Freshly Cut on BASE FM, 01 July

July 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

Duuudes, totally feeling the vibes on this one. New fire from Opensouls, Allan Kingdom, Klaves. Hip hoppy to housey to funky. Lovely. Tracklist at the link below.

Freshly Cut on BASE FM, 24 June

July 17, 2014 in Freshly Cut

Getting it in again on BASE FM 8 – 10pm. Lots of good stuff there, have a listen.

Freshly Cut on BASE FM, 17 June

July 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

Welcome back to another session of Freshly Cut, every week on BASE FM, Auckland, Aotearoa. Heaps of goodness instore following a nice transition through a few styles.

Freshly Cut on BASE FM, 10 Jun

June 11, 2014 in Uncategorized

Slap me down, whole lotta good tunes in here. Big ups to DJ Dom and C Steppa for running some joints and keeping the studio cheerful. Lots of new tracks and some classics all blended to taste. Enjoy whanau.

Freshly Cut on BASE FM, 31 May – Elder Statesman, Jafu, Maximoe

May 31, 2014 in Uncategorized

Back with some yurp.

Freshly Cut on BASE FM, 20 May

May 21, 2014 in Freshly Cut

Jazzy jazzy beats then some heavier ones, then some jazz.

Freshly Cut on BASE FM, 13 May

May 14, 2014 in Freshly Cut

Lots of new ones from Moka Only, Fatima, Eric Lau, DiBia$e and Bad Bad Not Good. All in all, not bad.

Freshly Cut, 06 May

May 12, 2014 in Freshly Cut

Hot plates this week! Beats pon beats first up with new ones from Melodiesinfonie, Apollo Brown, Dead Horse Beats and Nick Latty. Upping the tempo midway with some KAYKAY and other favs. Ones for the mums towards the end, definitely gonna get you moving. Check!

Freshly Cut on BASE FM, 29 Apr

April 30, 2014 in Freshly Cut

Back at it this week with some boom bap, beats and soul claps. Ridin High by Famtima, can’t believe that tune. Yours.

Freshly Cut on BASE FM, 22 Apr

April 23, 2014 in Freshly Cut

Back for another week, starting off with some blissful stuff from Mad Satta, in anticipation of their upcoming album, ‘Comfort’. More great local jams from Estere, @Peace and Team Cat Food. Getting some cheese in with a nice rework from Sevnth Wonder and taking it funky for the last 30 with The Kutimangoes off their new album Afro Fire. Repost and comment! Kia ora.