Shambhala Mix Series #18- Wood n Soo

Good morning and happy Tuesday humans! Today I have some home grown bass house picked out for you from the one and only Wood n Soo.

This veteran duo from Vancouver joined forces in 2004 and have been killing it ever since, playing festivals and shows around the world. Known for their genre defying mix tapes and 4 turntable performances, these seasoned crate diggers are quite the epic and entertaining sight. You can find them showcasing an array of styles from past to present , laying down anything from hip hop, house and funk to disco and reggae. The future classics and exclusive bangers that Wood n Son throw down are the perfect ingredients to make up the ideal rager recipe.

So, whether your driving to a festival, rocking out at home or putting on a party, this mix will be sure to feed all those who are hungry for some fresh beats.

Peace and Love,



Solar Therapy- Moontricks

Are you ready to fly into a galaxy far, far away and land on planet Moontricks for some serious solar therapy? Ladies and gentlemen I present to you a fusion of majestic mountain folklore and elevating electronic bass music.

This West Coast Canadian dynamic and dreamy duo originate from the West Kootenays. NOG, a producer, DJ, harmonica, and keyboard player brings his hip hop background, electrifying energy, contagious smile,  and simple yet essential bass to the group. On guitar , vocals, and banjo you have Sean Rodman. This dude sure knows how to serenade his audience with every soulful strum and captivating choral. Together these two make a perfect melting pot of roots, blues, and electronic music, bursting boundaries in the festival scene. Their smooth, sexy, soulful sound and signature style will captivate audiences of every shape, size, and colour.

So do yourself a favour, give these guys a follow, and let your self drift off to their planet full of feel good music so you feel their sunshine on your mind.

Blasting Off


Cobra (Philly Blunt)- Serum & Voltage

CDOG on the blog with some drum and bass in your face! Voltage, a pioneer in the Jungle/ Drum and Bass scene and Serum the new generation and forefront of its continued growth and popularity have come together to create a mixture of innovative crafted remixes and fresh new production that will surpass your satisfaction.

Philly Blunt Records is a part of many record labels, producers and DJs that played an integral role in the evolution of the genre. Before the birth of hi- speed internet they collected new followers show by show, town by town, and country by country. The label was created to tag alongside Bryan Gee and Jumpin’ Jack Frosts’  already very popular V Recordings in 1994. Fast forward to 2016, with just 25 releases in 22 years Bryan Gee decided it was time for the Philly Blunt’s debut album project. Now 2017, Voltage and Serum have their newest creation ,Cobra EP, ready to be released and raged to.

Solidly sticking to its quality over quantity formula mixed with prime production skills to match their high energy DJ sets it is no surprise that between them they have gained attention from around the world. This flashy four track EP will have you throwin’ down with the biggest grin on your face from start to finish. So get ready and be prepared cause your about to get struck by a Cobra!

Much Love Music Lovers


Prais’ Ya- Mildly Curious

Leave it to Mildly Curious to wash away those hump day blues that tend to creep in every once in a while. Those downtempo breakbeats and funky bass lines just hit you in all the right places, turning the struggle to make it to the end of the week into having a drink or two to celebrate its almost the weekend.

Just like her name, after spending some serious time researching anything about her, I am left curious to who this babe of a DJ is. The mystery behind the name along with the wicked art and sick beats displayed on her page leaves me with quite the lady crush on this beauty.

So go ahead, press play and get stoked for the weekend ahead! Happy Hump Day Humans!!

Much Love,


Good Deeds & Funk the World 38- Everyman

Everyman oh Everyman, what a fucking legend. After seeing two solid sets at two different festivals from him I couldn’t help but fall in love. From his funky daytime set with QDup to his own more bass heavy hip hop set, it was nothing but eargasms for me. As indecisive as I am I couldn’t pick between a set from the Heart of Funk Canadian Tour with Fort Knox Recording artist, QDup and Everyman’s new solo album, Good Deeds… so you’re welcome, here is both!

One year after the tragic and sudden passing of Everyman’s best friend, Nicholas “Pumpkin” Alvarado, Good Deeds was created and dedicated in his honour. Everyman takes an aim at a broken political system and rallies the next generation to rise up, all while still mixing in plenty of the playful nostalgia, biting humour, deep thoughts and the unshakeable optimism that have captivated humans around the globe.

Good Deeds is a very unique and rare album. It fuses the conscious “Golden Era” hip hop Everyman was raised on with the future funk he now mixes up during his deluxe DJ sets, to create a collection of his most personal songs to date that will have you drooling from the tip to the finish to get that full eargasm I was talking about earlier 😉

So whether you’re feeling the funk or hyped on the hip hop, make sure you have a change of clothes, cause these babies will have you wet no matter what!