DJ D-Mac is returning to the Den of Thieves this Saturday night with Eric Hilton. Gonna dust off the funky 45 box and spin some real vinyl!
Quantic has been a favorite for a long, long time. On his brand new tune, “Duvidó,” he combines traditional Colombian rhythms and marimba with modern production and vocals.
On a holiday from Sunday to Sunday. Leaving you with a dope jam by native Hawaiian jazz singer Nohelani Cypriano.
In the summer of 1979 at Chicago’s Comiskey Park, 50,000 ill-informed people attended Disco Demolition Night. Who’d want to demolish this disco gem from Candi Staton?
The tunes that rocked Rusty’s 2013.
“Walk Out To Winter” by Aztec Camera is a wonderfully jangly song that pops in my head around this time every winter.
Ricky Wellman, a massive talent who sadly died recently, was only 13 when played drums on The Jaquars “Crazy Thing” in 1968.
From the small Indianapolis-based Lamp record label comes Amnesty’s “Everybody Who Wants to be Free.” First-rate sister funk with reverb-soaked vocals over a tight backing that effortlessly shifts tempos from verse to chorus.
Arthur Russell had a lot of great tracks, but for my Song of The Day I’d like to share “A Little Lost,” a track off The World of Arthur Russell comp.
DC musician Al Johnson was one of the best multi-talented musical artists that ever entered a studio.