Podcast

Steppa Style - Road [Jah Sazzah Remix] Thes One & DJ Day - A Brand New Sound Dutch Robinson - Bumper To Bumper Brian Auger And The Trinity - Finally Found You Out Herbie Hancock - Everybody's Broke Johnny Guitar Watson - Superman Lover MC Breed & DFC - Job Corp Akinyele - Ak Ha Ha Ak Hoo Hoo Riky Rick - Stay Shining DJ Tron - Theme From Thunderdogs Crowd Company - Getting The Groove Ddubble - Pick it Up Showbiz - Speak Ya Mind The Do Yo Thangs - Sucka Bootsy Collins feat MC Eiht & BlvckSeeds -…
Kicking off today's podcast with an brand new re-imagining of the Dr Dre classic "Let Me Ride" (Which in itself is a re-imagining of Parliaments "Mothership Connection"). This new version is so epic it runs for 15 minutes in total, riding on a laid back groove that utilises a very cinematic horn arrangement. A brand new release from Mr Lif follows in similar horn laden territory with an interesting eastern European flavoured collaboration with Brass Menazeri. Elsewhere on the show the Black Eyed Peas make a very welcome return to form with a dark street story sampling Eumir Deodato, and…
A brand new year and a promise to try and get these podcasts out more regularly. There is just so much great new music coming out at the moment, and I scratch the surface in this episode with new releases from Statik Selektah, Brasstracks, Musiq Soulchild, B Bravo, Nicole Willis, and Bootsy Collins - and of course the mix is peppered with some all time classics.
It's that time of year where so many great new projects are getting released - So in this episode expect to hear a welcome return from Kamanchi Sly of pioneering Britcore group Hijack. Andy Cooper of Ugly Duckling fame continues his string of very dope but under appreciated releases (I see you homie!). At the other end of the spectrum there have been some real club stompers including an amazing piano laden future house anthem from Marquis Hawkes, Brand new afro soul goodness from The Souljazz Orchestra, and an unexpected excursion into quality electro roots from veteran House producer Boris…
Keeping thing uptempo for this episode with some classic acid jazz from Corduroy, sweet philly soul from Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, and an extra large selection of new releases from the House crates.
Running through a bunch of new releases that have been piling up in my crates this week, including new Hip Hop from Raashan Ahmad, Dizzee Rascal, and Fergie - Brand new sweet soul from Nicole Willis, Brian Ellis, Lance Ferguson, and Ledisi - Explorations into Bass with new joints from Coldcut, Bazza Ranks, and Goldie - and some lovely indie new releases from Luke Million, Beck, Machine Drum, and Freedom Fry - Plus some surprise classics in the mix, including the seventies and eighties powerhouse duo of Daryl Hall & John Oates.