Pharcyde

Posted 15 Jul 2011

Bombshelter [#518]

Guru – Lost Souls Grieves (feat. Kru Kid) – No Matter What Jay Electronica – Posers Digable Planets – Jimmys Diggin’ Cats Company Flow – 8 Steps To Perfection De La Soul (feat. Biz Markee) – Stone Age J Rawls (feat. Casual) – Find A New A Plus... Continue »
Posted 30 May 2011

Bombshelter [#512]

Tracklisting: Pharcyde – Somethin’ That Means Somethin’ Eligh – Soul On The Road Blue Scholars – Cinematropolis Abstract Rude – Coat Of Paint G&E (feat. Slug) – BOOM J-Live – The Epilogue Murs – Me & This Jawn Quasimoto – The Broad Factor RZA – You Can’t Stop Me... Continue »
Posted 26 Jul 2010

Bombshelter [#469]

It was good to back inside The Bombshelter for this episode.  Buddha & I spent some time getting new music together and the playlist shows.  Thanks to Lopan of the Who Cares camp for bringing us the TOP SECRET new album so we could share with you.  Big ups to my man Chip aka Megabusive for his new song... Continue »
Posted 07 May 2010

Bombshelter [5-2-2010]

(192kbps MP3 file) Tracklisting: Rameses – Life Right Last Emperor – Do You Remember Pharcyde – Running Roosevelt Franklin – Insomnia 411 Atmosphere – This Ones About Alcohol Too CMA – Windows Common – Inhale De La Soul – Stakes Is High Apprentice – Today Sapient – Just Like Me Grouch – God Bless The Elephant K-OS – I... Continue »
Posted 22 Mar 2010

Bombshelter [3-21-2010]...

(192kbps MP3 file) Tracklisting: Blue Scholars – 27 Aceyalone – Keep It True Scarub – I Want A Car De La Soul – Itzsoweezee Fu-Schnickens – Ring The Alarm Who Cares – The Ghost Of Friday Night Blueprint & Illogic – Lucky J-Live – The Epilogue Outkast – Elevators Roosevelt Franklin – Dave Winfield Sage – Runaways Murs –... Continue »
Posted 03 Mar 2010

Bombshelter [2-7-2010] **J-Dilla...

James Dewitt Yancey (February 7, 1974 – February 10, 2006), better known by the stage names J Dilla and Jay Dee, was an American Grammy Nominated record producer who emerged from the mid-1990s underground hip hop scene in Detroit, Michigan. According to his obituary at NPR.org, he “was one of the music industry’s most influential hip-hop artists, working for... Continue »
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