The Line-Up for 8-5-2011

I think I'm getting the hang of this new computer system. Yes, the music levels are a little high but I think my coordination is getting better. Either way, there's a pretty good show this week.

Gerald Clayton - Snake Bite
I figured I hadn't played any Gerald Clayton in a little while.
Gerry Gibbs Sextet feat. Ravi Coltrane - After the Dawn
I want to ease you into the Flying Lotus & Infinity experience. It'll start more straight ahead jazz and then spin out.
Austin Peralta - Capricornus
1) Still spinning out. 2) I hadn't played any Peralta in a while, unless you count all the straight up Thundercat tracks that have been online for a while from his impending album on which Peralta backs.
Flying Lotus - Mmmhhmmm feat. Thundercat
The genuine article
Miguel Atwood-Fergusson - Hoc 'N Pucky
Atwood-Fergusson is like garlic powder. Garlic powder makes practically anything better. I'm questioning that simile but I'm still putting it out there.
Becca Stevens - Weightless
I haven't played any Becca Stevens in a little while.
Herbie Hancock - Calypso
The computer picked this one so I figured I'd stick with it.
Incognito - 1975
I also figured I hadn't played any Incognito in a little bit. I'm just revisiting all sorts of stuff this week.
Menahan Street Band - Make the Road by Walking
See, revisiting.
Christian Scott - K.K.P.D.
Definitely revisiting.
Herbie Hancock - Alphabeta
I was a little short on time so I figured I'd play another Herbie tune.

Mic Breaks
MF DOOM - Saffron
The Stuyvesants - Roosevelt Projects Jam Session
Madlib - Distant Land

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