Every week, Bandwagon invites a guest to do a mix for us. Rather than a standard interview where the artist explains their influences, we figured it’d be more potent if you simply listened to the music.
We provide the context, they provide the sounds.
Young Spice (of Potatoheadz Label in Melbourne, and Dunce in Singapore) is on the mix this week with a little something they entitle ‘4 My Ones’, bringing you a journey through genres, moods and classics alike. The mix begins like a love letter and eventually transpires into rawer territory. Everything from re-edits, to the smooth jazzy sounds of Ahmad Jamal, the raw hip-hop cuts of Quasimoto, weirdo house from Frits Wentink, and some unreleased tracks of their own. The mix commences like a relaxed Saturday afternoon with your girl (or boy) that later turns into a Saturday night out with the crew. Young Spice delivers you a casual flick through their record collection whilst canvassing a variety of their influences… strictly (as they state) for their ones. Enjoy.
Outkast - God (interlude) Andre 3000
Farah - Love theme from spartacus (Re-Edit)
Ahmad Jamal - Soul Girl
Slum Village - Fall In Love
Young Spice Cruisin' (YS Re-Edit) (DJ Dove Interlude)
Roy Ayers - Searching
The Roots ft. Angelo - The 'Notic
Quasimoto - Catchin' The Vibe
Andrés - You're Still The One
Laurent - Untitled B1
Frits Wentink - Gaucamole
Young Spice - Movin' True Machines
M15 (Ivy Mix) - J. Albert