uzairsawal of provides a guest mix of soul, R&B and reggae for the first WireVision Mixshow of 2021. The DJ and cultural activist based in Kuala Lumpur is also the founder of Public School KL collective, music-focused community space fono, and now-defunct bass-heavy night Ronggeng Sound System.
Refusing to be pigeonholed, uzairsawal pushes boundaries with his eclectic selection and interweaves different musical styles from all over the world. When approached by Nez Senja to submit a guest mix for WireVision, he was listening to Roberta Flack’s Feel Like Makin’ Love and it kinda just spiralled from there. Lo and behold, 50 minutes of music for you to make love to.
Nez Senja closes out the show with a selection of mostly vocal tracks in a variety of styles from soul, jazz, funk, disco, dnb to rap-hip hop, starting from the 52min20sec mark. Enjoy!
Barry White – Intro Sons of Funk – Pushin’ Inside You D’Angelo – Feel Like Makin’ Love The Isley Brothers – Between the Sheets Bob Marley & Lauryn Hill – Turn Your Lights Down Low The Lions – (Will You Be) My Girl? feat. Myron Glasper Chronixx – Majesty Elizabeth Archer & The Equators – Feel Like Makin’ Love Lord Echo – Thinking of You The Spinners – I’ll Be Around Marini & The Steps – Ku Ingin Dekatmu Stevie Wonder – You Are the Sunshine of My Life Velly Joonas – Käes On Aeg Ohio Players – Angel Rotary Connection – Love Has Fallen On Me Marlena Shaw – Feel Like Makin’ Love Hiatus Kaiyote – Nakamarra feat. Q Tip Yazmin Lacey – I’ll Never Stop Loving You Cat Boys – Feel Like Makin’ Love feat. Yuima Enya Carefree – Belaian Jiwa
Nez Senja From 50Min20Secs Mickeyleano – Thank Ton Waits – Way Down In The Hole OutKast – Spaghetti Junction Imagine – Just An Illusion Azymuth – Dear Limmertz Astrud Gilberto – Take It Easy, My Brother Charlie J.Rocc – FTP Remix 2 Instrumental Flying Lotus & MF DOOM – Lunch Break The Kribo Brothers feat. Zrina – Everybody Loves The Limelight Nah Eeto feat. Lee Scott – Auntie, What Happened To Me? Heist feat. Sahala – Watermelon Girl Greentea Peng – Spells