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EPISODE 58: MISBEHAVIOUR

This week, Shan and OB welcome NYC-based, DJ Misbehaviour. This legendary DJ purchased her first record at the age of 9 and has been hooked ever since rocking dance floors globally. Long before they became the “it” thang, she became a resident at Mobile Mondays with fellow dons Operator Emz, Just Blaze, Natasha Diggs, $$$…

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EPISODE 57: MF ROBOTS

We chat with MF Robots. Effortlessly dismantling the barriers between R&B, soul, funk, disco and jazz sounds, MF Robots are about to drop their second long-player, ‘Break The Wall’, on BBE Music. For those not in the know, MF Robots is the soulful project from The Brand New Heavies originator Jan Kincaid and vocalist Dawn…

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EPISODE 56: IZO FITZROY

Known as a singer/songwriter with raw soul power and an extremely big voice, Izo Fitzroy is on that line between soul, gospel, blues, funk and disco. She really is the whole package and over the course of 2 albums and numerous singles, she’s worked with diverse producers like Dr Rubberfunk, Sean Lee and Dimitri From…

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EPISODE 55: FORT KNOX FIVE

Shan & OB welcome Steve Raskin, the founder of The Fort Knox Five. Based originally out of Washington-DC, Steve started the group with original members Jon Horvath, Rob Myers and Sid Barcelona and through their label, Fort Knox Recordings, they have released many “must-have” beat-flavoured bombs on the funk, reggae, hiphop and electronica tip that DJ’s and…

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EPISODE 54: DR PACKER

After winning DJ competitions in the late 80’s, helping create Perth club culture throughout the 90’s and releasing quality drum’n’bass on LTJ Bukem’s ‘Good Looking Records’ alongside releases on Tangent, Defunked and John B’s Chihuahua label in the early to mid-2000’s, you’d forgive the man if he wanted to ride off into the sunset content with…

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EPISODE 53: THE SEVEN UPS

Shan & OB speak to Trent Sterling, the guitarist for The Seven Ups. Blending influences from 1970’s underground funk and afrobeat with jazz, psych and fuzz rock, the Seven Ups are an original 7-piece party band out of the northern suburbs of Melbourne. Known for their unrestrained solos and otherworldly horns over a stomping rhythm section…

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EPISODE 52: GHOSTNOTES

Shan & OB invited in their Juke Joints brother-in-arms, DJ Ghostnotes, to chat about scratching on the debut release from Melbourne duo Context & Figarate, playing 45’s for both education and dancefloor purposes and also how he done got his DJ name in the first place. Plus, he drops an exclusive 45’s only set that…

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EPISODE 51: PLATURN

Shan and OB welcome onboard a 26-year veteran of the music industry, DJ Platurn. As the founder of both the Oakland Faders and the world-renowned 45 Sessions parties (which really re-ignited the entire 45’s craze), plus a sick party DJ in his own right, Platurn has toured the world many times to bring his type…

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EPISODE 50: Shan & OB

On this week’s episode  we celebrate a bit of a milestone show. Even though we’re way over 50 radio shows over the past year, it’s our 50th podcast due to the fact we don’t podcast every show. Huge thanks to the boys and girls at Base FM (Jazz, Ian & Yannika and crew) who let…

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DJ Format

I just wanted to say a massive THANK YOU! You put so much effort into planning it out and it flowed so well, I thoroughly enjoyed listening to the whole thing from beginning to end. You’ve honestly made me feel proud of songs that I’d almost forgotten about and it felt great to hear them…

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