Wonway Posibul (San Francisco) In The Studio for Episode #161 (July 3, 2012)

A photo from Wonway Posibul‘s guest DJ set on this week’s The Main Ingredient.

My Set
the invisible – wings (ninjatune.net)
tall black guy – run the fantastic race (bamalovesoul.com)
marley carroll – cedars (marleycarroll.bandcamp.com)
dorsh / amy winehouse – just friends (radsummer.com)
dexter – telescope (projectmooncircle.com)
oh no – ohnomite jazz (brick/traffic)
oddisee – american greed (mellomusicgroup.com)
feux + kalifornia kurt – gossip (extended retwist) (15 pieces)
hollie smith and mara tk – here & now featuring dj truent (soundsmith)
anthony valadez – walking away featuring damon aaron (plugresearch.com)

Wonway’s DJ Set
joey bada$$ – waves
ayentee – mos common thought bonus track
miles bonny – 5 o’clock suff
suzy duffy – blinded
a bossa electrica – nucleo urbano
world hood – mar y monte (gflux remix)
nadastrom vs heartbreak – church
monkeyrobot – basement infusion
shaolin afronauts – shira
zaki ibrahim – money (king britt remix)
little dragon – runabout (dj craze’s caribbean refix)
frank ocean – thinkingaboutyou (dj cecil beatdown)
sonnymoon – magicians (mndsgnsalmonfromipanemamx)
time wharp – yrLyf
hypnotic brass ensemble – spottie
the bells – kazoo (applejac eastside quad remix)
siaira shawn – dusk
the park – summer
quantic & alice russell with the combo barbaro – i’ll keep my light in my window
jose james – blackeyedsusan
trends of culture – valley of the skinz
ohbliv – sunhymn
jessie ware – what you won’t do for love
norman connors – invitation
the s.o.s. band – tell me if you still care

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.