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polishedsolid

Based around a bi-weekly theme, the format of “No Turn Unstoned” is just darn good music of ANY genre sequenced eclectically.

  • Electronica
  • Hip-Hop
  • Eclectic
  • United States
polishedsolid
No Turn Unstoned is a bi-weekly radio show broadcasted over the internet LIVE every Sunday from 6-8pm EST on http://www.mixlr.com.

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At a very early age, dj polished solid’s uncles exposed her to a wide range of music. on any given day, they would play anything from edgar winter to yes to parliament / funkadelic to slave to lynyrd skynyrd. Today this is known as “genre hopping.”

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Luke Vibert ♥ Acid (No Turn Unstoned #248)

  • Electronica
  • Breaks
  • Hip-Hop
  • 1h 54m
To celebrate the release of Luke Vibert's latest release, Ridmik, I have put together a special mix of Luke's acid and acid-influenced music. It took me a while to get into acid music, but Luke always knows how to combine genres in interesting ways. So, after years of listening to his acid output, I can finally appreciate acid music.

Please support Luke by purchasing his music so he can keep doing what he does better than anyone. His entire catalogue is available at http://bleep.com. This is huge because a lot of his music is now out of print on vinyl and/or CD.
I've been wanting to do a shawty mix for several years now and I was finally compelled to actually complete it after reading Matthew Daniels' Etymology of Shorty in Hip Hop: http://www.mdaniels.com/shorty/

The reason it took so long is that I didn't want to miss an amazing shawty song and there are so many that I froze every time I thought I was ready to broadcast the mix. I would always go back to searching for more shawty songs. However, the time is always now and I can always do a shawty part 2 mix... so without further delay we are FINALLY doing a shawty mix.

I hope you enjoy it. It's an eclectic mix like most of our mixes usually are. PLEASE let me know your favorite shawty song in the comments if I missed it;)

Dedicated to my beloved south which I miss dearly up north!

Back To CHICAGO Mix (No Turn Unstoned #245)

  • House
  • Jazz
  • Electronica
  • 2h 03m
This is the 4th in special tribute mixes affiliated with DJ Rashad. DJ Rashad lived in Chicago, Chicago has a rich musical heritage (notably for house and juke), and I visited Chicago for the 4th of July for the first time in over 10 years. I hope you enjoy this mix created with love and respect for this amazing, musical city.
June 25th, 2014 is the 30th anniversary of Purple Rain. I'm a MASSIVE Prince Fan. So what do I do on the 30th anniversary of Purple Rain? Create a special mix of course. 1984 was an extraordinary year for Prince, not only did he release the album and film Purple Rain, he also released a crap-load of good music that he wrote, performed, and produced through other artists: The Time's Ice Cream Castles, Sheila E's The Glamorous Life, Apollonia 6's self-titled debut, and Sheena Easton's Sugar Walls. This mix not only celebrates the film, Purple Rain, but also the year of Prince and related music from 1984. It was a good year!

JUKEstacy Mix (No Turn Unstoned #243)

  • Electronica
  • Hip-Hop
  • Breaks
  • 2h 05m
Continuing with our tributes to DJ Rashad, this is the 3rd mix out of 4 which highlights the juke genre (which he helped create) and its influence on other genres.
First of all, thank you for releasing DJ Rashad's full length, Double Cup! Thank you for releasing Burial's South London Boroughs, Kyle Hall's Kaychunk, Mark Prtichard's Wind It Up, Champion's Friday 13th, and many, many more! I look forward to the next 10 years;)