REGGAE, FUNK, HIP HOP, BOOGIE, Soul of Sydney Podcast #18- The Sunday Warmup Mixtape by DJ Juzzlikedat Feat.James Brown, A Tribe Called Quest, Mos Def, MC Solar, Missy Elliot, Prince, Grandmaster Flash, Lake Side, Zapp & Roger, Evelyn Champagne King.


Warmup Mixtape

Just caught the dope mix-tape from local DJ Juzzlikedat originally put together for community radio station Skid Row FM 88.9.

He covers a fair bit of musical ground including a solid dose of Reggae, Hip Hop, Funk, Boogie, Disco vibes.

A broad range of artists including; James Brown, A Tribe Called Quest, Mos Def, MC Solar, Missy Elliot, Prince, Grandmaster Flash, Lake Side, Zapp & Roger, Evelyn Champagne King.

This musical journey takes you thru different eras and continents of black music. Mixed and scratched and highly selected for you! funk lovers
I hope you will enjoy the experience

DJ Juzzlikedat

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LATIN,JAZZ,FUNK,ACID JAZZ- Dj Maestro (Blue Note Records) Australian Tour Mix + Sydney Gig Details (Fri 12th Aug @ The Basement)


Really diggin’ this Latin-Jazz & Funk mix JC of funkdafied sent our way as part of the up coming Blue Note Trip tour featuring the one and only Maestro playing an intimate Dj set at the Basement.

Funkdafied & Double Lucky are proud to present Blue Note Trip with DJ Maestro at the Basement on Friday 12th August. Hailing from Amsterdam, DJ Maestro is one of the leading Jazz DJs on the scene today and this will be a one-off show in Sydney at the home of jazz music. Martijn Bark

huis, a.k.a. DJ Maestro is the only DJ to work with Blue Note and has mixed and compiled 9 albums under the name Blue Note Trip – compilations with material from the archives of the legendary jazz label.

The prestigious record label Blue Note has become the home for jazz heroes like Art Blakey, John Coltrane, Sonny Rollins, Herbie Hancock and Eric Dolphy, the label became famous for its inspired, high quality jazz recordings. Following a busy schedule of European festivals and tour dates and on the back of releasing Blue Note Trip Vol 9 we look forward to DJ Maestro performing for an Australian audience. With his own record label (Dig This!), being program director of the Swingin’ Groningen festival and the Jazz at the Lake festival, DJ at VPRO/Radio 6 and

founder of the Dutch station Radio Jazz, Maestro has a big hold on everything that has to do with Funk, Latin and Jazz in the Netherlands as well as a high profile world wide through the Delicious Jazz series, (Verve) and the platinum selling Blue Note Trip Series……

Expect a mix of traditional jazz with a blend of funk, soul and latin, up-tempo and lounge as well as forgotten treasures from the archives …
Joining DJ Maestro on the night we will have the following DJs/Acts: Trevor Parkee, (2SER Radio),and Omegaman Sound System, with some special guest musicians TBA. This will be a night of quality music,

get in quick as we expect a large demand for tickets to this event

LINKS;
http://www.funkdafied.com.​au/
http://www.facebook.com/mu​sicadimaestro?ref=ts
http://www.myspace.com/mus​icadimaestro
http://www.youtube.com/wat​ch?v=jvmpL3SjIeY
http://www.radiojazz.nl/http://www.digthis.nl/
http://eastsidefm.org/spec​ialist/thevinylfrontier/
http://www.2ser.com/progra​ms/shows/departurelounge
http://www.omegaman.com.au​/
http://www.thebasement.com​.au/

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Everything ██is█████ ████ ████fine ███ █ ████ love. ████ █████ the ███ Egypt ███ ████ government ██

Ok we never get too political on here, but I was actually just reading the tweets on #Egypt and have a guess what tune popped up on shuffle…

The Egyptian Lover – Egypt Egypt

Classic 808 Electro banger if there has ever been one..

If your keen on the 80’s Electro & Classic RAP vibes like this then stay close to our good mates @ COLD CRUSH for mixtapes, write ups and club nights pushing the old school sounds in Sydney.

I-F TLR Viewlexx Creme Organization Intergalactic FM Sydney GodspillNext Cold Crush Gig:

Friday February 11

I-F & TLR, Cold Crush DJs (Simon Caldwell, OSC-001, RETALI8 & Mattamation), Slow Blow & NHJ (Meccanoid Melbourne)

Tone, 16 Wentworth Ave Surry Hills

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Soul Of Sydney Podcast #12 – The Australia Day All Aussie FUNK MIX By DJ Kinetic


Soul Of Sydney Podcast #12 – The Australia Day All Aussie FUNK MIX By DJ Kinetic

Happy Australia Day kids, hope you enjoy this ALL Aussie funk mixup by local DJ, Radio presenter and crate digger Dj Kinetic…

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Since stumbling across the ‘Respect Overdue’ compilation that Creative Vibes put out some years ago, I have been hot on the trail of rare and interesting funky music recorded in Australia, my own backyard. The following mix is a testament to my love of local flavors, and a bit of a poke at people who don’t think Aussies can be funky. This mix includes some of my favorites, some of my discoveries, and a couple of very, very rare numbers. I wanted to make it seamless, but time was a factor in putting this together. Still, for the most part I’ve managed to get tracks to blend into each other. Let me know what you thought! –

Dj Kinetic.

(dj_kinetic@hotmail.com)

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Catch Kinetic playing at The Hive Bar in Erskinville Rd Sunday 6th Feb..

SOULFIRE  is a little local shin dig that consists of locaal soul/funk record nerds showin off their stuff downstairs whilst there is some blaxploitation fillems bein played upstairs. Its at the notorious hive bar in erko where the food is good , beers are all local, and the staff are always nude(or thats how i remember its a 6 pm kickoff and its FREE!

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Contact: dj_kinetic@hotmail.com

Check out more by DJ Kinetic

Aussie Funk Blog
Tonic Lounge Write Up
DJ Kinetic Blog

Tracklisting:

  1. Ariel I’ll be gone
  2. Ayers Rock Crazy Boys
  3. Sue Barker Love to the people
  4. Manteca Watermelon man
  5. Don Burrows The Tasman Connection
  6. David fennell Really stuck on you
  7. Purple Velvet As long as I can see the light
  8. Radio spot Marijuana warning
  9. Doug Ashdown I’ve come to save the world
  10. David Liebman The opal hearted Aborigine
  11. Arena The Long One
  12. Galapagos Duck St James Infirmary
  13. Leong Lau City Blues
  14. George Golla The Dancers
  15. Quincy Conserve Common man
  16. Quasar Zeitgeist
  17. Underdogs It’s a blessing
  18. John Cadman Trio Humpin’
  19. Golden Horn Big Band Corazon
  20. Billy Thorpe Back on the streets again
  21. Salty Dog Born to boogie
  22. Chris Williams Born to get down
  23. Hot City Bump Band It’s just begun
  24. Friends Freedome train
  25. 12th Man vocal snippet

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Podcast#11 – ‘Cumbiambero Loco 2’ An Afro-Latin Caribbean Expedition in to ‘Cumbia’ Hosted By: Jack Posada


Soul Of Sydney Podcast #11

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‘Cumbiambero Loco’ Part 2 –

An Afro-Latin & Caribbean Expedition in to ‘Cumbia’

Mixed By: JackPosada (Myspace, Soundcloud)

This is the second installment of cumbiambero loco, a special ‘CUMBIA’ mixtape carefully selected just in time for that summer time in Sydney.

Spanish:
CUMBIA que delicia, que viva diciembre y feliz navidad

Our podcast this week is a little different to the standard ‘Funk’ we been featuring, it is an unexpected & enjoyable voyage into Caribbean & Afro-Latin beats.

This week we present a 40 min mix of traditional Colombian rebellion music called ‘Cumbia’.

Style: Afro Latin, Cumbia & Caribbean Percussion

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Email: soulofsydney@gmail.com

Tracks

  1. Andres Landero – Virgen de la candelaria
  2. Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto – Manuelito barrios
  3. Calixto Ochoa – Charanga campesina
  4. Los Cumbiamberos – Santo domingo
  5. Afrosound – La sampuesana
  6. Pacho Galan – Cumbia alegre
  7. Sonoritmos – Pola bette
  8. Climaco Sarmiento y su Orquesta – Maquina landera
  9. Pacho Galan – Cumbia que me alegras
  10. Pacho Glan – La mazamorrera
  11. Los Golden Boys – La negra celina
  12. Calixto Ochoa – Los sabanales
  13. La Sonora Cordobesa – El pajaro picon
  14. Pedro Laza y sus Pelayeros – La pringamoza

About ‘Cumbia’

The word ‘Cumbia’ came from the African word “Cumbé”, or party. It’s known as the queen of African rhythms & It has 3 cultural influences (African, Andean & Spanish).

The music originated around the 1820’s during Colombia’s struggle for independence as an expression of national resistance against Spain.

Both the African & Andean influences are obvious in ‘Cumbia’, the rhythms adopted from African slaves used by the Spanish & Andean flutes & poetry make up the core elements of the music .

Originally only performed with drums & claves it has since evolved to include; flutes, guitars, accordion, horns, brass & traditional drums & percussion.

Today it is very popular in Latin America & has even evolved into new forms mixed with Ska, Reggae, Hip Hop & Drum N Bass known as ‘Cumbia digital’ These elements & influences can be found in the music of ; Quanic, Ozomatli, DJ Spinna, Los Lobos & Los Kumbia Kings.

Even in Australia it will be featured at the 2010 Big Day Out Lilly Pad.

For a good introduction to ‘Cumbia’, check out: Cumbia Cumbia , Vol. 1 & 2 released by World Circuit Records (1983, 1989).

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Podcast#11 – 'Cumbiambero Loco 2' An Afro-Latin Caribbean Expedition in to ‘Cumbia’ Hosted By: Jack Posada


Soul Of Sydney Podcast #11

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‘Cumbiambero Loco’ Part 2 –

An Afro-Latin & Caribbean Expedition in to ‘Cumbia’

Mixed By: JackPosada (Myspace, Soundcloud)

This is the second installment of cumbiambero loco, a special ‘CUMBIA’ mixtape carefully selected just in time for that summer time in Sydney.

Spanish:
CUMBIA que delicia, que viva diciembre y feliz navidad

Our podcast this week is a little different to the standard ‘Funk’ we been featuring, it is an unexpected & enjoyable voyage into Caribbean & Afro-Latin beats.

This week we present a 40 min mix of traditional Colombian rebellion music called ‘Cumbia’.

Style: Afro Latin, Cumbia & Caribbean Percussion

Download Here

Email: soulofsydney@gmail.com

Tracks

  1. Andres Landero – Virgen de la candelaria
  2. Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto – Manuelito barrios
  3. Calixto Ochoa – Charanga campesina
  4. Los Cumbiamberos – Santo domingo
  5. Afrosound – La sampuesana
  6. Pacho Galan – Cumbia alegre
  7. Sonoritmos – Pola bette
  8. Climaco Sarmiento y su Orquesta – Maquina landera
  9. Pacho Galan – Cumbia que me alegras
  10. Pacho Glan – La mazamorrera
  11. Los Golden Boys – La negra celina
  12. Calixto Ochoa – Los sabanales
  13. La Sonora Cordobesa – El pajaro picon
  14. Pedro Laza y sus Pelayeros – La pringamoza

About ‘Cumbia’

The word ‘Cumbia’ came from the African word “Cumbé”, or party. It’s known as the queen of African rhythms & It has 3 cultural influences (African, Andean & Spanish).

The music originated around the 1820’s during Colombia’s struggle for independence as an expression of national resistance against Spain.

Both the African & Andean influences are obvious in ‘Cumbia’, the rhythms adopted from African slaves used by the Spanish & Andean flutes & poetry make up the core elements of the music .

Originally only performed with drums & claves it has since evolved to include; flutes, guitars, accordion, horns, brass & traditional drums & percussion.

Today it is very popular in Latin America & has even evolved into new forms mixed with Ska, Reggae, Hip Hop & Drum N Bass known as ‘Cumbia digital’ These elements & influences can be found in the music of ; Quanic, Ozomatli, DJ Spinna, Los Lobos & Los Kumbia Kings.

Even in Australia it will be featured at the 2010 Big Day Out Lilly Pad.

For a good introduction to ‘Cumbia’, check out: Cumbia Cumbia , Vol. 1 & 2 released by World Circuit Records (1983, 1989).

Download Here

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Latin,Funk,Cumbia: Kon & Amir – What The Funk Mix #2 (ParisDJs.com)


Kon and Amir What The Funk Mix Part 2

What The Podcast Part 2, Jan 19th 2010,

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Legendry DJs and crate diggers Kon & Amir (Wax Poetics/BBE) put together this dope latin funk mix for the  What The Funk party. Very summery vibe for this little teaser.

Expect more of the same global funk vibes this Saturday as Kon is playing at The Basment along with The Transatlantics & Sydney’s own Soulshaker DJ’s. More info here