Mathieu Schreyer

Mathieu Schreyer

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1 hr, 58 min

Exploring the world's music from yesterday to tomorrow.

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Check out my tribute for the late Tony Allen.

Mathieu Schreyer joined by Cut Chemist for guest DJ set

Part 2 of Mathieu Schreyer's best of 2018.

Part 1 of Mathieu Schreyer's best of 2018.

Record collectors and dealers David Haffner and Craig Moerer join Mathieu Schreyer for a set of obscure soul, funk, and oddball grooves.

Mathieu hosts renowned record connoisseur Aki Abe for an hour long mix of Brazilian gems.

Mathieu Schreyer pays tribute to Leon Ware following his passing at age 77. Ware was a lauded songwriter, producer, singer and inspiration to many in the soul music community.

Los Angeles native trumpeter and composer Josef Leimberg joins Mathieu Schreyer for a guest mix.

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