Monday, July 27, 2009

Debut Series Vol. 15--Sergio--Baby I'm Burnin'

To celebrate hot August Nights, Sergio from the Bay Area has blessed uws with a hot disco mix, "Baby I'm Burnin.'" Enjoy the mix and check out Sergio's other mixes on

Alton McClain & Destiny- "You Bring To Me My Morning Light"
Farid- "Far Away"
Global Communication- "The Way (Secret Ingredients Mix)"
Rick Astley- "Whenever You Need Somebody (Remix)"
Trance Dance- "Do The Dance (Chris' Chop Shop Mix)"
Ronnie Dyson- "All Over My Face (Disco Plumber edit)"
Quartz- "Beyond The Clouds (Glenn Rivera ReStructure Mix)"
Sylvester- "Tell Me (Album Remix)"
Poopee and the N.Y. Squirrels- "Bust That Nut"
The Raes- "A Little Lovin' (Keeps The Doctor Away)"
Dolly Parton- "Baby I'm Burnin'"
Pat Lundy- "Work Song (Faze Action remix)"
High Energy- "Should Have Gone Dancing"
Persia- "Inch By Inch"
Columbus Circle- "If You Read My Mind"
Ray Parker Jr. And Raydio- "For Those Who Like to Groove"
Lemuria- "Hunk of Heaven"


Wednesday, July 22, 2009 sponsors FULL CIRCLE--Sat. August 8--9PM-2AM--ATLANTA

ATTENTION FANS FROM ATLANTA!!! is sponsoring FULL CIRCLE on Saturday, August 8, 2009, from 9p.m.-2a.m., for an evening chock full of house music loving.

This party is also to celebrate Amanda (a friend of, former WRAS radio host)getting into law school (GSU class of 2013) and hence returning to Georgia State, home of WRAS Atlanta, where Amanda and I got our start in the dance music scene hosting Planet 8 and Subterranean.

There is a suggested minimum donation of $5 at the door. All proceeds from the event will be donated to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, a non profit organization that raises awareness and money for blood cancer research.

Your selectors for the evening are:

Kai really needs no introduction. One of Atlanta’s pioneers in the house music scene, Kai has set the vibe at Kaya, Madhouse, Nomenclature, Ying Yang, and MJQ to name a few. Come hear him lay it down proper at Beleza. Listen to his May set for here

Another mover and shaker in our local music scene, J-Luv stays busy, whether in marketing and promotions, pro audio, or music distribution. Come watch him get busy with us on Saturday night and shake your rump!

Getting his start at Madhouse with Mr. Scary and Hippie B, Poobah has released tracks with J-Luv and 23 as Aerotecnica, and with 23 as Daydream USA. Listen as he releases some beautiful house upon Beleza.

About the venue:
905 Juniper & 8th Street
Complimentary Valet Parking – Natural Foods – Culinary Cocktails – Brazilian Accent

Check our blog for updates and information:

Please take a moment to read about how your donation works for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society:

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

3 ways to be a part of

Dear Friends, Family, and Fans!
First, I want to thank those who have been regularly following this podcast for the past year and half. This podcast is a labor of love for me because of I have a passion for music and I'm glad to you enjoy it. There are plans in the works for this podcast that are new and exciting and I want you to be a part of them.

There are 3 ways to do this.
  • You can sign up for our e-mail list and receive e-mail updates on new podcast and upcoming events. E-mail with the subject line "Sign Up" and you will start receiving e-mails in August.
  • Become a follower to this blog. Just scroll down to the "Become a Follower" and add your e-mail address.
  • Finally, join our forum board at You can hear about exclusive mixes and other info. If you're an aspiring DJ and would like to post your mix, you can post it on there too!
Hope you can join us!


Saturday, July 4, 2009

Debut Series Vol. 14--Osmose--Smoker's Lounge Vol. 2

We last heard from Osmose in August 2008, with "Smoker's Lounge Vol. 1." Now he's back with his second edition. Osmose is based in Atlanta and is well known for his reggae sets. He has a weekly show on Zion and does many events in the southeast. For more info, check out OsmoseSound or his MySpace.

1. El Michels Affair--"Spread Your Soul"
2. Lucky Brown--"Potato Cakes"
3. Mukatsuku--"Snow Revolution"
4. na--"Spread Love"(rmx)
5. Organic Grooves--"Slim Fast in Reverse"
6. Nightmares in Wax--"I am You"
7. Jazz Liberatorz--"The Process Instrumental"
8. Presto and Mhax Montes--"Rock On"
9. Kenny Dope--"Oh Baby"
10. Hydrophonic Sound System--"American Pickpocket"
11. Thievery Corporation--"Warning Shots"
12. Sofa Surfers--"Can I Get a Witness"
13. Regal--"The Village Calling"
14. Dub Traffic Control--"Juana Tijuana"
15. DJ Sabo--"Colegiala Dub"
16. Audited Beats--"Reggae Type of Way"
17. JSTAR--"Extra Playa"
18. Collen and Webb Presents--"The Jamaican Jerk Off/Golden"
19. Johnny Haastrup--"Greetings"


Friday, July 3, 2009

The Stash Vol. 3--Smith and Mighty--Radio Mix 2002

For our 3rd "Stash" series, we feature a radio mix from Smith and Mighty. From Bristol, England, Smith and Mighty were influential in the trip-hop scene in the early 90's. They have 7 albums to their credit, most of which are on K7 records. This Reggae/trip-hop/early dubstep radio mix was sent to college radio stations in 2002 to promote the "Life Is" albums. Even though the album was sent with no tracklistig, there are 3 songs from that album on this mix: "Life has a Way," "B Line Fi Blow," and "I Saw You."

For more info on Smith and Mighty, go to K7 Records or their MySpace