Anthony Valadez (L.A.) and Myele Manzanza (Wellington, NZ) In The Studio for Episode #245 (March 18, 2014)

Photos from last night’s The Main Ingredient which featured Anthony Valadez (who’s new album In Search Of comes out today) and Myele Manzanza (who’s Trio makes their NYC debut tonight).

My Set
oscar key sung – took me in (two bright lakes/warner music-au/nz only)

Myele Manzanza Interview
myele manzanza – big space featuring mark de clive lowe (bbemusic.com)
myele manzanza – on the move featuring rachel fraser (bbemusic.com)
myele manzanza – plain gold ring (soundcloud.com/myele-manzanza)
wayne shorter – bachianas brasileras no. 5 (verve)

Anthony Valadez Interview
anthony valadez – in search of featuring miles bonny (plugresearch.com)
anthony valadez – switch it up featuring kathrin debouer (plugresearch.com)
anthony valadez – walking away (plugresearch.com)

Anthony Valadez DJ Set
bishop nehru – you stressin’ (soundcloud.com/bishopnehru)
hello skinny – bump (slowfoot)
naytronix – what have you done for me lately? (sounds-good.bandcamp.com)
fulgeance – the fan (instrumental) (musique large)
lagos – pyramids
darius – s/ash (roche)
kimiko kasai – as (with herbie hancock) (cbs)
brothers in arms – hot 4 u (whiskey disco)
mestre cupijó – menina chorona (atração fonográfica)
michael jackson – off the wall (acappela) (epic)
miles bonny – tonight’s the night (kenny dope original edit) (dopewax)
erol alkan – a hold on love (phantasy sound)
sants – nath (soundcloud.com/darkerthanwax)
anthony valadez – zach’s thesis (kalva won remix) (plugresearch.com)
part-time heroes – holy (wahwah45s.com)

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.