On Let The Record Show, seasoned Las Vegas DJs / content creators Mke "DJ" Pizzo and Warren Peace sit down with musicians, rappers and producers to discuss their favorite songs of all time. These songs play on vinyl on a portable turntable as the hosts and the guests discuss the songs in depth, recounting the history of the tracks, as well as their influences on the artists and on music as a whole.
Ep. 49 | J-Zone (The Du-Rites) Interview
Let the Record Show – the crate-dug interview series in which musicians, DJs, rappers, and producers discuss their favorite songs of all time as the tracks spin on vinyl – continues with its “Socially Distant Series” of video-conference episodes. Episode 49 features indie-rap-sensation-turned-funky-drummer J-Zone. With the release of the fifth Du-Rites album A Funky Bad Time coming on November 13th, J-Zone joins hosts Mike Pizzo and Warren Peace to dig through some of his favorite tracks.
Ep. 48 | Cut Copy (Interview)
Episode 48 features Grammy-nominated, Australian electronic act Cut Copy. Having just released their new album Freeze, Melt, Cut Copy join hosts Mike Pizzo and Warren Peace to dig through some of their favorite tracks. Members Dan Whitford, Mitchell Scott and Ben Browning select a handful of choice cuts, including staples from the likes of DJ Shadow, The KLF, and Yaz, as well as contemporary classics by The Avalanches, Chris Cohen, and Jerry Paper (Stones Throw).
Ep. 47 | Blu & Exile (Interview)
Having just released their new album "Miles: From an Interlude Called Life", Blu and Exile join hosts Mike Pizzo and Warren Peace to dig through some of their favorite songs of all time. As the two select from a diverse palette of tracks that includes songs by Miles Davis, Ice Cube, Prince, LL Cool J, Ron Carter, Ice-T, Yusef Lateef, Anita Baker, and Getz & Gilberto. Producer Exile also gives a status update on his Emanon reunion album with Aloe Blacc.
Ep. 46 | Malik (Interview)
Hot off the heels of the release of his new single “Violet” - the latest from his forthcoming project Spectrum - Brian “Malik” Baptiste joins hosts Mike Pizzo and Warren Peace to dig through some of his favorite songs of all time. The Austin, TX native chooses a diverse palette of tracks that includes some of the greatest songs of all time, such as cuts from Queen and The Beach Boys to obscurities from Bon Iver and Julie Andrews. They also explore the sample connections between artists.
Ep. 45 | Sofi Tukker (Interview)
Episode 45 features NYC electronic dance duo Sofi Tukker, best known for their infectious hits that have been featured in multiple ads for Apple, as well as Samsung, Smirnoff, and Amazon. Sophie Hawley-Weld and Tucker Halpern join hosts Mike Pizzo and Warren Peace to dig through some of the songs that have influenced them, with a diverse crate of track selections that includes Jack White, The Animals, Gnarls Barkley, Buena Vista Social Club, Stan Getz & João Gilberto, and September.
Ep. 43 | The Free Nationals (Interview)
Episode 44 features The Free Nationals, the four-piece band who often share stages with Grammy Award-winning superstar Anderson .Paak, following the recent release of their self-titled debut album. The quartet of Ron “T’nava” Avant, Kelsey Gonzalez, Jose Rios, and Callum Connor bring their trademark sense of humor and unbreakable camaraderie to the show, as each member selects three of their favorite songs of all time.
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Great podcast for music lovers
I love listening to each episode to get to hear more about artists and their influences. Great podcast!