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Classic of the day: Otis Redding 'That's How Strong My Love Is'

 Thank you Otis, for making all of our lives better. We owe you so much!


CLASSIC: Sleater Kinney 'Get Up'

 As we read Carrie Brownstein's book 'Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl' - we can't help but look back at Sleater Kinney's exceptional catalog of loud, awesome music. 'Get Up' is from a tumultuous time in the band's history, but it makes it that much more powerful and brilliant. Long live Sleater Kinney!


Classic Of The Day: Lootpack ft. Quasimodo 'Answers'


Madlib, DJ Romes, and Wild Child released 'Soundpieces: Da Antidote' on Stones Throw Records in April of 1999.  The tune 'Answers' with Quasimoto is a prime example of how dope this trio really is.  The album is packed with jams, but this one is on repeat today. iTunes|Discogs



Classic of the day: Max Webster 'Paradise Skies'

Canadian band Max Webster initially formed in Sarnia in the 60's, Ontario but didn't take on that name until relocating to Toronto later in the 70's.  Kim Mitchell, Terry Watkinson, Mike Tilka and Paul Kersey were the founding members, with Mitchell working with Pye Dubois co-writing the songs with Mitchell.  'Paradise Skies' was released in 1979 on the album 'A Million Vacations'.  


Classic of the day: Beres Hammond 'Love From A Distance'


Nothing but love...