Raw Smooth Tape (Complete Tape) *Sticky*

Complete tape for your listening convenience and pleasure.
Roc Marci and Sade are always in regular headphone rotation. I went about a month over the summer where I listened to nothing but Marci and Sade, and this mix is the result. I’m just trying to deliver ill mixes, and I think I succeeded here. This mix was slow cooked in every way. No microwave mixes here. Roll a blunt and enjoy.
I designed this mix to be enjoyed on a cassette tape (you can cop the tape at the address below). Two separate mixes were made for each side of the tape. There's the Smooth Side (A), and there's the Raw Side (B).

45 Live Radio Show pt. 96 with guest DJ BOCA 45

Boca 45 stuns us with another funkin' lesson in decknology, throwing everything including the kitchen sink at this CUT & SHUT mix. It's a tour de force of what makes this DJ one of the mightiest hard rockers of the party platters, walking God's green earth. Your host takes a spotlight on the marvelous STAR CREATURE label. Tune in as we broadcast on the mighty dublab.com at 8pm US PDT (4am UK GMT), to celebrate the 45 rpm single like no other....joining the dots one lil' disc at a time.
It's a hop over the Channel as we invite the European Golden State Warrior to the audio fray;
1st November 2019 - DJ SUSPECT
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Yesterdays Experience: A Tribute To YNQ (Vinyl Mix) - Mixed by BeatPete

Highly Recommended.
BeatPete - Yesterdays Experience - A Tribute To YNQ - Vinyl Mix
Yesterdays New Quintet - Joe McDuphrey, Malik Flavors, Ahmad Miller,
Monk Hughes and Otis Jackson Jr., with Madlib as producer, arranger
and engineer.
Madlib began Yesterdays New Quintet in 2000, releasing the album Angles
Without Edges in 2001. As the group progressed, a plan was developed for
each of the band members to release "solo" records and to introduce new
members and groups, many of whom performed on Madlib's Shades of Blue
(2003), his remix album for Blue Note.
An album of Stevie Wonder covers recorded during their formative period
was also released later in 2003.
Expanded beyond the original five members of YNQ, the greater collective
grew into "Yesterdays Universe."
As early as 2003, Madlib's all-inclusive approach to expanding Yesterdays
Universe was causing tensions among the original core group. Yesterdays
New Quintet announced a breakup in 2007, but by this time several new
groups had already recorded dozens of tracks under Madlib's direction:
Young Jazz Rebels, The Last Electro-Acoustic Space Jazz & Percussion
Ensemble, Sound Directions, Jahari Masamba Unit, Jackson Conti with
Ivan "Mamao" Conti from Azymuth , just to name a few. The compilation
Yesterdays Universe (2007) served to announce these new groups.
Medicine Show #7: High Jazz (2010) introduces even more.
Featuring Karriem Riggins, Ivan "Mamao" Conti, Todd Simon, and
Dan Ubick
Cover / Collage by 𝓜𝓪𝓭𝓪𝓵𝓲𝓷𝓪 𝓒𝓱𝓲𝓵𝓲𝓬𝓲