Coming at you with the Disco Funk Break off session. In the mix with the Classic soulful cuts
On October 25th 2014 from 12pm to 12 midnight Come and congregate with us at Kenny Dorham’s Backyard for the ROSEWOOD PLANET FESTIVAL. This will be an eco conscious/awareness festival with green sector organizations and companies educating and informing the public on their products and services. This will also be an international food fair featuring Jamaican, Brazillian, Cuban,Greek and African Cuisine and more..and..this will be A JUMP N FUNK FELABRATION WITH Rich Medina!! to cap it all off! Global Foods! Global Sounds! Global Healing! Artists lined up include DJ Chorizo Funk with Riders against the Storm,DeeJay ChickenGeorge Dub Gideon, Las Krudas, Maracatu, Aquaman Chill, Ken X, Anthropos and Ballet Afrique. $5.00 for adults, kids 8 and under free. Stay tuned for further details!
Back in the mix with big love. Global warming takes you on the usual world tour through Afrobeat, afro brazillian, afro latin and hip hop head bangaz. Enjoy the ride.
Thievery Corporation @ Stubbs on a cool breezy night
Very Nice show. All corners of the globe were reached..from the Caribbean to Latin America, to Africa to the far East. A very diverse and mesmerizing blend,
Great night at the Vulcan as Quantic mesmerized the audience with his afro colombian funk fusion. Featuring Nidia Gongora.
October 26th 4-10pm @ Kenny Dorham’s Backyard. Come and get your afro bounce on as we Felabrate at Kenny Dorham’s backyard for a day/evening outdoor party featuring D.J. Chicken George, Hard Proof Afrobeat, DJ Mahealani and yours truly on the decks. Serving up African cuisine from Cazamance Cafe. $8.00 admission (portion of proceeds to benefit Ballet Afrique and Diverse Arts)
If you’re working your way through E. 6th on a Saturday night in September, do yourself a favor and check out Orion at the Volstead. Guaranteed to rock your soul with the international blend of floor bangas. Check out the clip above to get a dose.
Highlights from D.A.M.E. (Down a** Mamas elevatin). DJ Mahealani was rockin it proper as always. DJ Shani was in the mix with the deep house soulful loveliness…and Queen Deelah…wow! This sista has some power. She definitely did her thing with mad energy. Do yourself a favor and check for the D.A.M.E. parties at Volstead.
Greetings once again from the global warming sessions. Global Warming radio session 4 takes you on the usual tour of brazilian samba funk, Afrobeat, Salsa, disco, dub sounds, and breaks. My personal highlights of this edition would have to be: Silvio Cesar’s “A Festa” from the Brazilian Beats Brooklyn compilation. (A great Sunday night party I used to attend @ Black Betty’s bar during my short time living in Brooklyn…Shouts out to DJ Greg Caz and Sean Marquand). A Festa is just a smooth beautiful groove with a funky backbone including the bassline from Stevie Wonder’s “Too high”. Also Onukpa Shawarpo by the Bokoor Band…wow..It will make you get UP AND DANCE IN THE AFRICAN SPIRIT!
On the funk disco tip stateside: some real gems from Chic “I Got protection” (Nile Rogers with the usual throwdown). Also The Beginning of the end with “In the Deep” from the brilliant Funky Nassau album, and last but not least, Unlimited Touch with the always jammin Larry Levan library, classic “I hear Music in the streets”Enjoy the grooves, Peace!
Enwan/The Anansa Professionals
Yes he is! (instrumental interlude)/North Star Groovement
Kyenkyen Bi Adi M’awu/Alhaji K. Frimpong & His Cubano Fiestas
Onukpa Shawarpo/the Bokoor Band
Live in other World/Itadi
Something Special/The Blackbyrds
DooWhaChaWannaDoo/Con Funk Shun
Gotta Clean Up the World/The Funky Music Machine
A Festa/Silvio Cesar
In The Deep/The Beginning of the End
I believe in Music/ Kay-Gees
I hear Music in the Streets/Unlimited Touch
Fogo Fogo/Fela Ransomme Kuti and the Africa 70
Dancin/Grey & Hanks
I Got Protection/Chic
What Makes you Happy/KC and the Sunshine Band
I’ve been Searchin/Arts and Crafts