Solid Steel Radio 14-03-14 - Clap! Clap!, Joe Kay, DK

Solid Steel Radio 14-03-14 - Clap! Clap!, Joe Kay, DK

Our guest in Hour 1 is Clap! Clap! who has a new EP Tambacounda out now on the excellent Black Acre record label and has already been featured on the show. This mix showcases his musical style of researching and sampling tribes, bands and singers originating from the African continent with unreleased tracks, collaborations and remixes.

Plus there's music from Italian film score legend Piero Umiliani, H-Sik, Debruit, DJ Earl and new Ninja Tune signing, Romare

Hour 2 kicks off with Joe Kay, co-founder of Soulection, the LA based record label and radio show. He's currently at SXSW showcasing the Soulection label alongside Esta and Mr Carmack who feature in the mix, plus there's a host of recent selections with the same energy, progressive bass and a similar soulful DNA from Losco, LTGL, Samuel Truth and Goldlink, plus his own edits for J Dilla and Rainy Milo.

DK drops in to wind up the show with new music from BadBadNotGood, future guest Mo Kolours, Teebs on Brainfeeder and "Render Me" from the new Mr. Scruff album.



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