Hot Music! Pharrell Williams – Happy, G-Funk Voice-Box cover by Sergio Selim

This is our kind of bad arse funk from Sydney producer Sergio Selim, definitely feeling the sounds of Sydney’s Underground.

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DIGGERS INC STRICTLY VINYL MIX-TAPE #2 – DJ LAMBIE – The Gangsta Rap Mixtape (1992-93)

On International Record Day 2012 we officially launch our DIGGERS INC ! page support and get the word out about all that is going down with the local Vinyl collectors scene. We will be featuring a special selected mixes, podcasts from Sydney’s finest wax enthusiast along with updates on all that is happening with the specialist  events, stores still doing their bit to save Vinyl in Sydney and Australia.


The original idea for Record Store Day founded in 2007  as a celebration of the unique culture, where independently owned record stores come together with artists to celebrate the art of music. Special vinyl and CD releases and various promotional products are made exclusively for the day and hundreds of artists  across the globe make special appearances and performances.


DIGGERS INC MIX-TAPE #2 – DJ LAMBIE – The Gangsta Rap Mixtape (1992-93)

Mon 23rd April,

  • STYLE: G-Funk, Rap & Golden Hip Hop
  • TIME: 60 MINS

A mix our main man, Sydney based DJ & wax collector DJ Lambie put together way this dope mix-tape wayback in 1992-93 with no computers, no digital recorders.. just on 2 12’s & a mixer with a leaking fader and a tape deck!

The man recorded this way back  & saved in a shoe box till the he had a chance to get it on computer for us to enjoy. When you hear that crackle in the background you can be sure its not someone cooking bacon… just some of that warm static hum we all love !

This is a REAL mix-tape from a local cat who has been doing his though for years around town. Catch him Sundays on THE BLACK PRESIDENT RADIO SHOW on Koori Radio and playing around town.

Follow the show Here on Facebook or get in touch with LAMBIE on FACEBOOK  for more dope mixtapes.


About The Black President Show:

Sunday nights between 9pm – 12am on Koori Radio’s 93.7fm (Sydney) With DJ Lambie Lovelace, Leo Tanoi and Mr A.E you will get a variety of the blackest and the deadliest music on the blackest and deadliest radio station in the nation.
Dropping Everything from Soul, Rare-Groove, Funk, New Jack Swing, Hip HoP & more
Sydney radio station: Koori Radio 93.7fm live streaming:



STYLE: LATIN, SOUL, FUNK            


Sydney’s SOUL 45’s institution hosted by Gian Arpino &  friends is a  monthly soul club where friends and music lovers from all walks of life get to hang out, dance and be merry to music that the Sydney scene doesn’t hear too often.

With an eclectic mix of dance floor soul you’ve never heard alongside staple classics to create an incredible atmosphere unlike any other in this city in personal spaces around Sydney.

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Coachella Video: FULL SHOW VIDEO: Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg FEAT. Eminem, 50 Cent, Tupac, Warren G, Wiz Khalifa + Kendrick Lamar (FULL VIDEO + AUDIO DOWNLOAD)

One of the finest festival stunts ever! Dr Dre and Snoop and co. killing it as usual. Email us for the full quality video and audio version or reach out at facebook or the facebook page

REVIEW: DJ QUIK @ the Gaelic Thursday, Mar15TH 2012

Atzi DJ Quik @ the Gaelic
Thursday, March 15th 2012

Reviewed by The Baroness

DJ Quik - Hovefestivalen 2011

In the thirty plus years since the ‘official’ inception of recorded Hip-Hop music, one could argue that no sub-genre of Hip-Hop music has permeated popular culture quite like the legacy of gangster-funk a.k.a. G-Funk. Vehemently abhorred by pockets of so-called Hip-Hop purists as misrepresentative, a thoughtful yet limited mind could argue that g-funk as a style remains reliant on a myriad of mid-west funk styles made famous by such luminaries such as the P-Funk collective and Zapp which have just been recycled for brainless mass consumption to generate profit. Literate music aficionados in contrast could counter that the sprawling hypnotic grooves, heavy baselines and funkdafied multi-gender lead & background vocals that characterize g-funk compositions are not only a modern extension of a rich legacy of funk music, but an authentic interpretation of Hip-Hop by a region that observed the signifying, dozens and braggadocios party roots at the core of East Coast born Hip-Hop music, understood it, and in turn offered up a unique sonic concoction of unbridled phatness that could have only been born and nurtured in that commodified but strikingly natural, golden yet smog-filled contradictory city of Los Angeles.

DJ Quik - Hovefestivalen 2011

G-funk has bred more than its fair share of classic records and iconic personalities. Legendary musician/producers who twenty years into the game continue to innovate and set a template for how to grow with your audience? No one can and has done it better than David Blake, better known under his stage moniker, DJ Quik. Over the course of his career fans have enjoyed scathing battle lines go down in infamy, fell out laughing over hilarious snaps and raps, listened to intently biting commentary of L.A. street politics, and empathized alongside highly confessional lyrics. We’ve outright jammed to funk that bumps, sang along to soulful hooks a-plenty, and cooled out to his legendary jazz-fusion inspired ‘Grooves’ which have peppered the majority of his releases. So when it was announced that after twenty years the still young-looking, gifted and black Fresh Coast legend himself was bound for Australian shores for a brief tour, minions came out in scores.

Ain’t nothing like a fresh coast party. As a former resident of Ghost Town and Palms, I can testify this well-known catchphrase is the truth and was hella ready for ish to get poppin’. It became evident I wasn’t alone in my sentiments. Though the assembled crowd at the Gaelic no doubt showed love to the scheduled support acts, it became rabidly clear that the party really got started when Quik’s official tour DJ Quix05 got behind the decks. A veteran party-rocker and regional turntablist champion back Stateside, Quix05 had the years of experience to know that barking at the crowd to ‘wake up’ wasn’t necessary and that the musical legacy of the Fresh Coast spoke for itself. Easefully teasing the crowd with back-to-back snippets of g-funk inspired classics, his too-brief musical homage prompted appreciative roars from the crowd, and was the perfect precursor to this historical night for West Coast music lovers. Soon after, DJ Quik finally graced the stage with his presence, prompting the Gaelic to thunderously erupt.

Quik’s twenty-year career has been ripe with memorable moments. In my opinion he couldn’t have started his Sydney set off any better than by dropping the first-verse to his classic diss track Dollaz + Sense. Though he did not spit those ingenuous diss-lines (he’s on good terms with Eiht these days), I have no doubt that fellow long-term fans appreciated the nod to that classic moment in battle rap history. No doubt Quik understood that long-term riders to his music wanted (and deserved) classics galore, and he was evidently more than happy to deliver the goods. An impeccably rhythmic, on-key spliff-wielding performance of Bomb Budd quickly ensued. Three songs in and long-term fans were already partially satiated for their old-school jonez, further cemented by the inclusion of Born and Raised in Compton. Though it was apparent that jawns performed from the album ‘Quik Is The Name’ held a myriad of memories, there was plenty of love shown for his more recent catalogue. This was evident by the crowd’s response to Put It On Me where Quik rhymed both Dre and his verses to an appreciative audience. We were than treated to an excellent performance of Ghetto Rendezvous, featured on the exceptional and under-rated album ‘The Book of David’. Telling of Quik’s professionalism is that though he messed up the two lines in the first verse (you know you did – haha!) a casual listener would have never known as his delivery never faltered for a second.

Sweet Black P***y, Black Mercedes, Get Down (which got this former Cali resident getting her Gangster Slide on in the limited space available), the crowd at the Gaelic was being pummeled with relentless Left Coast goodness. When Quik began reminiscing about recording with Tupac Shakur right after his release from jail, it not only solidified his place as an under-the-radar West Coast icon, it potentially revealed to those who may not have been as well-acquainted with his legacy on how DEEP his legacy goes and how far-reaching his talent has stretched. My one point of contention with Quik was when he blatantly quipped to the crowd that he considers himself a producer, not a rapper. Though I understand that Quik is a serious appreciative student of funk and soul music, a diligent producer with an unparalleled ear for melodies and arguably delivers THE best mixed albums in Hip-Hop music, period (yes, even crisper and clearer than Dre, mu’fuccas) he is and has been the voice for many moods and moments which is why his fans are so unabashedly loyal over the years. Go beyond his party jams and delve deeper in his album tracks and you will see an artist who has seemingly never been so vested in his personae that he’s forsaken and feared speaking his heart and mind on record. I truly believe over the years he’s been slept-on lyrically, so, out of this belief I cannot and will not co-sign any sentiments that deny him the place he deserves, even if so expressed by himself.

As the night continued daps, spliffs, and handshakes were exchanged freely between the man of the hour and the crowd. Several moments were set aside and dedicated in memory to legendary deceased artists like the aforementioned Tupac Shakur and Eazy-E, with Quix05 transforming Michael Jackson’s ‘Billie Jean’ into a distinctly new beat on the decks in tribute to the King of Pop. For myself, Quik’s shout-outs to Nate Dogg hit my heart the hardest, as it was on this exact date one year ago, March 15th, that Nate Dogg transitioned. It was these small yet sincere gestures from one friend and fan like Quik to his former peers that helped metamorphosis the night from merely being just another Hip-Hop show to a more intimate and celebratory house-party. Freely rhyming into folks iPhones and cameras, when he broke out his collaboration with Tony Toni Tone ‘Let’s Get Down’ from their immaculate ‘House of Music’ album in full, the night truly reached a pinnacle. Descending into the crowd to get down and spread the love, holding up the mic to his fans mouths so they could punch in words, musical communion had climaxed. And it was sublime.



NEW Park Side LOCATION! (Look out for SMS info closer to the date or email for details)

Family friendly location, under the shade of some massive trees

Info VIA Facebook Event –> HERE


Soul of Sydney: Free BLOCKPARTY PICNIC #7:


We will be hosting a G Funk special with Soul of Sydney DJ’s & friends dropping some of the classic SOUL & FUNK Records that shaped the G Funk sound as a warm to up coming show for West Coast Hip Hop Legend – DJ Quik.

Sunday Afternoon Classic Funk, Boogie, G Funk a stack of West Coast Rap & Hip Hop flavours.

Classic SOUL FUNK Cuts you can expect to hear!

Ohio Players – Funky Worm –

Kleer – Tonite

Dayton – Sound of Music

Catch DJ Quik @ Thursday 15 March – Gaelic Theatre, Surry Hills
West Coast Hip Hop Legend – DJ Quik – Sydney show

Tickets On sale at

Special guests: Stan Bravo, DJ Def Rok, Mr Jayson, DJ Victor Lopez and Uncle Abe.

FINALLY the rain has gone for our Block Party PICNIC so pack the eski, picnic blanket and join us to shake  shake those Cabin Fever blues away after being stuck in doors for two weeks we will be throwing down the day time Soul, Funk & Hip Hop vibes from 12pm in a NEW Parkside location in Alexandria.


Parkside Venue Option #1Park-side Location in Alexandria with BBQ areas (pending weather) we still need some sunshine for the usual park side parties to go down!

Venue Option #2 – (BACK UP VENUE IN CASE OF RAIN)Inner City FUNK LOFT/LOUNGE SPACE:  in the vent of rain we have organised a kid friendly lounge/loft space with a stack of light, massive couches and tables just ready for a Sunday afternoon in-door picnic just in case it does keep raining.

We now officially have a BACK UP VENUE who are happy to host us just in the event this monsoonal rain doesn’t end, so it just means all we have to move the picnic under some covers into an inner city FUNK LOUNGE/LOFT SPACE!

We will be updating everyone via SMS as soon as we know how it looks for Sunday, so look out for updates early Sunday morning by around 10 or 11pm.

We will be in a park-side location around Alexandria from around 12 pm till late or a back up inner city FUNK LOUNGE ROOM in the event of rain!
DJ’s playing an eclectic mix of day time SOUL, FUNK , DISCO, HIP HOP & REAL HOUSE GEMS.

Our House Sydney & Soul of Sydney Present:

SOUL OF SYDNEY: Free Block Party Picnic/BBQ #7


Along with the usual FUNK will be paying homage to some of the SOUL, FUNK AND BOOGIE CUTS THAT SHAPED THE G FUNK ERA & WEST COAST HIP HOP!

Expect an afternoon of SOUL, FUNK, & HIP HOP GEMS from artist including the likes of; Ohio Players, Parliament, Funkadellic, Zapp & Roger, Dr Dre, Isley Brothers, Ice Cube, James Brown, Kleer & Dayton + the usual Sunset Soul-Train FUNK throw-down to close out the day!


SUNDAY Feb 26th – 12pm – 7pm


New Parkside Location (Email for location info)

Soul of Sydney & Our House Sydney will be hosting another special family friendly Throw-down picnic to celebrate your Sunday FUN Day’s in the right kind of fashion.. with a stack of good mates, outdoors in the sunshine and with DJ’s playing REAL music..

We have a stack of DJ’s on rotation playing a stack of daytime SOUL, FUNK, HIP HOP & HOUSE joints from the likes of James Brown, Jocelyn Brown, Masters At Work, Erykah Badu, De La Soul, Dilla, Larry Levan, Sade, Jill Scott & Frankie Knuckles just to name a few.

Real Music, Real People Enjoying in a Family Friendly outdoor environment.

Open Decks, Open Mic & Open Floor (for all you dancers)

If you are interested in supporting, performing or need to get in contact please shoot us an email on as we will be updating venue information very soon.

(email for venue details)

Soul of Sydney + Our House Sydney & Co.

Facebook Event:
Facebook Group :

Open Decks, Open Mic & Open Floor (for all you dancers)

If you are interested in supporting, performing or need to get in contact please shoot us an email on as we will be updating venue information very soon.

Peace & Blessings;

Phil & Sam @ Soul of Sydney & Co.

BLOCK PARTY #7 – Facebook Event

BLOCK PARTY Facebook Group

Blockparty Picnic Mixtape #3 by DJ Phil Toke (Our House Sydney/Soul of Sydney)

JAN 2011

Our main man & resident Blockparty DJ Phil Toke put together this dope mixtape jam packed with some of the daytime FUNK, DISCO & REAL HOUSE jams he has been throwing down at the picnics over the last few months. Expect a stack of similar vibes for Australia Day!



  1. Intro Barack Obama
  2. Bill Withers- Lovely Day
  3. Gwen McCrae- Funky Sensation
  4. John Davis Monster Orchestra- Ain’t That Enough For You
  5. James Brown- Funky President
  6. The Commodores- Brick House
  7. Average White Band- Pick Up The Pieces
  8. First Choice- Love Thang
  9. Angela Winbush- I Love You More
  10. Convertion- Lets Do It
  11. Komiko- Feel Alright
  12. Geraldine Hunt- Cant Fake The Feeling
  13. Richard T Bear- Sunshine Hotel
  14. Lenny Williams- You Got Me Runnin (Krivit Re edit)
  15. The Salsoul Orchestra- You’re Just The Right Size
  16. The Salsoul Orchestra- Salsoul Rainbow/Obama Victory Speech
  17. Diana Ross- No One Gets The Prize
  18. Diana Ross- The Boss

If you haven’t sent you for mobile number can you please forward to in the event we do have to move the party last minute?

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Check out some of the SOUL TRAIN FUN from our last few parties

A  Few points that might help you organise you day better;

  • It is a FAMILY FRIENDLY PICNIC first and foremost so might be a good idea really to pack for a Sunday Picnic in the park (eski/ picnic basket, fruit, drinks and something to sit on etc.)
  • We have a spot with a stack of grass around with plenty of room for kids, it is 5 mins from city around Alexandria, there is shade but best people bring some hats etc.
  • We will have a Sound System with selectors playing an eclectic mix of real music including everything from Sade to James Brown to De La Soul, Erykah Badu & Masters At Work, Larry Levan, Frankie Knuckles.
  • It is open decks with rotating DJ’s (but best people get in touch via if keen to play to confirm time slots)
  • We usually aim to get everything starting at about 12pm with ending time around depending on vibe.
  • We will be waiting for the weather forecast before we make the call as it is outdoors, if it does look like it’s going to rain then we will simply move till next sunny Sunday. (We will be in touch a few days out for the event via email & on the day via SMS in case we have to move the party, so we will need your Mobile details too so we can get location details quicker)
  • ARTIST CALL OUT: If you are a local Musician, MC, Singer, Percussionist or DJ then we are very keen to hear from you if you would like to play, especially if you down to play percussion along the Djs in an open jam vibe for Sunday. (we are hoping to get thing going as a regular Sunday afternoon local soul funk and hip hop open jam session so if your keen to be part of it let us know)
  • For local Soul music fan then we simply wants you there enjoying the music, so get a group of friends together, spread the word and come down for a day out it the park to some real music.

Thanks again for getting behind the idea kids.. Sydney definitely needs more people like YOU!

Pray for good weather & hope to see you all at the next one.


Soul of Sydney and Co.






About the Block-Party Picnic Movement

In the name of spreading REAL MUSIC! SOUL OF SYDNEY, OUR HOUSE SYDNEY &  TONE have teamed up to put forward a small number of hush-hush out door POP UP street & park-side throw-downs during summer.

The idea is a series of free Pop-UP Sunday afternoon family friendly Picnic’s in various outdoor locations around this beautiful city, featuring rotating sets from local DJ’s & Artists still flying the flag for quality music in Sydney.

If you like the idea of hearing everything from James Brown, Jocelyn Brown, Erykah Badu, De La Soul, Dilla & Masters At Work & Frankie Knuckles in an outdoor location where you can have a Sunday Picnic in the sunshine, then join us as we celebrate the gift of great music, in a relaxed environment with friends and al-fresco on picnic blankets!




Mixed by: Phil Toke & Soul Of Sydney, of Sydney Australia

Running Time: 74 minutes


at Sound Cloud or Here

Track List

  1. The Love Unlimited Orchestra – Midnight Groove,<Soul Of Sydney Edit>
  2. Fatback Band – Mister Bass Man
  3. The Head Hunters- God Made Me Funky
  4. The Honey Drippers- Impeach The President
  5. The O’Jays- Give The People What They Wantblack power to the people usa america obama barack flickr soul funk disco ohm collective phil toke obama tribute mix sydney
  6. James Brown- The Boss
  7. Bill Withers- Lovely Day
  8. Herb Alpert – RiseYObama EDIT>
  9. James Brown – Funky President
  10. Maceo & The Macks – Soul Power ’74
  11. Donald Byrd- Change- Makes You Want To Hustle
  12. Curtis Mayfield- Right on For The Darkness
  13. Stevie Wonder- Black Man
  14. The Blackbyrds- Rock City Park
  15. Odyssey- Going Back To My Roots
  16. John McLaughlin- Planetary Citizen
  17. Issac Hays- Theme From S.H.A.F.Tt black President.
  18. The Beginning of The End- Funky Nassau (Part 1)
  19. George Clinton – One Nation Under A Groove
  20. Stevie Wonder – Higher Ground
  21. Lonnie Liston Smith- Expansions
  22. George Benson- You Can Do It < Phil Toke & Soul of Sydney ‘I Have A DREAM EDIT’
  23. Roy Ayers- Evolution

#2- Blockparty Picnic Mixtape 2 by DJ Phil Toke (Our House Sydney)

Dec 2011

Our main man & resident Blockparty DJ Phil Toke put together this dope mixtape jam packed with some of the daytime FUNK, DISCO & REAL HOUSE jams he has been throwing down at the picnics over the last few months.


1.The Last Minister – Tribute to the JB family
2.Lyn Collins – Think (Jski edit)
3.Kool & The Gang – Love and Understanding
4.War – Galaxy
5.Jimmy Castor – E man boogie
6.Jesse G – thats hot
7.Change – A lover’s holiday
8.Nijel – Dance so fine (instrum)
9.Brothers Johnson – Stomp
10.Superbreak disco edits – Body Bait
11.Society – Can U rock?
12.Phase II – Reachin
13.Terrence Parker – Love’s Got me high
14.Teddy Pendergrass – Only you
15.Sylvester – Over & over

WEST COAST, HIP HOP, G FUNK: ‘The Many Facets of DJ Quik’ by MK-1: (The Australian Tour Tribute Mixtape)

Delta Bravo Presents

West Coast Hip Hop Legend – DJ Quik

Sydney show: Thursday 15 March – Gaelic Theatre, Surry Hills

Special guests: Stan Bravo, DJ Def Rok, Mr Jayson, DJ Victor Lopez and Uncle Abe.



◘ ◘ The Magic of DJ Quik ◘ ◘

When rap music first emerged in the mid 1970s, it connected with listeners immediately by addressing all aspects of urban life with its unique freedom of self-expression. As the music evolved into a global cultural force, at least one rap icon remains true to the music’s heritage. That man is DJ Quik. MC, Producer, DJ, Multi Instrumentalist and West Coast hip hop legend. In fact, together with Dr Dre, Quik defined the sound that will forever be identified with the West Coast.

With four gold and platinum albums and production work with a who’s who of the R&B and Hip Hop world including 2Pac, Toni Tony Tone, Nate Dogg, Kurupt, Jay-Z, Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre to his credit, DJ Quik stands as one of hip-hop’s most consistent artists and musicians. To his credit he has over 100 million soundscanned recordings!

Six years after his last solo studio release, Quik is back. The Compton, California native returns with his eighth solo studio album with The Book Of David. As a nod to his birth-name, David Blake, this latest release is a candid and insightful project and has been voted the second most underrated album of 2011 on Rap Radar.

Quik’s sound is instantly recognizable and has been a mainstay in R&B and Hip Hop circles for almost two decades. In 2012, he continues to mix his legendary beat crafting and witty lyricism and with this new album he has evolved as a recording artist and the mind of the man behind the music, David Blake.

Given that his skills are just as precise now as they were on his 1991 debut album “Quik is the Name”, Quik’s music remains relevant and essential. The Book Of David is yet another fine addition to the catalogue of an immensely gifted artist.

20 years into the rap game, Quik will be performing live in Australia, for the first time, in March 2012. His live shows are reflective of not only the legacy that spans his illustrious career but his future legacy which will cement him as one of the most important players in the history of hip hop.












DAM FUNK + Toni Toni Lee (Live), Gian Arpino & Japeye Bennett + Podcasts & Interview

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Niche Productions present:


Sat 15th @ The Basment

Supported by:

Toni Toni Lee (Live), Gian Arpino and Japeye Bennett



Niche Productions is proud to present the debut Australian tour of the ambassador of Boogie-Funk, Dâm-Funk (Stones Throw – Los Angeles, California). Bursting on to the scene in 08-09, Dâm (pronounced ‘Dame’, as in Damon) won over a slew of fans from Disco-Boogie aficionados, the Beat scene, hardcore Hip Hop heads and Hipsters alike with his debut 12″ ‘Burgundy City/Galactic Fun.’

In 2009, he was one of Stones Throw busiest artists, putting out so much material you’d think he was giving Madlib a run for his money, with the ‘Toeachizown’ album being released digitally in five instalments, all of which teased fans with different elements of his influences. During this time he also managed to put out a few mix CDs, a beat tape as part of Stones Throw’s  ‘Rhythm Trax’ series and turned in remixes for Red, Baron Zen and superstars Animal Collective. At the tail end of 2009, the album was released in 2CD and deluxe 5LP box set editions.

His Monday night Funkmosphere club night is the stuff made of legends. From record-dealer types with obscene collections to a heavily bearded Joaquim Phoenix and beyond, it’s the spot that everyone is trying to get in to. But Dâm’s roots go well back to a time before ‘Disco’ was a cool word.

Cutting his teeth as a session keyboard player for artists of the G-Funk era like Mack 10, MC Eight and Westside Connection, you can easily hear his hip-hop roots in songs like ‘Hood Pass Intact’, and even though he dresses the part, don’t expect Dâm to get all thugged out on us out here on his debut tour. Dâm-Funk promotes love, spirituality, astrology and good vibes with his music and his open and outward personality – if you’ve ever heard him be interviewed or seen live clips online, you will know he is very generous with his time.

Calling his sound ‘Modern Funk’,Dâm-Funk’s live show takes in both his impeccable DJ mixing style as well as a Live-PA style side which includes vocals and keyboards, showcasing both the original material he writes and records, and the records which have inspired him.

Join us for the show everyone will be talking about for the rest of the year.


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Check out the Dam Funk Interview today on Soul Glow radio

DJ Huwston interviews Dam Funk his show Soul Glow on 2ser 107.3

Soul Glow Radio 3pm every Tuesday,


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Mixes & Podcats

#1 Dam Funk, BBC’s Radio: Mary Anne Hobbs Experimental Show, May 1 09

  1. DâM-FunK – ‘Brookside Park’ (Stones Throw)
  2. DâM-FunK – ‘Spacecapades’ (Stones Throw)
  3. DâM-FunK – ‘This Time, Take It Out On the Groove’ (Stones Throw)
  4. DâM-FunK – ‘Flying V Ride’ (Stones Throw)
  5. DâM-FunK – ‘The Sky Is Ours’ (Stones Throw)
  6. DâM-FunK – ‘Sidewayz’ (Stones Throw)
  7. DâM-FunK – ‘Rollin’ (Stones Throw)
  8. L.S. Movement – ‘Move Everything You Got’ (LA/Veg)

or download

#2 Dam Funk 3hr Mix up on BBC Radio 25th Oct 09

Track listing

  • BaronZen – Burn Rubber (Dam-Funk Remix) (Stones Throw)
  • Dam-Funk – Burgundy City (Stones Throw)
  • Dam-Funk – Red (Stones Throw)
  • Dam-Funk – Special Dimensions (Stones Throw)
  • Dam-Funk – Killdatmutha***a (Stones Throw)
  • Dam-Funk – Galactic Fun (Stones Throw)
  • Dam-Funk – She Lights Me Up (Stones Throw)
  • Dam-Funk – 10 West (Stones Throw)
  • Dam-Funk – Chocolate (Stones Throw)
  • Dam-Funk – Indigo (Stones Throw)
  • Dam-Funk – Rollin’ (Stones Throw)
  • Dam-Funk – Purple (Stones Throw)
  • *Dam-Funk In The Mix*
  • Pyramid Plus – Comin At Ya (Lifeworld)
  • Del Richardson – Rainbows (Joy Spring)
  • Cliff Dawson – I Can Love You Better (Boardwalk)
  • Midnight Express – Dangerzone (Tri-Fire)
  • Rah Band – Messages From The Stars (TMT)
  • StarShine – All I Need Is You (Prelude)
  • Alfreda James & Billy Ray – Back To Love (Rappers Rapp Disco)

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80’s Electro Godfather ‘Arabian Prince’ of N.W.A. @ Oxford Art Factory (Sat 26th Sep 09) + Arabian Prince/Egyptian Lover Mixtape

Details: Sat 26th Sep 2009, 9pm – Late @ Oxford Art Factory (38 Oxford St)

Music: original 80’s electro, b-boy breaks, & classic hip hop & anything in between

DJ’s: Arabian Prince (Proferssor X) of N.W.A, Def Wish Cast (Live),James Dela Cruz (Ex-Avalanches), Stolen Records, tha Fizz, Cassette, Typhonic.

Tickets: Discounted @ Moshtix with ‘COMPTON’ codeword

Info : E-mail : Phone: 0292111610

Facebook: Event Link

Mixtape: Available to download HERE

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80's Electro Godfather 'Arabian Prince' of N.W.A. @ Oxford Art Factory (Sat 26th Sep 09) + Arabian Prince/Egyptian Lover Mixtape

Details: Sat 26th Sep 2009, 9pm – Late @ Oxford Art Factory (38 Oxford St)

Music: original 80’s electro, b-boy breaks, & classic hip hop & anything in between

DJ’s: Arabian Prince (Proferssor X) of N.W.A, Def Wish Cast (Live),James Dela Cruz (Ex-Avalanches), Stolen Records, tha Fizz, Cassette, Typhonic.

Tickets: Discounted @ Moshtix with ‘COMPTON’ codeword

Info : E-mail : Phone: 0292111610

Facebook: Event Link

Mixtape: Available to download HERE

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