Cookin' Soul 90's Mix - Mixed by Reell

Been aware of Cookin' Soul's remixes for a while now.  In fact, I've used several of their tracks on my mixes.  However, I had no idea they were from Spain until I read the below bio accompanying the above mix.  Highly Recommended.
In our second mix we proudly feature an exclusive Mix from Cookin' Soul.
Cookin' Soul is the name of the duo (Big Size & Zock) of producers/dj's straight out of Valencia, Spain. With production features in over 200 albums and mixtapes worldwide, Cookin' Soul is the first European Hip-Hop production team to really stand out overseas by making hits from Harlem to Compton.
Also recognized worldwide by their famous mashups, mixtapes and remixes usually refered as "better than the original" with more than 3.000.000 downloads.
When outside the studio and while performing on their dj sets in clubs all over the planet you'll always hear a diversity of music at a Cookin' Soul event: Soul & Funk, Reggae, Rock, Trap, 90s & of course Hip-Hop and mashups brand of the house.

Farewell Mixcrate, Hope to See You Again

Unsurprisingly, officially said goodbye with the below tweet last night.  I have no inside information other than the official message that you can read HERE.  I'm guessing with the recent agreements reached between major music labels and soundcloud, along with rumors that Apple Music and Spotify aim to host dj mixes; all the monetary powers-that-be turned to Mixcrate and basically said; "Pay-up or feel the wrath of our legal armies."  Mixcrate (created and run by deejays) did there best to provide a platform that took the interests of deejays into consideration first, and foremost.  Naturally, that was an unsustainable model within the current music industry paradigm.  Regardless, I tip my cap to Mixcrate for creating and maintaining a mix hosting site designed for deejays for as long as they could.  Thank you.  We hope to see you again.

Pullin' from the Stacks (Hip Hop Episode) - DJ Ian Head

Highly Recommended.
For the 50th episode, I'm breaking one of the rules of the Pullin from the Stacks podcast, and playing all-hip-hop records. Still all-vinyl, all-originals. Nothing super rare, just some of my favorites.
Thanks so everyone who has stuck by the past two years as well as the new listeners - it's incredibly appreciated. Let's try for fifty more.
Tracklist: Dead Presidents, Slum Brothers, All Natural ft. Lone Catalysts, Raw Produce, Mystik Journeymen, Jugganauts, The Grouch, Herbaliser ft. What What, Akrobatik ft. Mr. Lif, Unspoken Heard, Network Reps, Zion I ft. Grouch and Goapele, Mass Influence, Large Pro ft. Q-Tip