Merry Christmas, Ya Filthy Animals

Thank you all for listening. Your presents will be on their way soon.

Until next year…

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Live and In Full Effect!

Heeeere we go! Me and Elf Mitch have started the engines and are ready to launch the radio-sleigh. We’ll be bumpin’ the Stank-Ass Fonkiest Christmas tunes of all time.

Everyone tune your radio to 91.7fm (in CT) and to WHUS.org (everywhere else). Everyone who calls in to (860) 486-9487 will get a gift from yours truly.

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T-minus Five Hours!

I’m ready…are you?

Set your alarms…10pm is comin’ up fast.

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Sleigh-ride down to the Stone Soul Christmas

Merry Christmas Eve, everyone! I have to bang out this post before heading over the hill and through the woods to eat some filets at the grandparents’ house. Also, hangover.

As promised, a Soul-a-liscious Christmas! Binky Griptite starts things off with “Stone Soul Christmas.”

I actually don’t have a whole lot to say about most of these, besides that they’re all AWESOME. Continue reading

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It Was December 24th on Hollis Ave in the Dark…

Awww yeah, that’s right y’all. It’s a Hip-Hop Christmas. Believe it or not, hip-hop has a rich history of Christmas songs, going way back to the culture’s very beginnings.

Warning: If you’re looking for Snoop and Afroman and bong hit sound effects, stop reading now. You’re not gonna find that here.
Warning 2: What follows contains NSFW language.

The title of this post comes from probably the most famous hip-hop Christmas song, Run D.M.C. and 1987′s┬áChristmas in Hollis:

But Rev Run, D.M.C. and Jam-Master Jay had another trick up their sleeves…

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Hip Hip Hooray, It’s a Irie Christmas Day

Reggae/Ska/Calypso Christmas! First of all, yes, it’s a thing. Second, it’s pretty fonkin’ awesome.

The title is from the great Freddie McGregor and a song called Irie Christmas:

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