• SESSION 1708: GUEST SESSION 10.05.15


    Mixed by Ivan Monegro (Dope Jam, TTL)

    01. Flying Lotus – Siren Song
    02. Mura Oka – Horizon Rouge
    03. Black Jazz Consortium – Watching You Vogue
    04. Abacus – Erotic Illusions
    05. Kerri Chandler – Digital Love Affair
    06. Presence – Power Chords
    07. DJ Sprinkles – Sloppy 42nds
    08. Fierce Ruling Diva – You Gotta Believe
    09. Kings From Queens – Believe
    10. Open House – Aquatic
    11. Aril Brikha – Otill
    12. Larry Heard – Free
    13. Fred P – What Up With The Love
    14. Mood II Swing – serchin’ (Beat)
    15. Big Moses – Brighter Days

  • SESSION 1701: GUEST SESSION 09.10.15


    Mixed by Shawn Dub (I Love Vinyl)

  • SESSION 1673: GUEST SESSION 03.25.15


    Mixed by Soulpusha

  • SESSION 1662: GUEST SESSION 02.16.15


    Mixed by DJ FLEG

  • SESSION 1567: GUEST SESSION 02.20.14

    Mixed by Sean Rowlands



  • SESSION 1535: GUEST SESSION 12.04.13

    Mixed by Sean Rowlands (Academy Records)

    01. Buscrates – In Gear
    02. Proh-mic – I Like
    03. Reva & Roane – Champagne (Hot 16 Rmx)
    04. Benedek – Saturday Jam
    05. Contact – Big Fun
    06. Teams & Star Slinger – Life Partner
    07. Toro Y Moi – All Alone
    08. Rene & Angela – I’ll Be Good
    09. Tambi – You Dont Know (Female Version)
    10. Oxygen – Party Lets Party Part II
    11. Pleasure – Nuthin To It
    12. Captain Sky – Dr. Rock
    13. Orlando Johnson & Trance – Turn The Music On
    14. Sinnamon – I Need You Now (The Fierce Reprise)
    15. Sinnamon – I Need You Now
    16. Del Richardson – Soul on Fire (Jazz Mix)
    17. Cherelle – Saturday Love (Extended Version)
    18. Toro Y Moi – Saturday Love
    19. Toro Y Moi – I Can Get Love
    20. Firefox – Fire
    21. Steve Harvey – Something Special
    22. The Armed Gang – Love Shot (Club Version)
    23. East Liberty Quarters – The 206
    24. Spice – You’re So Nice (Latin Spice)
    25. Deco – Fresh Idea
    26. Lynx – You’re Lying
    27. Atlantis – Keep On Movin And Groovin
    28. Keni Burke – You’re The Best
    29. Starleana Young – Heartbreaker

  • SESSION 1529: GUEST SESSION 10.27.13


    Mixed by DJ Osmose (Smokeclouds Records)

    01. DJ Reverend P / Troubleman ‘After Da Dance pt 2’ GAMM
    02. Beards in Dust ‘Grapevine’ *Lipelis remix Whiskey Disco
    03. B.G. Baarregaard ‘The Sound’ Whiskey Disco
    04. Beaten Space Probe ‘Sorcerer’ Glenview records
    05. Skylevel ‘5 Million Steps’ Skylevel
    06. Guynamite ‘Paradise Uncertain in Eucharis’ Mukatsuku records
    07. The Noodleman ‘They Call Him Archie’ Glenview records
    08. Frank Booker ‘It’s Time’ Kolour LTD
    09. Gredits ‘Musique’ Basic Fingers
    10. B­Jam ‘You’ll Never Get Away’ Smokecloud records
    11. Jordan Fields ‘Track One’ Voulez­vous
    12. Light Of The World ‘Time’ *Koko re­edit Basic Fingers
    13. Eric Duncan ‘Don’t Stop The Dance’ edit C.O.M.B.i.


    ­Quality Music For Forward People
    Turntablist flare with dancefloor sensibility. Osmose has worked in the studio and/or nightclub with artists as diverse as Grandmaster Flash, Sleazy McQueen, Ursula 1000, Nicola Conta, Thunderball, Ramadanman, Moldy,CaZ, Mayhem, Boozoo Bajou, Boo Williams, Kai Alce, Paul Rogers, Mykal Rose, Collie Buddz, The Aggrolites, Dubconscious and The Wailers (both versions of the group). Osmose plays a wide variety of styles from Disco,Funk, Soul, Hip­Hop, Reggae, Deep House, Nudisco & more, but always keeps it analog! With over 15+ years experience behind the decks Osmose not only plays in Atlanta, but has a recurring DJ presence around the USA
    and Canada.

    As of 2011 Osmose launched Smokecloud records, a vinyl only label that is mastered and pressed in the USA.
    The label’s focus is on the slower side of soul­based dance music, staying below the 115­116 bpm range and is geared towards DJ’s that play a diverse collection of venues from nightclubs, lounges, cafes, bars and restaurants. Outside of vinyl releases on Smokecloud records, Osmose also has music out on Sleazy McQueen’s France based Whiskey Disco vinyl imprint (another forthcoming too) as well as a forthcoming release on The Noodleman & Fake Glasses new vinyl only label out of Toronto entitled Long Weekend records, a remix on the vinyl only Boogie & Beatdown imprint Rotating Souls and a new vinyl project in the works with Canada’s Honey Disco man Hristo & Koosh.

  • SESSION 1499: GUEST SESSION 07.25.13

    Mixed by Matt Brownell & Steve ShakeWell

    “Air a Danser vol. 1”

  • SESSION 1488: GUEST SESSION 06.05.13

    Mixed by Sean Rowlands (Academy Records)

    01. Percy & artie space band – Funk with You
    02. The Naturals – Funky Rasta
    03. Dreamboat – In the Dark
    04. Onra – L.O.V.E.
    05. Turquoise Summers – Don’t Break My Heart
    06. Tyrone Evans – Rise up
    07. Blanche Carter – Straight Down to the Bone
    08. Barbara Roy – Gotta See you Tonight
    09. Major Harris – Gotta Make up Your Mind
    10. Cliff Dawson – I Can Love You Better
    11. Pbr Street Gang – J2thab
    12. Garben Eden – I googled You (robotalco remix)
    13. Pittsburgh Track Authority – Moving too Hard
    14. Pittsburgh Track Authority – Revelation Edit
    15. Atmosfear – What We Do (club mix)
    16. Sharon Redd – Love How You Feel
    17. Garben Eden – I Googled You
    18. Temples – III
    19. Stone – Girl, I Like the Way You Move
    20. Prince – Controversy
    21. Sir Bentley – Tom Noble Street Shuffle

  • SESSION 1477: GUEST SESSION 04.18.13

    Mixed by Sean Rowlands (Academy Records)

    01. intro
    02. maxmillion dunbar – woo
    03. moon b – untitled
    04. andres – skate this way
    05. moon b – untitled
    06. moon b – untitled
    07. moon b – untitled
    08. spirit of the black 808 – one
    09. spirit of the black 808 – two
    10. andres – hart plaza
    11. maxmillion dunbar – ice room graffiti
    12. moon b – untitled
    13. producers from another state – play for today (vibes mix)
    14. gene hunt – sound drome
    15. florian kupfer – feelin
    16. paul simpson – love’s happiness (dubbin happiness mix)
    17. rick wade – low down
    18. lil’ louis – club lonely (the guest list mix)
    19. rick wade – night chaser
    20. kerri chandler – the world is yours (SFiERcE mix)
    21. pepe braddock – burnin

  • SESSION 1474: GUEST SESSION 04.05.13

    Mixed by BLT

  • SESSION 1467: GUEST SESSION 03.20.13

    Mixed by Sean Rowlands (Academy Records)

    01. Risco Connection – Its My House
    02. Sahara – Love So Fine
    03. Beautiful Swimmers – Swimmers Groove
    04. Jazaq – All Systems Go
    05. Cyril – So Proud
    06. Lisa Hill – I am on the Real Side inst.
    07. Freekwency – Outrun(dub)
    08. 52nd street – Twice As Nice
    09. Daybreak – Everybody Get Off inst.
    10. Cyril – Wont You Serve Him”
    11. Full Force – Turn You On”
    12. Cyril – Too Quick”
    13. Dazzle – Play it”
    14. The Chuck Davis Orchestra – Spirit of Sunshine”
    15. Elaine & Ellen – Fill me up”
    16. Andres – Out in the open”
    17. Jakki – Sun, Sun, Sun” (Rahaan edit)
    18. Queen Yahna – Aint It Time”
    19. Sylvia Striplin – Searchin’
    20. Sylvester – I Need You (Ron Hardy edit)
    21. Dazzle – In the Disco
    22. Dazzle – Explain
    23. A Number of Names – Sahrevari
    24. Gordon’s War – The Rock is Gonna Get You

  • SESSION 1459: GUEST SESSION 02.28.13

    Mixed by Sean Rowlands (Academy Records)

    01. Freekwency/molly d – “just for two
    02. Sasac – “all pleasures”
    03. Steve Spacek – “slow baby dubb”
    04. Grooveman Spot – “neuralgia”
    05. Low Slung – “enjoy” (matthew kyle remix)
    06. Moon B – untitled
    07. DJ Nature – “tacky stuff (theyre all caught up)”
    08. DJ Nature – “sexual tension scene 2”
    09. DJ Nature – “real talk”
    10. Inkswel/Reggie B – “so over it”
    11. Moon B – untitled
    12. Moon B – untitled
    13. Moon B – untitled
    14.  Jose Rico “about it”
    15. Mike Huckaby – “mathematics from the jazz republic”
    16. Terekke – “asidis”
    17. B-tracks – “come back”
    18. Two Dogs In a House – “5th floor”
    19. Theo Parrish – “smile”
    20. Kenny Dixon Jr. – “transit”
    21. Kevin Mcphee – “who loves you”
    22. Theo Parrish – “cloudy morning”
    23. Ny Hous’n Authority – “fort green house”
    24. Theo Parrish – “blue out”
    25. DJ Nature – “1970”
    26. Aphrodisiac – “song of the siren”
    27. B-Tracks – “the next step”
    28. Legowelt – “sark island acid”


  • SESSION 1402: GUEST SESSION 09.20.11

    Mixed by Dennis “Citizen” Kane (Disques Sinthomme, Ghost Town)

  • SESSION 1392: GUEST SESSION 09.03.12

    Mixed by Trinidadiandeep

  • SESSION 1375: GUEST SESSION 08.07.12

    Mixed by DJ Akalepse

  • SESSION 1360: GUEST SESSION 07.14.12

    Mixed by Jay Daniel

    Jay Daniel, a Washington DC native was born in 1990 and moved to Detroit at the age of two. He began as a percussionist playing drums at the age of three. Since his youth, Jay has been deep into exploring music, in high school he was the drummer for his school’s Gospel choir. Jay formed an interest in DJ’ing when he was 11 years old, after listening to DJ’s on radio stations such as WJLB. [Read More]

  • SESSION 1350: GUEST SESSION 07.03.12

    Mixed by Hiroko Otsuka

  • SESSION 1346: GUEST SESSION 06.27.12

    Mixed by Rahaan

    Rahaan has been dropping disco and funky house beats to retro music heads since the 80’s when he and his friends use to dance at the best house parties in Chicago – Rahaan’s home state and most importantly, the place which gave birth to House music.

    Playing at house parties in Chicago obviously done Rahaan some good, as he is now a successful DJ and music producer in his own right. He recently released Rahaan Edits Vol. 1 and 2 in 2008/9 on Stillove4music record label as well as putting out some remixes on the KAT record label.

    The thing about Rahaan is that he defiantly knows his art, and it is his outstanding skill behind the decks that has brought him from the Chicago underground circuit out onto the international playing field of Japan, Australia, Amsterdam, Spain, Ireland, Scotland, England, throughout America.

    But before Rahaan made his presence on the global dance floor, Rahaan was playing his music from his cassette tapes with his dance crew called the Chuck Brothers. He then moved to the state of Wisconsin whereby he started to grow a serious collection of disco and house records. In 1996 Rahaan moved back to Chicago started hanging out with his old friends, forming the reunion of the Chuck Brothers once again.

    During the 90’s Rahaan was building up his reputation as one of Chicago’s finest Disco/House DJ, playing at a hot club called “The Spot” and the infamous loft parties with Mr.Bill, Pee Wee and friends. This opened the door for Rahaan to perform on guest spots for Sisterz of Vision and Soul In The Hole club nights, followed by a residency “Budda Lounge” – one of Chicago’s best nightclubs. ..[Read More]

  • SESSION 1336: GUEST SESSION 06.13.12

    Mixed by DJ Seoul & T.Linder

    DJ Seoul:
    DJ Seoul is one of America’s leading ambassadors of Detroit Techno and Techno Bass. As a soldier for the Detroit Techno Militia, this powerhouse DJ has been spreading the gospel of Techno throughout the world for the past fifteen years. With lightning fast mixing skills and exceptionally technical scratches and juggles, Seoul brings an energy to the dancefloor that is rarely seen. As a producer, his work on the Detroit Techno Militia record label and his remixes for Drugaci Exhibitions have garnered him worldwide acclaim. DJ Seoul gives the crowd one hundred percent every time he performs. This energy is clearly visible and reciprocated by the audience.

    If a citizen of Detroit could be considered an asset, then DJ Seoul would be one of the most beloved. By representing his home town globally and by playing Detroit Music, Seoul continues to carry the torch that was handed to him by the greats that came before him. Playing music, from Electro, Techno and Acid, to House, Soul and Rare Groove, this trend setting performer has become known for his style of bringing a Hip-Hop Turntablist flair for mixing and scratching to his DJ set regardless of genre.

    Before he was a full-time DJ, Seoul spent many years in the music industry. Raised on the East side of Detroit, he began his musical career at a young age through various counterculture sounds and movements. His formal training began in 1985 with the drums and continues today with both traditional and electronic instruments. Coming from a very diverse musical and cultural background, Seoul cites many different personal influences including Jeff Mills as The Wizard, Terrence Parker, Dave Clarke and Underground Resistance. [Read More]

    A veteran DJ with more than ten years of experience underhis belt; Detroit native, T.Linder has done his homework and paid his dues.

    T.Linder takes a no-nonsense, working-class approach to the art of spinningrecords. He cites old-school Detroit street jocks: The Wizard (aka. JeffMills), Gary Chandler, and Steve “DJ Energy” Crawford among others, as major inspirations for his unorthodox aesthetic. “If someone’s going to pay money to hear me spin, I’m going to make it worth their money. The way I look at it, there’s too many DJs out there meticulously and methodically blending records that all sound the same. As a listener, I’m easily bored with that. I like to take some risks when I perform, skipping across genres and eras, doing scratch tricks with two copies of the same record. I want to give the listener the experience of hearing something they haven’t heard before.”

    Over the past decade, T.Linder has kept a busy performance schedule that has taken him to literally thousands of events across North America. He has played at most, if not all, of the venues in Detroit catering to Electronic Music. Notably, 2030 Grand River, The Works, Motor Lounge,St.Andrew’s Hall, and the Underground Stage at the 2002 Detroit Electronic Music Festival (a gig that he considers one of his career highlights).

    In 2007, T.Linder released his first EP entitled DTM002, on Detroit Techno Militia (a record label/artist collective that heco-founded). He has also done remix projects for legendary Detroit Techno producers Scan 7 and DJ 3000. [Read More]