Still ill but new music will have healing powers. These new classy arrivals will soon be played in my first show of October and we’ve got: the new 90s Tapes release on crystal clear vinyl by Yonkers MC Hi-Tech which is already sold out after one blink. Expect twelve dope golden era tracks (produced DJ Shok and Jay Biz) plus instrumentals on this anthology.

Next up HHV Records drops a superb early 2000 nugget from NYC on fresh red vinyl by Amir Said who is founder of Superchamp Books with releases like »The Art Of Sampling« and »The BeatTips Manual«. Lord Folter from Germany comes correct with his new album »1992day« on a gatefold double vinyl and support by Audio88, Torky Tork, Flitz&Suppe and more plus instrumentals of each track. HHVs last record is a dope little 45 titled »HHV For The Culture« and all of the money goes to Berlin’s Club GRETCHEN. Including heavy tunes by Suff Daddy, Onra, The Bug and schlachthofbronx. Save your club!

Last one of the new freshness is the freshly squeezed album »Wachaga« by Kutiman who drops an amazing record which is based on field recordings he made in Tanzania of local musicians, then manipulated, layered and expanded in his home studio. Tip!

Thanks for sending me this musical medicine and furthermore much love to my friends from who featured my recent Beastie Boys-special on their website:

Stay safe everyone and have a listen to my latest episode on Brooklyn Radio with Dr.Best and The Rebel DJ in exclusive guest mixes here: