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VF Live: Poly-Ritmo #3

Turkish funk, Chicago jazz, UK dub and more.

In VF Live, collectors take you inside their homes, record shops, and studios for intimate sets and mixes.

London DJ Poly-Ritmo steps up for her third VF Live show, with music spanning from Turkish funk, to Chicago jazz and UK dub.

Watch and listen to the set above, check out the tracklist below.

Tracklist:

1. Ozo – Anambra
2. Mike Collins – Latino Beats
3. Makaya McCraven – Too Shy
4. Ruby Rushton – Ironside
5. Ümit Aksu Orkestrası – Bermuda Şeytan Üçgeni
6. Africano – Satisfactorize Your Mind
7. Gloria Jay – Know What You Want

Original Resource is The Vinyl Factory

VF Live: Sarah Evans #5

Funk, soul and boogie from a record shop in Brixton.

With quarantines and lockdowns due to the Coronavirus pandemic ongoing around the world, artists are finding new ways to connect with people worldwide.

In VF Live – our favourite collectors take you inside their homes, for intimate record selects and mixes.

For Sarah Evans’ weekly show, the radio present and producer returns to Soul Proprietors – a specialist record shop in Brixton, London.

Watch and listen to Sarah’s set above, find out more about it and check out the tracklist below.

Tracklist

1. The Salsoul Orchestra – Magic Bird Of Fire (Francois Kevorkian Sunshine Sound Acetate Edit)
2. Soccer – Arena
3. Pino Presti – Funky Bump (long version)
4. Fouk – Coconuts
5. Afro 70 – Nina
6. Kalambya Boys – Kivelenge
7. Mukat – Funk Is What You Want – edit
8. Skipworth & Turner – Thinking About Your Love
9. Family Of Eve – I Want To Be Loved By You
10. Domu edits – Love Vibe
11. Monie Love – It’s A Shame (My Sister)
12. Guyna Mukat – Let Your Body Go

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VF Live: Phonica Records with Luther Vine

Acid, techno and electro selects from inside the London shop.

In VF Live, our favourite collectors take you inside their homes, record shops and studios, for intimate record selects and mixes.

Stepping inside Phonica for the first time since lockdown began, Luther Vine plays stellar acid, techno and house records to put some much needed pep in your step.

Watch and listen to the set above, and head here to check out Phonica’s online shop.

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VF Live: Jesse Bernard #2

“R’n’b deep cuts from 1976-2020.”

With quarantines and lockdowns due to the Coronavirus pandemic ongoing around the world, artists are finding new ways to connect with people worldwide.

In VF Live, our favourite collectors take you inside their homes, record shops and studios, for intimate record selects and mixes.

Writer and presenter Jesse Bernard returns for his bi-weekly show, taking you on “a journey through r’n’b deep cuts from 1976-2020.”

Watch the set above and check out the tracklist below.

Tracklist:

1. Dennis Taylor – Enough is Enough
2. Cheryl Lynn – Encore
3. Eugene Wilde – Gotta Get You Home Tonight
4. Jodeci – S-more
5. Richard Anthony Davis – When You Need My Lovin’
6. Janet Jackson – I Get So Lonely (Jason Nevins Remix)
7. Maxwell – Dancewitme
8. Children of Zeus – Get What’s Yours
9. Maxi Priest – I Know Love (Steven Stanley mix)
10. Freddie Gibbs – Gat Damn

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VF Live: Peter Adjaye #1

Drawing from his collection of rare African records from the 1950s onwards.

With quarantines and lockdowns due to the Coronavirus pandemic ongoing around the world, artists are finding new ways to connect with people worldwide.

In VF Live – our favourite collectors take you inside their homes and record shops, for intimate mixes and performances.

For sound artist Peter Adjaye aka DJ AJ Kwame’s first VF Live set, he delivers a mix from his East London studio.

Watch and listen above, find out more about the set and check out the tracklist below.

“It’s all about afro-funk, highlife and west african contemporary music styles. I am of West African origin – specifically from Ghana – and have always heard highlife music throughout my life. It is one of the most important foundations of contempoary African music infused with a pride of national identity through the mix of traditional and modern techniques.”

Tracklist:

1. Marijata – No Condition is Permenant
2. Gyedu-Blay Ambolley – Simigwa Soca
3.Thomas Frempong – Mada Meho So
4. Nana Tuffour – Sikyi Medley
5. Ahehehinnou Vincent – Best Woman

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VF Live: Charlie Dark’s Have Box Will Travel #5

A tribute to “legendary UK MC and unofficial mayor of Brixton: Ty.”

With quarantines and lockdowns due to the Coronavirus pandemic ongoing around the world, artists are finding new ways to connect with people worldwide.

In VF Live – our favourite collectors take you inside their homes and record shops, for intimate mixes and performances.

Charlie Dark returns for his weekly Wednesday afternoon show – Have Box Will Travel – which sees the Run Dem Crew founder, community leader, activist, poet, DJ and Attica Blues member delving into his mighty collection.

Watch and listen to the set above, find out more about the show and check out the tracklist below.

Hearts are heavy in the studio today as I learned of the passing of legendary UK MC and unofficial mayor of Brixton Ty. Our friendship spans over thirty years – we came up in the music game together and also shared many stages over the years.

This is just a small selection of classic tunes I used to hear whenever I went to rReggae dances at Brixton Town Hall. Thought I’d pull some from the collection to play in his memory. Bless up people.”

Tracklist

1. Rhythm and Sound – We Been Troddin
2. Silford Walker – Jah Golden Pen
3. Greogory Isacs – Beautiful Africa
4. Jackie Mitto – El Bang Bang
5. The Observers – Zorro
6. Prime Minister I Roy – Sure Sounds
7.Junior Soul – Super Love
8.Chosen Few – Do Your Thing
9.U Roy with Bob Marley and the Wailers – Kingston 12 Shuffle
10. Freddie McGregor – Hahovah
11. Upsetters – Black Pants
12.Pablo Gad – Hard Times
13. Rhythm and Sound with Cornell Campbell – King In My Empire
14. Ty Featuring Eska – Sophisticated and Course

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