May 12

Global Warming Radio Session 1

Welcome to the first Global Warming radio Session . This set is Afro-Funk heavy with some textured grooves and hip hop flava mixed in. I have highlighted some of my favorites from the set below. Pictured to the left is the album cover for the African Analog West African Shock Waves edition featuring rare seventies gems from Ghana and Togo. We start the session off with a very nice upbeat funk ballad from De Frank Professionals. Also, check for some American disco funk from Bob Wilson and James Brown and a gem from the Madlib medicine show album which is super tight.
Peace, Love and Blessing from the Lord.

    Apr 14

    Global Warming take one

    Tonight at Cherrywood Cafe: Global Warming. Droppin some soulful afro – latin grooves for the people. $3 suggested donation at the door to benefit the Metro East Scholarship fund. Coolin out happy hour style.

    Mar 30

    Featured artist: Afrodizz

    Afrodizz is an afrobeat ensemble out of Montreal that definitely needs to be checked for. Driving high tempo rhythms and a super tight horn section are fundamental elements that keep this crew true to the afrobeat sound. Guaranteed to get your party hopping:

    Mar 24

    SXSW recap

    Ghostface, and the GZA

    Wu Tang wrecked it …The sound was terrible though. Austin Music Hall needs another upgrade though. The highlight of the show for me had to be Erykah Badu’s cameo appearance with Wu for a rendition of “Cherchez la Ghost”. Fishbone came through solid as well. As a matter of fact, they even managed to come through with quality sound in an otherwise terrible Austin Music Hall space. They showed that after 30 years of rockin they still have the same frenetic energy their audiences have come to love them for. I’ve got to give props to Yellawolf as well..a grimy emcee from alabama that was spittin mad fire rapidly.

    Mar 08

    Updated Flyer for Soul around the world

    Peep the new showtimes

    Peep some wefunk love-li-ness:

    Mar 05

    afrobonics radio session 1

    Djinji Brown

    Afrobonics radio session 1: featuring afro-brasillian loveliness blended with salsa grooves and afrobeat and some hip hop remixes dashed in. pictured above is Djinji Brown who comes in on the set with “Mojuba” a nice groove with a strong spiritual vibe.

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    Song/ Artist
    Candomble/ Mariana Aydar
    O Telefone Tocou Novamente/ O Povo Canta
    La Cosa Nostra/ Erlon Chaves
    Amor/ Secos e Mohaldos
    Oio Gebe/ Watusi (Black Rio 2 Compilation)
    No Caminho do Bem/ Tim Maia
    Coluna De Meio/ Zeco Do Trombone & Roberto Sax (Black Rio 2 Compilation)
    Tres caras del son/ Muso y su Gran Sonora w/Candido Fabre (Tobaco Y ron-Tuni Cuba vol. 1)
    El Guayabero/ Ocho
    Kimbo Kimbisa/ Gracuela
    Mojuba/ Djinji Brown
    When I needed someone/ Black Sugar
    Born with Music/ Buari
    Obanla’e/ Antibalas
    African Message/ Tony Allen
    Ye Ye no Smell/ Fela
    Afrobonics crush remix/North Star Groovement
    Maracatueira/ Sabrina Malheiros

    Mar 04

    Soul around the world

    South by Southwest  jumping off at Momo’s on March 15th!


    Yours truly ..aquamanchill,

    Bamako Airlines:

    Gina Chavez:

    Black Mahal:

    New Berlin:

    and Professor Groove:

    Global grooves bumpin the joint all night! Please believe this!