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36 minutes | Jun 20, 2017
Episode #33 ::: Stuck Off The Realness -- A Tribute to Prodigy
If you can imagine what James Brown is to sample based music then you know what Mobb Deep is to Hip Hop scratch hooks. Their resounding mark on deejay culture is undeniable. Today Hip Hop lost one of its most iconic voices. Prodigy was synonymous with the distinctive Queens Bridge sound and gave us what's arguably the defining song (Shook Ones II) of that mid to late 90's East New York hardcore street style. We were stuck off the realness. RIP Dunn.
72 minutes | Jun 2, 2017
Episode #32 ::: Jazz Standards & Practices
After a few episodes running this format I decided to quit avoiding the standard classics and run some tunes that are fun to talk about. I had a lot of fun talkiing about Duke Ellington's 1956 Newport performance. Think of this as Jazz 101. John Coltrane - Blue Train Duke Ellington & John Coltrane - In a Sentimental Mood Duke Ellington - Diminuendo in Blue and Crescendo in Blue (live at Newport 1956) The Horace Silver Quintet - Song For My Father Miles Davis - Frelon Brun Dave Brubeck - Take Five Sonny Rollins - St. Thomas Charles Mingus - Original Faubus Fables
56 minutes | Apr 28, 2017
Episode #31 ::: Put Respek On My Jazz Pt 3
Spring time pushes a button with me. Right as Jazz stepped back into the spotlight on my day to day playlist I was reminded that it was at exactly this time last year that I recorded two Jazz mixshow editions of the podcast. It felt like the time has come around for another. And as there seems to be something in the air I was all about pairs on this episode piecing together two blocks of complimenting musicians. I think it will be pretty evident why. Charlie Parker - Bloomdido Charlie Parker - Cool Blues Sonny Rollins - Grand Street Sonny Rollins - Keep Hold Of Yourself Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers - D’s Dilemma Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers - Along Came Betty Freddie Hubbard - On the QUE-TEE Freddie Hubbard - Bob’s Place
88 minutes | Jan 30, 2017
Shades Of What Happened Before ::: Royal Rumble 2017 ft Michael Culpepper
DJ Wigs and Michael Culpepper break down the 2017 Royal Rumble and what this means for the Road to Wrestlemania.
85 minutes | Dec 30, 2016
Episode #30 ::: 2016 Wrap Up ft Modifi & SAMDAY
The Nashville chapter of the almighty Good Guy Collective asembles to pick apart their favorite albums of 2016.
66 minutes | Dec 20, 2016
Shades Of What Happened Before ::: Roadblock - End Of The Line
DJ Wigs rolls solo and breaks down the Roadblock: End of the Line card glowing over the Iron Woman match, lamenting Roman Reigns' place on the card and Sami Zayn's booking, and discussing whether or not there is such a thing as a "big four" ppv anymore.
127 minutes | Dec 5, 2016
Shades Of What Happened Before ::: TLC 2016 ft Michael Culpepper
DJ Wigs and special guest Michael Culpepper recap the 2016 TLC pay-per-view speaking on the best matches of the night, where NXT is beating the TV roster, and why the two of them should be booking the whole territory. This is a great candid two hour discussion that has plenty of laugh out loud moments.
88 minutes | Nov 25, 2016
Episode #29 ::: FRZY
The HeavyWeight Crate podcast takes a new direction into a talk based format and the first episode of the new era features Pittsburgh's FRZY as he breaks down his major label debut album God King Slave, his early beginnings with name brand deejays, and why he wants to be your favorite rapper.
58 minutes | Nov 21, 2016
Shades of What Happened Before ::: Survivor Series 2016
DJ Wigs and Modifi bemoan the main event of this year's Survivor Series and break down the rest of the card. As per usual, Modifi is bringing hot takes like hot cakes.
95 minutes | Sep 28, 2016
Shades of What Happened Before ::: Clash Of Champions 2016
The boys break down the Clash of Champions card deciding where this leaves Raw within the WWE universe and Modifi cuts a heel promo on the Cruiserweight division and declares himself a Machka Man.
65 minutes | Sep 12, 2016
Shades of What Happened Before ::: Backlash 2016
DJ Wigs goes the Joey Styles route and handles the podcast duties solo covering CM Punk's UFC debut, Alberto Del Rio and Paige's recent departure from WWE, the entirety of Smackdown's first pay-per-view of the new era with Backlash and wraps up by fantasy booking Shinsuke Nakamura's future move to the TV roster.
131 minutes | Aug 23, 2016
Shades of What Happened Before ::: SummerSlam 2016 ft SAMDAY & Marcus Papa
DJ Wigs and Modifi sit down with SAMDAY and Marcus Papa to discuss their thoughts on this year's SummerSlam, break down if Brock Lesnar should be considered an unsafe wrestler, and wrap up gloating about the wonderfulness that was NXT Takeover Brooklyn.
63 minutes | Aug 4, 2016
Episode #28 ::: Rastaman Vibrations
A call back to my early days when I exclusively played both kinds of music, Hip-Hop and Reggae. Plenty of gems for fans of both in this mix!
59 minutes | Jul 28, 2016
Episode #27 ::: Bo Knows This
DJ Wigs breaks bats over his knee in honor of Bo Jackson and plays Hip-Hop, Funk, and a little Electro-Soul and Reggae.
79 minutes | Jul 25, 2016
Shades of What Happened Before ::: BattleGround 2016 ft Jimmy Good Times Part 2
Part two of our sit down with Jimmy Good Times of the the Job Mob as we dissect whether or not you would want to work with Kevin Owens at White Castle or Sami Zayn at Krystal's. An enlightening and hilarious listen!
67 minutes | Jul 25, 2016
Shades of What Happened Before ::: BattleGround 2016 ft Jimmy Good Times Part 1
DJ Wigs and Modifi sit down with Jimmy Good Times of the Job Mob in a two-part episode to discuss BattleGround 2016 and the current state of professional wrestling. Jimmy spells out what it means to be a jobber for the sake of the business and why you should always boo the heels. The Job Mob is for the children! Vince be praised.
64 minutes | Jul 21, 2016
Episode #26 ::: In Honor Of Metal Fingers
In celebration of Black Atticus's "Black Doom" mixtape dropping July 22nd this week's episode is solely the music of Metal Fingers Doom and focuses heavily on the early portion of the villain's catalog which is my personal favorite period of his. The episode concludes with an exclusive from Atticus's mixtape that you'll hear no where else before the project drops. BLACK DOOM by BLACK ATTICUS drops JULY 22nd!!!! G&G what.
63 minutes | Jul 14, 2016
Episode #25 ::: JR's Hot Take
Another slobber knocker episode featuring music from Big K.R.I.T and UGK to Michael Jackson and The Whispers punctuated by commentary from good ol' Jim Ross. BAH GAWD THIS PODCAST IS BROKEN IN HALF!!
63 minutes | Jul 7, 2016
Episode #24 ::: #BlackLivesMatter
A mostly instrumental episode designed to allow us to sit back and reflect on the heart ache of the murders committed this week by police and to decide upon our place in the struggle and how best to respond.
64 minutes | Jun 30, 2016
Episode #23 ::: Millennial Chain Swang
A breeze through tour of some of DJ Wigs' favorite jams circa 2000-2010 including The Clipse, Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Cam'ron, Jay Z, Ghostface Killah and more.
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