Monthly Archives: February 2014
Digital Crate Digging Continues..checking out this GQ Podcast : with their Multi-Genre Mix & The Noisy Freaks Guest Mix [Ep.124]…check out the playlist and the mixes..
GOING QUANTUM’S MIX
00:00 Astronaut – Rain (Centron Remix) [Monstercat/Disciple]
01:37 The Crystal Method – Over It (Bixel Boys Remix) [Free DL]
04:09 Yanntek – Moving On (Au5 Remix) [High Intensity]
06:11 501 – Inside The Machine [Never Say Die]
08:46 Favright – Funcats [Free DL]
13:09 Meta – Fringe Disco [Free DL]
THE NOISY FREAKS GUEST MIX
19:23 The Noisy Freaks – Love Robot [Tasty]
22:34 Dads On Display – Do You Disco
25:09 Branx – Smoove Operator
27:04 The Noisy Freaks – Funky Kids [Tasty]
28:40 David Orton – Let’s Talk [Plasmapool]
30:15 The Noisy Freaks – Straight Life [Tasty]
33:30 Kill Paris – To A New Earth [OWSLA]
34:36The Noisy Freaks – French Club [Tasty]
37:31 Centron – Funk Me [Disciple]
40:25 Cash Cash – Overtime [Big Beat]
42:41 Lemaître – Steady State
44:25 Louis La Roche – Malfunction [Ever After]
Sunday Jazz Continues..checking out Jimmy Smith – with a cut called Grabbin Hold…check out the players and the track….excuse the “technical difficulties” from the vinyl..
- Bass – Jimmy Merritt
- Drums – Grady Tate
- Guitar – Phil Upchurch
- Organ, Vocals – Jimmy Smith
- Percussion – Johnny Pacheco
- Reeds – Hubert Laws, Jerome Richardson, Joe Farrell, Pepper Adams
- Saxophone – Stanley Turrentine
- Trombone – Alan Ralph, Garnett Brown, Jimmy Cleveland
- Trumpet – Ernie Royal, Snookie Young, Joe Newman
Sunday Jazz Continues…starting things off with one of the Brotha O-Dog aka O-Dizzle mixes..the The Intergalactic Multi-Dimension Mix….breakbeat science / funk is dropped on the jazzy tip…check it out!!
Digital Crate Digging Continues..checking out this classic track from Digable Planets – with the Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like That)
Digital Crate In Grass Continues…after taking a brief hiatus. I’ve been busy dealing with these snakes in the grass per Quantic..check it out…
Digital Crate Digging Continues…It’s Rough Out There!! This brotha even Felt The Pressure!! That’s the meaning / reason for this O-Dog track… I Felt The Pressure…check it out!!
Digital Crate Digging Continues..checking out this smooth track from Freddie McCoy – with his version of the Beatles And I Love Her. This is from his Funk Drops album. Check out the players and the track.
- Bass – Augustus Turner
- Drums George Scott
- Piano – Joanne Brackeena
- Vibraphone [Vibes] – Freddie McCoy