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DJ Earl

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CEM Podcast 30 - DJ Earl, JFM, Dub Cmb, Chordlust, D.A.D.S and more

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1. JFM - Magik Moments 2. Egomorph - Deadtime Stories - Shadowulf Records 3. Lampe - Deep Dive - AlpaKa MuziK 4. Lewis - One Night - AlpaKa MuziK 5. Dub Cmb - Yes Jah - Dubophonic Records6. iGL & ALECHO - Limbs - Dubophonic Records - electronic music project from Athens, Greece - this is there debut album7. DJ Earl - Sound 2 Sound Lab - TekLife 8. Chordlust - Sixteen Steps (Honeydripper Remix) - Substation Records9. Knows - Eve - Substation Records - 10. Captain Moustache - You got to believe Feat. Fierce Ruling Diva - My Favourite Robot Records11. Haffenfold - Mystica - Greeat Recordings 12. D.A.D.S - Hey Tiger! - https://d-a-d-s.bandcamp.com/album/white-sugar-ep13. Terresan - Le Poeme Sonore - 8 day Montreal14. Checkie Brown - Out of Berlin- Free Music Archive

1hr 28mins

11 Feb 2021

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Dekmantel Podcast 308 - DJ Earl

Dekmantel Podcast

"Nobody did it the way Earl did," says the Moveltraxx label of the time they first fell in love with this Chicago producer 10 years ago. On December 4th, they will mark the milestone by putting out his sophomore album, BASS + FUNK & SOUL. In between his debut and this first solo album in four years, Earl has continued to shape juke and footwork with music on Hyperdub, Planet Mu and Teklife that combined tragedy and ecstasy with hyper speed BPMs. Frankly, the title of the new record says it all, with those sounds making free associations with old school samples and new school rhythms that are unafraid to head off in bold new directions. Whether deep and soulful or frantic and club-ready, it's a record that leaves you breathless. And of course, so does this mix, a thrilling one hour selection that chews up and spits out a dizzying array of drum patterns and vocal samples with carefree abandon. Trapping you in a high pressure loop one moment then lifting you to the heavens on a wave of euphoria the next, it features plenty of material from the new album as well as some classics. This, then, is high class body music that has the power to swell your heart and give your brain just as much of a work out, quite often at the exact same time.

1hr

24 Nov 2020

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Dekmantel Podcast 308 - DJ Earl

Dekmantel Podcast Series

"Nobody did it the way Earl did," says the Moveltraxx label of the time they first fell in love with this Chicago producer 10 years ago. On December 4th, they will mark the milestone by putting out his sophomore album, BASS + FUNK & SOUL. In between his debut and this first solo album in four years, Earl has continued to shape juke and footwork with music on Hyperdub, Planet Mu and Teklife that combined tragedy and ecstasy with hyper speed BPMs. Frankly, the title of the new record says it all, with those sounds making free associations with old school samples and new school rhythms that are unafraid to head off in bold new directions. Whether deep and soulful or frantic and club-ready, it's a record that leaves you breathless. And of course, so does this mix, a thrilling one hour selection that chews up and spits out a dizzying array of drum patterns and vocal samples with carefree abandon. Trapping you in a high pressure loop one moment then lifting you to the heavens on a wave of euphoria the next, it features plenty of material from the new album as well as some classics. This, then, is high class body music that has the power to swell your heart and give your brain just as much of a work out, quite often at the exact same time.

1hr

24 Nov 2020

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EX.534 DJ Earl - 2020.11.19

RA Exchange

The Teklife innovator returns with his second album.

53mins

19 Nov 2020

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MDC.255 DJ Earl Grey

Melbourne Deepcast

Click here for the interview with DJ Earl Grey melbournedeepcast.net/portfolio/dj-earl-greyFinishing the working week with a mix of truly beautiful sounds thanks to one of Australia's very best music selectors, DJ @earlgreyradio! A true purveyor of introspective cuts that can transcend the dance floor and recalibrate the mind/body/soul, Nik Thorup has to be one of the deepest diggers we've encountered, specialising in nostalgic genre benders and soothing ambient, downtempo and dubby grooves of all shapes and sizes.For this episode we're found gently swaying between 160bpm D'n'B atmospheres and majestic moody vocal cuts, perfect to wind down or ease into your weekend with. We also caught up with Nik to chat about his label @besteffort and the imminent closing of Sydney's iconic underground music venue Freda's, where he worked both as a booker and threw parties with Rimbombo over the years.

1hr 5mins

13 Nov 2020

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About Love Pt. 34 - Dj Earl Grey

About Love

Lena Horne - ‘The Man I Love’ (1942) Thee Midnighters - ‘It’ll Never Be Over For Me’ (1966) Ann-Margaret ‎– ‘I Just Don't Understand’ (1985) The Falcons - ‘Since You’ve Been Gone’ (196?)Loretta Williams - ‘I’m Missing You’ (1965) Darling Dears - ‘I Don't Think I'll Ever Love Another’ (1972)Twilight - ‘Pains of Love’ (1986) One Way Featuring Al Hudson - ’Guess You Didn't Know’ (1979) Benny Spellman - ‘Life Is Too Short’ (1960)Chet Baker ‎– ‘Almost Blue’ (1989) Thee Sinseers ‎– ‘It Was Only A Dream’ (2019)Chappells ‎– 'You're Acting Kind Of Strange’ (1969)T.T. Ross - ‘When I Was A Little Girl’ (1975)Friday, Saturday & Sunday - ‘There Must Be Something’ (1971)Piet Van Meren & The Flying Dutchmen - ‘Lovers Lullaby’ (1973) Dinah Washington - ‘This Bitter Earth’ (1960) Napoleon Cherry - ‘I’ve Been Waiting’ (2015)

52mins

13 Aug 2019

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Crack Mix 101 - DJ Earl

Crack Mix

More info here: https://crackm.ag/2PxI5P5

46mins

13 Nov 2015