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    #INDIANA: J Brookinz Presents “#JBrookinzRADIO, Vol.1″ Release | @jbrookinz


    Earlier today J Brookinz unveiled and launched the first volume of his recurring JBrookinzRADIO series. Every month he’ll be putting together a playlist of music from Indiana artists, and today you get volume 1. Press play below.

    Mandog ft. Diop & Pope Adrian Bless – From The Block
    Mandog & Pope Adrian Bless – KTDA
    G Granite – God Seeds
    Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – Knicks Remix
    Bangers by One ft. DeMarcus Rashad, K Harris & Pope Adrian Bless – Too Black
    Gregory Clardy – Fill It In
    Sirius Blvck ft. Oreo Jones & DMA – Tribe Quest
    Indiana Chief – The Hunt
    Peter Haze – Boom Clap
    Flaco – Well, It Looks Like Arson
    KNags – Samurai Blunts
    Crow Effect ft. Nevi Moon – Frequency Realm
    Bangs Nicely – Khaleesi
    Mandog – JBBB6 Champ

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    Cookin’ Soul x Nas “SoulMatic Instrumentals” Mix | @CookinSoul


    Check out this mix of of Cookin Soul‘s SoulMatic project, which you can stream together below or purchase from Bandcamp.

    Our intention when creating “Soulmatic” was not to just remix Illmatic album as such. Actually Soulmatic only contains 4 remixes from the original album… Also we have added a number of musical skits including comments, feelings and experiences from those who created the original album. The “Cookin Soul” way to get the listener closer to that particular state of mind that led to the creation of such a classic.

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    Bangs Nicely “Seeing Stars” Mix | @BangsNicely @CoolHandLex


    Check out this new mix of songs, remixes and instrumentals from Naptown’s Bangs Nicely. The entire track list is down below and you can download the mix from Soundcloud.

    001. DJ JD Sports – Just Little
    002. Florence + the Machine – Spectrum (AlunaGeorge remix) ::Universal::
    003. Nick Rio – Let Me Know
    004. Plague 84 – Thunderness ::Roche Musique::
    005. Ta-Ku – Krule Love
    006. We Sink – Blackspot ::Symbols::
    007. Parasyte – Comfortable
    008. Frankie Colorado – Soar
    009. SKYWLKR – Ohhhhweeee
    010. Cralias – Boyfriend (bootleg)
    011. Jesse Ware + Sampha – Valentine ::Young Turks::
    012. Tom Day + Monsoonsiren – We Watched the Clouds Form Shapes (Kyson remix)
    013. 8arms – Puget Sound
    014. Orikami – Dreams of Then
    015. Booty Thrill – Purple
    016. Mos Def – The Panties ::Rawkus::
    017. Aztek – Lifted 2
    018. Frank Ocean – Dust
    019. Henry Green – Electric Feel (Gespleu Downcast edit)
    020. Wilkinson feat. Detour City – Too Close (Catching Flies remix) ::Ram Records::
    021. STWO – No Lies ::Trapdoor::
    022. Agendas/Hard Love – Anything Goes
    023. Wet – You’re the Best ::Neon Gold::
    024. The Weeknd – The Party ::Republic::
    025. Jaime XX – Far Nearer (Cralias Remix)
    026. Spealcure – Fleur ::Hotflush::
    027. The Dream – Turnt Out (Mike G + Nikes bootleg)
    028. Bangs Nicely – That Love
    029. Cosmic Revenge – Late Nights (Kastle remix) ::Fortified Audio::
    030. Cosby Sweater – Digital Sweater
    031. Clams Casino – Gorilla ::TriAngle::
    032. JMSN – Love & Pain (Ta-Ku remix) ::White Room::
    033. Different Sleep – Feel You Near Me

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    House Shoes “The King James Version, Volume 2″ Stream | @HouseShoes


    If you happen to be one of the many Dilla enthusiasts, you may get chills on certain parts of this mix as I did. Especially when he dropped The Weavers sample! With all of that being said, and as a part of Mad Decent Radio, DJ House Shoes has unleashed the second volume to his The King James Version mixes. You can listen below and grab Shoes’ mix from iTunes.

    In celebration of James “J Dilla” Yancey’s 40th birthday, House Shoes presents the first half of the follow up to his critically acclaimed “The King James Version” mix, paying tribute to one of, if not the best producer in hip-hop’s history by strolling through some more of the records that were mined by Dilla for his productions. From jazz, to soul, to moog and electronica and more, this mix serves as a reminder to show how broad the range of music that inspired him was. Taken from all original vinyl. No youtube rips. No mp3s. None of that bulllshit.

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    Eclectic Method “A Brief History of Sampling” (Video) | @EclecticMethod

    Check out this dope video from Eclectic Method that showcases a dope, informative mix about sampling. Check out their website here.

    A video remix journey through the history of sampling taking in some of the most noted breaks and riffs of the decades. A chronological journey from the Beatles’ use of the Mellotron in the 60s to the sample dense hiphop and dance music of the 80s and 90s. Each break is represented by a vibrating vinyl soundwave exploding into various tracks that sampled it, each re-use another chapter in the modern narrative.

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