So we are only guessing this is The Avalanches new mix since they tweeted by the a few days ago… more sitting in bed on a rainy day than the usual party stuff on their last mix-tape I heard a life time ago on cassette.
On Anzac day as the country pays tribute to the Diggers who gave up so much for us this country during war times.. We pay our own musical tribute from a different kind of digger with this all Australian Hip Hop mix-tape from Sydney based DJ, Radio Host & Digger Mr Shan Frenzie.
Posting this on with the up most respect, Raise a glass & put this one up!
ANZAC SPIRIT : LEST WE FORGET !
Trem – Same Shit
Big Village – Be My Guest
Mr Clean – Hard Yakk
Chemical Imbalance – Hectic Son Of Hector Bias B – Drop A Thought
Ron Rugged & Johnny Crates – Back On Track
The Statesmen feat Len One – Come On Now Funkoars – Vamoose Pegz feat Jimmy Nice, Mantra & Illy – What You In It For
Deadbeat Society – Shine
Mind Over Matter – So I Showed ‘Em
After Hours – Consume Or Perish
Tommy Illfigga – Game Face
Hunter & Mortar – When I’m Drunk
Binge Thinkers feat Swarmy – Sick Drapht – Murder Murder
Plutonic & G Love – Vibin’ Survivin‘
Jim Blah feat Georgia Humphreys – Find Me
Simplex – I Have Nothing
Binge Thinkers – Get The Picture
Bias B – The Last Song Dialectrix – What’s Important
Loose Change – Secrets
Thundamentals – Dimension 3
Funkoars feat Hilltop Hoods – Bodycount
Phrase – Just For You
Simplex feat Motion, Delta & Alerts – Opus Operandi
Dialectrix – One More Time Spit Syndicate feat Joyride – Stumblin’
Skrptcha feat Bastian Bones – All In
Vents – Marked For Death
Swarmy – Verse Mercenary
Mantra feat Illy, Jeremedy, Muph, Uthboy & Solo – Dead Em’
D Opus & Roshambo feat Chanel Cole – Come Find Out
Reason – Window Of Time
Beats Working – Barstool
Chemical Imbalance – The Chase Theme Def Wish Cast – Dun Proppa
GROOVE THERAPY has been broadcasting since 2002, every Friday lunchtime (12pm) on radio 2SER FM, Sydney Australia.
The show is presented and mixed by Shan Frenzie.
Soul, Funk, Hip Hop, R&B, Disco and party jams! Shan Frenzie grew up on a healthy diet of these sounds. He’s not some newschool DJ wannabe, flexing his beatport MP3’s and pumping his fists in the air. He’s got over 20 years of experience behind him, a record collection that will make any other DJ envious, and a concrete rep as one of Australia’s most trusted party rockers.
Frenzie has been around the block more than a few times, and seen a bunch of styles come and go over the years – many of them originally championed in the club by him. Taking inspiration from when DJ’s used to play for no less than 6 hours straight and transition between styles: Original Soul & Funk 45’s – Check. Deep House, Disco & Boogie – check. Hip Hop, R&B, Breaks & Beats – Check. Party joints and forgotten classics – Check!
Frenzie by nature? The name came from that mid eighties era when Australia adopted Hip Hop culture. Back when writing your names on trains, cutting it up on the turntables at neighbourhood jams, and laying down your latest production on a 4 track cassette recorder was the thing. He was catching wreck on the turntables long before earning your rep on facebook was the norm.
Since those days he has grown out of his namesake somewhat and done a number of significant things: Managed regular residencies at a number of Sydney’s most successful night clubs, Hosted 5 different radio shows up and down the east coast, written articles for many leading street press publications, and toured around Australia with some of the biggest events in the festival circuit. It’s never been just about playing other peoples music – Frenzie has the qualifications to teach many a young buck DJ a thing or two about being a genuine lover of the music.
But can he rock a party? Frenzie has been dropping memorable sets for years. Whether it be a one hour power mix or an all night marathon set behind the tuntables, Frenzie has plenty of experience reading the crowd and always drops an entertaining set – custom built from carefully considered quality jams and a dash of turntable trickery (Yeah, the man can most definitely mix a record!).
Shan Frenzie also hosts one of Sydney’s most beloved radio shows “Groove Therapy” – An hour and half long weekly mixtape of uninterrupted music gems from the “funkier” side of dance music history. It’s been broadcasting live on radio 2SER FM since 2002, and podcasting around the world for just as long – and as all his regular listeners know, stands testament to Shan Frenzie’s dedication to purveying great music to party down to.
One for the real old school heads – Grand Wizard Theodore ‘The Inventor of the Scratch’ brings his box full of classic ORIGINAL B-Boy breaks and beats to play a rare mini set on Funkmaster Flex‘s ‘Street Jams’ show on Hot 97 and lets Dot-A-Rock get busy on the mic too.
1. Craig Mack – Get Down
2. Dj Cam – The Nautilus
3. Dj Kentaro – Tasogare Highway High
4. Oh No – Kashmere bonus beats
5. Rednose Distrikt – Mo’s
6.N.O.R.E – Nothin’ (instrumental)
7. Black Sheep – The Choice is yours
8. Oh No – Chump
9. Cookin’ on 3 Burners – Settle the Score (edseven remix)
10. Bama and the Family – Feeling Good
11. Jimmy Edgar – Morris Nightingale Theme
12. Jackhigh – So Many Ways (Jackhigh remix)
13. Waajeed – Pride
14. Ammoncontact – Drops
15. Africa Hitech – One Two
16. Masters at Work – Jus a little Dope
17. Waajeed – Fire
18. Grooveman Spot – Social change
Local DJ/Producer who has played alongside artists including Roots Manuva, Only Child, Bassnectar, Aim, Ursula Rucker, Domu, Alice Russell, Quantic, dj Spooky.
He has been putting together some very crafty sets pushing everything from Hip Hop, Dub, Funk, Jazz, Future Soul, Broken Beat and Electronica. He has even been featured as a guest mix for Ninja tune‘s Solid Steel radio show.putting together. Check out more info,remixes and mixtapes here;
A re-edit label (Sloppy Seconds – get it?). You can find me digitally on Juno for now. I do have plans to press up vinyl sometime in the near future. The material that I plan on using for the vinyl releases will be titles exclusive to the wax catalog (I have a secret stash saved specifically for this purpose). I’ll let you all know when that happens.
A music resource website. I’ve been collecting vinyl since the early/mid 80s and have amassed quite an amount of relatively obscure stuff and started the blog as a way to promote lesser known artists and their releases. Because of the controversy surrounding mp3s I had originally intended to only post titles that are out of print, but I also realized that there are tons of new releases that are equally as amazing that weren’t being promoted very well. The music selection there varies greatly and includes just about anything that moves me and/or makes me laugh. Here’s the addy. Make yourselves at home. Beer is in the fridge.
(For the record, I have received numerous emails stating that purchases of posted material were made due to promotion of said titles from the blog.)
And a DJ. I’ve been DJing for quite some time now. Most of you have never heard of me, which might have something to do with the severe lack of self promotion over the years – I never liked that part of the job, but I’ve come to the conclusion that the self promotion game needed to be stepped up if I wanted to continue to do this.
(Sloppy Seconds promo #4)
In order to make this post as short as possible the track listing will be available in the comments section.
Other places known to have Sloppy Seconds sightings aka where to contact me-