The Main Ingredient Radio Show NYC – Episode #133 (December 13, 2011)

The Main Ingredient Radio Show NYC – Episode #133 (December 13, 2011)
zaki ibrahim – something in the water (motif)
the echocentrics – it’s hot (ubiquity)
james blake – love what happened here (r&s)
oOoOO – nosummr4u featuring miss lisa (self-released)
1000names – paper trip (project mooncircle)
captain planet – another dollar (bastard jazz)
samuel & the dragon – rising up (slow mix) (brownswood)
pavel dovgal – kissing purple (project mooncircle)
coultrain as seymour liberty – mutual possesion (self-release/FRSH SLCTS)
the roots – the otherside featuring bilal & greg porn (def jam)
sarah white – dance on mars (bagpack)
bairns – s-type (lucky me)
mr. scruff – bounce (ninja tune)
damu the fudgemunk – faster rhyme for self (redefinition)
full crate – qcta (wonderful ear)
allen hoist – inner city blues (soulab)
tomson & benedict – blind featuring bantu soul (opolopo remix) (tokyo dawn)
new look – relax your mind (!k7 germany)
vindahl – you know (tokyo dawn)
oddisee – glamour (mixtape)
gonjasufi – love of reign (warp)
royalty – halley’s trail (five easy peices)
georgia anne muldrow – the jump rope song (animated creatures)
dj adlib – wine featuring black spade & the primeridian (melting pot)
the stuyvesants – thorough thread thoroughbreds (sd)
tanya morgan – in the city (self-released)
mecca:83 x kano sano x buscrates – midnight kids (freeform)
sam trump – groove (self-released)
kingpin slim – sad (self-released)
tawiah – run (warner/free ep)
jono mccleery – it’s all (ninja tune)
the log.os – dunes (rebirth) (self-released)

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.