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L.A. Taco Radio #018 – Guest Isaac “Soney” Pelayo

12:07 PM PDT on June 8, 2016

    Are you ready for the long hot Summer?

    This week’s in studio guest is Isaac “Soney” Pelayo (@isaacpelayo)L.A. native artist. We chop it up about coming up in the L.A. art world, communication through craft and tacos.

    Come past, loved ones. This is the Owensmouth Ave. playlist.

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    1) “I Am the Black Gold of the Sun” Rotary Connection & Minnie Riperton
    2) “I’m Going Home (Move)” Marvin Gaye
    3) “Places to Go” Yuna
    4) “The Cleaner” Orgone (background)
    5) “Secret in the Dark” Monika
    6) “Take It To The House” Hot 8 Brass Band
    7) ‘Good to Be Back Home” Charles Bradley
    8) “Red Rooster (extended)” El Michels Affair (background)
    9) “Changes” Adina Nyree
    10) “Wet Dreamz” J. Cole
    11) “Completion” The Souljazz Orchestra

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