Faze Miyake Mix for RinseFM
This upbeat mix by Faze Miyake should get you to the club and also keep you up after, so you don't fall asleep on the train.
Props to Faze for this one!
Letdowns and bounce backs + a dope mix.
Frantic bass and classic cover art with Teklife DJs
Boiler Room mixes to get you through the pre-Halloween downpours
Knocking pictures of your wall with Dj Auditory
Taking it across the pond for the weekend mix.
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Savoir Faire on level 100,000
Resident Advisor bring in the goons for RA Podcast No. 500
Essential mix for taking a walk in the crispy fall weather.
Dirty sounds coming from London's DJ Dappa AKA "Dusty Fingaz"
Neue Grafik brings you along for a night out in Berlin with this live mix taken from club Ritter Butzke.
A history lesson in the personalities and platforms that helped spread the hip hop and dance scene from 1980 to 1988, the "Golden Era of NYC Radio".
Vibes for the season
WhereIsFenix bringing house vibes right before the weekend
Some disco, some house, some funk from A.O. of Know Wave Radio. Please support your local pirate radio stations people. They usually play the best shit and the terrible shit at the same time.
Soothing "city-pop" that reminded me of killing hours of life on Marvel vs. Capcom 2
Please enjoy :)
Faze Miyake makes you realize you shouldn't be listening to laptop speakers with this bass heavy mix.
A criminally underrated aspect of New York is the high probability that one can find several interesting events to DROP into without a huge amount of pre-planning. Sure, everyone is now familiar with Sinatra's saying of New York being The City That Never Sleeps, but consider this one..."The Bouroughs That Never Stop Thinking" (chill, I already got that copywritten).
Take in the vibes as I travel down to the deep South to visit and embrace the family. Enjoy!
As a 10 year old kid growing up in North Mississippi, the birthplace of the sound, I recognized that traditional blues was for a prior generation. The local radio station, "92 Jamz" FM played the a wide variety of Hip Hop and R&B. I heard Salt-N-Peppa, R. Kelly, and Snoop Dog throughout the day, every day except Saturday. See, Saturday was reserved for the Blues. ZZ Hill, Marvin Sease, and Bobby Rush dominated the airwaves from 7am to 7pm. We didn't hate blues as kids, but we knew that those were Grandaddy's tunes and that the genre was on its way out.
Seems like all too often we refer to the "little idea that could" sticking to their guns and turning into industry defining success stories. While those few companies tend to be held up, like baby Simba, as models of fortitude and steadfastness, there are many many more that fold under the pressure of responsibility, ego and sometimes huge payouts.