Its here once again (funny how time flies)! Wax Poetics Sundays @ Charlemagne with deejays Don Johnson, Jubal John, and 3/6 of the BamaLoveSoul crew: DJ Rahdu, JayTeeDee, and Junior Star, this Sunday May 31 – 1pm-6pm.
A bunch of vinyl has been picked up since the last Wax Po session, so be prepared for many treats..
and last but not least, be sure to pick up the latest issue #35 from the shop and grab yourself a $1 off back issue (or two) while they last. The last time I checked (about a year ago), back issue #1 was going for like a hundred bucks..
Charlemagne Records is located at:
1924 1/2 11th Ave S Birmingham, AL 35205
more info: (205) 322-5349
BTW: Don’t forget Jesica Latten’s photography show at Malcolm’s Reading Room this Sunday from 3pm-8pm, so swing by Charlemagne before or after you check her out! More Info @ MalcolmsReadingRoom.com or 205-261-9298.
April 13, 2009
9. Ab & Daru – A Work in Progress
I hope everyone enjoys this! It’s just some of the new music that Ive been receiving lately mixed with some old favs. Thanks to On the Verge, Nu Soul Magazine, Audible Treats, MAC Media, Spectre and the artists featured in the mix for the inspiration!
BTW, More Changes to BamaLoveSoul.Com coming soon including new member, Pink Bubblegum, so Keep your eyes peeled and tell ya friends!
DJ Rahdu – Sound Waves
Download / Get Podcast Here
January 26, 2009
2. Hazadus; I.G.Off; J-Treds; Kwest tha Mad Lad; Thirstin Howl III – Bathroom Cipher
3. Truth Enola – Ill Love
4. Black Star – Thieves In The Night
…::88-Keys Interview Pt 1::..
5. Ra Ra Riot – Winter ’05
6. Schoolz of Thought – It’z Going Down, Now (Feel Good)
7. Mos Def – Love
…::88-Keys Interview Pt 2::..
8. Fonzorth Bentley; Kanye West; Andre 3000 – Everybody
9. Musiq; Bilal – Dontstop
10. J-Live – Don’t Play
11. The Pharcyde – Choices
12. Tanya Morgan – ThreeMcees
…::88-Keys Interview Pt 3::..
13. Lykke Li – Little Bit
14. 88-Keys; Phonte – Close Call
15. Talib Kweli – Right About Now
16. Mos Def – May-December
17. Consequence; John Legend – The Incredible Hulk
18. Scratch; Ciph Born; D-Ruck; Flo Brown; Spontaneous – Sumthin’ That U Missin’
19. Musiq – babygirl
20. 88-Keys; Tanya Morgan – Cuddle Bums
21. 88-Keys; J Davey – Dirty Peaches
22. 88-Keys; kanye West – Stay Up (Stoney Rock Remix)
23. Imagination – All Night Lovin’
DSXXX Interview with 88-Keys
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December 22, 2008
The Realest? I’m not sure, but is it good, innovative & sincere? A resounding YES!
Brittany Bosco is quickly gaining listeners and comparisons to some of your favorite artists. This is not an easy task, of course, and Brittany deserves these comparisons AND carves her on lane as well. The Spectrum EP flirts with many genres and never chooses a suitor. Brittany’s choral and orchestral training are apparent as her voice ranges from soft and soothing to rough and bluesy. To describe this album, I would have to mention her current major at Savannah College of art & Design:Fashion. Brittany Bosco’s The Spectrum Ep has mad style to spare so make sure you check it out!
I was able to speak with Branden M. Collins (graphic designer) and OferReal? (producer) about their contributions to The Spectrum EP. These two, along with Brittany Bosco, Alex Goose, Kid Syc and Danny! make up TheBigUp! Collective. Check them out now because you’ll definitely be hearing more from them in the future.
The Big Ups on The Spectrum EP & Brittany Bosco’s Black & White