Back to Funk
A music podcast from: Meem
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Broadcasting since 1980, BACK TO FUNK is Australias longest running funk music radio show. Not only has the show been a long-time fixture on Sydneys airwaves, but over the years fans have also been treated to rare interviews with funk heavyweights such as George Clinton, Kool Bell (Kool & the Gang), Charlie Wilson (Gap Band), Fred Wesley and members of James Brown’s Band, Todd Terje, Mr Scruff, Jamie Liddell, and Lance Ferguson from The Bamboos.
The show is currently hosted by DJ MEEM, a celebrated DJ and music producer who has performed at some of the countries biggest festivals, and is credited as a pioneer of electronic music in Australia.
Back to Funk reaches a wide and diverse audience, and features many styles of music. It has always represented and promoted black music styles, and was integral to the development of hip hop culture in throughout the 80's and 90's in Sydney.
Back to Funk airs every Monday from 12:00 – 2:00pm on 2ser107.3FM and streams live at 2ser.com
Each week DJ MEEM resurfaces old funk, soul, disco and boogie gems while also exploring a diverse range of all other related styles including afrobeat, african, hip hop, reggae, latin, jazz, blues, beats and more. Tune in for interviews, new releases, and a huge array of forgotten funky masterpieces.
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