EPISODE 13: Feat. J-FELIX (Tru Thoughts)

On this show, the boys speak to multi-instrumentalist groove maestro Joe F. Newman aka J-Felix, whose new album ‘Whole Again Hooligan’ on Tru Thoughts is simply brilliant and showcases his eclectic take on funk, afro, soul, disco and everything in between. We ask him about his writing processes, life during the Covid crisis and what it’s been like working with everyone from the Hot 8 Brass Band to the Ragga Twins. Plus, we invite in D-Cow to mince words with OB, so definitely a show not to miss. To listen to more of J-Felix, check him out here.

PLAYLIST:

  1. Soul Inscribed – DJ Lift Me
  2. Damian Marley feat Stephen Marley – Medication
  3. Big Tymers – Big Money Heavyweight
  4. Belly – Man Listen
  5. Tech N9ne feat Snow Tha Product & Nave Monjo – How I’m Feelin’
  6. Dorrough Music – After Party
  7. Craig Mack – Style
  8. Sean Paul feat Alexis Jordan – Got 2 Luv U
  9. Spaghetti Head – Funky Axe
  10. Amerie – Out Loud
  11. EPMD – Strictly Business
  12. J-Felix feat El Train – Check
  13. J-Felix – Give Me Some Of That
  14. J-Felix – Choppa Fiesta
  15. Wrongtom meets The Ragga Twins – Follow Fashion (J-Felix remix)
  16. J-Felix feat Sol Goodman – Be Thankful For What You Git
  17. J-Felix – J-Freq
  18. Soul Inscribed – NY Stories (Irfan Rainy Remix)
  19. Lifelike – Pacific Palisades
  20. Yayazozo – Ice Cream (Petko Turner Edit)
  21. Mousse T – Gourmet De Funk (Can7 Funk-O-Rama Mix)
  22. B-Team – Took It To Come Down (Neighborhood Romeo Remix)
  23. The Gaff – Do That Thing
  24. Lady Sovereign – Random
  25. Hardnoise – DJ Saved My Edit (Copycat Re-Take)
  26. Young Franco – About This Thing (feat. Scrufizzer)
  27. Dan Electro – Let Them Come
  28. Noisy Bears – U Got My Love
  29. Malente – We Came To Party
  30. The Isley Brothers – The Pride (TWOGOOD Remix)
  31. Mary Jane Girls – Candy Man
  32. Destiny’s Child – Lose My Breath (B.CAUSE & NICK BIKE BLEND)
  33. Lack Of Afro – You Could Do Better

For some neo-soul, check this video from 2015:

On this show, the boys speak to multi-instrumentalist groove maestro Joe F. Newman aka J-Felix, whose new album 'Whole Again Hooligan' on Tru Thoughts is simply brilliant and showcases his eclectic take on funk, afro, soul, disco and everything in between. We ask him about his writing processes, lif
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