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    Sade ‘Solider of Love’ – Daily News
    At Chelsea Hotel, Putting Up Plaques, but Evicting Artists – The Villager
    The Night Belongs to Us – NY Times

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     Monday: Funky Slice @ 8PM 
    Tuesday: Zakka Show @ 5PM 
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    Thursday: Mo Music Mo Life@8PM
    Thursday: Bless Up @ 6PM

    New in the Radio Archive
    FunkySlice  02.01.10: DJMonchan
    Dailysession October 09:  M.A.N.D.Y.


    By Jim Farber – Daily News

    Everything changes ? except Sade.

    For over a quarter-century, the singer has sported the same look, employed the same band, recorded for the same label, and for the most part, kept the same sound: a lean, wan take on lounge-jazz that never loses its temper or its focus.

    So narrow an approach could easily bore a fidgety public. But Sade’s last CD, “Lovers Rock,” sold over 3 million copies without seeming to break a sweat. This, despite the fact that eight years passed between the release of that CD and its predecessor, a stretch during which the star passed the dangerous age of 40. [Read More]

  • SESSION 380: FUNKY SLICE 02.01.10

    Mixed by DJMonchan

    01. Ewan Pearson – The Cows at Jodrell Bank
    02. The Orb – Traumvogel
    03. Tranquility Bass – Megamix (Reich Remixed)
    04. Flying Lotus – 1983
    05. Classen Collective – Close To Greatness (Deep Joy Mix)
    06. DJ Krush – Alephevo (Truthspeaking) Feat. Angelina Esparza
    07. Lee Perry Vs. Horsepower – Excersising
    08. Galliano – Travels The Road (X Project Mix)
    09. Top Cat – Push Up U Lighter
    10. Kruder & Dorfmeiser – Shakatakadoodub

  • SESSION 379: M.A.N.D.Y. October, 2009

    Mixed by M.A.N.D.Y  

    Rob Fernandez and Benny Soto present Dance.Here.Too 
    brings you Philipp Jung, one half of internationally renowned M.A.N.D.Y., at SantosPartyHouse on Saturday, February 6th.


    By Patrick Hedlund – The Villager

    A blurb in the “History” section of the Chelsea Hotel’s recently revamped Web site touts some of the countless boldface-named bohemians to have taken up residence at the legendary W. 23rd St. lodge. There are obligatory mentions of Janis Joplin and Bob Dylan, as well as artists Larry Rivers and Willem de Kooning.

    After trotting out a few more marquee names on the newly burnished site, like playwright “Eugene O’Neil” [sic] and composer “Virgil Thompson” [sic], the write-up concludes, asking simply: “Who will be next?”

    Judging by the hotel’s policy to stop renting to long-term residents — a practice that ended with the contentious ouster of 50-year manager Stanley Bard two-and-a-half years ago — it’s not actually tenants of the aforementioned group’s artistic pedigree that the Chelsea wants staying inside. [Read More]


    By Tom Carson – NY Times

    Apart from a certain shared apprehension of immortality — complacent in one case, but endearingly gingerly in the other — the skinny 28-year-old on the cover of Patti Smith’s seismic 1975 album, “Horses,” doesn’t look much at all like Picasso’s portrait of Gertrude Stein. But because the shutterbug was Robert Mapplethorpe, who was soon to become fairly legendary himself, that exquisite photograph of Smith on the brink of fame is as close as New York’s 1970s avant-garde ever came to a comparable twofer. The mythmaking bonus is that the latter-day duo were much more genuinely kindred spirits. [Read More]


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    Upcoming Radio Shows
     Monday: Funky Slice @ 8PM 
    Tuesday: Zakka Show @ 5PM 
    Wednesday: Halcyon Presents The BandWagon @ 7PM  (Biweekly)
                             A1 Afterhours @ 9PM
    Thursday: Mo Music Mo Life@8PM
    Thursday: Bless Up @ 6PM

    New in the Radio Archive
    A-1 AfterHours 01.27.10: Seth
    Zakka 01.26.10:  Cash
    FunkySlice  01.25.10: Earl Broclo Esq
    The Bandwagon 01.20.10 : Taimur Agha(BlkMship)&DJSpinoza (Bunker)
    FunkySlice  01.15.10: Snack & Cmish (Turntable Lab)

  • Eclectic @ Deity

  • Spinna&Moustachio@Sappire

    Spinna on Dailysession

    Moustachio on Dailysession 1, 2

  • SESSION 378: A1 AFTRHRS 01.27.10

    Mixed by Seth

    01. Asha Bhosle & Suresh Wadkar – Mera Ek Diwana Mujhe
    02. Asha Bhosle – He Baba
    03. Mohd, Rafi & Chandrashekhar Gadgil – Mee Raksam, Mee Raksam
    04. Usha & Kalyani – Sare Niyam Tod Do(Part 1)
    05. Bappi Lahiri – How Are You Munni Bai
    06. Sharon Prabhakar, Parvati Khan & Ursula – Tum Meri Nazar Se Dekho
    07. Kishore K, Amit Kumar&Chorus – Apni Laila Ka Jo Pyar Nahin Payega
    08. R.D. Burman – Dance Music
    09. Kishore Kumar, Amit Kumar & Chorus – Ham To Aap Ke Deewane Hain
    10. Asha Bhosle – Jhoothi Jhoothi

  • DanceHereToo@Santos

  • 718Session @ Santos

    Danny Krivit, Pioneer of the disco edit and omnipresent zeitgeist of soulful house, is also one of the most important contemporary purveyors of vinyl. Having operated the Loft’s seminal Record Pool alongside Francois K and Larry Levin, with mixes appearing on WKTU and KISS FM, Krivit is now considered dischotheque royalty with almost 4 decades of innovation under his belt. On Valentine’s Day he will be bringing you a special extended set, an experiment in passion’s endurance.

  • M.A.N.D.Y@Santos

    One half of internationally renowned M.A.N.D.Y., Philipp Jung simply had a knack for making bodies move.  He and his partner Patrick Bodmer’s highly successful and influential label is ever so aptly titled Get Physical, and I think you know what that means.  Their shared musical proclivities invite you to be present with a symbiosis of complexity and elegance.  An interpretation of classical elements through modern mediums is just the kind of paradox our fiery hearts long for–a vacillation between bright and dark, clean and dirty, soft and hard, tense and released.  Furthermore, Philipp’s on-stage antics demonstrate an enthusiasm for the craft that is infectious by nature and will surely find you wherever you wander.  If you aren’t yet privy to this caliber of experience, the time is now.

  • SESSION 377: ZAKKA 01.26.10

    Mixed by Cash

    01. Art Bears – Bath of Stars
    02. Laurie Anderson – Big Science
    03. Sonic Youth – Superstar
    04. Spacemen 3 – Big City
    05. Art of Noise – Moment in Love
    06. Kid loco – Love Me Sweet 
    07. Transglobal Underground – Armchair Cowboy Clash 
    08. Fleetwood Mac – Tusk
    09. J’s Bee – 5
    10. Airto Moreira – Return to Forever 

  • 2SoundCrash@SouthPw

    Saturday, 1/30
    “TWO SOUNDS CLASH” Reggae & Dancehall VS Jungle & Dubstep: Two Floors of Sound
    Jungle/Dubstep Benny Page (Digital Soundboy, UK) LionDub feat. JahDan (Konkrete Jungle / LionDub Int’), Dave Q(Dub War), Human? (Konkrete Jungle / Survival), Geko Jones (Dutty Artz / NY Tropical) Hosted by: Diggadee MC (Konkrete Jungle / Methods) + Special Guests
    Reggae Dancehall Road Warrior International w / King Alexi Silvercat Sound w/ King Capone & Jugganaut I-Testament Sounds w/ Barker & Sheppy Conquering Crown w/ Shoki + Special Guests
    Baba Roots Tonic & Ital Food On Sale
    21+ w/ ID
    admission: $15 before 1am / $20 after
    door time: 10PM

  • SESSION 376: FUNKY SLICE 01.25.10

    Mixed by Earl Broclo Esq

    01. Star Trek Intro
    02. Gen_Des_Com – Fifth Main Target
    03. Josh Wink – Sixth Sense (Kevin Yost’s Booty In the Butta mix)
    04. Stromba – Casino
    05. Fauna Flash – Taurus
    06. Red Snapper – Spitalfields
    07. David Axelrod – The Sick Rose
    08. Medeski, Martin, Wood – Church of Logic
    09. Madlib – Song for my Father
    10. Beatles – I am the Walrus