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Show Archive 1000-1049

October 16, 2020
Fredy V & The Foundation seize the day with "One Step", Anderson .Paak slangs funk to the masses on "Jewelz", and The Soul Kids hit hard with a high voltage James Brown cover. Plus an all-star affair on Seanie T's "Veterans", unbreakable soul from DJ Rogers, and Twilite Tone's smoldering refix "I Still Need Love".
October 2, 2020
Ruby Jane serves up soulful confections from Ekkah, Lady Wray and The Brothers Johnson alongside inspired covers by Sharon Jones and Durand Jones. Plus pure alchemy from J.Lamotta & FloFilz, magnetic soul-jazz grooves from Sonny Stitt and the rebirth of Tiye Phoenix on "The Glow".
September 25, 2020
Big Jacks shines a light on the heroes of Memphis rap from Three 6 Mafia to Shawty Pimp, then celebrates a new generation of female soul with Teyana Taylor, Sault and Shantel May. Plus fly opulence from Crimeapple & DJ Skizz, timeless reggae funk from Toots & The Maytals and late night emotion from Deniece Williams and The O'Jays.
September 18, 2020
Walla P gets twice as nice with powerful funk by Ivan Makvel & Temu and headnodic hiphop from Nativ, Jake Milliner and more. Plus feelgood party vibes from The East Coast Affair, scintillating future soul from Ego Ella May and Adeline, and a tribute to Kool & The Gang originator Ronald Bell.
September 11, 2020
Wicked wrecks shop with rugged hip-hop rarities from Kukoo Da Baga Bones, Dereliks, UBAD, and many more. Plus wax poetic from Seven Star, ravenous verses by Napoleon Da Legend and crew, and deep grooves from Nigerian masters Peter King and Tony Allen.
September 4, 2020
Soul Koffi touches down in Africa and the West Indies with tropical grooves by Hugh Masekela, Okyerema Asante, Nzongo Soul and Calypso Rose. Plus hazy joints from Smoke DZA and Curren$y, an impossibly slinky cut from KNLO & Mofak and melodic gold from Brasstracks.
August 28, 2020
DJ Marrrtin pulls out all the stops with a blistering odyssey through African jazz rock, downhome soul, European rarities and his own break-heavy production. Plus an underground smash from Lord Jazz x Tru Trilla, classics reimagined by Tek.Lun and Roleo, and Steve Arrington's unstoppable "Keep Dreamin'".
August 21, 2020
Jon Doe brings the heavy artillery with underground bangers from Mach-Hommy, Action Bronson, Sir Veterano and Jay Royale. Plus sparring bars from Clear Soul Forces, percussion workouts from Sapo and Chicago and laidback perfection from William DeVaughn.
August 7, 2020
Iced Misto traverses the globe delivering ill grooves from Shintaro Sakamoto, Letta Mbulu and Bosq, then shows love to banging future beats by Lnguage, Wantigga, and Jarreau Vandal. Plus honey tongued madness from Marley C, exquisite vibes from Manchester's KinKai, and Public Enemy's return on the star-studded "Fight The Power 2020".
July 31, 2020
DJ Mks brings the Brazilian sun with Marcos Valle, Sabrina Malheiros and Lucas Arruda along with exquisite grooves from Potatohead People, First Touch and more. Plus motherland rhythms from Oneness of Juju, champion sounds from Sir Veterano, and Aretha regrooved on the cool and confident "1-Step" remix.
July 24, 2020
Frank BLVD goes on a wild caper through some of the funkiest vintage TV scores with the Bionic Woman, Shaft, The Amazing Spiderman and more. Plus shimmering 80s cuts from BB&Q Band and Cherrelle, a sisterly salute from Rapsody, cracking revamps by Lord Finesse and DJ Fleg and defiant soul from the Harlem Gospel Travelers.
July 17, 2020
DJ Dmoe sets the record straight with barrio sounds from the legendary Tito Puente and Eddie Palmieri and deeper cuts by Jimmy Salcedo, Wganda Kenya and Johnny Zamot. Plus a classic Redman wildout on "Its a Banguh", Chinese soul respun by Preservation, and a joyful disco lift from the New York Community Choir and Two Tons O' Fun.
July 10, 2020
Dante Maxwell gets down with Westcoast underground sounds from Defari, Kankick and Fatlip then launches into late night basement grooves by Children of Zeus and Henry Wu. Plus a sweet soul serenade from the O'Jays, warm summer breeze from the Camarão Orkestra and a poignant call to action from Anderson .Paak.
July 3, 2020
Revolutionary rhymes: Rawsoul revisits conscious selections from the 90s with Public Enemy, Arrested Development, X Clan, Mos Def, and Ras Baraka. Plus poignant wake-up calls from Nas and Khemist, relentless disco heat by The Galaxians, and an unexpected splash of Danish funk from Lotte Kærså.
June 26, 2020
Soulist takes a freeflowing trip through international grooves from Chuks Ejelonu, Velly Joonas, Henri Texier, Joutro Mundo and more. Plus infectious jazz rap from São Paulo's Mental Abstrato, another spellbinding rework from Amerigo Gazaway, and unstoppable Afrofunk from Olatunji and Tony Levielle.
June 19, 2020
DJ Moar strikes gold with classic sounds from El Da Sensei, Frankenstein, The Vibe Drops, Rita J and more. Plus Murs' heartfelt salute to PUTS, no frills rawness from Nottz & Umse, a sky high Red & Meth blend, and a toast to the superb soul of Bonnie Pointer.
June 12, 2020
Black Lives Matter: This extended episode is dedicated to all the lives lost to systemic racism. We sit down with Nantali Indongo to discuss ways we can move forward as a community and concrete things we can all do to promote freedom, justice and equality. We also spotlight music from the front lines of the struggle from the civil rights era to now with powerful tracks by Aretha Franklin, Pharoah Sanders, Wyatt Waddell, J. Cole and Felisha George.
June 5, 2020
Scott C homes in on UK hip-hop with Ty, Gawd Status and Juga-naut then launches into reworks and surprises from Aroop Roy, Newtrament and Shall I Bruk It. Plus an R.I.P. tribute to Little Richard at his funkiest, a black power anthem from Salaam Remi & Ceelo Green, and blasts against police brutality from Gil Scott-Heron and Reggie B.
May 29, 2020
Hubbz finds diamonds in the groove with modern funk from E. Live, Starship Connection, Amalia, Trailer Limon and more. Plus a Polo devotional from Kool Taj the Gr8, exhilarating gospel funk from B.Slade and our salute to soul legend Betty Wright.
May 22, 2020
Lil'dave takes flight with futuristic sounds from Sa-Ra, TY and MonoNeon, then lets the funk flow with Buscrates, The Goods, Daniel Crawford and more. Plus quarantine grooves from XL Middleton, a record store salute by Dragon Fli Empire and a bumpin retro revival from the Fabreeze Brothers.
May 15, 2020
Southpaw Chop delivers an all-vinyl set of stick-to-your-ribs boombap and original samples featuring Large Professor, 45 King, Bill Evans, 5th Dimension and many more. Plus covid relief from Esoteric, shamisen breaks from Rinsyoe Kida & Akira Ishikawa, jazz chemistry from Skyzoo and Dumbo Station, and a testament to Bill Withers' genius from Andy Votel.
May 8, 2020
BJ Piggo locks into the groove with fresh soul by Benny Sings and Terri Walker, breezy R&B from Aaron Taylor and inspired reworks by Unwrapped and DOC Mastermind. Plus a powerful Prince play from Reggie B, mashup magic from DJ B.Cause and soaring lyricism from Jay Electronica and Rapsody.
March 13, 2020
Zattar unleashes rough African disco from the Ugly Creatures, Blay Ambolley, Abel Lima, Dur-Dur Band and more. Plus pyroclastic flows from the Lessondary Crew, a "Sunny" breeze from Conclave & Seven Davis Jr, and headnoddic bliss from Pep Love and The Get By.
March 6, 2020
dj magicsean hits the sweet spot with 2-step R&B from Mint Condition, Sa-Deuce, Jesse Powell, MN8, and Shanice. Plus a carefree caper from Dreamville, twilight cocktails with Aldorande and a soulful anthem for these "Changing Times" from Frankie Beverly & Maze.
February 21, 2020
Andy Williams dishes out a jambalaya of rough funk by The Grits, soaring soul from Al Green, arcade madness from Digi Onze and a touch of reggae from The Resonators. Plus a sumptuous orchestral nod to Dilla, a dubbed-out dive into "D" Train and sublime headnod from Ratherpapes and Kev Brown.
February 14, 2020
Hip-hop legend DJ Cash Money returns with a blast from his new "Street Cash" release, a behind the beats interview and breaks galore. Plus boombap fury from Japan's Southpaw Chop and DJ Muro, a divine Black Star x Madlib blend, and stripped-down funk perfection from the Meters.
February 7, 2020
Mr Neal and Phil The Gap intoxicate with modern funk and satin grooves from Major Harris, Howard Johnson, Mofak, Shuko and more. Plus a souled out Saukrates teamup with Common, the return of Detroit legend T3, a deep boogie favorite from China Burton, and Moniquea's spicy "Who's That Girl".
January 31, 2020
Sugarface crisscrosses the globe from Brazil to Cameroon with choice cuts from Banda Black Rio, Sampa the Great, Pasteur Lappé and Yuksek & Fatnotronic. Plus a thumping soul flip from Tokyo digger Kazahaya, supreme god flow from Denaun, and ferocious raw funk by Frankie Newsome and Cappy & Stonewall.
January 24, 2020
DJ Victamone turns up the heat on classics with remixes by Bosq, Soul Supreme, Maker, Altered Tapes and Bacao Rhythm & Steel Band. Plus beats & togetherness from Munir, champion sound from Born Jamericans and verbal illness from LOTUG and Ilajide.
January 17, 2020
Ruby Jane hopscotches through new soul and disco with fire tracks by Shay Lia, Black Pumas, Escort and The Free Nationals. Plus neckbop heatrocks from Kool Taj the Gr8 and Cutlass Reid, a slice of west coast perfection from The Game, and Rich Medina's "Magnificent" musings on the heartbeat of dance.
January 10, 2020
DJ Hao2 connects beats, jazz and poetry with cuts from Fatima, Coflo, Seven Davis Jr, Ursula Rucker and Nujabes. Plus bustling boogaloo from Joe Bataan, a fiendishly funky Wildchild collab, flawless vibes from Elaquent and O-Phrap, and an epic version of "The Mexican" from Stretch & Bobbito's M19s Band.
December 20, 2019
Headnod heaven: Pro-V spotlights deep cuts from Canada's golden era including Ghetto Concept, Shades of Culture, Rainmen and Kardinal Offishall. Plus butter smooth flips from Hemz and Flip.Gawd.Dre, a smoldering cut by Mayer Hawthorne and magnificent bitcrushed funk from DOC Mastermind.
November 29, 2019
Foxx Boogie charges ahead with a barrage of breakneck funk from Ancient Astronauts, Funk Off, Sound Stylistics, Randa & The Soul Kingdom and more. Plus the Soul Motivators' salute to the "Modern Superwoman", long-lost heat from Biz Markie, and bar raising tracks from next generation Wu and D.I.T.C.
November 22, 2019
Buscrates cracks open top-shelf boogie from Dynasty, BB&Q Band, Johnny Guitar Watson and new generation jams from Zo! and Maya Killtron. Plus Temu's anthemic "Wear My Shoes", eargasmic grooves from St. Germain, and soul-drenched heatrocks from 38 Spesh and LNDN DRGS.
November 15, 2019
Back to the Bay with mastermind J Boogie weaving together funk-heavy cuts from E-40, Conscious Daughters, B.Cause, Tuxedo and more. Plus K-Maxx shining bright on "No Regrets", soul-drenched new Kanye, honeyed vocals from UK's Lauren Faith, and talkbox gold from Diamond Ortiz.
November 1, 2019
Graham Hatke fires up 3 turntables for a journey through boogie dubs and live edits of Evelyn Champagne King, Toney Lee, Vaughan Mason and more. Plus stank-face funk from Otis McDonald, lowkey smoothness from Children of Zeus, and a breakneck blast of golden era rap.
December 6, 2019
Santa rides again! Marc Hype is back with another "Tis the Season" mix of soulful Christmas treats from Aloe Blacc, The Good People, Kenny Powell and Al Green. Plus a deep boogie find from the Devoted Souls, heavy bassline groove from the Kount, a pulsating dub from Ash Walker and fantastic UK fusion from Necktr.
October 25, 2019
DJ Whut sets it off with heavy disco from Jamiroquai and Kraak & Smaak then downshifts to slapbox hiphop from Diamond D, Rampage and Nems. Plus Devon Gilfillian's Afro-psych inspired "Get Out and Get It", a dazzling jazz number from Sy Smith, and the Temptations riding high on their classic "Cloud Nine".
October 18, 2019
Creeasian plays an explosive set of bboy breaks then spotlights the beatmaker with MPC madness and live finger drumming. Plus boss bars from Rapsody, next level wordplay on "Palindrome", silky grooves from Enois Scroggins, and beats rhymes wizardry from UK's Pitch 92 and Fliptrix.
October 4, 2019
Pete Rock summons the Stylistics for a sureshot sample moment, Bappi Lahiri puts the Bollywood bounce on a dancefloor classic, and Brand New Heavies go off on an extended instrumental workout. Plus spirited diasporic sounds from Nitty Scott and Vadim, loping New Orleans gold by Lee Dorsey, and boogie heat by Gayle Adams and Satin, Silk & Lace.
September 27, 2019
DJ Leg1oner vibes out with luscious tracks from Datsunn and Otis Junior, then summons the breaks with custom edits and rhythmic fury from Rusya Jam Crew and Tutu Au Mic. Plus golden soul retouches by Platurn and DJ A-L, majestic funk by the Mighty Mocambos, punchy positivity from THE PLAYlist & Mumu Fresh, and the triumphant return of Gang Starr.
September 13, 2019
Walla P brings synth driven sweetness with modern boogie by Lynda Dawn and Koolade, UK street soul by Ian Foster and Rick Clarke, and Japanese gems from Milk and HiRO.JP. Plus infectious Atlanta grooves from Earthgang, disco delights from Panaché and Roy Ayers, a beautiful bossa rework by Y'skid, and a hazy summer callback from the Soul Surfers.
September 6, 2019
Gospel takes centre stage in DJ Rhythm Funk Bug's deftly selected mix of sanctified funk and soul from The Violinaires, Jordan Travelers, Mildred Clark, Shirley Caesar and more. Plus riddim driven heat from the Jamla squad, unstoppable bassline flows from Your Old Droog and a magnetic collab from Lee Funksta and B.Bravo.
August 30, 2019
Kobal zigzags from doo-wop breaks to Caribbean funk, heavy soul and boogie with Nina Simone, The Moonglows, Exile One and more. Plus certified dope from The Good People and MindsOne, bright sunroof top rays from Omar & Erykah, the Pendletons' easygoing "Running Away" and stellar cuts from the Native Tongues galaxy.
August 23, 2019
Soul Supreme dives into the jazz funk era with soulful cuts and original samples by Tarika Blue, Lonnie Liston Smith, Cedar Walton and Gil Scott-Heron. Plus Karate Boogaloo's hypnotic take on "Juicy Fruit", a paisley powerplay from Daniel Crawford, sumptuous new R&B from Amber Mark and the triumphant return of Little Brother.
August 16, 2019
Santiago keeps it rough and tough with deep funk from Bobby Rush, Cinnamon Suns, Underground Railroad and Boobie Knight. Plus black girl magic on Rapsody's "Ibtihaj", mighty grooves from Doug Shorts and Michael Kiwanuka, ethereal spiritual jazz from Josef Leimberg, and a perfect posse cut from Kev Brown and the Low Budget squadron.
August 9, 2019
Lucas Benjamin flexes on the funk with heavyweight tracks from Lee Funksta, Otis McDonald, Sly Johnson, Lettuce and more. Plus a pitch-perfect Marvin Gaye blend from Adam Doubleyou, rollicking jazz-funk from Eddie and Lolita Harris, and irresistible dancefloor flips from Kero One and K, Le Maestro.
August 2, 2019
Foxhound unveils a world of groove from Vladimir Konovalov, Les Ya Toupas du Zaire, Mustafa Ozkent, El Opio and many more. Plus ferocious funk from The Right Now, lush soul from Black Nile, and jazz-infused brilliance from E. Jones and SGJAZZ.
July 26, 2019
Mirko Machine drops the needle on headnodic boomclack from Mama Mystique and Flofilz, Moog-heavy jams from Ronnie Hudson and Will Sessions, and razor sharp recuts from The Reflex and Jim Sharp. Plus an island twist on "All Night Long" by La Famille, joyous Brazilian vibes from J Dilla and Tall Black Guy, and another undeniable Tuxedo groove.
July 19, 2019
WEFUNK steps into the next millennium with our most stacked lineup yet! Featuring a ride through swerving breaks and glorious funk from Nostalgia King founder Skeme Richards, LOTUG legend Lord Jazz working his ginsu cuts on a full grip of raw hip-hop and soul, and a conversation with renaissance man Kool Bob Love from the groundbreaking Stretch & Bobbito show.