So Many Shrimp Radio Ep. 7 — Thelonious Martin

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Our seventh episode features Thelonious Martin, a young producer and DJ from Chicago. Thelonious is a member of the Save Money crew (Chance the Rapper, Vic Mensa), and has produced for everyone from Chance to Curren$y, Action Bronson to Mac Miller, and Pro Era to Odd Future. Thelonious—who also spent time in New Jersey—was responsible for all of the beats on Jersey rapper RetcH’s cult classic Polo Sporting Goods, and has released several of his own full-length projects.

His episode was easily the biggest party we’ve had yet, & he seemed to really get the spirit of the So Many Shrimp Radio experience, mixing old school, new school, soul, hip-hop and pop music. If you want to hear more from him, his instrumental project A Dozen for Dilla dropped just last month; and you can hear 2014’s Wünderkid on SoundCloud and iTunes. He also DJs around Chicago all the time, at spots like East Room.

Intro music for Part 2 by @_iLLeeT

Part 1 is a mix by David with Charne Graham.

Recorded live from Drake’s Place in Logan Square, Chicago, Sunday March 5, 2017 and engineered by Nick the Roommate. Co-produced with Swim Team.

Follow us on Twitter, IG, and SoundCloud: @somanyshrimp, @88nae88, and @KingThelonious (@theloniousmartin on SoundCloud).

Tracklist Below

Part 1 (David & Charne’s Mix)
Part 2 (Thelonious Martin’s Interview & Mix)

David & Charne’s Tracklist:
1. GoldLink feat. Brent Faiyaz and Shy Glizzy – Crew
2. Joe Gifted feat. Frontstreet – Water
3. YP feat. Twista – Stop
4. Hovey Benjamin feat. Marvel Alexander – Sweet Sixteen
5. Marcos Valle – Dia D
6. Tony Cartel – Less Is More
7. Arion Mosley – Bitch I Love To Trap
8. Leon Ware – Rockin’ You Eternally
9. Big Pun feat. Cuban Link – Must Be the Music
10. A-Wax – Check 1, 2
11. THEY. – U-RITE
12. Brian Fresco – I Meant It
13. Montana of 300 – Ice Cream Truck
15. Marcos Valle – Bicho No Cio
16. NewAgeMuzik feat. Dami Bones, Kamo, Prince & Notch – Da Beat
17. Egypt – Believe
18. The Jacka – African Warrior
19. Alwoo and Rondae – Halftime
20. DoobieDaLil – Let ‘Em Know
21. J. Stalin – Try Again Tomorrow

Listen to our earlier episodes here:
Episode 1 — DJ Nehpets
Episode 2 — Mano
Episode 3 — Saba
Episode 4 — DJ Oreo
Episode 5 — Valentine’s Day Special
Episode 6 — DJ Hoop Dreams

2 responses to “So Many Shrimp Radio Ep. 7 — Thelonious Martin

  1. Wow Great episode as always. Any chance of getting a track list for Thelonius’ set? I’ve never heard most of those funk type songs he had on in the beginning and want to find out more/explore some, thanks!

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