Fusion with Randy J.


Fusion with Randy J. – Saturdays 5PM PST | 8PM EST


Alternate Current Radio and Boiler Room’s Randy J. present: Fusion – A new mixtape series out of the Boiler Room gang


Music Out West - Fusion With Randy J - EP #006

Fusion Episode 6 takes different modern sounds emanating from, inspired by, or that just goes good with desert regions of the American Southwest.  Ranging from rustic to electronic, the sounds on this MixTape must be sought out because they are too cool for continuous play on the FM assembly line.  Here they are:

  1. We Are Scientists – One In, One Out
  2. We Are Scientists – Your Light Has Changed
  3. Western Dream – Niela Dar
  4. New Candys – Excess
  5. New Candys – Meltdown Corp.
  6. Offa My Hands – Jessica Lea Mayfield
  7. Sorry is Gone – Jessica Lea Mayfield
  8. Yo La Tengo – For You
  9. ELETTRODOMESTICO – BLISS
  10. The Ghost Wolves – Attack, Attack, Attack
  11. The Ghost Wolves – Getchya Hip Thrust
  12. Ted Z and The Wranglers – Ball and Chain
  13. Ted Z and The Wranglers – Joseph Ratcliff
  14. Nikki Lane – Gone, Gone, Gone
  15. Queens of The Stone Age – In My Head
  16. Queens of The Stone Age – You Think I Aint Worth a Dollar, But I Feel Like A Millionaire
  17. Queens of The Stone Age – Mexicola
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Reggae - Fusion With Randy J - EP #007

Fusion Episode 7 is all about Reggae.  Old school, new school, dance hall, praises to Jah, and more:

1. Here I come – Barrington Levy
2. Kingston Town – Alborosie
3. Perfect Storm – Lutan Fyah
4. The General – Jahdan Blakkamore
5. Lola – Cali P. (with Sly & Robbie)
6. Modern Day Judas – Jesse Royal
7. Bam Bam – Sister Nancy
8. Rock Stone – Stephen Marley (with Capleton & Sizzla)
9. Ring The Alarm – Tenor Saw
10. Champion – Buju Banton
11. Bossman – Beenie Man
12. All My Life – Chezidek
13. Boom (Wah Da Da Deng) – Hempress Sativa from Paolo Baldini Dub Files
14. Rastah Nuh Gangsta – Samory I
15. Who Knows – Protoje (with Chronix)

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A Hip-Hop Story - Fusion With Randy J - EP #004

  1. [Grand Master Flash interview; on being a DJ and MCs during the birth of Hip-Hop]
  2. Grand Master Flash & The Furious MCs – from Live at The Audubon Ballroom [partial] (1978)
  3. [Jazzy Jay & Wiz Kid interview excerpts; on “Scratchin’” and the Bronx Hip-Hop scene]
  4. M.C. Grand Master Caz and The Cold Crush – from Untitled [partial] (1978)
  5. [VLAD TV interview with Grand Master Caz; on origin of Big Bank Hank’s lyrics on Rapper’s Delight]
  6. Grand Master Caz – from This Aint Rapper’s Delight [partial]
  7. [20/20 report on the new phenomena of “rap music”]
  8. Twilight 22 – Electric Kingdom (1983)
  9. Egyptian Lover – What is a DJ if You Can’t Scratch? (1984)
  10. Ice T & Chris “The Glove” Taylor from the film Breakin’(1984)
  11. Marley Marl with MC Shan – Marley’s Scratch (1985)
  12. 2 Live Crew – Ghetto Bass (1986)
  13. Boogie Down Productions – The South Bronx (1986)
  14. Public Enemy – Rebel Without a Pause (1987)
  15. Call Me D-Nice – D-Nice (1990)
  16. Daz EFX –They Want EFX (1992)
  17. Brand Nubian – Punks Jump Up to Get Beat Down (1993)
  18. Wu Tang Clan – Da Mystery of Chess Boxin’ (1993)
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