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May 16, 2015 05:51 PM PDT

As a child I spent countless hours glued in front of the television watching videos on MTV, but when we finally got BET in '84 I was introduced to an act of Smoot Operators that would have a long-lasting effect on me and legions of others. Appearing in constant rotation was one of the most aesthetically pleasing acts, unbound by genre that continue to confound music lovers to this day. Was Sade Folk, Soul, Jazz, RnB, a combination of all of the above or none of them at all? It never mattered as long as they continued to provide their mysterious trademark sound. 6 albums and 4 Grammy's later, they're still one of my favorite bands and a constant source of inspiration for up and comers.
Pearls is a testament to the countless number of acts, regardless of genre, that have been touched by Sade. Their remakes or remixes is their homage to a sound that can not be encapsulated but forever enjoyed. Dance, love or chill out to this

May 16, 2015 05:51 PM PDT

As a child I spent countless hours glued in front of the television watching videos on MTV, but when we finally got BET in '84 I was introduced to an act of Smoot Operators that would have a long-lasting effect on me and legions of others. Appearing in constant rotation was one of the most aesthetically pleasing acts, unbound by genre that continue to confound music lovers to this day. Was Sade Folk, Soul, Jazz, RnB, a combination of all of the above or none of them at all? It never mattered as long as they continued to provide their mysterious trademark sound. 6 albums and 4 Grammy's later, they're still one of my favorite bands and a constant source of inspiration for up and comers.
Pearls is a testament to the countless number of acts, regardless of genre, that have been touched by Sade. Their remakes or remixes is their homage to a sound that can not be encapsulated but forever enjoyed. Dance, love or chill out to this

May 03, 2015 08:03 PM PDT

Covers 6 once again contains jazzy recreations of some of your past and present favorites. In addition, Durand Bernarr provides his unique flair on Rae Sremmurd's Throw Su Mo while we wait for a his next proper release and Joyce Wrice pays tribute to our favorite producer in common, Devante Swing. Slap on the headphones, press play and cover up with these musical goodies

March 24, 2015 04:13 PM PDT

On its way to becoming another much - loved series in the tradition of Stop and Listen, the Spectrum compilations, or perhaps more aptly Kon & Amir’s Off Track sets all from BBE, On Deck has been a music-format manifestation of the Birmingham, Alabama-based website BamaLoveSoul for the past couple of years.
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1. Waju & Garimastah feat Muc J – Alive
2. Salah Ananse – When I Call
3. Columbia Nights – Wait A While
4. Idesia – Nu
5. Renee Dion – Not Enough
6. Dos Angeles – I Just Came To Save Your Life
7. Sean Haefeli – Essential
8. Mental Abstrato – Feeling Good
9. DOC Mastermind – Space Homeboy pt2
10. Rob Milton feat_ Ill Camille – Her
11. J Mitchell Melodiousfly – Holy Breath
12. Jazz Spastiks – Jazzspormers
13. Henry Wu – Joint Seventeen
14. Saturn’s Children – Help Me
15. Suede Jury – Soul Child

March 03, 2015 06:49 PM PST

Some Jazz 17 delves into the catalogues of Madlib’s many jazz personas, mosy notably Yesterday’s New Quintet. You really have to give it up to the brother for doing so well at tackling the massive strata of the Jazz genre. Madlib as YNQ represents a bridge between Jazz and Hip Hop, and as a torchbearer in this sense, his efforts should be applauded. DJ Rahdu does just that in this Love Letter to his genius and passion. For the sake of cohesion, given the hour long time frame given, this set focuses more on the funky, rare grooves, Mizell, Hip Hop building block side of jazz. Enjoy and spread the word!

February 17, 2015 06:34 PM PST

Let DJ Rahdu put some funk in your Hump Day with the latest in theLe Moelleux de Danse series. Upbeat from beginning to end, you'll jam in your cubicle while counting down the hours to emancipation from your occupation. Rahdu has taken his favorite recent jams and blended, mixed and compiled them all here for your enjoyment. Lace up your dancing shoes and spread the word!

February 05, 2015 06:55 PM PST

I visited Dusty Groove today and was unhappy to see Jose James' Billie Holiday cover album, Yesterday I Had The Blues had already sold out. I was able to listen to some snippets on iTunes but digi downloads are not available in the States yet. His version of Body and Soul is amazing! I've been listening to a lot of Jazz lately and covers of standards occurs frequently within this genre. This installment of Covers falls heavy on jazz versions of some of your favorite tunes, so join me on the chill-out tip and enjoy

January 31, 2015 07:33 PM PST

Today is Super Bowl Sunday so I present a Super Chilled out Some Jazz for you to enjoy. Composed of many recently discovered artists, I hope this compilation adds joy and stress free vibes as you root your team to victory. To those completely oblivious to the game, like myself, pop this in during Sunday dinner and marinate to the selections with a nice red.

Satoshi Yoshida - The Source
Matthew Halsall - The Move
Nat Birchall - Ancient World
Allsopp, Vosloo, Stanley, Giles - The Sleeper
Impermanence Trio - In The Light With the Dark On
Sebastian Spanache Trio - On Such Short Notice
The Cookers Quintet - Mudbug Shuffle
Verneri Pohjola - Another Day
Rudy Royston - Gangs of New york
RJ Spangler Trio - Back in the Day

August 05, 2014 02:24 AM PDT

We would like to thank everyone for spreading the word about The Diamond Soul XXXperience! We've watched our listeners continue to grow with each episode, and we know that it is with your help that this has taken place. To set off the first show in August we take selections from new albums by Eric Roberson, Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark and The Shaolin Afronaut to show you what needs to be added to your musical selection. Enjoy!

July 31, 2014 08:40 PM PDT

Every now and then the [some] jazz series will feature labels around the world that are putting out some of the finest in jazz music. The Posi-Tone catalog provides both new fans and devoted listeners with something they can count on to deliver the energy that exists in the current world of jazz

Joe Magnarelli - Easy Transition
Nick Hempton - Five Ways Through Harsimus Cove
Ralph Bowen - Yesterdays
Orrin Evans' Captain Black Big Band - Maestra
Brian Charette - Ease Back
Michael Dease - Roppongi
Jared Gold - Cubano Chant
Walt Weiskopf - Night Vision
Steve Fidyk - Love For Sale
Sean Nowell - In the Shikshteesh
Peter Brendler - Walk on the Wild Side

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