Back in 2002 or 2003, I first stumbled across SoulStrut when I was trying to figure out the track list information on Dante Carfagna's Chains and Black Exhaust compilation. I knew about half of the songs and googling those titles lead me to a SoulStrut thread where others were sharing information to piece it together. There was enough other cool stuff on the board that I ended up sticking around. In the process I've learned a lot and formed some real-life friendships that I really value.
hogginthefogg said:As I'm sure many of you have been doing, I've been listening to a lot of Matthew's mixes the past few days. Not only are they immaculately mixed and perfectly sequenced, but they really showcase the breadth of his knowledge. A bunch of a soulful 45s I'll never find, an hour and a half of fight music, two CDs worth of R. Kelly tracks, or the best Gangstarr mix I've ever heard, to name but a few. He'll be sharing his knowledge and love of music for a long time to come.
serg said:Matthew never did sell me on reggae
hogginthefogg said:We love Sween.
Sween: I don't even know you but next time I see you: drink's on me.
dollar_bin said:hogginthefogg said:We love Sween.
Unherd said:dollar_bin said:hogginthefogg said:We love Sween.
The dude is unspeakably dude. Hats off.