Here it is folks! Me & my Austin Boogie Crew family had the honor to be featured as special guests for the legendary Adventures in Stereo radio show hosted by the one & only J Rocc!! It was an amazing night & absolute pleasure! We sat down for an interview, played a guest set (all […] Read More
Music, artists, and records that I recommend.
Happy to announce that I recorded a new episode in my We Love Mix series, and it’s now available for your listening pleasure. The two previous mixes were dedicated to Soul artists Otis Redding and Sharon Jones, so I decided to switch it up and pay homage to the late Jay Dee aka J Dilla. […] Read More
Live at 45 RPM – Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings The next installment of Live at 45 RPM features the mighty Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings’ 7 inch release of Ain’t Nobody. If you follow Daptone Records you can tell this is a departure from the traditional blue and grey color scheme on […] Read More
Here’s a new section where I’ll feature a different 7 inch record from my treasure chest of wax: Chorizo Funk Live at 45 RPM. When it comes to records, I like to buy them on the cheap & in person. It’s rare for me to spend over $10 on a 45 and even rarer for me […] Read More
Before I knew who Don Blackman was, I fell in love with his music. A few producers and DJ’s utilized some of his licks from his rare debut LP, and I have never forgotten those songs and the first few listens. It was only later that I learned more about the man behind the music. […] Read More
I love soul music, especially Big Body Soul. One of my many many many favorite soul records of all-time is Sunny, originally written by Bobby Hebb after the death of one of his close friends and the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Personally this song is all about reflection -> optimism -> celebration. There are […] Read More
Big Body Soul. If I had a throwback Lincoln or Cadillac, I’d be riding to soul music, and the new Lee Fields would definitely be in rotation. The great Oliver Wang did a piece on Lee Fields a couple years ago where he does a great job of putting Lee’s 40 year career in context […] Read More