Hezekiah (Philly) In The Studio for Episode #129 (November 15, 2011)

(Ok, so I forgot to take his picture while he was there).

Hezekiah‘s interview and musical selections from this week’s The Main Ingredient.

My Set
mark de clive-lowe – alabi featuring sanra nkake (tru thoughts)
ta-ku – pagasa (self-released)
tanya morgan – whatever it’s mine (self-released)
xperiemnt & b.lewis – open skies (self-released)
platinum pied pipers – fever (dj spinna remix) (ubiquity)
lossy – rain came down (tru thoughts)
dirg gerner – loose lights (hotep)
georgia anne muldrow – wholly spirit (animated creatures)
the stuyvesants – the second time around (sd)
adrian younge presents venice dawn – it’s me (wax poetics)

The Interview
iSHE + hezekiah project – pressure (self-released)
iSHE + Hezekiah project – go get it (self-released)
iSHE + Hezekiah project – hold on (georgia anne muldrow remix) (self-released)
iSHE + Hezekiah project – paradise (self-released)

Hezekiah’s Picks
b. (blu) – burgandy (new world color)
eric roberson – strangers (eOne)
kindred the family soul – take a look around featuring bilal and bj the chicago kid (shanachie)
iSHE + Hezekiah project – otis pt.2 (bonus track) (self-released)
hezekiah – sweat drip from my balls (self-released)
beanie sigel – gotta have it featuring peedi crack and twista (def jam)
hezekiah – gypsy slang featuring bahamadia (rawkus)
johnny popcorn – 4 people go (let it go) (forthcoming)
bilal + nottz – something to hold onto (live) (unreleased)
icebird (rjd2 + aaron livingston) – please, dont (rj’s electrical connections)
bilal – robots (chuck treecse remix) featuring iSHE + Hezekiah (plug research)
eric roberson – male ego featuring hezekiah (eOne)

The Main Ingredient is a weekly radio show covering brand new soulful underground music from around the world, featuring as in-studio interviews with the artists making it. New episodes can be found Wednesdays at noon at jonolivermusic.com. The show began in May 2009 as a weekly broadcast from East Village Radio’s storefront studio on 1st Ave. & 1st St. in NYC and continued there until EVR closed it doors in May 2014. This episode is from the East Village Radio Archives.