Thursday Mixes


ALeqM5hXSiDGIWJA_kgl-JjMOgF642cZOg.jpgAs Sam from Allez-Allez puts it: Love is Strange.

Iron Leg is hosting a "Super Duper Folk Rock Psychedelic Fuzz Dance Party"

Some soul and funk gems for these last days of summer over at Funky 16 Corners.

From Matos: pretty intriguing mix by Brackles. "Jittery" and "all over the place" about describes it.

At this point, I'm really just pasting house links from Orlov's blog and Twitter feed. His latest pick--a mix from the half-Cologne, half-Berlin Dirt Crew--is class.

At Get Down (via Soul-Sides): a DJ Muro mix of classic Isaac Hayes samples.

While we're on the subject of Soul-Sides: they have links to two nice mini-mixes. One is from London's Horse Meat Disco crew and the other highlights the Black Rio 2: Samba Soul comp of Brazilian soul and funk.

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Hua Hsu teaches in the English Department at Vassar College and writes about music, sports, and culture. More

Hua Hsu teaches in the English Department at Vassar College and writes about music, sports, and culture. His work has appeared in The Atlantic, The New York Times, Bookforum, Slate, The Village Voice, The Boston Globe Ideas section and The Wire (for whom he writes a bi-monthly column). He is on the editorial board for the New Literary History of America.

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