Show 185 featured special guest, LA native and long time beat-smith veteran, Elusive (Alpha Pup), who dropped in to talk about his new beat tape "Moments" which is dropping later this month. Listen in to this exclusive beat seat + interview.
For show 184, we welcome back our good friend, the extraordinary musical talent, Lost Midas! With his new album "Undefined" just released on June 30, it was good to have him come by to spread the good word! Be sure to go cop this exceptional album! Out now on Tru Thoughts.
Featuring music from: Sampha, Toro Y Moi, Medasin, Noah Slee, Sensei sye, Hadiya, Ian Ewing, Little Dragon , & More
On this episode, we were honored in having the world renowned soul brother, Byram Joseph aka Beatchild who dropped by to share his upcoming album! Brother B blessed us with a beautiful acoustic number. Be on the lookout for "Heavy Rockin Steady" which is releasing in the Fall off BBE Music!
Multi-award-winning performing producer Byram Joseph a.k.a Beatchild & The Slakadeliqs is back at it again with a brand new single “The Good Life”, giving his fans a taste, of what’s to comeLady Gaga guitarist Ricky Tillo lends The ‘Deliqs some of his rocking guitar flavor on the tune, giving this one instant classic status. Opting for a more organic approach to The Slakadeliqs second studio album, Byram is recording the majority of the full length project to 1” analog tape and playing the majority of the instruments too.
Featuring music from: Big Wave, Gabriel Garzon-Montano, J.A.M, Madison McFerrin, De La...
Soul Circle Radio Mix Series Vol.21
Orion (London, UK)
For the 21st installment we got laced with a nice one here from UK beat-smith, Orion Anakaris (Hardjazz7). We discovered Orion back in 2015 via our good friend, Kazumi Kaneda (Japan) with their colabo project "Alpha Thought" and then with their recent banger "Phantom Record" Be on the lookout from this rising sensation!
Orion is a London, UK based beatsmith and founder of the HardJazz7 Music Netlabel. Born (Ope Alayande) in March 1990, he was raised on a wide variety of music including jazz, hip hop, disco, funk and soul. His parents got him into Gospel artists like Kirk Franklin, while Fela Kuti was his earliest introduction to Jazz leaning afrobeat music. In his early teens he’d found himself listening to alot of UK Garage and House music through pirate radio sets. Mini Discs, CD’s and Tapes were his initial formats of cho...