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2 and a half hour Party mix starts off mellow and then club anthems all the way hip-hop/soul/r&b/reggae recorded live at a gig 


Loads of new stuff

Kanye West, Big Sean, TY Dolla, Run the Jewels Hudson Mohawke

Loads of grime and trap

JME, Skepta, Prince Lazio

Loads of classic r&b and hip-hop

Aaliyah, Frank Ocean, Missy Elliot, SBTRKT


Some of the biggest tracks that I played this year!

180 King avriel
That's Me Right There Jasmine V ft. Kendrick Lamar
No Type Rae Sremmurd
No Flex Zone Remix Rae Sremmurd ft. Nicki Minaj & Pusha T
Hold Me Janine And The Mixtape ft. Pusha T
All For You French Montana ft. Lana Del Rey, Wiz Khalifa, & Snoop Dogg
Hell Of A Night Schoolboy Q
Studio Schoolboy Q ft. BJ The Chicago Kid
Often Remix The Weeknd ft. Schoolboy Q & Rick Ross
Bank Head (feat. Kelela) Kingdom
Club Goin' Up On A Tuesday - Drake Remix ILoveMakonnen ft. Drake
7-11 Beyonce
Trophies - Migos Remix Drake
Handsome And Wealthy Migos
Love Again (Akinyele Back) (feat. Gangsta Boo) Run The Jewels
Smokin & Drinkin Danny Brown
To Love And Die Jhene Aiko ft. Cocaine 80s
Do My Dance Tyga ft 2 Chainz Future ft. Kanye West
I Won Future ft. Kanye West
Hot Boy Bobby Shmurda
Try Me Dej Loaf
Look Like You Love It Elliphant
Assquake Flosstradamus
Ass Drop Wiz Khalifa
Benjamins CVIRO & GXNXVS
Holdin On feat. Freddie Gibbs Flume
Not about that Stevie G/Christiana Underwood/Walshy
No Pity Party Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark
I Don't Want Her Eric Bellinger ft. Problem
I Love My Squad IamSu
Loyal Chris Brown ft. Lil Wayne & Tyga
Don't Wait Mapei
Sober Childish Gambino


A throwback mix originally recorded last year to celebrate the music of the Back bar in Sir Henrys, where i played for many years

The info on part 1 is relevant on this too but just to add, there were simply too much tunes to go through again! It starts off with a few artists who proceeded to help dominate the decade after the 90s. Timbaland and Pharrell, and it continues with some mellow old skool soul before the regular hip-hop and r&b vibes that I used play in the Back Bar. There are a number of big middle of the road pop tunes too, and it's important to remember, back when it was harder to get exactly the music I wanted, and when I was trying to break this sound in Cork, the pop stuff helped make it accessible too. This is particularly true of the early 90s. Plus, most of them are great tunes. I haven't listened back and i'm sure there's a few mistakes, but i'm nostalgia'd out of it and am gonna upload it as it was made, 3 hours of music live in the mix. Enjoy!

By Your Side [Neptunes Remix] Sade
You make me wanna (Timbaland's Remix) Usher
so good (ft raekwon)davina
It Was A Good Day Ice Cube
Footstep In The Dark (Parts 1 & 2)
Your Body's Callin' R. Kelly
Body Fusion Starvue
90% Of Me Is You Gwen McCrae
No No No (You Dont Love Me) Dawn Penn Three Little Birds Bob Marley & The Wailers Ghost Town The Specials
That's The Way Of The World Earth Wind & Fire
What You Won't Do For Love Bobby Caldwell I`d Rather Be With You Bootsy Collins Computer Love Zapp & Roger
Temptations 2Pac
Hey Love Stevie Wonder
Talkin' Bout Hey Love De La Soul
I Wish Carl Thomas
Spend Time Guy
Forget I Was A G The Whitehead Bros Suspended In Time Group Home
i can love you remix Mary J Blige
Higher Level KRS-One
Piano Grand Tony D
how sweet it is Mark Rae and Mr scruff
into the 90s Photek
Melt Leftfield
Loaded Primal Scream
Close To Me [Closer Mix] The Cure
Keep On Movin Soul II Soul
noone else Total
South Bronx Boogie Down Productions
Colors Ice-T
Compton's In The House (Remix) N.W.A.
In The Air Tonight Phil Collins
No More "I Love You's" Annie Lennox
Juicy The Notorious B.I.G.
Juicy Fruit Mtume
Gotta Get You Home Tonight Eugene wllde Sexual Healing Marvin Gaye
everyday remix Angie Stone
The Sweetest Taboo Sade
My Jamaican Guy Grace Jones
Doin It LL Cool J
If I Ruled The World Nas
Tom's Diner Suzanne Vega
Georgy Porgy Eric Benet featuring Faith Evans Mary Jane Rick James
Superman Lover Johnny "Guitar" Watson Around The Way Girl LL Cool J
All Night Long The Mary Janes Girls
Risin' To The Top Keni Burke
Love no limit Mary J Blige
clap ya handz Davey dex
Shook Ones #2 Mobb Deep
shook once again stevie g blend
1nce Again A Tribe Called Quest Feat. Tammy Lucas
Love somebody else Miss Jones
Treat U Rite Angela Winbush
Thats The Way Love Goes Janet Jackson Runnin' Pharcyde
Meiso (DJ Shadow mix) Dj Krush
mass appeal Gang Starr
Try Again Aaliyah
This Is How We Do It Montell Jordan
Childrens Story Slick Rick
I Like Guy
Only Love Can Break Your Heart (Kenlou B-Boy Mix) Saint Etienne
I Can't Get No Sleep (Low Down Mix) Masters At Work
Remember Me Blue Boy
Try My Love Lalomie Washburn
My Lovin' (extended mix) En Vogue
Don't Believe the Hype Public Enemy
Paid in Full (7 mins) Eric B & Rakim
you gotta be Des'ree
Set Adrift On Memory Bliss PM Dawn
True Spandau Ballet
Human Nature Michael Jackson
Right Here (Human Nature Duet) (Demolition 12 Inch Mix) SWV
Flavor Of The Month Black Sheep
Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like Dat) Digable Planets
The Mad Racket Supa (Deep In Brooklyn Mix) 12" Kenny Dope
Walk On The Wild Side Lou Reed
I Keep Forgettin' Michael McDonald
Regulate (Jammin' Remix) Warren G
Buddy (Native Tongue Decision Version) Featuring Jungle Bros, Q-Tip. Phife, Queen Latifah & Monie Love De La Soul


Hey! I'm launching my new SOUL JAMZ record label next week and i've decided to celebrate by compiling some of my favourite soul jamz in one little mix here! To be honest, there's not much mixing, it's more selecting. But all of the tunes are personal favourites and i know you will dig them!

90% Of Me Is You Gwen McCrae
Symphony [Undubbed Version] Marvin Gaye
We Can Make It Baby The Originals
All I Do Is Think Of You The Jackson 5
Love Jones Brighter Side Of Darkness
Have You Seen Her? The Chi-Lites
Only when I'm Dreaming Minnie Riperton
Didn't Cha Know Erykah Badu
One In A Million Aaliyah
The Place Inc.
That's The Way Of The World Earth Wind & Fire
What You Won't Do For Love Bobby Caldwell
Bad Religion Frank Ocean
Many Rivers To Cross Jimmy Cliff
I'd Rather Go Blind Etta James
Ain't No Sunshine Bill Withers
Love Don’t Live Here Anymore Rose Royce
Can't Hide Love D'Angelo
One Inna Aloe Blacc
Pastime Paradise Stevie Wonder
Ladies Lee Fields And The Expressions
O-O-H Child The Five Stairsteps
Yearning For Your Love The Gap Band
Runnin' [Jay Dee Remix] The Pharcyde
Remind Me Patrice Rushen
Not about that Stevie G featuring Christiana Underwood & Walshy
Be Happy Mary J. Blige
You're So Good to Me Curtis Mayfield


What it says on the tin really. Recorded about 5 years ago and uploaded to make the 30th anniversary of the his death, and indeed his birthday this week.


This is the first time i've uploaded this mix that i recorded in May 2011, just after the great man passed away. It was recorded for the radio but i've left the music speak for itself here and one of the godfathers of hip-hop can speak for himself better than I can! This is some of the most important music of all time not just for me but for many others, and I'd like to thank Gil Scott Heron for inspiring me since I first heard him as a teenager.

I have no tracklist right now but most of these are easy enough to find with a little digging.


Stevie G-New skool soul jams

I'm New Here [Ruckazoid Remix] Jesse Boykins III
Trust (Hell Below) Inc.
Swim Good (Remix) Frank Ocean
Blow Your Mind Dam-Funk & Steve Arrington
Hold On, We're Going Home (feat. Majid Jordan) Drake
Back For More DJ Jazzy Jeff & Ayah
Rose Quartz Toro Y Moi
Help Me Lose My Mind Disclosure Feat .London Grammar
Losing You Solange
Fool's Gold Amy Winehouse
Pretty Girl Rock Keri Hilson Feat. Kanye West
Ain't That Peculiar Oddisee/Marvin Gaye
It's Code Janelle Monáe
Hustler (SaneBeats Remix) Josef Salvat
Something Goes Right SBTRKT
Thinkin’ Bout You Frank Ocean
Crime (feat. Kendrick Lamar) Mayer Hawthorne
West Side Girl Bilal
Enchantruss THEESatisfaction
The Consequences of Jealousy featuring Meshell Ndegeocello (Georgia Anne Muldrow's Sassy Geemix) Robert Glasper Experiment
Can I Get U Hi? The Sa-Ra Creative Partners
No to Love Jessie Ware
BTSTU (Prince Klassen edit) Jai Paul
Adorn Miguel

This is a mix of mainly new and modern soul. We all love the classics but there’s nothing as exciting for a DJ as playing new music and for many years soul music was strangled by it’s rich past. When I first starting playing this music in the early and mid 90’s it was at the beginning of a new era in some ways.
Soul music was finding it hard to escape the rich legacy of the 60’s and 70’s and it had become a loss less organic in the 80’s. At the time, the better 80s stuff was unfashionable, and it wasn’t until the music started taking a street edge from hip-hop, that new soul music came back into focus and relevance. UK acts like Loose Ends, Soul 11 Soul, Young Disciples and Omar were all very big influences in the early 90s.
New Jack Swing helped pave the way, but by the time time Mary J Blige, SWV, Zhane and the likes came through with even more hip-hop swagger, it was clear things were hotting up! Soon we had D’Angelo, Erykah Badu, Lauryn Hill and later Jill Scott reaching big heights, and even music critics took the music seriously again. Neo Soul was a corny term, but with big players such as Dilla, James Poyser, The Roots, Raphael Saadiq pulling the strings, the music enjoyed somewhat of a renaissance.
Over the last 15 years, as with all music, fashions and trends came and went, but there has always been good soul music bubbling too. As usual, the music industry hasn’t always been kind to the best acts, but there have been many breakthroughs too, and the influence of soul music even on the pop charts has been notable. On this mix I’ve taken a snapshot of mainly new enough or recent recordings, to highlight the increased relevance of what I loosely describe as soul music in 2013.
Lessor known talents such as Josef Salvat, who I recently only discovered playing Body and Soul at the Electric Picnic, feature alongside prolific underground stalwarts like Georgia Anne Muldrow. Big names feature too, and I’ve always been interested in how singers such Janelle Monae and Solange are forging their own paths, while guys like Miguel and Frank Ocean are simply making some of the best soul music i’ve heard since Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder.
UK soul is rich in diversity and talent, as seen here by SBTRKT, Disclosure, London Grammar, Jessie Ware and Jai Paul, while the amazing Amy Winehouse merits an inclusion with probably the oldest track here. The Drake track is gonna be a big hit by the time this mix surfaces, but the greats like Marvin and Aretha had many hits too, and good music is good music I guess. The Ayah and Keri Hilson are straight up poppy r&b cuts, while Inc, THEESatisfaction and Toro Y Moi and others all thread unique music paths.
Sa-Ra are one of the great left-field groups killing it over many years, while the mighty Dam-Funk managed to coax Slave legend Steve Arrington into helping him create my own personal favourite soul album of 2013. Mayer Hawthorne has just turned in his most assured full length album yet, while Bilal is another one time “next big thing” who has stubbornly foraged his own path outside of the media spotlight.
I didn’t even have time to include the ever green Charles Bradley, Lee Fields and Sharon Jones, all artists who had to bide their time before gaining the recognition they deserve. There’s also nothing from Waajeed, Tiombe Lockhart, Raphael Saadiq, Esperanza Spalding, or a whole host of other relevant artists keeping it soulful in 2013. This is but an introduction, and it will hopefully lead a couple of you to dig out some new music for the mind, body and the soul!


The same description applies as volume 1 really. There's mostly new stuff and a few older favourites by the likes of Raphael Saadiq, James Blake and Amerie. Again, it's a live mix with one take and no frills hope you like it!

Limit To Your Love James Blake
Too Much Sampha
The Vapors (feat. Vince Staples) Jhene Aiko
Looks Good With Trouble (feat. Kendrick Lamar) Solange
One In A Million Jonas
Wildfire (Remix) SBTRKT feat Drake & Little Dragon
Tunnel Vision Justin Timberlake
So Many Details (Remix ft Hodgy beats) Toro Y Moi
Second Chance Disclosure
Lockup BC Kingdom
The Place Inc.
We'll Die Thundercat
Angel (Interlude) (Ft. Stacy Barthe) John Legend
One Thing (The Stuyvesants Remix) Amerie
Strange Recreation Jesse Boykins III & MeLo-X
Sunset (feat. Yuna Zaraai) The Internet
The Only One Mayer Hawthorne
Circle Fatima
How Many Drinks? Miguel
Bad Religion Frank Ocean
Be Here Raphael Saadiq feat D'Angelo
Sade's Taboo (Sweetest Taboo Blap-Up) Tall Black Guy
The Hour Valerie June
My World Lee Fields And The Expressions
The World (Is Going Up In Flames) Charles Bradley
Flowers Dudley Perkins
Thanks Vision Toro Y Moi
Dont Stop S3
Another Dawn (featuring Irfane) Breakbot
I'm Alive India Shawn
LFT Quadron
Wheels Keep Turning (Remix) Bayonics
Fadin'/Faden Away/I Be Trippin' Dam-Funk interlude
Lose Yourself To Dance Daft Punk


Chic are coming to Cork and i've decided to mix up some of my favourite tracks from Nile Rodgers, Bernard Edwards and co. I kept it mainly to their classic era even though I rate plenty of the work they did afterwards too, but you can only do so much in little over an hour! This music is the soundtrack to my life and I hold all of these tunes dear, as in nearly 20 years of djing i've been spinning the hell out of them. I urge you to go and buy all of their albums, if you haven't already. in the meantime, enjoy the some of the greatest music of all time!

Saturday Norma Jean Wright
Spacer Shelia B Devotion
Everybody Dance Chic
Dance, Dance, Dance (Yowsah, Yowsah, Yowsah) Chic
Got To Love Somebody Sister Sledge
We Are Family Sister Sledge
I Want Your Edit Chic
Soup For One Chic
Let´s Dance David Bowie
my old piano Diana Ross
You Fooled Around Sister Sledge
My Feet Keep Dancing Chic
High Society Norma Jean
Chic Cheer Chic
Strike Up The Band Chic
Le Freak Chic
Lost In Music Sister Sledge
He's The Greatest Dancer Sister Sledge
I'm Coming Out Diana Ross
Upside Down Diana Ross
Good times Chic
My Forbidden Lover Chic
Open Up Chic
One More Time Sister Sledge
Pretty Baby Sister Sledge
Thinking Of You Sister Sledge
Reach You Peak Sister Sledge
What About Me Chic
Why edit Carly Simon
Easier To Love Sister Sledge
Will You Cry (When You Hear This Song) Chic


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