Brad Barrish’s December 2009 Mix

Check out Brad Barrish’s December 2009 Mix in full-length stream glory. He’s got impeccable¬†music taste and has introduced me to more good music than anyone. That’s quite an accolade considering I’m fortunate enough to swim through great music at Topspin.

I’m a religious subscriber to his monthly mix tape. I highly recommend it. You can give him your email below, and he’ll deliver them to your inbox regularly. You will be pleasantly fulfilled with his dose of good music monthly.

Thank you Brad and mad respect for your consistent gifts of music and vibe.

David Starfire and Sub Swara — Koli Stance Remix

Sub Swara’s Coup D’Yah is a classic from 2008. David Starfire just remixed Koli Stance viagra professional available for free. Just enter your email in the widget below and the free track will be mailed to you:

If you want a refresher on Coup D’Yah, one of my favorites of all time, check out the full-length streams here:

Some of my best peak out tracks:

Go over to Sub Swara’s Coup D’Yah page and buy the album. It’s the freshest sound around town.

Victor Wooten

When I was in London for Topspin work last month, I had a chance to grab a seat at the sold out Barbican show featuring Chick Corea and Stanley Clarke with Bela Fleck and the Flecktones opening for them. I’ve seen them all before and was excited to have a chance to see them again as I’m a huge fan of Bela Fleck and Victor Wooten especially. Victor is widely regarded as one of the best bass players ever. He’s¬†won Bass Player Magazines’ “Bass Player of the Year” three times in a row and is the first person to win it more than once according to his Wikipedia bio. I queued an hour before the show and was lucky to grab some great seats at face value from a lovely lady who had extras since her kids weren’t able to come. Bela, Victor, and his brother, Mr. Futureman were a real treat. Check out Futureman’s drumitar. The Wooten brothers definitely have the genius gene. It’s amazing to see such virtuosos artfully and skillfully moving us with their music. At the show, I managed to capture Victor Wooten ripping it up on my point and shoot camera. Enjoy.