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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.

This is my 100th show that I’ve called Ain’t No Big Thing, so to emphasize that I did this all ShmeeJay.

Duff DiscoAlways On My Mind [Editorial]
Chewy RubsStrange Love [Bandolier Records]
dj Steef – Adversity [Numoment Records]
KelliniOne Decision From Disaster [Masterworks Music]
Scared Of U (Chuggin Edits) [FKR Records] *Forthcoming
Luke MillionArnold [Future Classic]
Bustin’ Out Of Doors (Edit) [Athens of the North]
Closed ParadiseSwang It [Better Listen Records]
LKYour Luv Is Mine [Roots For Bloom Records]
Hober MallowSunshine [Anything Goes]
O.R.S.Body To Body Boogie (Sould Out & The Funk District Edit)
Jerry JonesCompared To What (RocknRolla Soundsystem Edit)
James RodBoarder Pass [Eclectics]
dj Steef  – Two Reasons [Numoment Records]
OuvrijsterFlamboyant [Make Believe Disco]
Old ChapDamn Your Eyes [Editorial]
Ed Wizard & Disco Double DeeLove Cruise [Editorial]
Astrud GilbertoBlack Magic Part II (Petko Turner Edit)
Twinzz – On Broadway [Hot Digits Music]
FreekwencyMidnight Rise feat. Sarah Bates (Ruf Dug Remix) [ISM Recordings]
The NoodlemanRusty Halo [Red Motorbike]
Richard T. BearSunshine Woman (BE Edit] [Magic Wand]
P-SolYou Haven’t Done Nothing [Groove Democracy]
Rabo & SnobHere We Come [Whiskey Disco]
Billy PaulBring Them Back Together (Serge Gamesbourg Edit) [Ghetto Disco Records]
Exile – Kiss You All Over (Tony Johns Version)

If you like this mix, please take the time to go to my Facebook page and ‘like’ me there. I certainly will like that.

Spatium est locus,

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 Los Angeles based deejay Dino Soccio. LA via Chicago DJ/Producer Dino Soccio creates house and disco records that are reminiscent of the 80s soul/R&B heard on FM radio and passed down mix cassettes. With releases on Razor N Tape, Toolroom, Deep & Disco, and most recently on Mute Records, Soccio is emerging as one of LA’s most promising new dance producers. As a DJ, last year he supported Moon Boots, Penguin Prison, Roy Davis Jr, Hayden James, Satin Jackets, Michael the Lion, and had some of his biggest shows yet last November opening for Bondax on two west coast dates. Tour dates and remix work continue to stack up this new year with remixes on NDYD and Paradise ULTD while opening for Goldroom and french wonder kid FKJ. Soccio’s debut album comes out fall 2017 on Brooklyn label Razor-N-Tape.

Look for more of Dino Soccio on  SoundCloudFacebook, Twitter, Spotify, and Instagram.

Dino Soccio set is his little secret, but if you ask nicely maybe he’ll tell you.

dj ShmeeJay‘s set:

Crouton & Black FlangerFrisco [Silhouette Music]
Aroop RoyTalkin’ Bout Life (Brisa Remix) [House of Disco]
LodgerHerbie’s Jam [Stamp Records]
HotmoodYou Can’t Play That [Editorial]
Closed ParadiseChief [Better Listen Records]
Harry WolfmanFloozy [Secret Listen Records]
OuvrijsterLazarus [Make Believe Disco]
Ed Wizard & Disco Double DeeMoonlite [Editorial]
Drop Out OrchestraHooked On (Yam Who? Remix) [Riot Gear]
Leftside WobbleBoogie Box Droids
Janet JacksonPleasure Principle (Classixx Recovery Mix)

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 Dino Soccio’s mix feel free to grab it here.

TympanumBene,

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 show I host Nelson, British Columbia based deejay, producer, and rabblerouser The SugarBear. Robert E. Livingood, also known as The SugarBear, was made in Detroit in the 1970s. Soul music and rebellious Rock & Roll were everywhere. Back then even the lullabies were sung to the tune of Barry White and the MC5 so his ear was trained accordingly. His mother was an opera singer who ended up working in an auto factory, his sister was the token white girl in a disco band, and his brother in law partied heavily with Iggy. By age 10, he had already seen KISS on their Destroyer tour and was a member of The Midnight Funk Association, presided over by legendary Detroit DJ, The Electrifying Mojo. As a teenager he started promoting music at the 404 Willis, an infamous underground after hours collective space in Detroit’s rough and radical Cass Corridor neighborhood. Robert also ran the Hopscotch record label and watched techno being born from the filthy kitchen window of the Majestic Theater where he passed falafels and hummus to hungry first wave ravers. He left Detroit in the 90s, lived on the west coast (San Francisco, Oakland, Olympia), fell in love with the wild, became a Grizzly Bear biologist, moved to Alaska, built a cabin, hunted and gathered, started writing books, then began throwing parties in the land of the midnight sun. Though he gave up science to become a full time writer and sound artist, he still spends considerable time every year in close proximity to grizzlies. When he returns from these far out landscapes he plays dance music. His favorite parties are set in unorthodox places–barns, basements, garages, riverbanks, and on isolated patches of tundra. He loves taking part in moments where something spontaneous and unexpected occurs–like re-claiming a busy intersection with a renegade sound system, then getting down in the middle of the street with a bunch of glitter splattered freaks during rush hour. Following in the footsteps of Mojo, the music he spins is unbound by style or era. He loves playing long sets (five hours in he’s just getting started) where he can explore the territories of soul, funk, jazz, psychedelia, house, new wave, punk, garage rock, experimental, hip hop, and disco. He’ll play where he’s called–whether international music festivals like Shambhala, Basscoast, and Burning Man, or even at a yard sale on the side of the highway where Mojitos are served in Mason jars. In addition to all of this, The SugarBear produces dance music, as well as analog, electronic neo-psychedelic soundscapes under the name Divination and Strategy.

Look for more of The SugarBear on his blogSoundCloud, YouTubeFacebook, and Vimeo.

The SugarBear‘s set is his little secret.

dj ShmeeJay‘s set:

Gotta Hold On Me (Psychemagik Edit) [Psychemagik]
Croatia White [Waffles]
Sister SledgeLost In Music (Pete Le Freq It’s a Trap! Rework) [Alpaca Edits]
Natasha Kitty Katt – After The Dance [Masterworks Music] *Forthcoming
WoodheadWhenever Your Around [Masterworks Music]
JunctionFriends & Strangers [Make Believe Disco]
Ed Wizard & Disco Double DeeMoonlite [Editorial]
Catch Da Beat (The Owl Re-Do)
Purple Disco MachineDevil In Me Feat. Joe Killington (Duane Harden Extended Mix) [Sweat It Out]
Session VictimAlmost Midnight [Delusions of Grandeur]
Jay WestNow That You Know [Editorial]
Amadou & MariamCoulibaly (Fried Chicken Remix) [Because Music]

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 The SugarBear’s mix feel free to grab it here.

Dulce et ursus,

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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Exclusive Mix | Good Life

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My guest contribution to Leeds, UK based Good Life crew.

Dj SteefBe Sextil [BioMix]
Thoma CherSomething About [Whiskey Disco]
WoodheadYou Gotta Go [Editorial]
P-Sol – I’ll Be Back
P-SolPiece of Sunshine [FKR]
Maze & Frankie BeverlySunshine and Rain (DJ Pats Remix) [See On TV]
Andy HartTell Her You Know [Melbourne Deepcast]
Bryan FerrySlave To Love (Zambon Rework) [Primitive Copies]
Dr. PackerFound Dubbin’ [Editorial]
Ooft!Love & Soulsaving [Foto Recordings]
Ed Wizard & Disco Double DeeSummer Love [Editorial]
78 EditsMeet Patti [Editorial]

Bonum vitae,

Olof folO

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