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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
No Turn Unstoned is a bi-weekly radio show broadcasted over the internet LIVE every Sunday from 6-8pm EST on

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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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I am super sad to see go, but I am thankful that I have been able to post there for the past 4 years. I remember when launched, and I longed to be a part of its community. Having had the opportunity to do so, the opportunity and privilege has been one of the most rewarding of my radio show mix journey.

Thank you,! I for certain will definitely miss the platform, but moreso its listeners.

For those of you who want to continue to listen to my shows, please visit: or
After watching the VH1 documentary, ATL, I was compelled to finally make a mix about my favorite hip-hop songs from Atlanta. This is not a definitive list. It is definitely biased and personal. Being a southerner, some of these songs have been the soundtrack of my life.
(February 1, 1939 – September 12, 2014)

Unfortunately continuing with my "death" shows as a listener coined it, Joe Sample, alongside George Duke and a few others, is by far one of the most prolific musicians, producers, and songwriters that has ever graced this earth! Joe Samples’ mindblowing musical catalog will live on forever, and all the cratediggers and beatmakers will see to this;) Everbody has heard Joe Sample sampled in one song or another.
This year was the 10th anniversary of the Afropunk festival,, and it was one of the best festivals ever (and I have been to a lot over my lifetime). So, we're doing a special mix for the artists who performed this year. Some being my favorites of all time, most notably, Fishbone, Alice Smith, and Bad Brains.
To celebrate Jimmy Edgar's Birthday which was on August 10th, I had to create a mix of course. I've been wanting to do a Jimmy Edgar mix for a very, very long time now, but I always freak out when I want to do a mix for someone's music I absolutely adore. It's important that I take time to craft a mix in reverence to their music. Jimmy Edgar is no exception. He is one of my main musical men, alongside Prince, Luke Vibert, and Machinedrum. His music makes me feel, which is getting kind of hard to do lately in music. Where's the soul? Where's the funk? Look no further than Jimmy Edgar, one of the only contemporary artists still holding it down. So, we have got to celebrate his music and more importantly his existence.

Jimmy Edgar in my opinion is Prince's direct successor for DMSR (Dance Music Sex Romance) since Prince is a jehovah's witness now and refuses to perform his sexual lyrics anymore. Jimmy Edgar is definitely a student of the Minneapolis sound. I like how he strips it down to the essentials, keyboard funk and sexy whisphers, talking, etc. but also has cultivated his own sound at the same time.

So if you are a true Prince fan, it's automatic. You'll adore Jimmy Edgar's music, too!

In the meantime, please support Jimmy Edgar by purchasing his music so he can keep doing what he does like no one else can.

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 This is huge because a lot of his music is now out of print on vinyl and/or CD.