Evening all!

It’s time for another show….

Basement Sessions is a bi-monthly podcast created by Street Soul Productions covering the very best Hip Hop from the UK and beyond. Endeavoring to support independent music, Vice and the Basement Sessions team bring you a great blend of interviews, guest mixes, competitions and more.

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So far our guest have included: Soweto Kinch, Kashmere, Verb-T, Kosyne, M9 (of Triple Darkness), Kyza and more. In the following months we have interviews planned with Sir Smurf Lil (YNR), Ghost (BBE), Speech Debelle (Mercury Prize Winner), DJ Cro (Main Ingredient Show), Apatight (Producer) and many more.

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This week we are proud to introduce Essy, a talented soul / funk / broken beat DJ from the Midlands, UK.

Essy is a full time workshop leader and DJ who’s laid back and super soulful mixes are a welcome break from the cold winter.

Be sure to check his Foundations Mix on Saturday for some slept on classics and those tracks that will get your head nodding and feet tapping!

Here’s what you’ll be listenning to this week:
1. Elvin Webb & Prisoners – I’m Going Home
2. Hypnotic Brass Ensemble – War
3. Fat Freddys Drop – Cay’s Crays (Digital Mystikz remix)
4. The XX/Florence and the Machine – You’ve Got The Love
5. Alice Russell – Hurry On Now
6. The KayGee’s – Fat Daddy
7. Rose Valentine – I’ve Gotta Know Right Now
8. De La Soul – Eye Know (12″ Know It All Mix)
9. TJ Williams and 2 Shades of Soul – Baby, I Need You
10. Erik Truffaz – Friendly Fire
11. Quantic Soul Orchestra – Los Olvidados
12. Kokolo – Candela
13. NSM – She’s Got Soul
14. Plant Life – When She Smiles She Lights The Sky Up
15. Melvin Bliss – Synthetic Substitution
16. The Staple Singers – This May Be The Last Time

Check Essy here:

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