United States of Audio – How High’s The Water Mama

Here’s a real treat from Bristol-based DJ and producer, United States of Audio. This mix is a tribute to the classic De La Soul album, 3 Feet High & Rising, put together over the course of several years using album tracks, original source samples, interview snippets and other rarities. If you’re a fan of De La Soul, don’t miss out on this one as it’s an incredible piece of work! The track listing is huge so I won’t post it here, but you can find it on the SoundCloud page. Enjoy!

DJ Rasp – The Motley Project

Here’s a wicked new mix from DJ Rasp. As you would expect from a DJ that’s won several top tier DJ battles, the technical side of this mix is absolutely rock solid. It’s a multi-genre mix featuring classic boom bap hip-hop, trap, modern rap tunes and more. There’s no track listing available for this one, but it’s definitely worth your time!

Sigma – XL-FM Guest Mix

This is a mix I made for The Bobby Tempo Show on XL-FM, a radio station in my home town. The first 7 tracks are funk/breaks/jazz and the second 7 are old school electro. Many thanks to Bobby for letting me on his show and to 215 trees for hooking me up with some artwork.

Track listing: –

01 – Gladys Knight & The Pips – The Way We Were (1975)
02 – Joe Pass – A Time For Us (1969)
03 – Gary Pacific Orchestra – Soft Wind (1973)
04 – Serge Gainsbourg – Requiem Pour Un Con (1968)
05 – The Monty Alexander Trio – Monticello (1972)
06 – Standard School Broadcast – Michael Shrieve On Drums (1973)
07 – Les Baxter – Hogin’ Machine (1969)
08 – Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force – Planet Rock (1982)
09 – Freestyle – It’s Automatic (1986)
10 – Cybotron – Clear (1983)
11 – Twilight 22 – Electric Kingdom (1983)
12 – Twilight 22 – Siberian Nights (1984)
13 – Chris “The Glove” Taylor, Dave Storrs & Ice-T – Reckless (1984)
14 – Hashim – Al-Naafiysh (The Soul) (1983)