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dj ShmeeJay‘s Ain’t No Big Thing radio show, live on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month from 8pm – 10pm (PST) / 11pm – 1am (EST) on BoxFrequency.fm, and with a podcast syndicated on iTunes.

This week’s guest, Bombyce, is a treat. Doing his own monthly mixtape, Bombyce has taken the time out of his schedule to give us a spectacular mix. In true fashion, this delivers.

Look for Bombyce on SoundCloud, FacebookHearThis.at, and MixCloud.

Bombyce‘s set:

Serge GamsbourgThe Cool, The Hip, & The Square [Gehetto Disco Records]
George Kelly – The Brass Band [Chopshop]
KC & SUBGet Lifted (V‘s Higher Edit)
Corbi & ReynoldsLet It Play [Hot Digits Music]
Rocknrolla Soundsystem – Thank You (Stripped Groove Mix) [Katakana Edits]
Sunner Soul – Slow Down [Vintage Music]
Tête de La CoursePaul RudderMakin’ The Magic [Dikso Records]
Charlie Brown Superstar – Chicken Lickin’ [Thunder Jam Records]
Massimo VanoniPick Up The Funk [Atop Records]
Giovanni Damico – Are You Somebody [Lumberjacks in Hell]
Jary M Plige – Hate It Or Love It (Soultronic Edit)
P-SolHorizon [Royal Soul Records]

dj ShmeeJay‘s set:

FolamourWhen She Moves, I’m Moved [Diggin’ Disco Deep]
Night BanditLike A Thief In The Night (Superprince Edit)
Voodoo WhiskeySingapore Sling [Masterworks Music]
The RevengeStay A While feat. Sister Sledge [Roar Groove]
Deep & DiscoSo Tight [Razor-N-Tape]
BelaboucheStar Wars [FKR]
The O’Jays – Darling Baby (Dr Packer Rework)
PonchartrainLife Saver [Whiskey Disco]
Martin BrodinFunky Gura [Nine Lives Recordings]
Cape CubSwim (YSE Saint Laur’Ant Extended DJ Edit)

If you like this mix, please take the time to go to my Facebook page and ‘like’ me there. I certainly will like that. And if you want a copy of just Bombyce’s mix feel free to grab it here.

Mirum tempora,

folO Olof

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dj ShmeeJay‘s Ain’t No Big Thing radio show, live on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month from 8pm – 10pm (PST) / 11pm – 1am (EST) on BoxFrequency.fm, and with a podcast syndicated on iTunes.

This episode i host good man, ATL to Seattle transplant, Mark Lippert. Mark’s musical journey started with two 15’s in the back of his ’78 Corolla and has pretty much gone down hill since then. Hailing from the lazy left-coast of Florida, Mark started DJing in Atlanta 15+ years ago, and now resides in Seattle.

His primary focus is that he has no focus. All the manifestations of house are game: from slo-mo disco-infused jams to tripped-out techno and everything else in between. Being part of both the Atlanta-based Warm Art music collective and a resident with Cardio has allowed him to play with several of his music idols, like Charles Webster and Morgan Geist; as well as stalwarts like Alexi Delano, Franklin de Costa, and Ame. Plus disco-house stars Psychemagik and Eddie C, and up-and-comers like Trus’Me and Soul Clap.

In essence, Mark enjoys doing things with people who enjoy doing things with people in places where music can be enjoyed with those people.

Look for Mark Lippert on SoundCloud, Facebook, ResidentAdvisor, Twitter, HearThis.at, and MixCloud.

Mark Lippert‘s set:

Intro to Sailing
ByDesign – Whatever (It Takes)
New Musik – Hunting (Young Edits Hunters And Records Collectors Edit)
Slow Hands – Unwhimted Whuuub
Alan Parsons Project – Games People Play (6th Borough Project Edit)

dj ShmeeJay‘s set:

Mr. Bird ft. Greg BlackmanWhere Did The Party Go [BBE Music]
Sleazy McQueen ft. Obas NenorLove Theme [Whiskey Disco]
LTJ XperienceBeggar Groove [Irma CasaDiOrimordine]
The Silver RiderLuv Ur Lyfe [Smokecloud Records]
The Funk DistrictI Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You [DiscoDat]
NebraskaRat Boogie [Friends & Relations]
LuvlessRight Now [Razor-N-Tape Reserve]
YSE Saint-Laur’AntThe Optimistic Voyeur [Editorial]
The Beat BrokerIce Castle [Eskimo Recordings]
Johnny Nash – Closer (Belabouche Edit)

If you like this mix, please take the time to go to my Facebook page and ‘like’ me there. I certainly will like that. And if you want a copy of just Mark’s mix feel free to grab it here.

Panthera,

folO Olof

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dj ShmeeJay‘s Ain’t No Big Thing radio show, live on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month from 8pm – 10pm (PST) / 11pm – 1am (EST) on BoxFrequency.fm, and with a podcast syndicated on iTunes.

This episode i host DJ, producer, record label owner and local disco pioneering based in Costa Rica Napoleon. Straight out of the depths of the tropics at the late 2013, DJ, producer, record label owner and tireless crate digger Napoleon turns promptly into the Costa Rican and Central American disco pioneering gaining serious reputation worldwide through his highly acclaimed 7″ vinyl release Sudden Edit 001, the very first ever Costa Rican disco edits vinyl that arrived to record stores worldwide.

As producer, his music knows no frontiers and has been released on vinyl and digital format by well-know record labels in the game such as Kolour LTD, Editorial Records, Editor’s Kutz, Wall Of Fame, Masterworks Music, The Queen & Disco and also his own Wonderful Times record label being the first ever Latin American born and raised producer with signed music on those record labels.

Napoleon also runs Wonderful Times, the first ever Costa Rican disco edits record label and party in town with released music supported and played by scene heavyweights such as Nicky Siano, Mark Farina, Soul Clap, Nick Monaco, Jay West, Lovebirds, Jacques Renault, DJ Nature, Obas Nenor, Marcel Vogel, Fouk, Kraak & Smaak and many more. On the decks, Napoleon’s distinctive sound are usually a blend of records from peaktime vintage-sampled disco and infectious boogie to high quality funk-flavoured deepest house and somewhere in-between always pitches things down and focuses on the dancefloor.

Look for Napoleon on SoundCloud, Facebook, InstagramTwitter as well as on his blog For Devotional Use Only.

Also look for Napoleon’s Wonderful Times on SoundCloud and Facebook.

Napoleon‘s set is his little secret, but if you ask nicely maybe he’ll tell us.

dj ShmeeJay‘s set:

Ed Wizard & Disco Double DeeLove Me Too [Whiskey Disco Small Batch]
Chewy RubsAny Way You Know (Re-Dubed) [Deep Sense]
Massimo VanoniFree My Mind [Hot Digits Music]
Drop Out Orchestra – Be Free with Your Love feat. Vinny Vero (Opolopo Dub Remix) [Tokyo Dawn]
Corbi & GrayMake Me Do It [Hot Digits Music]
NebraskaStop Playing With My Heart [Friends & Relations]
Francis Inferno OrchestraSo Divine [Dikso Records]
His Dirty SecretsFantom (African Woman) [Masterworks Music]
PontchartrainL&H [Rocksteady Disco]
DeeliciousCan’t Live Without You [Hot Digits Music]
NapoleonWonderful Woman [Wall of Fame]
Magnetic SoulStratisfied [Dab Hand]
LTJGet The Funk [DiscoDat]
Cat Stevens The Wind (Jon Brown Edit) [Treehouse Muzique]

If you like this mix, please take the time to go to my Facebook page and ‘like’ me there. I certainly will like that. And if you want a copy of just Napolean’s mix feel free to grab it here.

Mirum tempora,

folO Olof

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dj ShmeeJay‘s Ain’t No Big Thing radio show, live on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month from 8pm – 10pm (PST) / 11pm – 1am (EST) on BoxFrequency.fm, and with a podcast syndicated on iTunes.

This episode i host Geneva, Switzerland based dj Estèphe. Estèphe and I have been chatting music online for quite a while now, and him pushing out a mix I made several years ago is a big reason how I started to get traction and eventual the offer to host my own radio show. Hence I consider Estèphe a bit of an unsung hero that I am especially excited to have him the show.

Look for Estèphe on MixCloud and Facebook.

Estèphe‘s set is his little secret.

dj ShmeeJay‘s set:

M.ono & LuvlessLosing Memory [Kolour LTD 10]
Nina SimoneHere Comes The Sun (François K Remix) [Innervision]
Motor City Drum Ensemble – Raw Cuts 5 (MCDE Mix) [MCDE]
Bryan FerryLoop De Li (Ray Mang‘s Let’s Be Frank Disco Edit) [BMG]
Cody CurrieHeineken [Better Listen Records]
MosaikCasette [Wall of Fame]
Dr PackerOoh I Wonder [Masterworks Music]
P-Sol – Horizon [Royal Soul Records]
Talking HeadsThis Must Be The Place (Psychemagik Naive Edit)
Luvless Be Mine [Tsuba Records]
Sufjan Stevens Star of Wonder (Solid Gold Wonder Wheel Edit)
Fern Kinney – Together We Are Beautiful (Sandman’s Bedtime Edit)
Jaki Whitren & John CartwrightThis Time (Al Usher Remix) [Emotional Rescue]
The Jackson 5I Want Your Back (Dimitri From Brooklyn Edit) [Razor-N-Tape]
King MostFiesta Forever (Osmose Mix) [Smokecloud Records]

If you like this mix, please take the time to go to my Facebook page and ‘like’ me there. I certainly will like that. And if you want a copy of just Estèphe’s mix feel free to grab it here.

Espania musica,

folO Olof

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dj ShmeeJay‘s Ain’t No Big Thing radio show, live on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month from 8pm – 10pm (PST) / 11pm – 1am (EST) on BoxFrequency.fm, and with a podcast syndicated on iTunes.

This episode I host Brazilan dj Tee Cardaci. The key to Tee Cardaci’s international success as a DJ, producer and creative director is an implicit understanding that funk is a universal language. Over a DJ career that spans 24 years and counting, Cardaci has toured through 33 countries, produced countless music events, and shared the stage with groundbreaking musical luminaries. His uncompromising pursuit of pushing music forward has seen him rocking dancefloors from San Francisco’s most revered groove temples and the United Kingdom’s biggest festivals to private villa parties in Ibiza — and even at Brazil’s biggest women’s prison.

His global vision of dance music is diverse and eclectic yet firmly rooted in the canon of black music, including deep dives into funk and soul, disco, house and boogie and flirtatious forays into post-punk, psychedelic and old-school hip-hop. As a lifetime collector of music, his knowledge of multiple genres, from the mainstream to the most obscure, is among the world’s elite. Above all, his gift of connecting with people of all persuasions and in all situations through the power of music makes memories.

Although he began DJing in 1991 while living on the East Coast of the United States, the chronicles of a life that would be dedicated to the singular passion of music started being written much earlier. Cardaci moved west to San Francisco in 1997 to work for the seminal dance label Hardkiss Music, and it was in the City by the Bay where his style blossomed and evolved. He anchored several DJ residencies at notable hotspots like Liquid, where he played for four years, and The Top, where their opening happy hour DJs were Justin Martin and Sammy D, now known as a Dirty Bird artist and member of PillowTalk, respectively.

From his current home base in Rio de Janeiro, Cardaci plays at the most exclusive spots in the city. But he also maintains his healthy connection to the underground, playing free parties from the beaches of Ipanema to high atop the favelas.

As a producer, Cardaci has released music as part of the group 2 Block Radius, created timely edits under the Sine Qua Non moniker, and has explored other aliases including The Beat Nicker and Teeski At The GoGo. He has always classified himself primarily as a DJ, but his productions have gained a strong and dedicated following on Soundcloud and through an international roster of supportive DJs such as Severino Panzeta (Horse Meat Disco), Kev Beadle, Mark Quark, Finn Cambell Notman (The Groovers), Sergio Fedasz (GO Bang/Synthetigers) and Hesohi. Severino even contributed a remix to last year’s 12-inch single release from 2 Block Radius on San Francisco label Uncut Records.

“I think my musical knowledge and the depth of my crates is strong enough to go head to head with the best DJs of their genre,” notes Cardaci, “but what I feel I can do that sets me apart is combine the best tunes of all these genres and all these eras in one cohesive set, depending on the venue, crowd, time of day or night and general vibe of the party.”

Look for Tee Cardaci on SoundCloud, MixCloud as well as his website.

Tee Cardaci‘s set:

Rudy NormanBack To The Streets (7″) [New Day Records]
Jan Hammer GroupDon’t You Know (LP) [Nemperor Records]
That ThingThat Thing Pt.2 (7″) [Juniper Records]
40 ThievesBackward Love (LP) [Leng]
Joutro MundoEnergria (EP) [Midnight Riot Records]
Toney LeeReach Up (Dub Mix) (12″) [Radar Records]
LolaWax The Van (Dub) (7″) [Jump Street Records]
RobertoSafari (7″) [Red Motorbike]
RomanowskiStudio 2 (MLB Remix) (7″) [Names You Can Trust]
Debra DejeanGoosebumps (7″) [Handshake Records and Tapes]
Carly SimonMelt My Heart (Tranquilo) (12″) [Electra]
Grace JonesNipple To The Bottle (12″) [Island Records]
Painel de ControleBlack Coco (12″) [RCA Victor]
Donna McGheeIt Ain’t No Big Thing (LP) [Red Greg Records]

dj ShmeeJay‘s set:

Bob James – Sign Of The Times (Karim Time Of The Signs Edit)
Ziggy PhunkEnjoy Being With You [Editorial]
Al Kent Edits4006 [Razor-N-Tape]
Herb AlpertRise (Late Nite Tuff Guy Mix) [Herb Alpert Presents Inc.]
The O’Jays – Give The People Want They Want (Scratchandsniff re-rub)
Shakatak – Easier Said Than Done (Copycat‘s Slight Re-edit)
Peter Jaques Band – Mighty Fine (Disco Tech Edit)
NoRequestsJonesin’ For You [Dikso Records]
BeatconductorRagonte [Spicy]
WarSlippin’ Into Darkness (byDesign rework)
Warsaw Afrobeat OrchestraArrogant [Polski Radio]
Warsaw Afrobeat OrchestraNiepoznany [Polski Radio]

If you like this mix, please take the time to go to my Facebook page and ‘like’ me there. I certainly will like that. And if you want a copy of just Tee’s mix feel free to grab it here.

Espania musica,

folO Olof

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