DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #103

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Spanning the greater part of the last two decades, Jaymz has built an impressive back
catalogue of productions, not only diverse but wet with emotion. From Afro-Latin to deep
house, to old school acid house, to broken beat to disco, Jaymz’ magical record bag
knows no boundaries. In addition to traveling the world over Jaymz has touched down
with labels like Tribal America, Nitegrooves, Irma, and of course, his own Nylon
Recordings — proving that quantity and quality can both bunk in the same house. To
date Jaymz has released three full albums, over a dozen remixes, and an even longer
list of singles. And, still going strong; as the newest member of MotionFm’s five-star
cadre, Jaymz’ “Adult Selections” podcast will be sure to leave no rock unturned.

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*For iTunes Users Song Links have been included when avail. and Click here to subscribe to the Adult Selection iTunes Podcast.

DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #103

Jaymz Nylon Feat Joshua-Power To The People – Afrotech Remix – Promo
Atjazz – Jullian Gomes – Bucie – Out of My Life
Corrado Bucci – Open Your Eyes (Andrés Remix)
Alison Crockett – Crossroads (DJ Spinna Remix)
Myles Bigelow – Music Is All We Need (Original)
Blaze – Wishing You Were Here (Joey Negro Extended Mix)
Tylo Parker – Black Liberation (Main Mix)
Xerophytic Soul – Music Unicorn
Tender Games – Lost (Chopstick & Johnjon Remix)
Adam Port – Stereo MC’s – Place
Crackazat – Somewhere Else
DJ Spen – Nobody
Filsonik – Jules – Ode
DJ Fudge – Mechouga (Original Mix)

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RHA MA750i Noise Isolating Premium In-Ear Headphone Featuring Handmade Drivers…

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We love these mid-priced in-ear headphones by the British sound geniuses RHA. The 750i’s are perfect addition to our portable devices when listening to finished tracks, demos, dj sets or phone calls etc… *It’s also advise that the need to be broken in…

RHA MA750i Noise Isolating Premium In-Ear Headphone with Remote and Microphone – 3 Year Warranty

 

 

Handmade dynamic driver (model 560.1).

The handmade dynamic drivers used in the MA750i (model 560.1) have been designed to deliver a clear and natural sound. Featuring high quality components, the drivers are capable of reproducing audio with exceptional power and precision.

MA750i

Noise isolating, premium, in-ear headphone with remote and microphone

Using RHA’s Aerophonic design, the MA750i is constructed from individually machined stainless steel components. The handmade driver and over-ear fit ensure remarkable sound reproduction and a comfortable, noise isolating fit.

Handmade dynamic driver (model 560.1).

The handmade dynamic drivers used in the MA750i (model 560.1) have been designed to deliver a clear and natural sound. Featuring high quality components, the drivers are capable of reproducing audio with exceptional power and precision.

MA750i

Noise isolating, premium, in-ear headphone with remote and microphone

Using RHA’s Aerophonic design, the MA750i is constructed from individually machined stainless steel components. The handmade driver and over-ear fit ensure remarkable sound reproduction and a comfortable, noise isolating fit.

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Each MA750i driver housing is formed in the RHA Aerophonic shape from machined, high density, 303F stainless steel for outstanding durability and sonic performance.0df5da09-5945-4adc-a33b-6a0f73a81bd5.png._V335518752__SR220,220_.png

Made for iPhone

A three-button remote and microphone is included on the MA750i cable to offer complete control over calls, music and volume with compatible Apple devices. Some remote and mic functions may be supported by Android and other smartphone devices, dependent on model, generation, applications and software versions.

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Aerophonic

RHA’s unique Aerophonic design is engineered to efficiently channel sound from the high performance dynamic drivers into the ear. The shape is inspired by the airflow properties of a trumpet’s bell, allowing MA Series products to deliver full frequency, authentic sound reproduction.

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isolation

Included with the MA750i are six sets of RHA’s dual density ear tips for a comfortable, noise isolating fit. The ear tips feature a softer outer layer for comfort and blocking against exterior noise and a firmer core to ensure a tight seal. Also included are two sets of double flange and two sets of memory foam tips.

 

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Over-ear fit

The MA750i feature over-ear cable supports designed to position the cable over and behind the ear. The cable supports offer a more comfortable, secure fit and help deliver effective noise isolation.

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Reinforced cable

The 1.35 meter cable used for the MA750i is inspired by high end audio cables, featuring oxygen-free copper cores in addition to stainless steel reinforcements throughout.

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3 year warranty

The MA750i has been designed and engineered to deliver the highest standard of build and audio quality, which is why it is covered by a comprehensive three year manufacturer’s warranty.

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Box contains

MA750i in-ear headphone. 6 pairs, dual density ear tips (S / M / L). 2 pairs, double flange ear tips (S / L). 2 pairs memory foam ear tips (universal size). Stainless steel ear tip holder. Premium storage case. Clothing clip. User guide.

DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #102

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Spanning the greater part of the last two decades, Jaymz has built an impressive back
catalogue of productions, not only diverse but wet with emotion. From Afro-Latin to deep
house, to old school acid house, to broken beat to disco, Jaymz’ magical record bag
knows no boundaries. In addition to traveling the world over Jaymz has touched down
with labels like Tribal America, Nitegrooves, Irma, and of course, his own Nylon
Recordings — proving that quantity and quality can both bunk in the same house. To
date Jaymz has released three full albums, over a dozen remixes, and an even longer
list of singles. And, still going strong; as the newest member of MotionFm’s five-star
cadre, Jaymz’ “Adult Selections” podcast will be sure to leave no rock unturned.

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*For iTunes Users Song Links have been included when avail. and Click here to subscribe to the Adult Selection iTunes Podcast.

DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #102

Onedee – DeeVah – All I Needed [Presented by Deep House Providers] (Original Mix)
Mr Beatnick – Marshmallows
Rodriguez Jr – Mistral
Leandro P. Feat. Anthony Poteat – He’s Able (Jaymz Nylon Afrotech Remix)
Van Luco – Hypnotized
SweetRonic Deep – Coco
Snazzy Trax – You Give Me (Original Mix)
R-Tido – Alone (Afro Deep Mix)
Thandi Draai – Down On Me (XtetiQsoul Mix)
Soul Deep Collective – Passion (Johnny Fiasco Sunday Soul Remix)
Sacha Williamson – Blame (Opolopo Remix)
Soulful Session – Chelsea Como – Back & Forth (Schooly_s Single Re-Edit)
The Wizard Brian Coxx – Sandy Spady – Better Off-The Wizard Brian Coxx Feat. Sandy Spady.wav (Original Mix)
Tobascosozz – Ayanda Jiya – Love Supreme (Original)

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Unfinished Oak Record Shelf System With Birch Inlay

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Unfinished Oak Record Shelf System With Birch Inlay
Detailed Description
One Unfinished Oak Record Shelf unit with a fitted 1/4″ Baltic birch plywood inlay. The unfinished inlay is a ready-to-use, solid bottom plate that can be easily added to any of our Oak and Ambrosian Maple record shelf units. This add-on makes our shelving incredibly versatile, accommodating both smaller-than-LP-size vinyl and opening the door to a myriad of other functional storage possibilities. And if you frequently add, remove, and/or reorganize your records, inlays help protect album corners from snagging if accidentally dragged across the bare shelf frame.

Design Overview:

Virtually every record collector tussles with the quandary of how to store their ever-growing collection of cherished LPs. As avid collectors ourselves, we are sadly aware of the limitations of available vinyl storage options. Cardboard LP storage boxes are unsightly, cumbersome, and stack poorly. Ditto for milk crates and the slew of other on-the-cheap storage methods. Designed initially to house our own record collections, our Shelf Systems incorporate several key features:

• Durable Construction. Hand-crafted by the same Amish family that makes our rock-solid SAMSON racks, the handsome Mapleshade Record Shelf System uses first rate solid ¾” oak. Crist and Uri meticulously hand-assemble the components using no staples, cardboard, plastic, or MDF. Our Record Shelf System offers exceptional material and handcrafted quality.

• Ease of Use. Assembly is simple, requiring only a screwdriver. Stored LPs have all their spines clearly visible. That obscure European pressing of your favorite artist is always right at your fingertips. No unstacking and restacking of boxes, no sifting from crate to crate. Your complete collection is readily accessible and easy to keep organized so you can focus on listening to great music.

• Expandability. Each shelf holds 150 LPs. Add extra units as needed. Our interlocking shelves are so sturdy and rigid that they can be stacked 6 units high. This allows you to store up to 900 LPs in little more than 2 1/2 square feet of precious floor space. Our Record Shelf System is designed to expand as your collection grows.

• Furniture Grade Quality. Either finished or unfinished, our Record Shelf Systems exude quality and are far more attractive than any mass-produced, semi-disposable Swedish furniture you’ll find.

• For The Elegant Listening Room. We offer our Eleganza series for rooms where it is important that the record storage integrates handsomely into an elegant décor. We offer both Finished Oak and Ambrosian Maple, with handsomely contrasting flush bottom plates and an inset top – allowing you to utilize the top for display or extra storage. To add further elegance, we offer a matching base to raise the bottom shelf off the floor. A rolling caster base is another option.

Specifications:

• minimal assembly required

• each shelf holds 150 LPs

• interlocking construction allows stacking up to six shelves high

• internal dimensions: 24″ wide x 13″ deep x 13″ tall

• external dimensions: 27″ wide x 13-3/4″ deep x 14-1/2″ tall

• includes 24″ wide x 13″ deep x 1/4″ thick unfinished Baltic birch plywood inlay

• weight: 15.5 lbs each

REVIEW by The Absolute Sound, August 2014

It wasn’t too long ago that I figured my vinyl-buying days were over. By high-end standards my collection was a modest one, maybe 1500 or so LPs. But they were choice—carefully culled over the years, only the best discs had survived. These were stored on classic Per Madsen stackable oak record racks accumulated back in the 1980s. By the turn of the millennium my collection was neither growing nor shrinking, and Per Madsen was no longer building record racks.

However, with the premium vinyl resurgence of the last few years my collection has begun increasing once again. I’ve been playing more records than ever. And as in my long-ago college days, I’ve got batches of records sitting on the floor once more. Long story short, I never thought I’d be in the market for another LP rack system.

But riding to the rescue was Mapleshade. A stalwart of the high end, Mapleshade’s beginnings can be traced to the purist recordings of engineer Pierre Sprey, who built the Mapleshade Studio in 1986 and launched the Mapleshade label in 1990. Achieving renown for their indie audiophile recordings, Mr. Sprey and his partners also researched and developed what has turned into a full-blown catalog (68 pages and counting) and a grab bag of tweaks, cable, racks, and mods.

The racks are constructed of 3/4″ finished or unfinished oak or finished Ambrosia maple, and are still hand-crafted by the same Amish family that also builds Mapleshade’s massive Samson racks. They are beautifully sawn with clean edges and immaculate corners. Even in the unfinished oak that I opted for, the smooth grain was like silk to the touch. The racks are stackable and stable up to four units high. At 27″, they are wider and heavier than the Per Madsen 18″ standard, and the planks are cut thicker—all the better to support the latest crop of 200-gram reissues.

Admittedly I’m no Thomas Chippendale, so the prospect of assembling anything with more than two or three parts was a little unnerving. However these Mapleshades were a snap. The materials arrived so carefully packaged that the planks and end pieces hadn’t shifted an inch within the box. Each rack is made up of two square vertical end pieces, a pair of right-angle planks, and two flat planks, all connected by eight wood screws and four tiny wood plugs. (Pre-tapped holes are aligned and neatly sunk into each rack to accept the wood plugs for righteously secure stackability.) No glue is required anywhere.

It took a mere fifteen minutes to assemble a Mapleshade rack, gather up a few dozen homeless LPs, and slide them securely into place. Aligning the edges of each jacket just as I always have, I stood back and surveyed my efforts and felt a wave of nostalgia. I recollected a time when I nearly gave up my records for a new “improved” format. But now, years later, I’m far more skeptical of such claims. As vinyl continues to be issued and reissued, LPs have never seemed more alive and relevant. Thanks to Mapleshade finding a place to store them will never be a problem again. —Neil Gader

Neil Young Calls Vinyl Comeback a ‘Fashion Statement’ Amidst High-Quality Audio Quest

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By Andrew Flanagan and Marc Schneider
As we’ve pointed out, there’s a lack of scientific consensus that even the most trained ears are capable of appreciating the kind of hi-res digital audio found on pricey players like Neil Young’s Pono. Young begs to differ, obviously, and has spent a considerable amount of time knocking lower-res formats. But what’s this… now he’s even taking some digs at vinyl?

‘High-Definition’ Music Explained: Can You Really Tell the Difference?

In an interview with the Frame radio show, Young calls the uptick in vinyl sales the product of a clever switcheroo by labels cashing in on the latest “fashion statement.”

“A lot of people that buy vinyl today don’t realize that they’re listening to CD masters on vinyl and that’s because the record companies have figured out that people want vinyl,” Young said. “And they’re only making CD masters in digital, so all the new products that come out on vinyl are actually CDs on vinyl, which is really nothing but a fashion statement.”

Vinyl is definitely in fashion. Sales of the format were actually one of the biggest bright spots in an otherwise bleak sales year in 2014. Sales of vinyl albums grew by 52 percent in 2014 to 9.2 million copies, up from 6.1 million in 2013. One can go back and forth on the merits and myths of vinyl until the sun sets, but there’s a point to be made that — fashion statement or no — getting consumers puchasing music, and enjoying it, is a net positive for everyone.

Young has made much of his crusade against low-quality recordings, telling a packed room at SXSW last year: “When all the artists and engineers, all the arrangers and musicians that played on giant tracks by people like Phil Spector, with 12 tambourines and two pianos… all of [that] started to die — it was the most amazing thing, this vibrant creative culture started to go away. And it was because of the MP3 and the cheapening of the quality to the point where it was practically unrecognizable.”

Yahoo columnist David Pogue recently conducted a blind experiment pitting the Pono against an iPhone, with both playing the same songs, and found his test subjects actually preferred the phone. Young responded to Pogue’s test by citing his own.

Pono Rumored to Secure Hi-Def Beatles Catalog

“Of approximately 100 top-seed artists who compared Pono to low resolution MP3s, all of them heard and felt the Pono difference, rewarding to the human senses, and is what Pono thinks you deserve to hear,” he said.

“The issue isn’t about Pono versus any particular columnist, this is about high-resolution audio generally. Some will appreciate it, and if they can’t tell the difference, they shouldn’t buy it,” Phil Baker, vp of product development and operations at Pono, tells Billboard.

What Young fails to mention is that most people don’t listen to “low resolution MP3s” anymore — Apple’s iTunes files come in 16-bit/256Kbps AAC format. Pono songs go as high as 24 bit/192kHz.

DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #101

Spanning the greater part of the last two decades, Jaymz has built an impressive back
catalogue of productions, not only diverse but wet with emotion. From Afro-Latin to deep
house, to old school acid house, to broken beat to disco, Jaymz’ magical record bag
knows no boundaries. In addition to traveling the world over Jaymz has touched down
with labels like Tribal America, Nitegrooves, Irma, and of course, his own Nylon
Recordings — proving that quantity and quality can both bunk in the same house. To
date Jaymz has released three full albums, over a dozen remixes, and an even longer
list of singles. And, still going strong; as the newest member of MotionFm’s five-star
cadre, Jaymz’ “Adult Selections” podcast will be sure to leave no rock unturned.

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*For iTunes Users Song Links have been included when avail. and Click here to subscribe to the Adult Selection iTunes Podcast.

DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #101
Jazzuelle – Barkley Ave
Session Victim – Make People Dance
Terry Hunter – Jay Adams – We Are One (Josh Milan Honeycomb Main Mix)
Louie Vega – Diviniti – Everlasting Love (Louie Vega Dance Ritual Mix)
Dagui Rodann – Mamy Wata [feat. Chancellorr Dé Dianga] (Alex Finkin Remix)
D.nel – Muffins With Tea & And A Beat Of Jazz (Gianni Junior Remix)
Carlos Francisco – Coconut Groove
Soulstars – Joy Malcolm – Beautiful Sunshine (Cafe 432 Remix)
Tamara Debor – Take Me Away (Groove Assassin Remix)
George Vibe – Soul Chant (Main Mix)
Jay Haze – Signor Andreoni – Take A Dip
Pascal Morais – Maikal X – Righteous Way (Djeff Afrozila Main Mix)
Ofunwa Adeagbo – No Akata Man I-Afrotech Dub
Jaso – Heta [feat. Mzee] (Main Mix)

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #100

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New York native Jaymz Nylon is a name that’s been in the mix for more than a couple of
years. Heralded as the godfather of Afro-tech, Jaymz’ reputation as a sought-after
sound designer, producer, and remixer has continued to grow since his breakout
release, “Ofunwa ‘It All Begins Here’,” thrust him into the global limelight in 1993.
Spanning the greater part of the last two decades, Jaymz has built an impressive back
catalogue of productions, not only diverse but wet with emotion. From Afro-Latin to deep
house, to old school acid house, to broken beat to disco, Jaymz’ magical record bag
knows no boundaries. In addition to traveling the world over Jaymz has touched down
with labels like Tribal America, Nitegrooves, Irma, and of course, his own Nylon
Recordings — proving that quantity and quality can both bunk in the same house. To
date Jaymz has released three full albums, over a dozen remixes, and an even longer
list of singles. And, still going strong; as the newest member of MotionFm’s five-star
cadre, Jaymz’ “Adult Selections” podcast will be sure to leave no rock unturned.

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*For iTunes Users Song Links have been included when avail. and Click here to subscribe to the Adult Selection iTunes Podcast.

DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #100

Pegasus Warning – Try So Hard (6th Borough Project Extended Remix)
Ugly Drums – Inkswel – Uglyink’s Theme (Original Mix)
Takuya Matsumoto – EKR’s Galactic Dance Part 1
Pegasus Warning – Try So Hard (Son Of Sound Remix)
Leandro P feat Jaymz Nylon – Deep Space-Jaymz Nylon Afrotech Reshape
Jaymz Nylon-Meets-Futurewife-Get Lost In The Music-(M.Caporale Afrosoul mix)
Stuart Ojelay – Thank God For The Music (Original Mix)
Djuma Soundsystem – Shades Of Gray – Madness (Djuma Soundsystem Remix)
Vicky Martin – The Bitch In Me (Benny T Tswana Perspectives Afro Mix)
Bee-Bar – Symphonik – Leanne Brown – A Part of Me
Deep Sound Crew – Prince – Buhle (Original Mix)
Chaka Kenn – Rob Beta – Told You Once (Beta Chaka Booty Soaker)
Brooklyn Classic – JoBa The Fox
DJ Mazzeedo – Impilo Featuring Blakmyst and Chukzero (Original Mix)
Freak Out, Freak Out Freak Out (Moose Vibes Mix)

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #99

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New York native Jaymz Nylon is a name that’s been in the mix for more than a couple of
years. Heralded as the godfather of Afro-tech, Jaymz’ reputation as a sought-after
sound designer, producer, and remixer has continued to grow since his breakout
release, “Ofunwa ‘It All Begins Here’,” thrust him into the global limelight in 1993.
Spanning the greater part of the last two decades, Jaymz has built an impressive back
catalogue of productions, not only diverse but wet with emotion. From Afro-Latin to deep
house, to old school acid house, to broken beat to disco, Jaymz’ magical record bag
knows no boundaries. In addition to traveling the world over Jaymz has touched down
with labels like Tribal America, Nitegrooves, Irma, and of course, his own Nylon
Recordings — proving that quantity and quality can both bunk in the same house. To
date Jaymz has released three full albums, over a dozen remixes, and an even longer
list of singles. And, still going strong; as the newest member of MotionFm’s five-star
cadre, Jaymz’ “Adult Selections” podcast will be sure to leave no rock unturned.

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #99

Izzy La Vague – Sorrows Of My Life
Dom Valente – Feel (M Caporale rework)
Lusi Mel – Lost City & Broken Jazz (Jaymz Nylon Afrotech Remix)
Arnaud D – Thandi Draai – Phumulani – Bekezela (Original Mix)
Miguel Lin – Lost Symphony (Savio De Simone Remix)
Oscar P – Lemonsoul Beats – Conquistadores Chocolates (OPLS 2015 Edit)
Rick Wade – Loving Me (Terrence Pearce Remix)
Arturo Garces – Reality
Dj Nastor feat. Anele – Dj Nastor – Anele Gazide – Neva there
Konstantin Sibold – Telly – I’m In Need
Purple Velvet – Lisa D – Trials of the Blues
Re-Tide – Love and Happiness
Omar Santis – Stark Champagne (Original Mix)
Glass Slipper – Universal Love Vibe – Jaymz Nylon-Afrotech-Remix
Butch – C.Vogt – The Infamous (Original Mix)

*For iTunes Users Song Links have been included when avail. and Click here to subscribe to the Adult Selection iTunes Podcast.

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #98

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New York native Jaymz Nylon is a name that’s been in the mix for more than a couple of
years. Heralded as the godfather of Afro-tech, Jaymz’ reputation as a sought-after
sound designer, producer, and remixer has continued to grow since his breakout
release, “Ofunwa ‘It All Begins Here’,” thrust him into the global limelight in 1993.
Spanning the greater part of the last two decades, Jaymz has built an impressive back
catalogue of productions, not only diverse but wet with emotion. From Afro-Latin to deep
house, to old school acid house, to broken beat to disco, Jaymz’ magical record bag
knows no boundaries. In addition to traveling the world over Jaymz has touched down
with labels like Tribal America, Nitegrooves, Irma, and of course, his own Nylon
Recordings — proving that quantity and quality can both bunk in the same house. To
date Jaymz has released three full albums, over a dozen remixes, and an even longer
list of singles. And, still going strong; as the newest member of MotionFm’s five-star
cadre, Jaymz’ “Adult Selections” podcast will be sure to leave no rock unturned.

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #98

*For iTunes Users Song Links have been included when avail. and Click here to subscribe to the Adult Selection iTunes Podcast.

From P60 – Jaidene Veda – Softly (Original)
Alex Agore – I Can’t Wait (Original Mix)
Cool Million – Marc Evans – Dontcha Wanna Dance (12′ Mix)
Diplomats Of Soul – Noel McKoy – Just Can’t Give You Up (DJ Spen & Soulfudge Remix)
Earl Tutu – John Khan – Night In Africa (Dub Mix)
Roland Nights – Let It Rain
Ramsey & Fen – Clifton Lovemore – Stay With You (Vocal Mix)
Homero Espinosa – I’m Here To Play
Melvesant – Your Love Is All I Need (Infected Soul Voyage Mix)
Leandro P. feat. Braga Havaiana – A Minha Alcunha (Main Vox Mix)
Homework – Conquered Enemies
HearThuG – Bu_ms (UNER Remix)
Lebza Lekoko – Ga – In The Ends Of The World (Original Mix)

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #97

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New York native Jaymz Nylon is a name that’s been in the mix for more than a couple of
years. Heralded as the godfather of Afro-tech, Jaymz’ reputation as a sought-after
sound designer, producer, and remixer has continued to grow since his breakout
release, “Ofunwa ‘It All Begins Here’,” thrust him into the global limelight in 1993.
Spanning the greater part of the last two decades, Jaymz has built an impressive back
catalogue of productions, not only diverse but wet with emotion. From Afro-Latin to deep
house, to old school acid house, to broken beat to disco, Jaymz’ magical record bag
knows no boundaries. In addition to traveling the world over Jaymz has touched down
with labels like Tribal America, Nitegrooves, Irma, and of course, his own Nylon
Recordings — proving that quantity and quality can both bunk in the same house. To
date Jaymz has released three full albums, over a dozen remixes, and an even longer
list of singles. And, still going strong; as the newest member of MotionFm’s five-star
cadre, Jaymz’ “Adult Selections” podcast will be sure to leave no rock unturned.

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DJ Jaymz Nylon – Adult Selections #97

*For iTunes Users Song Links have been included when avail. and Click here to subscribe to the Adult Selection iTunes Podcast.

Trinidad Senolia – La Pacifica
Trinidad Senolia – Sacre Sucre
Joe Claussell – Spiritual Insurrection (The Party Version)
Juan Hoerni – Alguna Vez (Reelsoul remix)
Mellow Baku and The Friday People – The Messenger (DJ Spen & Gary Hudgins Instrumental)
Craig Stewart – Symbiotic (GeneKing Remix)
Two Cuts – Move Sax Jazz (Original Mix)
Knox feat. Aaron K. Gray – Hallelujah (Instrumental_Mix)
Knox feat. Aaron K. Gray – Hallelujah (Original_Mix)

Leandro P feat Jaymz Nylon – Deep Space (MOoSup Deep Mix)
Knox – Movin On Out (Original Mix)
Roberto Rodriguez – Fall Night
Wire Hustle – The Spirit (Trinidad-Senolia Deep Remix)

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