BBC Radio 1 continues the recap of this year’s Miami Music Week, which they launched just last Saturday airing live sets from Axwell and Norman Doray. Being the icon of his established Funk Farm imprint, Funkagenda championed a bunch of ”Funk” material, including the latest, highly-supported Splinter and a few forthcoming instalments as well. Here is the second part of the BBC’s recap in shape of live sets from Funkagenda and Riva Starr from late March.




Funkagenda – Splinter [Funk Farm]
Da Fresh – Limoncello [Funk Farm]
Funkagenda – Budgie [Toolroom]
Phoenix – If I Ever Feel Better (Tool) [White Label]
Funkagenda – Pebbles [Funk Farm]
Save the Robot – Party People [Funk Farm]
Missy Elliott – Lose Control (Accapella) [Atlantic]
Spektre – Together (Tomcraft Remix) [Craft Music]
Moby – Natural Blues (Sultan & Ned Bootleg) [White Label]]
Funkagenda – The Beta Set [Toolroom]
Threesixty & Dirty Harris – Louka [Funk Farm]
Mark Knight & Funkagenda – Man With The Red Face [Toolroom]
Marco V – Reaver (Save The Robot Remix) [TAO]
Justice vs. Simian – We Are Your Friends (Acappella [International Deejay Gigolo]
Nero – Me & You (Funkagenda’s Us & Them Bootleg) [CDR]
Deadmau5 & Chris Lake – I Said (Michael Woods Remix) [Mau5trap]
Calvin Harris – Flashback (Tool) [Sony]
Michael Cassette – Memories (90s Piano Mix) [Anjunadeep]

Riva Starr


Frivolous – Ostalgia (Riva Starr Re-Touch) [Cadenza]
Cajmere – Brighterdays (John Made Remix) [Snatch!]
Adam Port – The American Dream [Snatch!]
John Made – Play [Snatch!]
Prince Club – Body Holly [Snatch!]
Sean Miller & Daniel Dubb – Sinnerman [Toolroom]
Pirupa & Federico Milani – La Noche [Snatch!]
Gabriel Rocha – Cars & Girls [Toolroom]
Mihalis Safras – Unknown [White Label]
Steve Rachmad pres Ignacio – Virton Upgraded [Music Man]
Santos & Alex Dolby – Avionic [Rockets & Ponies]
Unknown – In My House [White Label]


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