Boom-bap beats, rugged funk, and an interview with Gabriel Roth from the funk record label Dap-Tone
Deep funk, chill hip-hop, and blistering breaks served up by the Professor, plus a bonus platter of freestyles
Raw & soulful -- just as it should be when Rawsoul joins us on the 1 & 2s
A funk drenched show with Smoked Meat Fax Machine joining Professor Groove on the decks
TO's Golden Disciples get wild on the mic, plus some uptempo funk and hip-hop doubles (abbreviated show)
Hip-hop a bit heavier than usual, funk all over the spectrum, and a little live flavor
Rawsoul drops some soulful hip-hop, Professor Groove keeps the funk flavorful
Funding drive 2002 show 1, with lots of in-studio madness, freestyles, and hype beats and grooves.
A nice jazz funk-raw funk evolution in the first half, followed by a solid 90s hip-hop mix courtesy of the Cheeba Cheeba Kid.
Featuring a frenetic guest funk set by Son of Soul loaded with 70s/80s breaks.
J Sands and J Rawls (Lone Catalysts) drop by and J Sands blesses us with a 10 minute freestyle marathon.
The funk gets soulful, a JBs/PE sample moment, and some butta early 90s/late 80s hip-hop
Funk from rough to soulful, butta classic hip-hop, a brief discussion of hip-hop issues, and some new Mtl flavor.
Smoked Meat Fax Machine drops by with some funk and hip-hop. Professor Groove adds a little hip-hop and keeps his funk on the soulful tip.
That usual WeFunk musical mix, plus an interview with Phillip Lehman of Soul Fire Records.
Raw, Rugged, and Funky -- just how we like it. (Check show 220 for the DJ Egon interview that was supposed to be during this show)
DJ Static runs things solo with loads of hip-hop, classic and heavy breaks, and of course some nice WeFunk sample moments.
Professor Groove plots a journey through breaks and jazzy, tripped out beats. DJ Static tosses in some hip-hop from wayyy back. Sound quality noticeably crunchy at times, unfortunately.
Professor Groove brings laid-back, uptempo, and electronic funk, DJ Static drops jazzy hip-hop and old-school beats.
Funk generally on the raw side. DJ Static shuffles acapellas and attacks with the funky scratch
Including a very inebriated freestyle by Bless. Sound quality is poor at times.
Featuring an interview with DJ/producer Greyboy (Ubiquity). DJ Static lays down a couple WeFunk sample moments. The overall sound quality of this show is a little gritty at times.
Professor Groove digs out some breaks, DJ Static takes it from chill to experimental to classic
Funk mostly on the uptempo side, with raw, jazz-infused, and mellow flavors. DJ Static freakin' the usual funky hip-hop.
Some electronic funk, some harder funk, some older hip-hop, some newer hip-hop.
The usual mix, including some soulful and electronic funk along with hip-hop doubles and a WeFunk sample moment(tm)
Butta Beats blesses us with beats and rhymes in english and espanol