Acid Yazz Part 1 - Sole Jamz by Ghostdad
Intro / Silent Boom | Reverend Billy - The Unknown | Azymuth - Young Embrace | The Love Unlimited Orchestra - Strange Games & Things | Amanda Blank - Lemme Get Some | Alex Goose - Oh My Soul | Yes - Long Distance Runaround | Phantogram - When I'm Small | Bullion - Don't Talk | Madeleine Chartrand - Ani-Kuni | Selda - Ince Ince (devlin edit) | Beyond the Wizards Sleeve - Aglarsa Anam Aglar | Andrea True Connection - More, More, More | Bobby Rush - Do The Do | Souleance - Chemise | On Hold / Soul Jams
1.Robot Disaster - Boy (Jeuce Rework)
2.Hostage - Requiem (Original Mix)
3.Filthy Rehab - Do It now! (Figure and Danny Soundz Remix)
4.Figure - We Are Warriors (Original Mix)
5.Guttstar - Not Money or Show (Kastle Remix)
6.Big Boi - Shutterbug (Jack Beats Remix)
7.Diplo and Don Diabo - Make you Pop (Tommie Sunshine and Figure Remix)
8.Calvertron - Everybody (Original Mix)
9.Filthy Rehab - Do It Now!(Original Mix)
10.Ajapai - What Do You Hear (Clockwatcher Edit)
11.Figure - Ima Drop (Original Mix)
12.Figure - The Phantom (Original Mix)
13.Figure - Lover Of the Broken (Original Mix)
14.Flinch - Crankenstein (Original Mix)
15.WoNk - Lets Av It (Filthy Rehab Remix)
16.Guido Van Santen - Hotter Than Hot! (Figure Remix)
A couple of years ago my good friend DJ 2 Deep was telling me about how he could not stand Christmas music. I found out it was because despite his vast knowledge of soul & Hip-Hop, the only Christmas music he knew about was stuff like Peggy Lee's Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree & The Chipmunk Christmas Album which are cool, but that is not what was on the Christmas mixtapes my dad played around the house when I was growing up. So I hooked him up with with some of my favorite Christmas joints from James Brown, The Jackson 5, The Temptations, Etta James, & Donny Hathaway. Now he loves Christmas music, specifically this mix of songs. Sorry there is nothing from The Dipset or Deathrow Christmas albums, maybe next year.
What do you get when you combine one of the hottest up-and-coming hip-hop emcees with a powerhouse indie rock band? In a word, a jam! The new single "Guiding Light" is a feel good song that seamlessly blends the clever word play of Oreo Jones with the psychedelic vibes of Jookabox. From the onset of Jookabox's infectious instrumental, the listener is compelled to nod their head, so by the time Oreo begins his first verse, they're ready to follow wherever his rhymes may lead. "Guiding Light" is the lead single from Oreo's upcoming Oreo Jones and Friends EP.
With the holidays upon us, it only feels right to give back to the community. In that spirit, for his upcoming Oreo Jones and Friends EP, Oreo has joined forces with X103, Butler Scion, My Old Kentucky Blog, and Heavy Gun Recordings to assist VH1's Save The Music. Protecting music programs in our schools is a cause near and dear to Oreo as his mother and aunts are public school teachers. The project features collaborations between Mr. Jones and Jookabox, Woodhands, Pravada, We Are Hex, Laura Balke, Grey Granite, and J. Brookinz. The EP will be released on January 13th for free, with listeners being encouraged to donate whatever possible to Save the Music. The release will also be accompanied by a free show and benefit auction at Local's Only that night.
Spheres of Fury from Christopher Hewitt on Vimeo.
Born from a love of classic 80s war films Spheres of Fury is an action packed pastiche. The bravado and attitude that pours from these movies is nothing but a treat to watch, our modern remake aims to capture some of those magical moments but with a slightly comical, modern stance.