The Dusty Handclap No. 20 (Beats of All-Nations Guest Mix)

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From The Dusty Handclap:

This week on the DHC, we have a special guest mix from Mike Styles of Beats of All Nations fame. The mix features a dreamy flow of future beats, inspired by left coast beat artists- Linafornia, Ras G, and Dibia$e. As always, Mike stays true to worldly form by digging into some Latin and Afro beats, highlighted by Buyepongo, Wganda Kenya, and Rim Kwaku Obeng. Best of all, this week we’re back with another record giveaway courtesy of Sev Seveer and the Beats of All Nations family. Please listen, share, and repeat! Thank you for your support!

Tracklisting:

Linafornia – intro [GetReady!!!!]
Linafornia – hi shrimp
Ras G – Take It Slow
Dibia$e – Late Stroll
Illingsworth – Thought Trap
Knx. – Yuri
Ohbliv – Dream Catcher
Grover Washington Jr. – Knucklehead
Marcos Valle – Vôo Cego
Shape of Broad Minds – Changes
Chicago Cosmos – To Hi
Dia.L – Trade Winds
Sev Seveer – Don’t Point!
Sev Seveer – CSG x CSG (megiapa x sev)
Sev Seveer – essOess (June in Space)
Eugene McDaniels – Supermarket Blues
The 9th Creation – Rule of Mind
Africa – Light My Fire
Amaro de Souza & Haraldo De Oliveira – A Corôa do Rei
Buyepongo – Maestros
Wganda Kenya – Suavecito
These Eyes – Soca Hustle
Rim Kwaku Obeng – Sunkwa (Life First)

To hear more from @mikestyles :

Beats of All Nations@beatsofallnations
www.mixcloud.com/beatsofallnations
beatsofallnations.bandcamp.com

A Stable Sound– (Hosted by Cut Chemist every 1st and 3rd Saturday on Dublab 6-8p PST): mixcloud.com/cut_chemist

For more on @sevseveer:

sevseveer.bandcamp.com/album/smithereens

Cover design by: @yiiee

“Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.”

No copyright intended.
I do not own or claim any rights to these tracks.

A Stable Sound Episode 8: The Nautilus Special

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A Special Bob James birthday celebration that features some of my favorite uses of the classic song, “Nautilus”. See how the art of sampling has evolved through the use of one song. Enjoy! -Cut Chemist

From Hip Hop DX:
In celebration of jazz musician Bob James’ December 25th birthday, Cut Chemist of Jurassic 5 cooked up a special exclusive episode of A Stable Sound podcast. With tracks like “Beats To The Rhyme” by Run-DMC and “Daytona 500” by Ghostface Killah, the mix spans Hip Hop songs from 1981-2016, and all sample James’ 1974 single, “Nautilus.” Normally powered by Dublab, episodes of A Stable Sound podcast run the 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month. Listen above.

Beats of All-Nations Radio Episode 017: Christmas Vacation with Mike Styles & followthebaker

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Mike Styles and followthebaker get together some of their favorite Christmas music in an attempt to start a new annual tradition. Enjoy Christmas Vacation 2016!

A Stable Sound Episode 7: The Holiday Hangover Xmas Special

15590495_1350031125016986_6004828590932583842_nHere is the post Holiday Party Xmas special filled with some cheer from different genres and a special Marvski demo in honor of his birthday on Dec 24th. Its a Sag/Cap get down! Enjoy!!

Listen to A Stable Sound Live every 1st & 3rd Saturday (…and sometimes 5th) live on dublab from 6pm-8pm (PST).
Check the archive at Mixcloud!

A Stable Sound episode 3: Halloween Special

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Episode 3 offers Halloween related soul, funk, rock and hip hop from Cut Chemist aka Al Bundy, Mike Styles, Hymnal and Marvski as well as a phone call with Bushwick Bill and the usual never heard before exclusives from the A Stable Sound vaults.

A Stable Sound airs live every 1st, 3rd (and sometimes 5th) Saturdays from 6-8 PM (PST) on www.dublab.com

COHERENCE

Sunday October 16, 2016 we are celebrating the grand opening of Nu Wave Studio/ gallery with a group art installation “COHERENCE” featuring Alex Woo Reimond Mark De Luna, Noah Moreno, Mike Bugaoan, Dstructo Manifesto and Katie Ruiz.

This visual display will also bring an exhibit for the ears; Mike Styles, Eric Redbeef Focht, Gabe Real, DMM and SimplHuman will provide the sounds for the evening. Tapas bar will also be provided by local Chefs.

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Due to limited space at the gallery this event will be rsvp only. Guests can rsvp on event page or @ nuwavestudio1@gmail.com.

#NOWPLAYING: LIVING ROOM SESSIONS x BEATS OF ALL-NATIONS

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Last month we took the crew to the One Santa Fe building in Downtown Los Angeles met with the homie AJ Mendzter at Living Room Sessions, called some friends, plugged in the turntables and flipped on the camera.  Check the sets from Porchlite, Mike Styles, Radius ETC (Live Beat Set) and El Toro Negro!  Shout out to everyone who came to hang with us!

Follow Porchlite at
facebook.com/porchlitemusic
soundcloud.com/porchlite


Follow Mike Styles at
soundcloud.com/mikestyles


Follow Radius at
soundcloud.com/radiusone
etcrecords.com
instagram.com/radiusetc


Follow El Toro Negro at
soundcloud.com/d-musicologist

The Funk Ark ft. Will Rast of Antibalas // Live at Re:Fresh

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Beats of All-Nations presents Re:Fresh
with special guests: The Funk Ark (Washington DC) featuring Will Rast of Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra
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Re:Fresh & Beats of All-Nations DJs:
JB – MIKE STYLES
STRYKE UNO – PORCHLITE
SUBIRA

The Funk Ark:

“Bringing it and taking listeners on a global funk journey that will have you melting into the dancefloor.” – Giant Step
Washington D.C. native, Will Rast (of Antibalas), has been composing music and playing professionally since the age of 14. A love of vintage Funk and Soul, as well as a wide range of instrumental jazz styles were the impetus behind the formation of The Funk Ark in 2007. As a member of Washington DC’s fast growing community of artists, it was easy to find incredibly talented musicians to form a group big enough to create the range of sound he wanted. The band began with compositions that were reminiscent of Lonnie Liston Smith, or Herbie Hancock, but it was Will Rast’s growing interest in the Afro Beat music of Fela Anikulapo Kuti and Mono Mono of Nigeria, as well as Mulatu Astatke and Mahmoud Ahmed of Ethiopia, and the legendary Salsa ensemble The Fania Allstars, that caused the band’s direction to the shift towards a more polyrhythmic, dance-inspiring, funk sound.
The musical journey of Will Rast, which currently includes being a member of international touring sensations, Antibalas, has helped The Funk Ark to amass a wild, beautiful collection of albums over the years, revealing his personal evolution of funk and rhythm. And through these albums, and The Funk Ark’s live shows, the group keeps audiences moving, and awe-inspired, on the dancefloor.

Brought to you by:
Beats of All-Nations
9:00 PM – 2:00 AM | 21+ | No Cover!

EVENT LOCATION:
dba256 Wine Bar Lounge
256 S. Main St.
Pomona, CA 91766