That Terrible Cuba Gooding Jr. Movie (Radio)

RADIO TIME

Happy Weekend Everyone. This blast of music is mostly new stuff, but there are some jewels here that are simply new to me. All of it is good stuff culled from the best sources around.

Junior Jack

Thrill Me (Gigamesh Remix)

I became aware of Gigamesh when he made an AWESOME remix of “pumped up kicks.” I prefer his remixes in general, and this is a great example of his talent at that art.

Le P

History feat. Michael Jackson

The song isn’t a long lost Michael Jackson track, that would be shoved in your face by the media. This is just a super solid new song that you owe it to yourself to listen to over and over.

Solidisco (feat. Nina Simone) Feeling Good (Original Mix)

Its Nina Simone, you can’t expect anything less than fantasticness

TODD TERJE – Delorean Dynamite

This is the second song from this guy that I’m sharing, I’m telling you, there’s something here. Terje will get his due, and you’ll be glad that you already knew.

LOLLIPOP – Lil Wayne / Kanye West – AFRICAN REMIX!!!

These African dudes do a bunch of sonically satisfying and very witty remixes. This song makes me hungry for cuisines I know nothing about. You’ll see what I mean…

Disclosure – You & Me feat. Eliza Doolittle (Flume Remix)

Both Flume and Disclosure are unbelievable acts, so this is logically fantastic

The Correspondents – Fear & Delight

Worth watching the music video, its cool and weird, I feel like Jack White would have done something like this.

Syn Cole – Miami 82 (Avicii Edit)

Not the biggest Avicii fan, glad he’s earning some of the notoriety he’s built up with this solid effort.

Schoolboy Q – The Purge / Rapfix Cypher (20syl Remix)

Tell me you don’t like this, I dare you.

Dj Rashad – She A Go (feat. Spinn & Taso)

RIP a king of the Chicago club scene.

Kill Paris – Baby Come Back

I never knew about these guys, but they are awesome, check out all their work.

Forest Swords – Thor’s Stone (Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry Remix)

Anything and everything by Lee ‘Scratch’

Prayers in a Song | Tall Paul

This guys is an awesome Native American rapper, he drops some Ojibwe words into the rhymes, very cool stuff. He’s from the Twin Cities, easily the most underrated rap spot in the USA.

Enjoy the SPRING, listen to music outside

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