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120 minutes | Jan 26, 2022
EPISODE 73: THE FREESTYLERS
With a career spanning from the ’90s to now championing all styles of the breakbeat, the Freestylers really need no introduction. Coming out of the UK rave scene with much more b-boy/b-girl ethic than the rest, they released certified classics on the Freskanova label (We Rock Hard & Pressure Point) as well as numerous 12’s, remixes and singles for all the top breakbeat labels of the day. Then, under their alias Raw As F**k in the early 2000’s, the duo gained commercial success with their track “Push Up” receiving airplay on pop stations, mainstream commercials and huge sporting events. I’m doing so, everyone came to know the “Freestylers sound”. They’ve been voted the “Best Band” by Musik Magazine, rocked tours for MTV, opened for Lenny Kravitz and their new album “Other Worlds” is a return to their breakbeat roots. The Freestylers are back!
119 minutes | Jan 19, 2022
EPISODE 72: MTUME
With the recent passing of percussionist/songwriter James Mtume, we lay all tracks from his legendary funk/soul/boogie supergroup, including all the jams that James wrote for other artists. In between working with Stephenie Mills, Donny Hathaway and Tyrone Brunson he managed to create a string of classics that have been staples in so many of our lives so we had to do something to signify his passing. So strap yourselves in for some quality sunshine music that will lift your spirits higher than most of the artists were who he was working with.
129 minutes | Dec 29, 2021
EPISODE 70: Picks of 2021
If you love your bass, hiphop, reggae, dancehall, disco, soul, funk, house and beats of the upbeat variety then this one will definitely be your soundtrack to get your EOY celebrations hyped to a new level.
119 minutes | Dec 22, 2021
EPISODE 69: TALL BLACK GUY
For those that are uninitiated with the Tall Black Guy story, after being raised on a steady diet of Motown, techno and hip-hop this former basketball star decided that music was more his thing and he would move to Chicago and start producing a healthy platter of soulful chords, smooth melodies and chest hitting drums that would catch the attention of Gilles Peterson, who would subsequently include a TBG track on the seminal Brownswood Bubblers Compilation. From there, Terrel would make albums, concoct remixes and release singles on labels like Bastard Jazz, First Word and his own Tall Black Guy Productions. His new album with rapper Ozay Moore, Of Process and Progression, has that hallmark TBG groove that will make you move in ways you thought were impossible. In a very candid interview, TBG goes in deep on his interesting history, how he found himself recording and working in Europe and what it's been like being so prolific during a global pandemic. The boys also drop a stack of his quite extensive catalog of signature music, plus plenty of brand new tunes and even some Christmas hip-hop to close out affairs.
137 minutes | Dec 1, 2021
EPISODE 67: JANETTE BECKMAN
In case you were unaware, Janette has been shooting music, fashion, portraiture and documentary work since the mid-seventies, celebrating cutting-edge culture that has made her one of the most important photographers of our time. Think of those iconic photos of LL Cool J, the Beastie Boys, Big Daddy Kane, The Sex Pistols, Blondie, NWA, The Clash, Public Enemy, Grandmaster Flash, Run-DMC and The Police and she probably took those shots. She’s basically straddled that line between hiphop and punk rock over a long career that has also seen her work cover cultural movements that transcend pop culture, such as her Black Lives Matter images that garnered quite a lot of attention recently. She is the quintessential “rebel” photographer. The lads chat to Janette about all of this, plus her new book that’s just come out and they do it over a stack of legendary hiphop, punk, new wave and club tracks that take you back to a time when the world was exploding with change (not unlike what’s going on at the moment). So lock yourself in for a very different show this week.
125 minutes | Nov 17, 2021
EPISODE 65: KRAFTY KUTS
One of the key pioneers in the UK breakbeat and bass movement since he first started dropping records in the late 90’s, Krafty Kuts has multiple awards to his name, has released music on too many labels to mention, his 2003 album with A.Skillz (Tricka Technology) is certifiably one of the most iconic hiphop and funk albums of all time and he’s been continuously immersed in beat culture since forming his own b-boy break dancing crew in the late 80s, even playing alongside the Rolling Stones and The Prodigy. Seriously, this cat lives, breaths and sleeps the funk without compromise. It’s actually an “all-Krafty” show as we drop 2 exclusive sets of Krafty Kuts signature tunes, remixes, edits and collabs on the hiphop, funk, breaks and bass tip. So strap yourselves in for a big show!
118 minutes | Oct 13, 2021
EPISODE 64: DJ DSK
With a fascinating history living in China for close to 20 years, UK DJ DSK is a b-boy’s b-boy. His DNA Records label has been releasing quality hiphop, funk, reggae and boogie originals, edits and covers of those classic tracks that make a dancefloor. When not releasing YouTube clips of himself almost getting arrested scratching on portable turntables at iconic attractions throughout Asia, he’s remixed London Posse, ran a DJ agency and taught turntablism to rampant fans over the course of a long career. Of course, the boys go in deep on all this, drop a stack of his and his label’s jams and play 2 absolute belting sets of eclectic and upbeat tunes on a very big show this week.
135 minutes | Oct 6, 2021
EPISODE 63: DJ Nu-Mark
DJ Nu-Mark. Long considered a musical pioneer due to his innovative songwriting over many years as part of hiphop icons Jurassic 5, Nu-Mark has stayed busy over the years doing production work for The Lonely Island (Saturday Night Live), TRDMRK (with Slimkid3 from The Pharcyde), Nas & Damian Marley, Aloe Blacc, Quantic, Souls of Mischief, Method Man and MF Doom and continues to release quality music to the day (even scoring movie soundtracks). More importantly, he’s about to drop a new album called ‘Run For Cover’ and (you guessed it) it’s a cover album featuring amazing otherworldly versions of classic tracks from Dr. Dre, Nelly, Busta Rhymes and Deee-light performed by wide-ranging acts like Melbourne’s very-own The Traffic, plus acclaimed groups Full Crate, Jungle Fire, Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band and many more. Of course, the boys go in deep with Nu-Mark about his history coming up in the LA hiphop scene, his time with J5 touring the world, going solo, producing for movies and TV shows and what it was like working with Hollywood film stars. Shan & OB do this amidst a couple of sets of dope jams in between a stack of DJ Nu-Mark material, including some exclusive drops from his as yet unreleased album.
118 minutes | Sep 29, 2021
EPISODE 62: THE ALLERGIES
Shan and OB welcome back the UK’s finest, The Allergies, to join them on air. DJ’s Moneyshot and Rackabeat have been plying their trade for quite some time and have just released their fifth studio album on Jalapeno Records, Promised Land. The boys got a sneak peek and can assure you that it’s what you’ve come to expect from this UK-duo with enough feel-good funk, hip-hop swagger and dusty vintage loops to keep your party turned up to breaking point levels from start to finish. Back along for the ride are usual players Andy Cooper, Marietta Smith, Dynamite MC and they even enlisted the aid of Bay Area rapper extraordinaire, Lyrics Born. Shan and OB chat to them about all this, what they’ve been up to over lockdown this past year and a half, their upcoming tour and they even enlisted the duo to take part in the mighty return of the Battle of the Blends segment. Of course, they did this amidst a stack of cuts from The Allergies all show squashed into two huge mega-mixes of the duo's material over their 5 albums, so make sure you are front and centre with your speakers turned up because this one is going to be huge!
117 minutes | Sep 15, 2021
EPISODE 61: SHLOMO SONNENFELD
We chat with one of the golden era of Hip Hop's greatest studio engineers. Shlomo was the man on the mixing boards with Gang Starr , MC Lyte, Lord Finesse, Black Moon, Audio Two, Easy Mo Bee, Positive K, and so many other legends. Get the inside story in this amazing history lesson.. Who exactly is is Shlomo Sonnenfeld? Well, he’s an Israeli studio genius synonymous with golden era New York Hiphop, yet you’ve probably never heard of him. As well as engineering and co-production credits for the likes of MC Lyte and early Gang Starr releases, Shlomo programmed beats and ran sessions with classic acts like Lord Finesse, Black Moon, UMCs, Easy Mo Bee and J Rock. In fact, his knowledge of the Akai s900 sampler and SP12 drum machine made him the “must have” engineer for so many classic labels like Wild Pitch, Ghetto Groovz and Nervous. We chat to Shlomo about teaching studio techniques to cats like a young DJ Premier and also what he’s been up to living in Tel Aviv after moving away from New York years ago. We also do all this to a very upbeat golden era soundtrack that will take you back to the days when hiphop was changing the world by the minute.
122 minutes | Sep 5, 2020
EPISODE 17: DOUBLE DEE & STEINSKI
This week Shan and OB chat to true hiphop royalty with legends Steinski & Double Dee in to chat about their role in shaping hiphop since working with Tommy Boy Records in the early 1980’s. If you love your Golden Era, cut & paste sample culture that oozes into all the good times jams you remember from the 80’s to the 90’s that these boys are still churning out, then you have to listen to this one. PLAYLIST:
121 minutes | Jul 22, 2020
EPISODE 11: Feat. THE ALLERGIES (Jalapeno Records)
We chat with DJ Moneyshot and DJ Rackabeat from UK duo The Allergies. They just released a new album on Jalapeno Records and it’s dope AF…plus all the usual madcap banter and blends from OB & SHAN. For more great music from The Allergies, head to their Bandcamp. THE ALLERGIES EPISODE PLAYLIST: 23.07.20 Mr President – The Time Is Now OB SET J-Felix – Mind Up Format 440 – Never Been Better John Parm featuring FRASE – No Soul Fo Sale Meem – Build Up A Vibe (feat. Brother Culture) Izo FitzRoy – Want Magic Slave – Party Lights (Jam Master Edit) Dele Sosimi x Medlar – Full Moon (Detroit Swindle Remix) Mr. Moustache feat. Lauren Joy – Disco Venture (AGFA Remix) Izo FitzRoy – Blind Faith (Smoove Remix) Vicky D – This Beat Is Mine (Nick Bike Edit) THE ALLERGIES SET The Allergies – Feels So Good Dr. Rubberfunk – Bossa For The Devil The Allergies – Every Trick In The Book London Funk Allstars – Mad Love Fdel – A Fuller Culture The Allergies – Take Me Back feat. Mr Woodnote DJ Shadow – The Number Song (Cut Chemist Remix) The Allergies – Let Them Know feat. The Cuban Brothers Resin Dogs – Freak The Funk Nikodemus – Sun Children Feat the Real Live Show (Pablo Sanchez Hip Hop Remix) Oscar Peterson – Mas Que Nada Check this dope video from our guests, too:
121 minutes | Jul 15, 2020
EPISODE 10: Feat. CHOI RECORDS
Special guest CHOI from Cookin On 3 Burners and THE TRAFFIC joins us for an amazing chat & mix. Highlights include the James Brown trivia cage match, OB cracking a mongrel and we’re pretty sure our BATTLE OF THE BLENDS supercomputer has a virus. The Traffic – White Lines Choi – Wobble Choi – Come Off Top feat. Jerome Cookin’ On 3 Burners – Settle The Score feat Kylie Auldist Cookin’ On 3 Burners – Mango Skin The Traffic – No Through Road The Traffic – Chasin’ Feels Choi – Tweak Choi – Biggie Bounce Choi – Let Out Tonight (feat Rhyno & Elf Tranzporter) Choi – Feel The VIbe Remix feat. Candice Monique The Traffic – Like I Love You Cookin On 3 Burners – Cook It True Live – TV Cookin On 3 Burners – This Girl feat Kylie Auldist Kungs vs. Cookin’ On 3 Burners – This Girl feat Kylie Auldist The Traffic – Harder Better Faster Stronger The Traffic – Smack My Pitch Up Cookin On 3 Burners – Cars Mayfield – On The Ropes Cookin’ On 3 Burners – Enter Sandman Cookin’ On 3 Burners – Feel Good Inc. Choi – The Way We Are Remix feat. Vida Choi – Hip Hop Saved My Life (Remix) Cookin On 3 Burners – Hole In My Pocket feat Fallon Williams The Traffic – Bangarang Cookin’ On 3 Burners – Real Life Baby feat. Emm Cookin’ On 3 Burners – Cressy St Breakdown The Traffic – California Love Choi – The Way We Are (No Comply remix) Randa & The Soul Kingdom – The Things The Traffic – Super Freak Cookin’ On 3 Burners – Skeletor Who remembers this classic track from Cookin On 3 Burners (the original)? We do…
120 minutes | Jul 8, 2020
EPISODE 9: Feat. GROOVESCOOTER
We were thrilled to have our buddies from Groovescooter join us on the show this week. It starts off heaps classy and educational and then quickly divulges into a madcap mess of mayhem. Highlights include: A world exclusive reveal of the forthcoming 45 from Groovescooter Records; we test their knowledge on New Zealand; and another pitiful BATTLE OF THE BLENDS from OB & SHAN. Shan Set Phenomenal Handclap Band – Do What You Like Escort – Fantasy MysDiggi & Downstroke – Make The Cut Khruangbin – Time B Bravo – Atomic Bounce Georgia Set Lee Whillhite – Ghetto Word Black Fairy – Tell them They Are Beautiful Black Fairy – Black Land Of The Nile Rasshan Roland Kirk – Ain’t No Sunshine Bobbi Humphreys – Chicago, Damn Sampa The Great – Freedom Paris Set La Lupe – Fever Boogaloo Assassins – No No No (Sicario) Vitabeats – Boombox Scritti Politti – Wood Beez (B-side Version) Mike Lundy – The Rhythm of Life Paris Groovescooter – Bumpa2Bumpa All Nite Long Oyobi feat. Karen Lee Andrews – Don’t Let It Go To Your Head Equipe Rádio Cidade – Bons Tempos Valentino – I Was Born This Way OB Set Melanie – Front Row People (DJ Soup 7″ Mix) Level 42 – The Dub Goes Down (Downunder Disco Edit) Method Man – Release Your Champ (Jorun Remix) Warren Lee – Underdog Backstreet (DJ Platurn Remix) Mandrill – Fat City Strut (Sam McNiece Edit) Dr Packer & Casual Connection – Rollerskating Jam (Disco Rap Mix) Michael Wycoff – Still Got The Magic (CMAN Sweet Delight Edit) Sheila Eric. – Love Bizarre (Nick Bike Edit) Lizzo – Juice (Nick Bike’s ‘Lovedance’ Mix) The Untouchables – Little Louie Anthem Part II (Jam Master Edit) Casio Social Club – Small Love (Mr. Turner’s Master Edit) Philly Blunt – The Jam Djar One – Dance Dance Trumpet & Badman – All Nite (DJ Q Remix) Roman Truth – Vera’s Groove Tones & I – Dance For Me (Groove Safari Remix) Neighbourhood Romeo – Laura Winslow The Faultline Project – Gimme Lovin’
120 minutes | Jul 1, 2020
EPISODE 8: Feat. OB & SHAN
OB admits to being the Planking and Dabbing master, but what the hell is Clipping? More highlights include the boys reminiscing about MySpace and Shan tries reverse psychology in the Battle of the Blends; but does it work? The Blackbyrds – Do It Fluid Marley Marl & Tragedy – The Rebel (Cold Chillin) Ugly Duckling – The Breakdown Alkaholiks – Daaam! [Buckwild remix] Jungle Brothers – Broken Records Public Enemy – State Of The Union The Vibe Drops – Break It Down feat. G Roc Gayle OXP feat Grand Puba & Pudgee The Phat Bastard – In The 90’s The Haggis Horns feat John McCallum – Give It UP Sampa The Great – Energy (feat. Nadeem Din-Gabisi) Brockhampton – Sweet Nas – The Don Eve feat. Gwen Stefani – Let Me Blow Ya Mind (Nick Bike Remix) clipping. – Work Work (feat. Cocc Pistol Cree) Tropkillaz – Make The Crowd Leikeli47 – Money (D-Funk Edit) Bahama Soul Club – Ain’t Nobody’s Business feat. Billie Holiday Ben – Seven Nation Army Jamie Lidell – Multiply Silver Twins of Funk – Sunday Funk Shalamar – 2nd Time Round (JSquared Edit) Alton McClain & Destiny – My Destiny (Mike & Tess Edit) Nite-Liters – Tanga Boo Gonk Brand Nubian – Wake Up [Stimulated Dummies Mix] Tracey Lee feat Busta Rhymes & Pirate – The Theme II Will Smith – How Da Beat Goes Anderson Paak – Lockdown Kodak Black – Zeze York Street Hustle – Cruelty Private Stock Records – A Little Bit Of Pun (Trayze Remix) Big Punisher feat Fat Joe – Still Not A Player Use No Hooks – The Hook Idle Minds Workshop – Take Time (feat. Rider Shafique) XL Mad ft Kunley Da Kulprit – When We Drop It (T-Kay Remix) Aphrodite – Ganja Man Sage the Gemini – Butter (feat. DJ Lucci) Tropkillaz – Deixa Eu Dizer (Desabafo) Missy Elliott – Work It (Bar-Noize Booty Twerk) Zookëper – Move Off Ya Feet Daigo – Unpretty Krafty Kuts Feat Dynamite MC – A Krafty Symphony (2011 Bootleg Re-Rub Mix) Donny Hathaway – Someday We’ll All Be Free (Reflex Revision) All Good Funk Alliance – Let’s Execute The Trammps – Love Epidemic (The Loneliest Hunk Rework) Aloe Blacc ft Patrice Rushen – Look Up A Dollar (Nothing But Funk Edit) Smookie Illson – Yella
120 minutes | Jun 24, 2020
EPISODE 7: THE 45’s SPECIAL
Shan takes the week off, so OB decided to throw a house party and invited 25ThC, Mr Lob, Fib, DJD & Hyjack in to rock strictly 45’s sets for your listening pleasure. Shan reckons they drank all the alcohol, emptied the pool, and shat in the blender. We need that blender, too. Find out what really happened by listening into this special show. SETLIST FOR THIS 45’S ONLY SPECIAL: Criztoz Crizto aka 25thC – Reggae, Dub & Ska Long Shot Kick the Bucket (Snippet) – The Pioneers Pass the dutchie (Snippet) – Musical Youth Shaolin Temple (Version) – Barrington Levy Promised Land Dub – Nairobi Sisters Anarexol (Fat Version) – Eek-A-Mouse Hole In The Ceiling – The Circle of Confusion feat Cornel Campbell Babylon Too Rough – Gregory Isaacs Gonna Find You (Medley) – Winston Reedy and The Inn House Crew Jah Is Standing By Pt.2 – Winston Reedy, J Nile & Salute Noisy Place – I Roy Draw Your Breaks -Scotty Feel Like Jumping – Marcia Griffiths Lover Like Me – Leon Dinero Rob DjLob Steer aka Mr Lob – HipHop & B-boy Funk Boca 45 – Airdrums D90 Discs – 70s Sumting Heavy D & The Boys – Who’s The Man The Notorious J.B.’S – Sex Machine Gun Funk Jerry Rix – Disco Train Public Enemy – Brothers Gonna Work It Out Eric B & Rakim – I Know You’ve Got Soul Orasio Garcia & Young Musicians Aware – Outer Space Pt.1 Boca 45 – Turn It Up Loud ft. Craig G Lee Hardwick aka Fib – Blues, Funk, Soul, Boogie & Hiphop Albert King – I’ll Play The Blues For You Teddy Pendergrass – I Can’t Win For Losing Little Milton – Bet You I Win Charles Earland – The Only One Kurtis Blow – Basketball Boo yaa tribe – Psyko Funk Parlet – Wolf Tickets Parlet – Cookie Jar Joe Quarterman and Free Soul – (I Got) So Much Trouble In My Mind Frantique – Gettin Serious Funky People – Everybody Hustle Dee Boss aka DJ D – Hiphop, RNB & Funk Sound Unlimited – Peace by Piece Notorious BIG – Big Poppa The Isley Brothers – Between The Sheets Ice Cube – It Was A Good Day Parliament – Dr Funkenstein A Tribe Called Quest – Can I Kick It Dream Warriors – Wash Your Face In My Sink Tone Loc – The Homies Salt N Pepa – Tramp Otis Redding & Carla Thomas – Tramp Ethan Head aka Hijack – Dancehall Damn right – Vybz Kartel Blackout Riddim Picture This – Vybz Kartel Doing it Right – Elephant Man Bounce it – Sean Paul Kill the dance – Kardinal Official and Akon Who you callin #*gga – Capleton Pull Up – Mr Vegas Dirty Wine – Tony Matterhorn Turn Me On – Nina Sky and Baby Cham Step Father Riddim Step Father – Mr G Step Mother – Macka Diamond Informer – Mr G and Monster Twins Girls Anthem – Elephant Man Last Week – Mr Vegas Mixing Board – Famous Face Zoom Zoom – Buju Banton Can’t Satisfy Her – I Wayne
123 minutes | Jun 18, 2020
EPISODE 6: Feat. SMOOVE (Smoove & Turrell, UK)
If you know funk, then you know who the boys have in on the show for this one. Legendary producer, DJ and label owner/operator DJ Smoove comes in to chat about records, DJ’ing, edits, 45’s and his longtime partnership with John Turrell. The boys also manage to play some mean tunes and bring the comedy with another golden Battle of the Blends. OB SET 1 FLeCK – Super Sharp Special Mat The Alien – Mash Up The Place Greg Packer – Fiesta Latina\ Major Lazer – Light It Up (Phibes Edit) DJ Tron – Masquerade Crushed Velvet & the Velveteers – Good Thang (feat. Kim Dawson) Grover Washington Jr. feat. Bill Withers – Just The 2 Of Us, All Night Long (Nick Bike Edit) Lucky Brown & the S.G.’s – Bout To Blow Jinx In Dub – Brew La La Bernard Wright – Haboglabtribin (D-Funk Edit) Choi – Hip Hop Saved My Life Lexsoul Dancemachine – Entertainment Personal Life – Classic Lady The JB’s – Watergate… I’ll Be Straight! (CMAN Edit) The Haggis Horns – Shoulder To Shoulder (feat John McCallum) Wham Vs Zapp & Roger – Everything She Wants (Platurn Edit) 1984 SMOOVE INTERVIEW Digital Underground – No Nose Job (Ultragroove remix) Smoove & Turrell – Elgin Towers Smoove & Turrell – Money Smoove – He Won’t Get Far Smoove – The Revolution Will Be televised Smoove & Turrell – Talk About Nothing Smoove – Big Love Smoove – A Quest Called Tribe Smoove – De La Smoove Dynamo Productions – Message From The King (Smoove Remix) Smoove & Turrell – Never Wanted You More OB SET 2 Lil Wayne – Shimmy feat. Doja Cat Drake feat. Lil Wayne – The Motto (Nick Bike ‘Uno’ Edit) The Alkaholiks – Hip Hop Drunkies Feat. ODB (Bacon Edit) Krafty Kuts – Superbad De La Soul – Ring Ring Ring (JMMSTR’s NuDisco Remix) Slave vs Snoop Dogg – Watching Gin & Juice (D-Funk Edit) Lexsoul Dancemachine – Basics (feat. Luiz Black) Stan Mosley – Ain’t No Stoppin Us (Meem Edit) Roman Truth – Magic Jiffy Chromeo – Clorox Wipe Praise B – Taking Off (Feat. Phé) Delfonic – M is Frozen Crucial Rockers – Teardrops Johnny Pate – Shaft In Africa SHAN SET Bomb The Bass – Megablast [Hip Hop Precinct 13] Bomb The Bass – Don’t Make Me Wait [Maximum Frequency Mix] Sweet Sensation – Hooked On You Project Future – Ray Gun Omics // 1983 Strafe – Set It Off [Walter Gibbons 12inch Mix] 1984 Advance – Take Me To The Top Velvet Hammer – Party Down [Joey Negro Edit] Captain Sky – Don’t Touch That Dial Crown Heights Special – I Got Something For Ya Unique – What I Got Is What You Need [Dub Mix]
121 minutes | Jun 11, 2020
EPISODE 5: Feat. OB & SHAN
On this one, the boys drop a stack of quality funk, soul, disco n boogie. As well, OB agrees to shave his entire body, then he shares some painful stories about both ears and nipples being pierced before immigration stories are discussed. Another Battle of the Blends ends with another drop into the abyss. PLAYLIST: Yan Tregger – Friend Island Rayko – New Worlds Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra – Flying High [Instrumental] Roxy – Midnight Lover Steely Dan – Peg George & Gwen McCrae – Winners Together Or Losers Apart Kleeer – Taste The Music Childish Gambino – This Is America Vince Staples – Party People Busta Rhymes – Break Ya Neck (Nick Bike ‘Jersey Club’ Mix) Run The Jewels – Ju$t (Ft. Pharrell Williams and Zach De La Rocha) Tkay Maidza – Flexin’ Kaleida – Think (Mr. Turner Edit) BIG K.R.I.T. – My Sub Pt.3 (Mat the Alien Remix) Run The Jewels – Ooh LA LA (Ft. Greg Nice and DJ Premier) Major Lazer – Scare Me Ed Solo & Deekline – King Of Bongo (Deekline & Specimen A Remix) JFB & Dancefloor Outlaws – Israelites Escape Roots – Cool Down (ft Jago) Digikillaz – Willy Lynch (feat. Monkey Marc x Fyah Roiall) FU-Schnickens – Ring the Alarm bKIDD X Sam V – Fart King Spikey Tee – Rain (feat. Suff Daddy & Jim Dunloop) Jinetero MC ft. Jungla Produce – Time MoD & Staffan Thorsell – Magic Dust Degrees Of Motion – Shine On Roland Clark presents Urban Soul – Life Time (Dolls Combers re-edit dub) Luca Signorini – A Night In Paris [Brian Tappert Special Edit] Backroom Congregation – Sunday Morning (DJ Spen main mix) Minimono – Let Me Wonder Alessio Caforio – The Past James Ironhead – Crossing The Baha Weege – Good Day Escape Roots – One Step At A Time (ft Black Warrior) Nappy Roots – Good Day (Island Remix) Planetself – The Chosen feat. Blurum13 (Daniel Crawford Remix) BT ALC Big Band – Bring Forth Change Sticky Fingers – Party Song (Jam Master Edit) Snoop Dogg – Candy (Nick Bike Edit) Flevans – Ten Feet Tall (feat. Laura Vane) The Haggis Horns – Burning Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee – Feel Good Lyn Collins – Rock Me (Jam Master Edit) Roxanne Shante – Go On Girl (Bacon Edit) Peggy Lee – Sittin’ (Sam Tweaks Edit) Marc Hype & Jim Dunloop – Al Naafiysh (The Soul Refix) Type-303 – Sticky Disko Nuance – Kauri Groove Peta Morris – Just the Thing Billy Paul – New Day, New World Comin’ (Ferdinand Debeaufort Edit) One Day – Leave Your Windows Open
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