It’s been a minute but I do not come back empty handed!!! From the most recent archives of the Monday night Mashout on Pulse Radio are some quality shows(if I do say so myself)!!! These are more music than talk but we all love more music than talk right?
Here is the links to the last four shows DOWNLOAD AND ENJOY!
So if you listen to this show your going to here us having a lot FUN!!!
Peace to @Socialyte and her #GOODBADUGLY & #WORSTBEHAVIOR segments!
And we got all your #CUFFINGSEASON tips as well as what to put in your #CUFFINGKIT!
OH YEAH ending the show with a serious New Jack Swing set didn’t either!
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Fresh of a very good weekend for the Pulse Radio Station…. I think it showed up on the show. Enjoy!
Sometimes you gotta remind the people of the dopeness that is you.
Here is my musical salute to all the Black girls that ever rocked.. at least the ones I could fit in 2 hours.
DJ O SHARP TAKES A TRIP OUT WEST MUSICALLY ON THE MONDAY NIGHT MASHOUT [DOWNLOAD] @DJOSHARP ON @THE_PULSERADIO #PULSE2K13 #THEMASHOUT #WESTCOAST
Man… what’s the word people? Here is last night’s Monday Night Mashout on The Pulse Radio. The guest was Sino, an up and coming artist from Detroit! The homie Le2thaOn brought Sino in for a dope interview and sat in with us. We premiered Sino’s newest track “Work That” WE also hit you with that new Beyonce track “Bow Down” and Kendrick Lamar’s remix to “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” featuring Jay-Z! download the show and see what you missed!
The latest Monday Night Mashout on The Pulse Radio!
Dear scared hurt little girl,
I love you. It’s very important that you know that. You have been hurt a lot by people that you trusted and you want to protect yourself and that’s okay. No one else protected you so you had to protect yourself. Boundaries are okay when you are unsure or feel unsafe. Saying no to what makes you uncomfortable is okay. Keeping hurtful people out of your life is okay. But it is very important for you to know that not everyone is going to hurt you. Or maybe some will but it doesn’t mean that that hurt was intentional, or they do not love you, or you have to push them away. I know that is hard for you to believe and that is okay too. You gained that distrust honestly and no one faults you for that. Forgive yourself for that. I’m sorry that…
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Last night we put the world on notice, IT IS the 614’s time. It is OUR time and the mainstream industry has no say in it! Vida Michelle and myself went through some of the best music the Franklin County has put out in 2014. We also had some input and mic action from two of Columbus, Ohio’s brightest stars King Vada and the youngest in charge Ceezar. Check out the show right HERE and check out Vida Michelle’s write up right HERE. Check out live shows Monday at 8pm on Pulse Radio. Respect to all the artist from the 614. PEACE.
The independent music scene in Columbus has been hot for a long time. I know because I had already heard of, and even seen some of Columbus’ own perform before the thought of relocating from the Bay Area to Columbus materialized.
Independent Music acts like Blueprint, J. Rawls/The Liquid Crystal Project, Rufus Blaq, and Mojoflo have been representing Columbus for a long time. I remember seeing Blueprint perform in California in 2005 and again in 2008 to not only a large stadium and auditorium audience, but also to the loudest reception out of all the performers!
When spending time at Creative Music; the independent Mom and Dad record store in The Mission I grew up in, I often heard The Liquid Crystal Project and was already familiar with the Jazz Hip Hop sound coming out of Columbus and the buzz they were creating worldwide. So when I finally moved to Columbus it was no surprise that the independent music scene was as rich as I imagined it to be and closely resembled that of The Bay Area.
2014 was no different for The #614, actually it was Columbus Indy Music at its best. This past year, Columbus proved we’ve got it all.
On any given Friday you could find DJ O Sharp, DJ Reese 2 OH, DJ Buka, J. Rawls and Polar Entertainment putting on Ruff Draft. An event showcasing some the hottest DJ’s, break dancers, and The City’s up and coming performers. In true Columbus Hip Hop tradition Zero Star and DJ POS 2 kept it ruff, rugged and raw with Buggin’ Out, an event for the authentic Hip Hop Heads guaranteed to bring out the best of the local and national Hip Hop artists to the #614. Knock 5 added flavor to the mix, with its popular Music & Art event. Artist like Copywrite, Blast Mega/The Almighty Owl Greens (TAOG), Hafrican, Isojah, theFWD and many more of Columbus’ most talented took the stage and conquered it, with DJ Bombeardo spinning close by. The 3rd Power a music group made up of famed Sweet Misery/Rashad, CoCity & PA Flex hosted The 5th Annual Summer Jam #614, a prelude to the national appearance on Sway in the Morning on Shade 45, and then major production on “Ohio”, the debut album by Stalley released Nationwide by MMG Music.
-You want R&B? Columbus has got it; Rene Dion, Qamil, Roxie, Bjazz, Sheldon Whiteside and many more.
-Is Alternative Rock more your taste? Check out Fresh Wreckage, one of the best bands I’ve ever seen (period).
-Are you a hard core, no crossover Hip Hop head? Well, from Blueprint, Nez Words, King Vada, P. Blakk, Zero Star, ArmondWakeUp, Fly Union, Ill Po, Young Wise, D. Larue, Diggy Dulce, Mook the Star, and even with the very long list of artist that follows – your choices still begin and end with genuine Hip Hop.
-How about your feel good music? Well how about; Sara D, J. Rawls – The Legacy, Ceezar, T. Wong, Jonathan Baker, and Violinist – Sassy BowFlow.
-Need a hot producer? Columbus’ own Jon Rogers is as diverse and as talented as you can get. Only he can make electronic, futuristic, sound hard and smooth at the same dang time! Then there is Satele; a young, and talented producer who is already making noise and just getting started.
-And not to be outdone are the Poets in the Capital City; Yarima Karama, Javier Sanchez, Naki Akrobettoe, Scott Woods, Ani Mwalimu, J.G. TheJugganaut, Speak Williams and many more are intelligent, positive, sincere, talented, moving, inspiring, local, independent and along with the above named performers are telling the story of the #614 and doing it well.
This review only scratches the surface of the Independent Music scene in The #614. There is much you can discover for yourself, from the Northside to the Southside and from the Eastside to Westside. Columbus has a long history of making music and a legacy to live up to. The Mt. Vernon District, Long street, The King Arts Community and The Lincoln Theatre are known nationally for creating and conserving music.
And if mainstream music is really as bad as you say it is…then the independent, local music scene is just what you need in your life!
Think Global. Act Local.
Written by: Vida Michelle / Contact: email@example.com
Listen to the convo and music tonight at 8pm on www.thepulse-radio.com
So tonight’s Monday Night Mashout was different. It felt like it had purpose. I think we all want to find our or a purpose in life that has value. We want that purpose to mean something to the people we share it with. I’ve always thought radio purpose could be so much more than a few tunes. We are now blessed to have a platform like internet radio. The playing field has changed. We have a choice as the creators of radio entertainment. The consumer has a choice of what he it she will take in to there ear gate. Some of our choices won’t be popular, but I’m cool with that. Being unpopular ain’t half bad.. slightly less stressful. So for the month of September I plan to bring you radio programming with a purpose.
We can can take our conversations deeper. We can expand our listening palette’s.
So every Monday you can tune in at 8pm and hear convo you won’t hear on other stations or shows. You will music that probably won’t make it on other Dj’s playlist. If you tune every Monday from 8pm till 10pm and you will find out what your radio is supposed to sound like.
Listen the show HERE