Mix of the Day: “Bad Boy Original Samples Mix” By Frank The Butcher & DJ7L

Remember the Bad Boy era, above all the jiggy shit and the shiny suits, Puffy & Cie “proceeded to give us what we needed” in terms of housing some of the finest NYC producers. The label’s dominant run topp...
by DJ Asma


Future Classic: Eman x Vlooper “Mantra”

Hip-Hop album hype usually comes off of one lead single. I still remember seeing the Still D.R.E video for the first time and I knew right then and there the album would be a classic. It’s a hard thing to pull off but ill...
by DJ Asma



Mix of the Day : Bem Quente “Brazilian Club Jazz, Pop & Groove”

The perfect mix for your world cup party. It’s a mistura of everything that we love about brazilian music with a transcending genre focus which goes deeper in to Musica Popular Brasileira. It contains songs that are quite...
by DJ Asma


Future Classic: Dead Obies “Collation Vol. 2 – Limon Verde: La Experiencia”

Dead Obies are on the rise. Hot off their Polaris Prize shortlist nomination and the critical acclaim of their excellent Montreal $ud, Limon Verde is the holy grail strain of sativa and the Obies are experimenting with new sty...
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Forgotten Treasure: Mikey Dread “African Anthem Dubwise” (1979)

Reggae music’s history is a rich tapestry composed of many essential elements from Jamaica to the U.K and back. Vocalists, producers, riddims, bass, drums,dubplates, electronic equipment (like the Echoplex) and mythologic...
by DJ Asma


Forgotten Treasure: Pharoah Sanders “You Gotta Have Freedom” (1980)

If artistic freedom is hard to define than Free Jazz is even harder to define. Jazz can be considered the art of improvising and the melodic ancher that holds down a semblance of standard is the only constraint a player can def...
by DJ Asma