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Posted 5 days ago
Jon Doe gets busy in the mix with underground boom clack from Rasheed Chappell, J57, Conway and Grime Lords. Plus crisp cuts from Philly legend DJ Cash Money, soaring spiritual jazz from Dick Griffin, a flawless Nas x Swizz Beatz collabo and a fiery Persian cover of "Respect" by Googoosh.
Posted 1 week ago
Kid Koala celebrates the launch of Floor Kids with a 3-turntable live mix of careening breaks, hazy indie rock, wailing blues licks and booming 808s. Plus stripped down modern funk from XL Middleton and High Park Funk, irresistible UK jazz-hop from Blue Lab Beats, and white-hot Funky Drummer remixes by Ahmed Sirour and DJ Muro.
Posted 2 weeks ago
Andy Williams turns up the volume on Caribbean disco & funk from Toots & The Maytals, the Telstars, Tapper Zukie and Generation Gap. Plus exquisite gospel soul from the Supreme Jubilees, explosive thumps from Pharoahe Monch, and blazing diaspora sounds from Masia One, Narcy and Nomadic Massive.
Posted 3 weeks ago
Famous Lee stacks the decks with deep boogie, modern soul, gospel and homegrown Toronto hip-hop from Tyrone Mac, Gordon II, Royal People, Da Grassroots and more. Plus Zapp's heartfelt salute to Roger Troutman, Big Daddy Kane's iconic "Just Rhymin' With Biz", and wit and wisdom from Austin underground sensation Riders Against the Storm.
Posted 4 weeks ago
Rob Manga gets to the heart of the groove with feelgood selections from Voices of East Harlem and Louie Vega, energetic breaks by DJ Format and Mighty Mocambos and more. Plus a lilting ballad from the Internet's magnetic Syd, flinty realism from Roc Marciano and Iron Curtn, and Will Sessions & Amp Fiddler's monster jam "What It Is".
Posted 5 weeks ago
Pro-V shines a light on deep 90s cuts from Big L and Slum Village then fast forwards to 2018 with street sweepers by Black Thought, Curren$y and Westside Gunn. Plus the fiery return of mic slayer Canibus, powerful female anthems from Orgone and Shirley Davis, and a ridiculously perfect AC/DC cover by Scary Pockets.
Posted 6 weeks ago
P-Luv takes the DeLorean for a ride through 80s satin grooves and raw raps from Kashif, Melba Moore, T La Rock, Fab 5 Freddy and more. Plus a lowkey salvo from Noname, brash funk favorites from the Commodores and Kool & The Gang, and an Apache-driven heatrock from Logic.
October 19, 2018
Soul Supreme keeps the groove on lock with original party raps by Willie Wood and Super 3, Moog madness from Hugo Montenegro and boogie pleasers from Atmosfear and Marjorie Barnes. Plus conscious Creole flex from Waahli, upper echelon flows from the Roots Raddix, and Zapp's triumphant return with Snoop and Battlecat.
October 12, 2018
Rawsoul moves from intoxicating slow jams by Bobby Caldwell and Debra Laws to laidback underground gems from Asheru, Choclair and Kombo. Plus percolating West African funk by Ali Ibrahim and Afro National, dreamlike synth-scapes from Mndsgn and Opolopo, and sleek soul renewals by DeeDONTCARE and Zo!
September 28, 2018
Ohmega Watts raids his crates for a trip through South Asian soundscapes from Jaubi and Kittu, notable knocks from Black Milk and DJ Spinna, psychedelic soul from Johnny Thunder and ethereal excursions by Ladi6 and Hiatus Kaiyote. Plus sunbaked soul from 79.5, a newly unearthed Phat Kat / Dilla collabo, and boombap bombshells from Flipmode Squad and Meth & Red.
September 14, 2018
K'pow dives into the headnodic zone with Balkan cuts by Klemen Klemen, Dirty Hairy and Smoke Mardeljano alongside hazy instrumentals from Deheb and Splinta and ravenous verses from Pusha T and Method Man. Plus Ruby Velle's searing "Shackles", heavenly future knocks from the Celestics and hypnotic bliss from Dam-Funk.
September 7, 2018
Dennis Infante delivers a genre-defying mix featuring nudisco grooves by Weekend Express, gossamer vocals from Moonchild, raw boombap by H.E.R. and an urgent state-of-America address from Kamasi Washington. Plus afro-disco heat from the Dur-Dur Band and Sidiku Buari, a sun-drenched Brazilian collabo with Lou Piensa, and another masterful mashup by Amerigo Gazaway.
August 31, 2018
Judith Hill comes out with horns blazing on "The Pepper Club", Lunice returns to his hip-hop roots with "Bus Stop Jazz", and Tall Black Guy transforms an MJ classic with his signature sample alchemy. Plus a deliciously delirious dub from Steve Arrington, RocknRolla's fattened up "Funky Kingston", and Timb boots stompers from Redman and Drama.
August 24, 2018
A souled out affair with BamaLoveSoul founder Rahdu featuring reworked classics by Tall Black Guy and Sly5thAve, candlelight grooves from Phonte and Full Crate & Mar, and sureshot verses from J-Live and Murs. Plus Delvon Lamarr's euphoric cover of "Move On Up", rocket powered soul from the New Groovement, and gleaming UK goodness by K, Le Maestro and Zilo.
August 17, 2018
WEFUNK honors the Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin with a journey from her soul roots to show-stealing covers and anthemic 80s cuts. Plus a handpicked platter from Ruby Jane featuring Chaka Khan and Vanjess, heavy bass boom from the Cool Kids, and sample chasing from DITC to Eric Dolphy and Mingus.
August 10, 2018
Graham Hatke explores the cosmic realm with fusion by George Duke, Johnny Hammond and Both Worlds, then brings boogie magic to life with live edits on 3 turntables. Plus Attitude's ethereal "Love Me Tonight", moody meditations from Logic and Caleborate, and an epic cover of new wave anthem "Din Daa Daa".
August 3, 2018
Sugarface serves up international delights from Joni Haastrup, Kiki Gyan, Joutro Mundo, Rosa Maria, Peggy Gou, Djavan and more. Plus true school perfection from Genra, futuristic slappers from Low Limit and Diame Heatmaker, and a powerful Faze-O retouch by the Xtraordinairs.
July 27, 2018
Silky smooth meets rugged raw on 90s street soul, TEK.LUN pours hot sauce on a Cherrelle favorite, and Juan Pablo Torres fires off Cuban missiles. Plus Apollo Brown and Locksmith's white-hot "Litmus", fat bottom grooves from Vernon B and Blue Magic, and sample magic from Roy Ayers and Roger Troutman.
July 13, 2018
Walla P lets loose slick 80s cuts from Cool Notes and Masaki Ueda, hard hitting modern funk from Mofak and peak nod factor from Organized Konfusion and Tara Chase. Plus smoked out illness from Villain Park, lush disco vibes by 79.5, Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Adrian Younge's exhilarating "Feel Alive" and magnificent chemistry on Jazzy Jeff's "M3" outro.
June 29, 2018
Bain Magique hits the sweet spot with mellow loops from Apollo Brown, bassline workouts by Bobby Cash Redd and Van Jones, and feelgood selections from Eric Roberson and Soul Liberation. Plus new era goodness from J. Cole and Gwen Bunn, neck snapping boombap from Toronto's Full Circle and magnetic soul from MTL heavyweights Fredy V and Shash'U.
June 22, 2018
Scorching turntable pyrotechnics on DJ Grouch's wild ride through classic funk and hip-hop. Plus jazz excursions by Ryan Porter and Herbie Hancock, knockout verses from Royce and Eminem on "Caterpillar", and a spirited live session with Jai Nitai Lotus.
June 15, 2018
The Cheeba Cheeba Kid dives into disco heavyhitters from Love Committee and Cloud One, throwback soul by Ruby Velle and raw funk from Ikebe Shakedown and Seun Kuti. Plus percolating B-side soul from Foster Sylvers, DJ Pump's high-octane overhaul of "Special Affair" and unparalleled pengame from the mighty Black Thought.
June 8, 2018
dj magicsean summons the funk via Black Ivory, Candela, George Duke, Lux Experience and Chaka Khan. Plus back to back Potatohead People hot out of the fryer, Large Professor's kinetic romp through Cal Tjader vibes, a breezy roller disco gem from the Internet, and ZULUZULUU's cosmic remake of "Back Stabbers".
June 1, 2018
Dr MaD shines a spotlight on current favorites from Kali Uchis, knxwledge, SiR, Phonte, Parliament, Leon Bridges and more. Plus stripped-down house grooves from the Soundersons, new era R&B from Wantigga and sir Was, and soul favorites reignited by JR.Dynamite and DJ A-L.
May 25, 2018
K-Melo goes on a quest for the perfect beat with percussive meditations by Yosuke Tominaga, shimmering modern soul by Julien Dyne and Sauce81, and OG funk from the P-Funk All-Stars and Mad Dog Fire Department. Plus seismic boombap from Cyhi and Edan, kaleidoscopic keys from Montreal's Anomalie, and sanctified rock-soul from Olivier St. Louis.