Between SXSW and WMC, J-Boogie, The Whooligan, Amanda and myself took a pit stop in The Big Easy. We rented a car in Austin and took off east on the 10. As we approached Louisiana, the geography turned in a massive swampland with mangroves, sunken forests and amazing glimpses of wild life. We arrived in New Orleans that night with our mouth watering for crawfish, red beans and rice, gumbo, soft shell crab po’ boys, oysters, bread pudding and of course beignets from Cafe Du Monde. Drunk off food, we spent the next couple days exploring the architecture of the French Quarter, huge plantation homes in the Garden District and the spooky above ground graveyards. Our main mission was eating, but of course we had to fit a dj gig in between. On Tuesday night, J-boogie had the honor to rock with Soul Sister, the New Orleans tastemaker and were lucky enough to get a high quality recording. Click the banner to visit the Brooklyn Radio Beat Sauce website where you can download or stream the mix to get a taste of what J-Boogie is all about.
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