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Afternoons in stereo, Ananda Project, Pimp Daddy Nash, Groove Messengers, Moca and more.

Half-jazzed: the best of both worlds, expressive instrumentation laid on rock-steady beats … As the first track attests, this mix was meant to draw heavily from the jazz catalog and that's the terrain explored for the first half of the show -- from the straight-up jazz stylings of the Afternoons in Stereo beauty that opens the show through house beats reiminiscent of Kevin Yost … by the halfway point, we're drawn unapologetically into the lounge/house groove. But keep alert for the quirkier late players, two joints from the 2004/2005 heyday of Scandinavian EDM, Husky Rescue's "Summertime Cowboy" and "Spring to Kingdom Come" from Flunk. Karl Moestl's "Love is my Religion" gets the Kraak & Smaak Remix treatment with the baddest rhythm section in recent memory. We close out with a viral number courtesy of The Gregory Brothers on their youtube channel -- I don't know about you, but as much as I want to laugh at DoubleRainbowDude, this tune really just makes me happy.

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The Hedonist

Love that first track by Afternoons In Stereo.... might have to use that on my radio show :-)
Pimp Daddy Nash ain't bad too.. and thought that he was just a character from a Guru track.