DJ Reflekshin Featured On Sol Shades Radio Show

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DJ Refleckshin mans the wheels of steel each Monday night at British Open Pub in Scottsdale, but yesterday he got to spin a neo-soul mix for all the interwebs to hear when he appeared on Mattlock and DJ Element's Sol Shades program.

Reflekshin's mix featured some mondo-smooth cuts like Teddy Pendergrass' "Love TKO," Prince's "Do Me Baby," and Neptunes remixes of Sade and The Jackson 5.

Sexy stuff. Listen at Mix Crate. It's worth a spin, though maybe you should wait till you get home, and can listen with some wine and someone special. It's not exactly the best mix for sitting at your work desk, downing coffee. Unless you work someplace really interesting.

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