Mixes

For this year's long awaited Notting Hill Carnival our bredrins over at @rockers_nyc put together a very special mix taking you through a journey of roots reggae and dub. Positive Vibrations!



@positiverealitynyc: “I wanted to keep the mix in the same vein as my lot radio show "Positive Reality” that I do monthly with new york city legends@thequeenmajestyand@jonnygofigure. The name "Positive Reality" was inspired by the great Mikey Dread and it was a conscious decision to keep the show tethered to the roots and positive side of the culture.”

01. Lamb's Bread - Sylford Walker

02. Black Wa-Da-Da-Da - Burning Spear

03. Black Star Liner in Dub - Fred Locks

04. Black Star Liner - Fred Locks

05. Stop Them Jah - Jacob Miller

06. Stop Them Jah - Hugh Mundell

07. My Woman - Barrington Levy

08. Prison Oval Dub - Barrington Levy

09. Prison Oval Rock - Barrington Levy

11. I'm Coming Home Tonight - Dennis Brown

12. Hold On To What You'Ve Got - Dennis Brown

13. cool down the pace - Gregory Isaacs

14. Material Man - Gregory Isaacs

15. You Are a no Good - Michael Prophet

16. Dance Of The Vampires - Scientist

17. Me And Jane - Bingy Bunny

18. Big Ship - Freddie McGregor

19. Storming the Death Star - Roots Radics

20. Brandy - Little John 

For this year's long awaited Notting Hill Carnival our bredrins over at @rockers_nyc put together a very special mix taking you through a journey of roots reggae and dub. Positive Vibrations!



@positiverealitynyc: “I wanted to keep the mix in the same vein as my lot radio show "Positive Reality” that I do monthly with new york city legends@thequeenmajestyand@jonnygofigure. The name "Positive Reality" was inspired by the great Mikey Dread and it was a conscious decision to keep the show tethered to the roots and positive side of the culture.”

01. Lamb's Bread - Sylford Walker

02. Black Wa-Da-Da-Da - Burning Spear

03. Black Star Liner in Dub - Fred Locks

04. Black Star Liner - Fred Locks

05. Stop Them Jah - Jacob Miller

06. Stop Them Jah - Hugh Mundell

07. My Woman - Barrington Levy

08. Prison Oval Dub - Barrington Levy

09. Prison Oval Rock - Barrington Levy

11. I'm Coming Home Tonight - Dennis Brown

12. Hold On To What You'Ve Got - Dennis Brown

13. cool down the pace - Gregory Isaacs

14. Material Man - Gregory Isaacs

15. You Are a no Good - Michael Prophet

16. Dance Of The Vampires - Scientist

17. Me And Jane - Bingy Bunny

18. Big Ship - Freddie McGregor

19. Storming the Death Star - Roots Radics

20. Brandy - Little John 

NTS Broadcaster, Graphic Designer and Founder of Margate Radio Paul Camo creates this season "Blue Quilt" mix sonically exploring the rich history of blues and folk music across the black diaspora.

The mix features exclusive audio from Nigerian-Irish artist Caleb Kunle a musical focal point for this season’s Blue Quilt collection and a short interview with Nicholas Daley exploring his ideas around his creative world.

Paul has curated a mix which weaves through a rich musical tapestry which takes references from folk, blues and beyond.

Robert Wilkins - Rolling Stone 

Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - Midnight Special

Angola Prison Spirituals - Rise and Fly 

Black Merda - Cynthy-Ruth

The Dutch Rhythm Steel & Show Band - Down by the River

Howlin Wolf - Smokestack Lighting 

Muddy Waters - Tom Cat

Staples Jr. Singers - On My Journey Home

Dr Ross - Cat’s Squirrel

Little Sonny - Memphis B.K.

Son Seals - Your Love Is Like a Cancer

Doug Hammond - Wake Up Brothers

Bayete Umbra Zindiko - The Time Has Come

Tony Williams - There Comes A Time

Universal Jones - River

Joan Armatrading - Warm Love

Caleb Kunie - Boogieman

NTS Broadcaster, Graphic Designer and Founder of Margate Radio Paul Camo creates this season "Blue Quilt" mix sonically exploring the rich history of blues and folk music across the black diaspora.

The mix features exclusive audio from Nigerian-Irish artist Caleb Kunle a musical focal point for this season’s Blue Quilt collection and a short interview with Nicholas Daley exploring his ideas around his creative world.

Paul has curated a mix which weaves through a rich musical tapestry which takes references from folk, blues and beyond.

Robert Wilkins - Rolling Stone 

Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee - Midnight Special

Angola Prison Spirituals - Rise and Fly 

Black Merda - Cynthy-Ruth

The Dutch Rhythm Steel & Show Band - Down by the River

Howlin Wolf - Smokestack Lighting 

Muddy Waters - Tom Cat

Staples Jr. Singers - On My Journey Home

Dr Ross - Cat’s Squirrel

Little Sonny - Memphis B.K.

Son Seals - Your Love Is Like a Cancer

Doug Hammond - Wake Up Brothers

Bayete Umbra Zindiko - The Time Has Come

Tony Williams - There Comes A Time

Universal Jones - River

Joan Armatrading - Warm Love

Caleb Kunie - Boogieman

Nicholas Daley joins forces with New York brand The Rockers NYC aka Marcus Burrowes & Jonnygo Figure at The Lot Radio for a session exploring the realms of their shared passion for Reggae music.

Tracklist coming soon!

Nicholas Daley joins forces with New York brand The Rockers NYC aka Marcus Burrowes & Jonnygo Figure at The Lot Radio for a session exploring the realms of their shared passion for Reggae music.

Tracklist coming soon!

DJ, Broadcaster and writer Zakia Sewell creates this season mix exploring the deep rooted connection between martial arts and music within the black diaspora.

 
Featuring tracks from the likes of Lee Scratch Perry and sound bites from cult Kung Fu 70’s cinema highlights the intersection of black culture and martial arts as expressed through the soundtracks that defined the era.


Haitian drumming mixed with the iconic funk soul rhythms, Zakia weaves together a mix which seeks to celebrate cultural exchange, union and self-empowerment. 

Sabu Martinez - NUS

喝不完的茶 - Judy Ongg

Lee Scratch Perry - Kung Fu Man

Family Man & Knotty Roots - Distant Drums

Drummers of the Societe

Absolument Guinin - Juba

Paolo Renosto - Moto Centripeto

Erick Cosaque - Kominike

Gwen McCrae - Movement

Jackie McLean & Michael Carvin - De I Comahlee Ah

Danvers - Aye Ata

DJ, Broadcaster and writer Zakia Sewell creates this season mix exploring the deep rooted connection between martial arts and music within the black diaspora.

 
Featuring tracks from the likes of Lee Scratch Perry and sound bites from cult Kung Fu 70’s cinema highlights the intersection of black culture and martial arts as expressed through the soundtracks that defined the era.


Haitian drumming mixed with the iconic funk soul rhythms, Zakia weaves together a mix which seeks to celebrate cultural exchange, union and self-empowerment. 

Sabu Martinez - NUS

喝不完的茶 - Judy Ongg

Lee Scratch Perry - Kung Fu Man

Family Man & Knotty Roots - Distant Drums

Drummers of the Societe

Absolument Guinin - Juba

Paolo Renosto - Moto Centripeto

Erick Cosaque - Kominike

Gwen McCrae - Movement

Jackie McLean & Michael Carvin - De I Comahlee Ah

Danvers - Aye Ata

South London's DJ, producer and radio host Shy One provides a mix inspired by the SS21 Stepping Razor collection, featuring tracks from Reggae Legend Peter Tosh to 4Hero.

Peter Tosh - Stepping Razor 

Prince Fatty and Horseman - Kung Fu Battle ina Brixton

Freddie McKay - Inna my yard 

Prince Jammy - Swords of Vengeance

D-Roy Band - Trenchtown Skank

King Tubby - Flag Dub 

The Ethnic Fight Band - Rock Steady Rocker

Lee Scratch Perry - Black Belt Jones

Althea & Donna - Gone to Negril

4hero - Escape That 

Yussef Dayes Trio - Encore ~ Babylon Burning 

South London's DJ, producer and radio host Shy One provides a mix inspired by the SS21 Stepping Razor collection, featuring tracks from Reggae Legend Peter Tosh to 4Hero.

Peter Tosh - Stepping Razor 

Prince Fatty and Horseman - Kung Fu Battle ina Brixton

Freddie McKay - Inna my yard 

Prince Jammy - Swords of Vengeance

D-Roy Band - Trenchtown Skank

King Tubby - Flag Dub 

The Ethnic Fight Band - Rock Steady Rocker

Lee Scratch Perry - Black Belt Jones

Althea & Donna - Gone to Negril

4hero - Escape That 

Yussef Dayes Trio - Encore ~ Babylon Burning 

After his monumental set from Nicholas's AW20 'The Abstract Truth' afterparty during London Mens Fashion Week, we have a special selection of tracks curated by boss of Deep Medi Musik and co-founder of Digital Mystikz, Mala.

Mala x Johnny Clarke -Sinners

AARDVARCK - Monkey See

Dubkasm - Enter The Gates (feat Rider Shafique - Egoless remix)

Dubkasm - City Walls (feat Ras Addis)

Gantz - Fugazi (feat Elif Dikec)

A, T, O, S - Deep End

Commodo - Eldritch

Compa - Truth In Sound

Kahn - Over Deh So

Ishan Sound - We A Talk (remix)

Samba -Snakes. Egos

Flowdan - Welcome To London

After his monumental set from Nicholas's AW20 'The Abstract Truth' afterparty during London Mens Fashion Week, we have a special selection of tracks curated by boss of Deep Medi Musik and co-founder of Digital Mystikz, Mala.

Mala x Johnny Clarke -Sinners

AARDVARCK - Monkey See

Dubkasm - Enter The Gates (feat Rider Shafique - Egoless remix)

Dubkasm - City Walls (feat Ras Addis)

Gantz - Fugazi (feat Elif Dikec)

A, T, O, S - Deep End

Commodo - Eldritch

Compa - Truth In Sound

Kahn - Over Deh So

Ishan Sound - We A Talk (remix)

Samba -Snakes. Egos

Flowdan - Welcome To London

Bradley zero has curated a mix incorporating the live performance by Sons Of Kemet from the SS20 'Astro Black' London Fashion Week show for Nicholas Daley, exploring notions of cosmic travel , Afrofuturism and spirituality.

Bradley zero has curated a mix incorporating the live performance by Sons Of Kemet from the SS20 'Astro Black' London Fashion Week show for Nicholas Daley, exploring notions of cosmic travel , Afrofuturism and spirituality.

To celebrate Nicholas Daley's jazz-inspired Astro Black collection, Shabaka Hutchings, a central figure in the London jazz scene, blesses us with an exclusive, spiritual jazz mix...

John Coltrane - Feelin good

Pharoah Sanders - Astral travelling

McCoy Tyne - Contemplation

Alice Coltrane - Om Shanti

Billy Harper - Believe, for it’s true

Zim Ngqawana - Kubi

Bokani Dyer - Fanfare

Mandisi Dyantyis - Because you knew

Eddie Gale -The rain

To celebrate Nicholas Daley's jazz-inspired Astro Black collection, Shabaka Hutchings, a central figure in the London jazz scene, blesses us with an exclusive, spiritual jazz mix...

John Coltrane - Feelin good

Pharoah Sanders - Astral travelling

McCoy Tyne - Contemplation

Alice Coltrane - Om Shanti

Billy Harper - Believe, for it’s true

Zim Ngqawana - Kubi

Bokani Dyer - Fanfare

Mandisi Dyantyis - Because you knew

Eddie Gale -The rain

"When approaching this mix, I wanted to tie together the multiple geographical strands from West Africa, Rastafari nyabinghi and the Caribbean … in the lovers rock, roots, jazz and reggae… that might have been blaring out of  SLYGO Reggae Klub’s speakers, Nicholas' parents’ Soundsystem. As well as being a journey through music, I think that mixes have a unique ability to act as sonic history lessons which transport you from place to place and across time.

Live — Nicholas Daley SS19 Slygo (Part 1)

Kiddus I – Crying Wolf (Nyabinghi Take) (1978)

Cymande – Zion I (1973)

Negril – Rasta (1975)

Motion – No Man Is An Island (1981)

Tropical Breeze – So Naive (1980)

Delroy Wilson – I’m Still Waiting (1976)

Kofi – Black Pride (1989)

Live — Nicholas Daley SS19 Slygo (Part 2)

Motion – Basshoven (1981)

Aswad – Not Guilty (1978)

Lifetones – Decide (1983)

Sons Of Kemet – The Long Night Of Octavia E Butler (2015)

14. Live — Nicholas Daley SS19 Slygo (Part 3)

"When approaching this mix, I wanted to tie together the multiple geographical strands from West Africa, Rastafari nyabinghi and the Caribbean … in the lovers rock, roots, jazz and reggae… that might have been blaring out of  SLYGO Reggae Klub’s speakers, Nicholas' parents’ Soundsystem. As well as being a journey through music, I think that mixes have a unique ability to act as sonic history lessons which transport you from place to place and across time.

Live — Nicholas Daley SS19 Slygo (Part 1)

Kiddus I – Crying Wolf (Nyabinghi Take) (1978)

Cymande – Zion I (1973)

Negril – Rasta (1975)

Motion – No Man Is An Island (1981)

Tropical Breeze – So Naive (1980)

Delroy Wilson – I’m Still Waiting (1976)

Kofi – Black Pride (1989)

Live — Nicholas Daley SS19 Slygo (Part 2)

Motion – Basshoven (1981)

Aswad – Not Guilty (1978)

Lifetones – Decide (1983)

Sons Of Kemet – The Long Night Of Octavia E Butler (2015)

14. Live — Nicholas Daley SS19 Slygo (Part 3)

Caya Soundsystem put together
a selection of reggae tracks for the Goodhood store featuring tracks which were played at "The Reggae Klub" in 78-82.

Burning Spear - It is good


Judy Mowat - Black Woman


The Wailers - Small axe


Black Slate - Dread in the house


Misty in Roots- Wise and Foolish


The Abyssinians - Declaration of rights


Fabian - Prophecy


Earl 16 - Children Rise


Twinkle Brothers - Jahovia


Aswad - Warrior Charge


Dennis Brown - Bubbling Foundation

The Revolutionaries - Kunte Kinte

Caya Soundsystem put together
a selection of reggae tracks for the Goodhood store featuring tracks which were played at "The Reggae Klub" in 78-82.

Burning Spear - It is good


Judy Mowat - Black Woman


The Wailers - Small axe


Black Slate - Dread in the house


Misty in Roots- Wise and Foolish


The Abyssinians - Declaration of rights


Fabian - Prophecy


Earl 16 - Children Rise


Twinkle Brothers - Jahovia


Aswad - Warrior Charge


Dennis Brown - Bubbling Foundation

The Revolutionaries - Kunte Kinte

Alex and Errol from the Touching Bass family interviewed Nicholas Daley about his Red Clay collection inspirations such as Freddie Hubbard and Miles Davis, also exploring more about his Autumn/Winter 18 show where the musicians played live, improvising spontaneously in a true jazz spirit.

Maisha 
- Azure

Jon Bap - Marissa

Bubblerap
 - Partition

Devin Morrison - Ujusthavetofeel

Butcher Brown - Camden Square    

Santana - Waves Within        

Santana
 - Unknown Track            

Freddie Hubbard - Red Clay       

Moses Boyd - Rye Lane Shuffle   

Mansur Brown - God Willing    

Steve Kuhn - Pearlie's Swine

Alex and Errol from the Touching Bass family interviewed Nicholas Daley about his Red Clay collection inspirations such as Freddie Hubbard and Miles Davis, also exploring more about his Autumn/Winter 18 show where the musicians played live, improvising spontaneously in a true jazz spirit.

Maisha 
- Azure

Jon Bap - Marissa

Bubblerap
 - Partition

Devin Morrison - Ujusthavetofeel

Butcher Brown - Camden Square    

Santana - Waves Within        

Santana
 - Unknown Track            

Freddie Hubbard - Red Clay       

Moses Boyd - Rye Lane Shuffle   

Mansur Brown - God Willing    

Steve Kuhn - Pearlie's Swine