DJ Shred One (NYC) In The Studio for Episode #218 (September 10, 2013)

Photos from (Cherries Records Co-Founder) DJ Shred One’s interview and guest DJ set on last night’s The Main Ingredient.

My Set
blitz the ambassador – bisa featuring nneka & ty (jakartarecords.de)
deft – faded (projectmooncircle.com)
the foreign exchange – call it home (theforeignexchangemusic.com)
denitia and sene. – lucy.loosie (input)
ladi6 – hold tight (ladi6.bandcamp.com)
soia – obtaining (recordbreakin.com)
body language – falling out (bodylanguage.bandcamp.com)
theo parrish – kites on pluto (sound signature)

The Interview
amalia – welcome to me (cherriesrecords.com)
benjamin – love is gonna let you down (cherriesrecords.com)
doug shorts – don’t sleep on my love (cherriesrecords.com)

Shred One’s DJ Set
benny tones – odyssey (b.bravo’s ‘lover’s bounce’ remix) (bbemusic.com)
reggie b. – tell me baby feautring sherrale b (soundcloud.com/reggieb18)
reva devito + roane namuh – lavender (roanenamuhrevadevito.bandcamp.com)
the electric vs. etrecs – simple as easy (etrecs.bandcamp.com)
J-1 – tbd (unreleased)
reggie b – time (soundcloud.com/reggieb18)
dwele – what profit (rt music group)
proh mic – i like (cherriesrecords.com)
tony ozier – the funk (cherriesrecords.com)
prince – boyfriend (npg)
tuxedo – so good (tuxedofunk.com)
proh mic – right on time (cherriesrecords.com)
the sunburst band – put a lyric in it (z)
reva devito + roane namuh – c(h)ampagne (roanenamuhrevadevito.bandcamp.com)
original just us – you’re my latest Inspiration (big jack’s discotechnology edit) (unreleased)
feel – let’s rock (sutra)
amuzement park – groove your blues away (our gang entertainment)

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.