Joc Max is a thoughtful man. It took me a lil while to get him warmed up and flowing. The extra gifted producer and dj is a mentor to me in many ways and, thankfully, now a close friend. We discuss djing past and present, as well as the practice of folks asking for requests. beatbroker contributes a review of a rare and new bourbon barrel quad boulevard beer. And the debut of an endearing intro animation contributed by Silas Who? An honest reflection conceived of in the moment, this episode continues the tradition embodied by TMBS.
Highlighted segments ::
- START Joc remembers his history in djing
- 15:30 beatbroker reviews the Boulevard "BBQ" limited beer
- 19:45 Miles and Joc respond to a note handed to DJ Miles regarding asking DJs for requests in clubs
- 50:00 Joc shares amazing 45 rpm records
* Dee Edwards "Why Can't There Be Love"
* Young-Holt Unlimited "Give me your love"
* Cross Bronx Expressway "Help Your Brothers"