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Eric Dan, “E. Dan,” is one of the music industry’s most influential producers/engineers. Hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, he has become the anchor of the Steel City’s growing hip-hop scene thanks to his work with some of rap’s biggest names includi
Rapper/producer Oddisee sits down with me on episode 179 to discuss his childhood of having a Sudanese father and African American mother in Washington, D.C., having bore witness to stark inequality early in life and becoming as political as th
Teeko is coming off the heels of the The Gene Brown Beatdown where he single-handed took on friend of the podcast 14KT, and I get the first interview after his turn at bat and the first interview of 2023 with him. We chat about his journey from
Memphis Hip-Hop artist Marco Pavé has forged a twin identity as a champion of independent Southern Hip-Hop and as an educator and arts advocate working to stimulate community activism and entrepreneurship through the lens of hip hop music and c
Versatility and persistence are a deadly combination of characteristics. They are much-needed weapons to have in an artist’s arsenal of traits. For Taylor Gang’s in-house producer RMB Justize, these are the qualities that got him nominated for
Jasper Patterson, better known by his stage name Groundislava, is an electronic musician and music producer based in Los Angeles, California. While we wait for his new album, PuzzleBox, to come out, we chat about his upbringing, school days, hi
This week I chop it up with TM88, the Grammy Award-nominated producer, who is a staple in the Atlanta trap hip-hop scene, working with all the elites from Young Thug and Future to Drake and Juicy J. We talk about a myriad of subjects from selli
Terri Lyne Carrington has never once pumped the brakes on developing her creativity and expanding her own professional success. The three-time Grammy winner and NEA Jazz Master has set the bar for contemporary jazz drummers and emerged as an in
This episode, we open a can of worms and talk about everything from old hangout spots, newspapers and Celine Dion, and I beg the question, 'What would the banging yet smooth beats of DJ Premier, Pete Rock, and the sonic architects of ’90s boom-
DJ Skizz is my guest this week, who is a great producer who has built a solid catalog of production credits over the last few years, dropping high-profile remixes, solo albums and collaboration projects with the most respected emcees in the gam
Focus... is known as a forerunner and pioneering voice in Hip Hop culture since the late 90's. We have a great and honest dialogue about what it was like being the son of  Bernard Edwards; legendary bassist and founding member of the hit-making
Living legend Diamond D swings by the podcast to talk about the early days of his career growing up in The Bronx, sharing stories of being in the studio with numerous rappers, and much more. This conversation leads up to a discussion surroundin
This episode is a masterclass in modern narrative, following my guest this week The Koreatown Oddity as he recounts childhood car accidents, his life in Koreatown, his career in stand up comedy, comic books, movies, spirituality, his new album
This week, my Houston bro Anti-Lilly swings by the podcast to chat about his life growing up, dealing with the trials and tribulations of his 20's, his growth as a person and touring musician, and his new music. To get a better comprehension of
This week I return with veteran producer B. Bravo to talk about life in California, and navigating our way through his struggles and success to create the funk you enjoy today. He returns to Bastard Jazz with the long-awaited follow-up to his 2
Salami Rose Joe Louis is a multi-instrumentalist producer from the Bay Area in California, creating a blend of experimental dreamy sounds with jazz influenced vocals and keyboards. Salami's music may remind listeners of the eccentric spirit of
The Wisconsin beatmaking phenom, DJ Pain 1, shares insight on his production history, in this episode of the podcast. In order to do that, you know we have to dive into his history, thought process, and celebrate his overall W's so we can have
Very pleased to present DJ Wally Sparks on the podcast as we chat about his 20+ years of experience in multiple facets of the entertainment industry. From DJing in college spinning parties, it led to opportunities at local nightclubs which led
Another veteran of the Low End Theory days, this week Free the Robots comes on just a few days after the release of his newest album 'Kaduwa'. When the pandemic hit during a trip to his ancestral home in the Philippines, Free The Robots found h
One of the original turntablists, J. Rocc has done just as much on his own as in a group setting. What now presumes is an all encompassing conversation where we talk about everyone from Eminem to J Dilla, to his crew the Beat Junkies which have
Originally coming up as a rapper at Project Blowed and the Good Life, his ultimate goal was to make beats. We chat about his 10,000 hour journey which includes how he devised his own sound comprised of J Dilla-descended moonlit soul, G-funk's s
Mikos Da Gawd, is a producer with a sound as colorful and complex as San Francisco itself. Born in the Mission and raised in the Bayview district, he was shaped by the city’s winding streets and rolling fog; density and diversity; its contradic
In the time since his last album, the original founding member of Odd Future has focused on his personal life including going to recovery for addiction, focusing on his mental health, and moving from Los Angeles to Toronto. As Hodgy – born Gera
This week I put the focus on a personal friend of mine who was a Baptist Pastor for almost 10 years. Now he is on a journey to become one of the greatest rappers ever. We discuss all hiis victories and defeats as he begins his rise to the top.
Buscrates is a DJ, musician, and vinyl junkie from the Steel City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Since childhood he has always gravitated to the myriad of sounds coming from the stereo system of his father, who did some DJing in the early 80s. We
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