1. Get Down Edits – Do For Love
2. Nas – Can I (Reflex Remix)
3. Mean Fiddler & Treacherous Three – The Body Rock (Pide Piper Hip Hop Dope Mix)
4. Kartell – Two Step
5. Mashed Up Funk – Tycoons Message
6. Gramatik – U R The One
7. No Requests – I Love Biggie More
8. Dads On Display – Do You Disco
9. Dirty Dubsters ft. Afu Ra – Real Shit
10. Bobby C Sound TV – Ready Steady
11. DJ Maars – Loose Juice
12. Donald Byrd – Wind Paradise (King Most Dub Em’Down Redirection)
13. Funky DL ft. Amy Winehouse – Made For You
1. Toby Montana & Dan Caster “Mama Say” Let It Play
2. Random Soul Feat Joshua Heath “Time To Funk” (Random Soul’s Sax Dub) RSR
3. Cherie Lee “Love Me Or Leave Me” (Oliver $ Remix) dance club records
4. Tapesh & Maximiljan “Be Down” Noir
5. Miguel Migs Feat Lisa Shaw “Lose Control” (Dave Mayer Instrumental) Salted
A Random Soul “Mysterious” RSR
6. Dutchican Soul “Get On Down” (Yogi & Husky’s Remix) Salted
7. Yogi & Husky Feat Natalie Conway “Lost Inside Your Eyes” CDR
8. Knee Deep “Mysterious” Knee Deep
A Random Soul “Mysterious” RSR
The theme of this year’s radiothon is The Evolution Will Not Be Televised.
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STOLEN RECORDS GALA BALL – GAELIC THEATRE – FRIDAY JULY 16
Returning after a sellout show last year during last year’s Save FBi, Sydney’s hip hop community is banding together and donning their finest to bring you the Stolen Records Gala Ball. Hosted by FBi’s own Shantan Wantan Ichiban, dust off your tux and grab a date, we promise a night you won’t forget.
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$12 supporters / $17 non supporters / $22 on the door. All proceeds go to FBi Radio.
Check out the pics from last years event
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STOLEN RECORDS on Sunsets
Wednesdays from 6PM on FBi 94.5FM
Shantan Wantan Ichiban (aka Emperor Nasi Goreng) and Donny Trump mash up the ill-est local and overseas Hip Hop; Grime; Mormon Gangsta Hyphy; Baltimore; Dancehall; Reggae; Nu Soul and New Jack. We pride ourselves on our off-the-wall freestyle sessions, bumping guest DJ sets and Q&A style interviews of only the best hip hop journalistic quality.
Stolen Records represents all things Hip Hop in Sydney, and of course the land down unda! We are proud to rep our local emcee’s, DJs, singers, dancers, breakers, shakers and fried chicken makers. And mostly importantly we’re here to support community radio on FBi, so show some lover-lover and lets be friends.
It’s the usual story.. So much music and so little time. I’ve tried to cram in as much as I could in this mix. Definitely would have liked to have put more Gang Starr amongst it, but I know that there are already a heap of tribute mixes out there that cover the whole Gang Starr catalog. I hope this tribute mix gives a more rounded look at the musical career of Guru. There are a bunch of tracks he guested on, and a bunch of tracks where he put down the microphone and got behind the boards. It’s all good. Even that track with the spice girl has a place.. What more can be said? Rest in peace Guru.
GROOVE THERAPY has been broadcasting since 2002, every Friday lunchtime (12pm) on radio 2SER FM, Sydney Australia.
The show is presented and mixed by Shannon Briggs (Frenzie)
Frenzie has hosted numerous radio shows on 5 different community radio stations, written articles and columns for a heap of street press publications, and been playing records up and down the east coast since the late 1980’s.
02. Gang Starr – Intro (The First Step)
03. Gang Starr – Execution Of A Chump (No More Mr. Nice Guy Pt. 2)
04. Gang Starr – Name Tag (Premier & The Guru)
05. Gang Starr – Speak Ya Clout (Feat. Jeru the Damaja & Lil Dap)
06. Gang Starr – Peace Of Mine
07. Gang Starr – Eulogy Continue reading →
Gilles P dance-floor jazz set for Brownswood Records
Niche Productions Presents: This 11 piece live afrobeat/funk/soul/latin band is simply one of the best live bands in the world and features eleven of the hottest and baddest musicians New York has to offer.
This is high energy, rhythmic, contagious and political music that turns your shoes into dancing machines and your hips into a frenzy. Antibalas has been a fixture at the crossroads of international music since their humble Brooklyn beginnings in 1998. As a group entity, they are largely responsible for reviving and innovating an obscure but dynamic style of music known as afrobeat, tirelessly spreading its gospel to over thirty countries around the world, from New York’s Rikers Island Prison to the stage of Carnegie Hall, from Tokyo to Turkey.
As collaborators, they have worked with artists such as Paul Simon, TV on the Radio, Baaba Maal, Burning Spear, Public Enemy, The Roots, Angelique Kidjo, Sinead O’Connor, and Medeski, Martin and Wood. In addition, members of Antibalas have made their imprint on recordings by Mark Ronson, Ornette Coleman, Amy Winehouse, Beck, The Foals, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, and countless other bands from underground to multi-platinum, spanning the genres of funk, jazz, soul, rock, and experimental music
In 2009, members of Antibalas have arranged the music for, and are also performing on Broadway in FELA! a musical about the African icon and afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti.
Antibalas – War is a Crime
Antibalas – Big Man Live at The Yerba Buena Center Gardens, San Francisco, CA. June 29, 2004
Gilles Peterson is one of BBC1’s favourite presenters, with his blessing deeming an artist worldwide success. From humble beginnings as an acid jazz DJ to hosting one of the most popular radio shows worldwide, Gilles has been responsible for aiding the careers of many of the musicians around today.
In 2006 Gilles launched his most recent record labal ‘Brownswood Recordings’ after the street he used to live on. To date the label has released records by British singer/songwriter Ben Westbeech, 45 piece live act The Heritage Orchestra, Japanese punk jazz band Soil & “Pimp” Sessions, Brooklyn based pianist Elan Mehler, jazz vocalist José James, and two volumes of a soulful compilation album series called Brownswood Bubblers.
Releasing over 30 mixtape albums to date, Gilles Peterson is perhaps one of the most famous DJs on the planet, and is a regular feature at festivals all over the world.
Check out this rare live recording of Gilles in Sydney on The Soul Show, 2RES, 1994
Also check this wicked dancefloor jazz set he played for Brownswood Records @ iLL Communications 9th April
Check out Gilles Peterson Interview @ SubSub
Talks about some great interview’s, music sources and internet radio
Thursday 4 March, a night not to be missed as the finest live and DJ acts take to the stage for a party the likes of the Manning Bar has never seen! Tickets on sale Wednesday 3 February from manningbar.com, moshtix.com and all moshtix outlets.