Ken from the Log.0s:
SeanO started off the show with a great set of South African House! A big thank you to Asya Shien of @fusicology for the help with the curation of the mix!
Jason McGuiness came through the studio to talk about and premiere his new project, Masterpiece EP: A Whitfield/Strong Tribute. We premiered two tracks, “Papa Was A Rolling Stone” and “Smiling Faces” from his new release, and talked to him about making the record with some of LA’s finest musicians. You can purchase the Masterpiece EP at analogburners.bandcamp.com.
Val The Vandle dropped the 3am hour set of hip hop, soul, and other heat! Music from Schoolboy Q, Jhene Aiko, Mayer Hawthorne, and more.
This week’s episode saw some pretty cool things happen…We got a super dope guest from the Bay Area – DJ Wonway Possibul to come through and drop a set. E Reece is a talented artist who popped up to tell some interesting stories/memories of Reggae Pops who passed recently. Last but not least, producer/DJ Amerigo Gazaway was our third guest for the show.
Wonway Posibul spent the week in Los Angeles, spun at a few spots, and ended his trip with the Soundwaves crew, playing an exclusive track of his and music from The Love Loungers, Pomo, Stevie Wonder, and more. We also talkedo to him about his upcoming theatre run, and his radio show at KPFA in Berkeley. Make sure to check out his Soundcloud page for mixes and music selections.
Catch up with Wonway Posibul:
E Reece came through the studio to talk to us about his upcoming projects in 2014. We played a few of his older tracks, and premiered an exclusive new track, “This is…,” produced by I, Ced.
Catch up with E Reece:
Frank Foreal had a great conversation with Amerigo Gazaway about his new project, Yasiin Gaye, which is comprised of music from Yasiin Bey and Marvin Gaye. The project is a thorough examination these two catalogs, and Amerigo did a great job creating these duets. Frank put together a quick mix of the Yasiin Gaye project, and then talked to Amerigo about making music in 2014, his career, and battling record labels.
Catch up with Amerigo Gazaway:
Beat Swap Meet invaded our show for this particular episode. Co-host DJ GroWeyez kicked off the show with a 40 minute mix that included some classic tracks from LA favorites, including Jimetta Rose, Aloe Blacc, J-1, and i, CED.
Los Angeles-based DJ Jawa was the first guest of the night, dropping a solid set of hip hop and rare grooves. His stellar scratches and cuts highlight just two of the numerous reasons why Jawa is one of the most sought-after djs in the city.
Catch up with Jawa:
Click the link and listen to Lanzo as the indie music producer showcases his live beat-making skills using electronic and experimental hip hop music.
Catch up with Lanzo:
Radius Etc’s live beat set doesn’t disappoint! Listen/download the heat here.
Catch up with Radius Etc:
Thanks to a very cool invention called “The Internet” Soundwaves host Panamami was able to secure an awesome set and exclusive interview with KEXP radio personality DJ Chilly. You can catch up with DJ Chilly on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Be sure to also check out his weekly Monday show EL SONIDO from 6-9pm on KEXP.
As if it wasn’t enough to coordinate and conduct an interview, Panamami followed up DJ Chilly with a short but amazing 11 minute set which included tracks from Novalima, Goapele, and more. Follow up with Panamami via her Facebook, Twitter, and Soundcloud.
Two brand new set’s wasn’t enough for this weeks episode, so Groweyez decided to step up to bat and rocked a solid 20+ minute set filled with uptempo flavors and dance floor sure shots.
Frank Foreal closed out the show with music from around the spectrum, including Blue Note Records’ first Japanese artist, Takuya Kuroda, and even dropped an unreleased beat that he made. Catch up with Frank Foreal via his Twitter, Facebook, and Soundcloud.
You can stream the entire episode via our mixcloud below. Stay Fresh!
One of my favorite things about hosting a weekly radio show is hearing new sounds each and every week. This episode is jam packed with new tunes, future sounds and heartbreaking soul.
Al Jackson, local Los Angeles legend, kicked the show off and played a very soulful set which included songs from Erykah Badu, Dwele and Dil Jackson. Catch up with Al Jackson on Facebook and Twitter and be sure to check out his podcast as well.
Up to bat after Al Jackson we had Soulection selector Kronika who showed up early and stayed late (our favorite kind of guest). She stepped up and dropped tracks from Slum Village, Busta Rhymes, and Big Pun and had the whole studio bumpin’ until the end of her set. Step your social media bars up and follow Kronika on Soundcloud, Twitter, and Facebook. And … In case you have been living under a rock, follow what the good folks over at Soulection are doing.
Closing out the show we had a very special guest mix from the lovely Shiva. She was kind enough to submit an exclusive mix filled with future bass sounds and smooth juke edits. Catch up with Shiva on Twitter, Facebook, and Soundcloud.
You can stream the entire episode in full via our mixcloud below. Stay Fresh my friends!
Frank Foreal had a great conversation with Oliver Wang about the upcoming 10 year anniversary of his blog, Soul-Sides.com, his love for covers, and more. He also played a few songs for us! His crates are deep, so it was an honor to have him bless the airwaves with some of his favorite tracks. You can also find Oliver spinning tonight at the official 10 year anniversary party tonight, Feb 27, at Devil’s Pie in Little Tokyo, DTLA, featuring guest DJ Thes One and residents SeanO and Phatrick.
Here’s what Oliver played for us:
Charles May & Annette May Thomas – Keep My Baby Warm
West Coast Revival – Feelin’ Alright
Pete Rodriguez – Pete’s Boogaloo
Dizzy Gillespie – Matrix
Labi Siffre – A Little More Line