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EPISODE 49: THE NEXTMEN

Shan and OB take it up a notch with UK production/songwriting/DJ duo, The Nextmen, stopping onto the show this week. Consisting of Dom Search (a.k.a. Dominic Betmead) and Brad Baloo (a.k.a. Brad Ellis), The Nextmen have been producing a special blend of club, bass, reggae, hiphop and party vibes since their first foray into making beats remixing London…

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EPISODE 48: DJ FORMAT

DJ Format drops into show this week to hype his new album, Devils Workshop. It’s a change of pace for this party bringing Brighton DJ/producer, but still oozes that cut-up, golden era throwback vibe that fans will come to love like Shan & OB already have. As always, the boys hype this new release and…

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EPISODE 47: INKSWEL

Shan & OB hype the new release from production maestro and friend of the show, Inkswell. London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Melbourne and now Adelaide; Inkswel is the original gypsy travelling producer with releases on numerous labels that are always quality and always keep one foot in the groovy category. His newest full-length record, Astral Love, on…

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EPISODE 46: JIM SHARP

Shan & OB chat with Toronto ex-pat and now UK resident, Jim Sharp. Jim has made quite a name for himself not only as a sick party DJ, but also as one of the premier beat producers for the biggest 45’s label around the world, Dusty Donuts. His ‘Straighten It Out’ mixtapes are “must listens”…

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EPISODE 45: JIM BARON (CRAZY P)

Jim Baron (aka Ron Basejam) from Crazy P stops in to chat with Shan & OB about his new solo EP. Unless you’ve been living in a self-imposed dance isolation stupor for the past 20 years, you’d know Crazy P. This English electronic group has been churning out beats heavily influenced by vintage disco, soul…

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EPISODE 44: DEREK YANIGER

We chat with artist Derek Yaniger, whose visual universe is populated by Beatniks, Polynesian Tiki statues, hula dancers, saucy strippers, hot rods, cocktails, monsters, jazz bands and more. Derek has spent much of his professional career with companies like Marvel Comics and Cartoon Network, working on successful series such as Powerpuff Girls, Transformers and Dexter….

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EPISODE 43: ALAN EVANS (SOULIVE)

On this week’s episode of The Low End Theory, Shan & OB chat with multi-instrumentalist Alan Evans. As one of the funkiest in-demand drummers on the jazz-funk circuit, Alan played drums in marching bands throughout high school and graduated to playing in different groups before he came up with the idea for the band Soulive with his…

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EPISODE 42: MR BENN

Shan & OB chat with Mr Benn (Nice Up! Records) about his long career championing bass, reggae and dancehall music. Since his first 12” release all the way back in 2005 on Leisure Recordings, Mr Benn has been blessing the world with his take on sounds that don’t fit into any one niche but always…

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EPISODE 41: THE BAMBOOS

Shan & OB chat with Lance Ferguson and Kylie Auldist from The Bamboos. As Australia’s undisputed kings of funk & soul –  with numerous albums released since their inception in 2001, countless sold-out world tours, festival headlining, songs on hit international TV shows and backing the likes of Eddie Bo, Syl Johnson, Joe Bataan, Eddie…

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EPISODE 40: MADE & FEMI KUTI

When it comes to Afrobeat, it doesn’t get much bigger than Femi & Made Kuti. The son and grandson of Fela Kuti, the man who is synonymous with the genre, decided to mince words with Shan & OB on The Low End Theory this week. In between stories of playing and touring with his father,…

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