Canada’s Filthy Rich continues his tradition of celebrating classic releases with dope mixes, this time paying tribute to Raekwon and Ghostface’s mighty Purple Tape via a seamless selection of album cuts, blends and original samples used in the creation of the 1995 Wu masterpiece.
djfilthyrich 4 · Raekwon – Only Built 4 Cuban Linx 25th Anniversary Tribute Mix [SIDE 1] (Mixed by DJ Filthy Rich)
Veteran London-based mix-king DJ MK takes it back to the old-school here, expertly cutting and blending his way through sixty minutes of vintage breaks and beats.
The UK’s mighty Jaguar Skills revisits 1990 in the first instalment of his new mix series, blending timeless favourites from the likes of Digital Underground, YZ and A Tribe Called Quest with original samples, resulting in an epic, fast-paced journey back to the future.
Canada’s Filthy Rich marks the 23rd anniversary of Biggie’s tragic passing with this well-crafted mix of blends, original tracks and samples – RIP BIG!
Canada’s DJ Filthy Rich celebrates the 20th anniversary of Ghostface’s timeless sophomore classic with this ill collection of samples, blends and Wally Champ favourites.
UK-based turntable legend and breaks connoisseur Mr Thing drops a quality selection of dusty-fingered dopeness for his latest mix, effortlessly cuttin’ and scratchin’ his way through a stack of heavy-duty vinyl treats.
Having already dropped some ill mixtapes in recent years paying homage to the likes of Masta Ace, Pete Rock and Dilla, Heavy Links member Donnie Propa delivers a well-executed tribute to the mighty Diggin’ In The Crates crew via UK-based label Village Live.
London turntable vet DJ Diablo drops an eclectic mix of classics and blends featuring the likes of Soul II Soul, Phil Collins, De La Soul, Big Daddy Kane and more.
UK Hip-Hop pioneer DJ Fingers of the mighty Sindecut has dropped a new “Supa Rock Down” mix recorded live and direct from two turntables – “No Remembrance Of The Old Ways” is available via B-Boy Documents.
El Statiko-crafted promo mix for Manchester producer Kuartz’s radio-themed instrumental album “KuartzFM”, a solid set full of heavy drums, melodic samples and sonic ingenuity dropping via Village Live Records.
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The UK emcee drops visuals for his recently-released “Black Panther”-influenced track.
Australia’s DJ Bacon pulls together four of his epic previously-released megamixes on this quality EP celebrating the work of Run-DMC, the Beastie Boys, Public Enemy and Ice-T, with each mix containing over 100 samples painstakingly pieced together to create an eventful journey into sound.
Latest mix from the Vendetta Vinyl camp featuring timeless flavours from the likes of The UN, Large Pro, MF Grimm and more.
Stalwarts of the UK Hip-Hop scene Chrome (of Def Tex fame) and Donnie Propa (Heavy Links) pay tribute to Brooklyn’s mighty Jeru The Damaja with this dope collection of “classics and hidden gems” from the Gang Starr Foundation member – available to purchase on cassette via Village Live here.
A butter smooth collection of mellow early-80s slow jams from Sparkle Motion’s Mr Tobes and fellow soul aficionado DJ Dub.
DJ Yoda and Mr Tobes return to burn once again with another Sparkle Motion mix extravaganza “inspired by early Mr. Magic and The World Famous Supreme Team radio shows”, featuring funky, feel-good throwback flavours from Loose Ends, Kurtis Blow, Warp 9 and more.
Russian music man DJ Mel pulls together an addictive selection of synthesized soul and feel-good funk with an electro thump.
Australia’s brilliant DJ Sheep makes a welcome return to the mix game with this collection of funky jewels found during a number of diggin’ missions across the globe.
California’s DJ Epik pulls together a quality selection of funky mid-to-late 70s gems from the likes of The Headhunters, Ohio Players, Brass Construction and more.
California’s DJ Epik pays tribute to the soulfully funky sounds of 70s Blaxploitation cinema with this collection of classics from Curtis Mayfield, Roy Ayers, James Brown and more.