“Magic (2.26.20) w/ Jeff Parker” is the latest DJ mix released by House Shoes on MixCloud. This mix is 01:20:30 mins long. If you dig this mix, then check out more of House Shoe’s mixes his mixcloud page.
This week I’m joined by the one and only Jeff Parker.
His solo catalog along with his work with Tortoise is the shit.
Get hip if you ain’t.
We played all records this week.
It was a good one.
Check out his new album, Suite For Max Brown on International Anthem,
available where dope records live.
Jazz,Soul,Funk,Vinyl only,All vinyl live mix
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About House Shoes
House Shoes’ crucial role in the development of Detroit hip-hop was fully understood only by those who closely witnessed the DJ/producer’s activities as an artist and advocate. Born Michael Buchanan, House Shoes grew up in Lathrup Village, a small city surrounded by the Detroit suburb of Southfield. From the mid-’90s through the early 2000s, he was a resident DJ at Detroit’s St. Andrew’s Hall. He worked at several record shops in and around the D, including Melodies & Memories and Street Corner Music. Slowly but surely, he gained production credits for the likes of Common Ground, Proof, and Elzhi. Through House Shoes Recordings, he released Phat Kat’s J Dilla-produced “Dedication to the Suckers,” a ten-track compilation of rare Dilla mixes and productions titled Jay Dee Unreleased, and The House Shoes Collection, Vol. 1: I Got Next — a two-CD set featuring material from Slum Village, Guilty Simpson, Royce da 5’9″, Lacks, Dabrye, and several others, with some material produced by House Shoes himself. As a deejay, House Shoes also went on the road with many of the above-mentioned artists, as well as Aloe Blacc and Mayer Hawthorne. Production-wise, House Shoes — who eventually relocated to Los Angeles — was never one to flood the market, though his output increased around 2010-2012. This resulted in an album, Let It Go, issued on the Tres label in June 2012.