A brand new episode featuring longtime friend and record digging colleague DJ Center (http://pushthefader.com). Center stopped by my place last Sunday with a couple bags of jazz originals, and put together a great set for the podcast. We also spent a few minutes chopping it up and reminiscing on old mixtapes and digging adventures.
Thanks so much to everyone who’s been listening and sharing the podcast! Remember it’s free to subscribe on iTunes, Soundcloud, GooglePlay or most other podcasting websites and feeds, just search for DJ Ian Head.
In case you’ve missed the latest episodes, Pullin from the Stacks continues on iTunes and Soundcloud. For Soundcloud users, I’ve created a separate account where the latest episodes will be published (though I will also repost them to my DJ Ian Head account as well).
I’m in PDX for the month of June doing some digging and working on some music, so there’s probably gonna be a break from the podcast until I return – but lots of funky goodness once I do!
Hope everyone is good.
Last episode of this podcast for awhile, from the infamous Noah Uman. Check for it while you still can!
1. Everybody feat. RM Nalm Myers – Custodian Of Records (2012)
Dave and Ian are back to talk good and bad record stores, basketball, dissecting Rolling Stone’s Top 50 Rap Songs, and the bozack.
We’re back – again! Serious talk about straw dispensers, the upcoming NBA season, and hip-hop history classes.
Episode 38 – Various ramblings on obscure NBA players, depressing sports moments, and Record Store Day – which devolves into more anti-hipster rants. We were tired.