No Good Edit (Chris Coco edit) Amy Winehouse - Radio edit
Echo Beach - Sushi Version Sushi Club - Radio edit
The Day (Orchestral Instrument... Moby - Radio edit
Voices have eyes (Dubmatix Cin... Eccodek - Radio edit
House of Love (Instrumental) Billie Ray Martin and The Grid - Ra...
Under the Surface Gaudi - Radio edit
Hum Autopilot - Radio edit
More Wax Farid - Radio edit
The Aftermath of Love (BC radi... Soulstance - Radio edit
Supervixen The Warheads - Radio edit
Quiet Boy Micatone - Radio edit
Reckoner's Encore Jaydiohead (Max Tannone) - Radio ed...
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I've been wrestling with my angel, trying to sort out how fantasy and reality compliment each other, how the flesh and the spirit struggle or cooperate, how we need them all to co-exist so that we, in turn, can co-exist with others of our tribe … So this show pushes back and forth between tracks with a meditative vibe and those that are bringin the funk … representing for the range of our experience as we navigate life, making all our choices on the fly.
While it's true that some mixes tend to REVEAL rather than to CREATE their narrative, sometimes the quest to find a theme for every show is going to go nowhere … sometimes the only thing a selection of tracks have in common thematically is that *it just felt good* to hear them on repeat.
Flow-watchers: Be ready for the energy bomb at the end and give it a chance to sway you. This Jay Z/Radiohead mashup from Max Tannone rocks hard and sweet, and -- to my psyche, at least -- provides a proper resolution to all that went before. Big shouts also to Chris Coco for the Amy Winehouse edit, The Warheads for working non-stop to create their marvels, and to Robin Triskele for the abundance of riches this month.