Anthony Valadez

Anthony Valadez

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2 hr, 50 min

Broken beats and soulful key chords, from yesterday's dusty drums to tomorrow's sounds.

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Broken beats, soulful key chords, samples and sounds.

Broken beats, soulful key chords, samples and sounds.

Anthony Valadez hosts a special three-hour musical welcome to 2017.

KCRW and the Annenberg Foundation present the three-concert Sound in Focus series this summer.

J Rocc is the visionary leader behind the world famous Beat Junkies, a turntablist collective founded in Orange County. He joins Anthony Valadez for a live guest DJ set.

I have been a big fan of this young producer’s work. He seems to drop wonderful remixes and re-edits out of nowhere on his Soundcloud page. His latest EP Vibração Comigo (Vibe With Me) explores the elements of Brasil with 1/2 time bass rhythms and sounds.

Brainfeeder's Lapalux visits for a guets dj mix.

When I hear an Alchemist beat I can always expect the it to hold its own weight as an instrumental with out the vocalist. Sometimes I scratch my head and think "How did he do that?" Alchemist is one of the most respected producers and beatmakers today.

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