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I’ve been wanting to add an music component to Third Looks for some time now. I’ve been listening to more and more mixes through soundcloud through the last year and figured why not share sounds from some of my favorite DJs/producers with you directly. I really like the experience of putting on a well curated mix and just zoning out to it. I intend for this to become a regular feature on the site and I’d love to hear any feedback you may have on this initial offering.

First up in the series is a mix by Note of PTP (Purple Tape Pedigree). He may be a familiar face to some of you as he’s been featured in a style profile here some time ago. When I first heard the mix, I wasn’t familiar with most of the tracks or artists on here, but it was learning experience that was worth the investment. This is the sort of mix play practically anywhere, whether you’re getting work done at the office or drinking with friends at the crib.

I asked Note to describe the mix in a sentence and this is what he submitted. But I suggest you just throw on a good pair of headphones or play this on a deserving system and hear it for yourself.

I’ve been listening to a lot of drum n bass in the ambient/atmospheric side of things the past few months and wanted to put together a mix of some of my favorite cuts in that range — something that people can cool out to. – Note

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Cities Aviv

James Goodmane

In the YouTube age radio is a medium that is often overlooked (no pun intended). From a personal standpoint I’ve had a love of radio since childhood. It was where I’d hear new music, interviews with my favorite artists and what I’d blast driving around town. There’s an artistry and personality that comes through radio that is timeless.

I was invited by the homies Geng-Grizzly and Note D to the BBOX Radio booth for their last episode of Fresh Out the Box. It was a great experience chopping it up on live radio with them and hearing new rap tunes that fall outside the usual mainstream suspects. Also notable on the show was the interview with Memphis rapper Cities Aviv and his manager James Goodmane. They are both extremely gracious people and they dropped ample knowledge of the Memphis rap scene.

If you are at all a hip-hop fan Fresh Out the Box is must-hear material. You can download the latest archived episode HERE. You can tune in live on BBOX Radio every Thursday from 7:30 to 9:30PM. If you liked this feature I recommend checking out  style profile I did with Note D. Look out for more collaborations with me and the Fresh Out the Box Crew in the next few weeks.

 

Photos by Rocky Li

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