
July 19, 2019
WEFUNK steps into the next millennium with our most stacked lineup yet! Featuring a ride through swerving breaks and glorious funk from Nostalgia King founder Skeme Richards, LOTUG legend Lord Jazz working his ginsu cuts on a full grip of raw hip-hop and soul, and a conversation with renaissance man Kool Bob Love from the groundbreaking Stretch & Bobbito show.