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  • DJ Rahdu – “The Suite Spot: Maxwell Remixes Mix” (Release) | @DJRahdu @BamaLoveSoul

    BamaLoveSoul’s own DJ Rahdu just dropped a new mix that features more than 20 different Maxwell remixes and related songs. You can listen to the mix below, read a bit about the idea of this project, and eventually head over to Bandcamp to purchase this mix and get you some cool buttons.

    In 1996 I was fiercely committed to East Coast Hip Hop and discovering the breaks used to create it. I had a friend who worked at a local music shop located at a strip mall perpendicular to my job, and during my scheduled break I would visit, kick the Willie BoBo and in turn be laced with whatever I could carry out. I remember one evening, while staging the purchasing of a large amount of Hip Hop and Breaks, seeing a white cardboard display at the checkout for an artist I’d never heard of with unique, attractive packaging and a really cheap price point, like .99 or so. I picked up the CD single, mulled over adding it to the pile, decided I would never have the opportunity to listen to it with the large amount of music I was amassing and set it down.

    Months later when Urban Hang Suite was released, I realized the error of my decision. UHS signaled not only the introduction of Maxwell, it was also a harbinger of the Neo Soul Movement. In addition, the Ascension maxi-single I passed up, ironically included a remix by Hip Hop’s most respected producer, Dilla. Over the next 2 years, Maxwell continued to drop maxi singles from UHS with alternate versions and remixes of its beloved tunes much like the Hip Hop 12”s of that time.

    As time went on and I became immersed in music overall I discovered there were others touched by Maxwell’s music who decided to share their spin on his music. It’s a combination of these remixes, covers, and edits I have mixed and share with you today. Enjoy!

    GDNA – (RE) Fixing Bad Habits
    Maxwell – Unsung
    MeLo-X – The Highest
    Pro Era – Maxwell ft Dirty Sanchez, Rokamouth & Capital STEEZ
    Maxwell – Sumthin Sumthin GDNA (RE) Vision
    Maxwell vs Busta Rhymes – Sumthin to Put Your Hands In
    Maxwell – Sumthin Sumthin (The Mantra)
    Katrell – La Jeunesse Retrouvee
    Maxwell – Ascension (Touchsoul Lover’s Only Edit)
    Maxwell – Ascension (aywy. & Shem Edit)
    Maxwell – No One ft HB & Mother’s Favorite Child
    Maxwell – Stop the World (Boddhi Satva Ancestral Soul Remix)
    Maxwell – Luxury:Cococure (Mixzo Mix) (Uncut)
    Maxwell – Ascension (Don’t Ever Wonder) The Tribute
    Maxwell – Get to Know Ya (DJ Dodge Mix)
    Maxwell – Til the Cop’s Come Knockin’ (Tony Loreto & Toro Remix)
    Maxwell – Sumthin Sumthin (Karizma Edit)
    Maxwell -Everwanting: To Want You To Want (Black Label Mix)
    Maxwell – Fortunate (Naked Music Mix)
    Maxwell – Til The Cops Come Knockin’ (The Opus Pt. 02)
    Yarra Rai – Whenever, Wherever, Whatever
    Little Brother – Whatever You Say (The Maxwell Mix)
    MeLo-X – Dance of the Wings(MeLo Suite)
    YP – Softly
    Illustration by DJ Rahdu

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  • Stones Throw Podcast 93: BreakBeat Lou – “Ultimate 45s” (Mix)

    Creator of the “Ultimate Breaks and Beats” series, BreakBeat Lou was recently featured on Stones Throw’s podcast, dropping a live break beat set of “Ultimate 45s” . Whether you want to refresh your breaks knowledge, or you just want to put on something to get you grooving– this mix is guaranteed to put you in a good mood.

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  • Wally Wonder – “Nu York 03” + “Nu York 04” (Mix) | @dj_wallywonder

    Wally Wonder is back again with“Nu York 03” and “Nu York 04” , his latest mixes in the series that sheds light on NYC’s lesser known hip hop scene. Do the knowledge and check out these mixes, plus a word from Wally on the project below.

    Nu York 04 is that fresh 2015 look into the scene in the 5 boroughs, a wider perspective on the current status in New York than we are seeing and hearing in popular music’s focus.  The Big Apple has always possessed a wide arsenal of great hip hop style’s and stars since it’s inception, I simply felt it time to put the 1 and 2 together, and lead people to a team of new superheroes to champion.

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  • Real Late w/ Peter Rosenberg: A Tribute to Sean Price

    It’s still kind of hard to put words together, but our thoughts are still with Sean Price and his family. As of yesterday, Peter Rosenberg did a tribute to Sean Price on his Real Late show. Tune in below and get you a reminder of the greatness that was Sean Price. As of now, Songs In The Key Of Price is still slated to drop on August 21st.

    Duck Down has also established an online fundraiser page for the family of Sean. Check that out and donate.

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  • Radio Juicy Vol. 156 – Now You Know by 2LATE (Mix) | @Radio_Juicy

    London beat maker, 2LATE, recently dropped a mix courtesy of Radio Juicy, titled Now You Know. This is the first time I’ve ran across 2LATE’s work, and I’m glad it wasn’t a day later. This 20-minute mix boasts a hefty amount of beats, all with a smooth but dark sample-based sound, backed by some extremely snappy drums that could rival the Soul Brother #1. Stream this beat mix on Radio Juicy’s Soundcloud below.

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  • Wally Wonder – “Nu York 01 + Nu York 02” (Mix) | @dj_wallywonder

    Brooklyn via Indy DJ, Wally Wonder, recently dropped “Nu York 01” and “Nu York 02” , which are mixes that shed light on up and coming emcees and producers of NYC. 01 is mostly laced with a gritty “turn up” sound, while 02 has a more classic New York hip hop feel. There are many good artists throughout these mixes, including Ness RhymePlastico Douglas, Chelsea Reject, OG Marlyn MonROLLUP, Henry Blanco, Lord Kayso, and many more. Stream these two mixes on Wally’s Soundcloud down below.

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  • Mr. Kinetik – “JAAAM” (Mix) | @MrKinetik

    Indy’s own Funky Educator, Mr. Kinetik, has dropped a very funky dance mix, titled “JAAAM” . Check it out on his Mixcloud down low.

    A selection of the finest jaaams and cuts. These songs are very fond in my memory, largely because of family parties as a kid. My Uncle is a DJ and let me get on his gear whenever we went to visit and that’s how I cut my teeth DJing. I think this mix would be right at home at a family function. Enjoy and share.


    Mr. Kinetik

    JAAAM by Mr. Kinetik on Mixcloud

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  • Fresh Selects – Tight Songs – Guest Selects Mix #12: submerse | @submerse @TightSongs

    Submerse visits Tight Songs radio and adds an instrumental mix to the collection with Guest Selects Mix #12. This mix features beats from 77 Karat Gold, DJ Harrison, Knxwledge, Swarvy, Fitz Ambro$e and more. As a bonus, check out the previous mix for Fresh Selects from House Shoes. Stream both of these quality selections below on Soundcloud and follow Fresh Selects on their Mixcloud here.

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  • The Mothership Collective – “All Nigga Radio” (Mix) | @BondingTapes

    Lots of funky goodness on this mix from The Mothership Collective, which is a two side mix full of dope music and satirical content, titled All Nigga Radio. The mix is actually full of hip hop and reggae too, along with the funk, but I’m thinking many of you may dig this. Listen to both sides below, and I’ve added a little of their words along side the track listing. Purchase the cassette for $6.06 over at Bandcamp.

    Bonding Tapes is pleased to announce the anticipated release of The Mothership Collective’s debut album All Nigga Radio. This tape takes the listener on a Funky Voyage with a late night radio broadcast twists. Includes various forms of music like Hip Hop, Funk, Reggae, and also includes commercials, interview snippets and disc jockey ramblings. All Nigga Radio is dedicated to satire and sarcasm and invites the listener to feel the vibes of the music and to view the artwork not for it’s original intent, but for how the context is presented. Taking the power away from the original propaganda and incorporating it into our every day lives. The album is available for free or pay what you want download, or on limited edition cassette.

    Side A
    Station ID (DJ Supanigga)
    Nigga Summer (The Funky 7)
    This Shit Right Here (The Funky 7 Theme song, Tall nigga mix)
    Nigga Snare Beat (The Mothership)
    We Don’t give a Fuck Nigga (Rondell (featuring Henry Willis on drums)
    Nigga Rock Commercial (Ram Co)
    Niggas Comming To Get Ya (The Mothership)
    Nigga Control (The Mothership)
    Nigganomitry (The Mothership)
    Interview With Conart (Ash Hudson interviewed by Lukecage DTLA)
    Nigga Archeologist (George Clinton)
    Crazy (RAS) Gedion Commercial
    Station ID (DJ That Nigga and The Weed Man)
    Nothing (Corn Row & Dukey Braid)
    Let the Funk (Lukecage and Dwight Trible)
    Loose Change (nigga mix The Mothership)
    Stomp Down Nigga Beat (The Mothership)
    Candy Pimp (JSwift/Lukecage)

    Side B
    Warfare Niggas (The Mothership)
    Slide Nigga (Rondell)
    Station ID (DJ Supanigga)
    Suspect Niggas (Lukecage/Dwight Trible)
    The Party (Nigga Mix)
    Getcha’ Own Dick Nigga (Henry Willis)
    Interview (Chuck De La Chuck and Laura Jane)
    Abazantium (The Mothership)
    UPK (’Sup Nigga Mix)
    Station ID ( DJ That Nigga) Late Night Nigga Radio
    Concrete Soul (The Mothership)
    SuperNiggaGlue (The Mothership)
    I Just Wanna Shine Nigga! ( the Mothership)
    Station ID
    Its Tha Weed! (The Weed Man)
    Candy Pimp (JSwift/Lukecage)
    Answering machine (The Funky 7)
    Gangsta Titties (Rondell)

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  • Fresh Selects – “Tight Songs – Guest Selects Mix #10: The Stuyvesants” (Mix) | @FreshSelects @TheStuyvesants

    A couple weeks back Fresh Selects collaborated with The Stuyvesants to curate a mix of their current favorite instrumentals and remixes. This is the tenth Tight Songs mix, with previous guest mixers including Mndsgn, Count Bass D, Suzi Analogue with Swarvy, Ohbliv, and more. The Brooklyn duo hasn’t released any new material since last October, but with summer looming, we have a feeling you can expect some soulful vibes from them in the near future. Stream this mix from Soundcloud.

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