Audio from the past weekend’s shows on V89 and Blazin’ with tracklists below. I’ve had a thing for that Take 6 remix lately and so weekend listeners to both shows got a double dose. Ditto on ‘Christmas In Hollis’ – you can really only play that around this time anyway.
Here’s radio shit I’ve been involved in over the last few months, and never got around to posting. I’ll edit this post later with tracklistings (and also go back and tracklist the other mixes in other posts) – if you’re anything like me I don’t really like to spend time listening to mixshows if I don’t have an idea what’s in store once I lend an ear. Feedback, love letters and hatemail is always appreciated.
This may well turn into a weekly posting. Check out the audio below for a mix of NBA-related beats, UK stuff, phone calls from crew members, carcrash mixing, and general tomfoolery regarding MC Ren. Yes.
DJ A to the L
The Underground Railroad, live on WVFS 89.7 (10/18/08)
Two weeks ago (the same weekend I did the carcrash stuff with E-Zone on Blazin’) I did the same thing the day before on WVFS, only with more of a variety of tracks as opposed to the West Coast Blazin’ set.
While DJ Acrojam, Isreal and E&J absconding to Miami to take in the ‘Rock The Bells’ concert it was left to Jay-C and myself to hold down The Underground Railroad in Tallahassee (with help from Stone, Kam and Jeff).
Two DJs (fully Seratoed-up), two spoken word performers, and EIGHTEEN emcees spread across two production rooms, broadcasted live to Tallahassee (and the world) for 3 crazy hours on Saturday night, marking the beginning of a memorable Memorial Day weekend. (Pics to follow, once the email flood starts…)
Now that we’ve got the cheesy post title out of the way, lets talk brass tacks…
Last night I spun live on Florida State University’s radio station, WVFS 89.7FM. The invitation came to me from one Amond Jackson, newly-installed host of the station’s Saturday evening Hiphop show, Underground Railroad, and if the temptation to spin classic 80’s and 90’s Hiphop for a minute wasn’t enough, the fact that later in the show I’d be rocking the tables for some of Tally’s hottest underground emcees made the decision a no-brainer.