Episode 47: Le Loup’s Full Moon Mix

This week on the Adventurers of Soul Clap Podcast, we are proud to present a sophisticated, forward thinking and seriously deep mix from Get The Curse contributor and forthcoming Wolf + Lamb artist; the Parisian young blood, Le Loup.

Le Loup’s production sound very similar to his his DJ mix, reaching into a melting pot of Jazz classics, house and an all around heavy Detroit/NYC vibe.  This set fits perfectly both daytime or afterhours and is a tried and tested compliment to any smokey scenario ;).

His upcoming W+L release (WL054 Digital) will feature another re-rub of the popular Nina Simone standard “See Lime Woman”, a remix of Nicholas Jaar’s “The Student” (formly remixed by Seth Troxler) and our favorite, the deep deep mood setter titled “Give Me Some”.

3 Chairs – Dance of nubia
Moodymann -  M.E.A.N.D.N.J.B (edit)
Le loup – Ghetto sista
Anton Zap – Ain’t got time
B McCarthy – L’amour se soir
Omar-S – Oasis one
Le loup – Dark fly
Jun – Untitled
Dj Qu – Be who you want (Main mix)
Motor city drum ensemble – Frontin
Kris wadsworth – State and griswold
STL – All nite long
Michael Melchner – Use me
Jun – Untitled
Parris mitchell – Climb the walls
Kris wadsworth – Keep pushin (Chris carrier remix)
Parris mitchell – Follow me ghetto(acid)

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Episode 47: Le Loup’s Full Moon Mix

Big Week In Boston!

Tues 2/24: Thievery Corporation Afterparty @ Goodlife

Weds 2/25: Tiefschwarz @ Phoenix Landing

Thur 2/26: Cheap Cologne @ Redline

Fri 2/27: Konrad Black @ Rise Afterhours

Sat 2/28: Our Monthly Residency @ Middlesex

Sun 2/29: Dubwise @ Enormous Room – Old School Garage!

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