a set i played last night on Renegade Radio ... no voice overs to spoil the mi ... all about the ghetto funk releases and featuring Johnny Cash, Prince, The White Stripes, The Beatles and loads more ... i hope ya like it as much as i enjoyed playing it
Featured Artists In The Mix: Geto Boys, Public Enemy, Bob Marley, Jackson 5, Ray Charles, Young MC, Eric B & Rakim, Parliament, Jimmy Castor, Trouble Funk, House of Pain and Much, Much More! In search all realms of soul, this month, I've hooked up an absolutely rockin' Ghetto Funk session, featuring remixes by producers such as Bobby C, A Skillz, DJ Wood, Ghetto Funk All-Stars, Stickybuds, Featurecast, Qdup, Slynk and then some! The energy soars from top-to-bottom, filled with rumpshaking beats, saturated with dirty, filthy funk. Sample upon sample upon sample, hooked up to true party rhythm. Turn it on and turn it up! Like the Jacksons say..."Enjoy Yourself"! Have fun, let loose and don't forget to download! Enjoy! Pass the soul on, so the world can FEEEEEEEEL IT!!!!
WARNING: This mix is not for the faint of heart. It contains
BAD Language and If you have a bad hart it is not recommend as it could cause a
hart failure from you dancing your ass off. Like the title states "LETS GET
FUNKING NASTY". I was not real sure where to place it because I have just
about form of house that I could find that was funky and put in this mix. What I mixed was Ghetto
Funk, Funky House, Funky Tech House, Funky Techno, Funky Progressive, Funky
Booty Breaks, and even some Funky Trance.
The Mix starts at 117bpm and ends at 135bpm. O ya I even have a funky comedy track, track 8 "
I WANT THE BITCHES" It will make
you laugh. So get your FUNK on, if this
one does not make you want to get up and shake your ASS you probley belong in
PARTY ON )'(
How's it going everyone? On this week's installment I have the usual grade A remixes, fillet of mashups, and freshly picked original tunes from some brilliant djs and producers. There's a sweet selection of hip-hop, soul, reggae, ska and ghetto funk, with a healthy dose of electronic wobble. Tuck in. Enjoy, Doe
This mix starts out with some slower Ghetto Funk, and old school then goes into some disco. Next we move on to some electro and house. I get a little creative at the end. Hope you like it! Feel free to share, and like the mix. :)
Funk is not dead, but only tactically retreated, regrouped and continued to attack us nu funk vibrations & breaks.
Music is perfect for explosive b-boy/freestyle party, and for the thoughtful hipster funk aesthetics.
How's it goin' On this week's show, I have the usual cream of mashups, remixes, ghetto funk, and of course, hip-hop. Tunes ranging from chillin' to hoppin'. I also threw in a few oldies with added beats from Smokey Robinson, Nirvana, The Clash and The Beatles. Take it easy, Doe
This week I'm still buzzin' off my recent 2012 DJ Stylus Awards nomination (http://stylusgroup.ca/) and have a great show brimming with brand new remixes, mashups and originals. All the tunes are upbeat groovers and they include artists like Nas, George Clinton, Nice N' Smooth, Diana Ross, and amazing DJs like A.Skillz, Bobby C Sound TV, DJ Soo and Stickybuds. Huge thanks to all the people that voted for Bootlegs & B-Sides and got it nominated for an award. Cheers, Doe-Ran
A rework of a set from "The Nut Shack" at the "Nuts in May Festival", Cumbria. UK
Something a bit different here with a festival romp through the genres starting with some Ghetto Funk &
reggae flavour at 105bpm then pitching it up towards the end through house & breaks
to finish on peak psy-breaks silliness at 135 bpm.