It’s been a minute but back with more sounds for plant lovers: radio recorded from home. When I first started this music series, it was recorded during a time of uncertainty and confusion, today, Im not sure where we stand with this pandemic or BLM movement, but Im grateful to help score you quarantine with music I’m happy sharing. It’s sounds you might hear on my KCRW or KROQ shows or neither. Hope you enjoy!
Infinite Bisous – Teen Version B
Whitney – Rain
Buena Puente La Playa Del Ritmo Canta
Aissa – Esto Es Por El Money
Flofilz – One4Winter
BlackDoe – Air
Orchestre Poly Rythmo de Cotonou
Ace Roxwell – More Bounce To The Ounce (Remix)
J.Rocc x Flaunt Edwards – Take Me Baby
John Wizards – Jamieo
Stereolab – Baby Lulu Demo
Galaxy – Disco Funk
Fresh Bread – Coyotes (Live in Japan w/ Carlos Nino)
Frank Ocean – Blonde Theme (Instrumental)
Ever since I begun my practice, I’ve felt a total shift in my energy, outlook and connection to my breathing. Thanks to my current fave, Danielle Zuccarelli and her outstanding taste in music during our practices, I’ve wanted to create a playlist that helps channel my energy into a special place. Traffic, daily stress and various other variables tend to get into my way and music has always had that. So here’s another curated set with various tempos but helpful for your escape. Don’t forget you can always check out my Sonic Safari playlist (new music + timeless favorites) and my KCRW sets as well.
Made the trek out to New Mexico and linked up with producer GB. I have been a fan of his work since his Soundtrack for Sunrise release on Sound In Color in late 2004. At the time I was doing radio over at KCSN and was a resident at Templebar. This was pre social media and more of a word of mouth era. What made GB stand out was the maturity of his sound and also there was truly nothing like it coming out of LA from anyone his age. It was timeless but seemed to be crafted from the hands of an elder who appreciated the past ad blended with the future. Big thanks to GB for welcoming me into his home and sharing knowledge. Hope you dig!