A vinyl mix starring Jehst, The Herbaliser, DJ Vadim, and Hash Finger? We’re there! You may know Remulak as the British hip hop producer known for collaborations with Melanin 9 (M9), Moka Only, and others or the co-owner of Village Live Records. As he navigates a new year with new projects, he put together a dope hour-long mix of some of the UK’s finest underground…

Long-time friend Theo_Huxtable drops a mix “for all the Justines in the world”. When you’re feeling someone’s aesthetic, you’ve gotta get a collab in and that’s what we did. We asked Theo_Huxtable if he’d be down for a mix and this is the result. JustineMix is a half hour of dope cuts inspired by Justine Phillips, the real Theo Huxtable’s girlfriend. According to “our” Theo,…

Jakarta have collated Habibi Funk Mixes 1-7 and thrown them on Bandcamp for free. To celebrate 20,000 Facebook followers, Jakarta Records are giving away all their Habibi Funk mixes for free on Bandcamp. We’ve been big fans of them so this is a must-download. Stream (and download) them below.

A double throwback mix from 2008, courtesy of Controller 7 and some fine Bay Area rap. Controller 7 is one of our mainstay forum regulars who has a knack for funky hip hop productions. Hip Hop mixes were never our thing on the Strut because where do you draw the line? We are not Worldstarhiphop. BUT, this mix was enough for us to make that…

Brazilian musician Ed Motta compiles a mix of cool Japanese “City Pop”. Japanese representations of Western music always add a new edge and come out sounding better in ways. City Pop is musical menagerie of styles, taking from J-Pop, soft rock, AOR, and bits of funk and boogie. Ed Motta compiled a fine mix showcasing the cool vibes of City Pop. Any producers with a…

This Prince mix was made exclusively for the 11th annual Soul Slam in San Francisco. I can’t believe it’s been a year since Prince passed away. Time really does fly. DJs King Most and Proof put together this mix of covers, remixes, classics and rarities for the Soul Slam event in San Fran and they came nice with it.

The LA beatking dropped a dope mix for Soul Circle Radio including tracks from Nas, Snoop Dogg and ATCQ. Anything Exile puts together is worth listening to and this mix is no exception. The MPC maestro threaded together some fine selections and even had time to give Soul Circle Radio an interview. Get ready for some Biggie, Common, Nas, and Kendrick amongst others. Stream it…