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Groove Therapy - 18th April 2014

Groove Therapy - 18th April 2014

In this episode I catch up on some of the recent releases that have been accumulating in the crates, including some sweet steppers soul from Leela James, before heading into the gritty sounds of The Lox. East coast Hip Hop is alive and well on the new releases from Gdot & Born, and I play a choice track from the new De La Soul album produced with beats from J Dilla. A short excursion into some classic nineties boombap and dancehall before taking the tempos up in the second hour with new releases from Tensnake, Aloe Blacc, DJ Butcher, and a new disco favourite from Company Freak.

  • Lack of Afro - One for the Trouble
  • Leela James feat Anthony Hamilton - Say That
  • The LOX - New York City
  • Eric Bellinger feat Problem - I Don't Want Her
  • Gdot & Born & Ed Og - Tuff Talk
  • Shamus feat Flu - Tight Team [Freqnik & WDRE Remix]
  • De La Soul - Dilla Plugged In
  • Anthony David - Let Me In
  • Cassidy feat Mashonda - Get No Better
  • Armand Van Helden - Crooklyn Anthem
  • KRS One - Brown Skin Woman
  • Shelly Thunder - No Future In Frontin
  • Supercat - Don Dada [Bobby Konders mix]
  • Shaggy - Mattress Jockey
  • Deela - Heartbreaker (Switchstance)
  • DJ Ghetto - Ghetto on the Cut
  • Whisky Go Go - Capiozzo & M ecco
  • Syrup - Sink Mess (Compost)
  • Tensnake feat Nile Rodgers & Fiora - Love Sublime
  • Aloe Blacc - Soldier in the City
  • Johnny Hammond - Tell Me What To Do
  • George Benson - Shiver [Extended Mix]
  • Loose Ends - Hangin' On A String
  • Herbie Hancock - Stars In Your Eyes
  • Salsoul Orchestra - Take Some Time Out For Love
  • Jad & The Ladyboy - Respect
  • Gayle Adams - I'm Warning You
  • Status IV - You Aint Really Down
  • Rick Wade - Sweet Life [Mr Beatnick remix]
  • VinylAddicted - Your Life [Graceful Edit]
  • DJ Butcher - Slim Shaddy
  • Company Freak - Andre Leon Talley
  • Chris Read - Disco Cumba
  • Les Mogol - Wild Flower

Shan Frenzie

Shan Frenzie

Australian based deejay, radio presenter for 2SER FM, record collector, and chief rocker of Hip Hop, Soul, Funk, Disco and everything inbetween.

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