Articles tagged with Jeremy Sole
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Lipstick-wearing Bay Area producer Nick Monaco lives by the philosophy “the weirder, the funkier, the better.”
He immersed himself in turntablism as a high schooler. Now in his early 20’s, he’s released music on three respected electronic imprints — DirtyBird, Wolf + Lamb and Soul Clap Records.
His debut album “Mating Call”, released last year, was aimed at getting everyone to fearlessly – and freakily — …
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KCRW DJs will be around town bringing in the New Year!
NEW YEAR’S EVE TWENTY FIFTEEN
BLACK + GOLD BALL
WHO: KCRW DJs Jason Bentley and Valida
WHEN: 9pm- 1:30am
WHERE: Viceroy Santa Monica
ADMISSION: $175 General Admission (Premium Hosted Bar + Hors d’oeuvres)
Ring in the new year with Viceroy Santa Monica, featuring a hosted bar and decadent hors d’oeuvres from Cast’s Executive Chef Tony DiSalvo. Dance into 2015 …
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1 Clap! Clap! — Tayi Bebba
2 Souljazz Orchestra — Inner Fire
3 Todd Terje — It’s Album Time
4 Taggy Matcher — Singasong
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KCRW DJ Jeremy Sole has spent the last couple weeks as the opening artist for Bonobo’s sold out U.S. tour and returns to our airwaves this week.
To celebrate his return, I wanted to share this just-released remix!
Jeremy put his special touch on a track from Sudanese American chanteuse Alsarah and her band the Nubatones.
He recruited Clap! Clap ! and Beats Antique for the classy …
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KCRW DJ Jeremy Sole has a distinctive sought-after approach to his remixes.
If you’ve ever seen the man, you won’t be surprised to hear he’s got a thing for vintage.
He loves all things analog and when he was approached about remixing Beck’s “I Won’t Be Long” – based on his remix of David Bowie’s “Golden Years”—he knew exactly what he wanted to do.
He wanted to …
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Brazilian-born, Paris-based musician Dom La Nena made her U.S. radio debut on KCRW and we were all big fans of her album “Ela”.
When asked to remix a song, KCRW DJ Jeremy Sole said he would only do it if he could use “Batuque”. It’s totally unlike any of her other songs, favoring a Brazilian groove with ritualistic drums and chanting over her normal singer-songwriter …
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For the 5th year in a row, KCRW is partnering with the Natural History Museum for their late night series First Fridays. Party with the dinosaurs and dance to the beats of resident DJ Anthony Valadez and more!
For the first installment – THIS Friday, January 10 — DJ Jeremy Sole will join Anthony, so you can get your groove on and enjoy the dioramas …
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The revolutionary essence of Afrobeat music is rooted deeply in the Kuti family legacy. Today we were thrilled to host Femi Kuti, the eldest son of Fela Kuti, for a live set of music that continues his father’s legacy — combining potent social messages with an unstoppable funky sound.
KCRW DJ Jeremy Sole, who will be opening Femi’s show at the El Rey tonight with …
KCRW DJ Jeremy Sole returned from his Australian adventure with bunch of new records and many stories to tell. I asked him to round up some of his favorite moments below
(Editor’s Note: he dedicated his most recent show entirely to the music he discovered “down under” and you can see videos, photos, blog posts and more here)
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While a big group of us KCRW folk were in Austin seeking new international sounds at SXSW, DJ Jeremy Sole went truly international – traveling to Australia to delve into their rich musical landscape. I went to Australia myself a couple years ago and immediately was adopted by the local music scene. I checked out some of the same venues as Jeremy (including the …