My KUTX: JaRon Marshall

My KUTX

My KUTX: JaRon Marshall

Posted by on Oct 30, 2020

Photo by Capture House Photography

Through his musical talent, JaRon Marshall connects the worlds of soul, jazz, and hip-hop. Born in Loreauville, Louisiana but now Austin-based, Marshall is an in-demand keyboard player, playing with Black Pumas and NanĂ©, and an inventive beat producer. His two 2020 releases–The Gold Tapes, Vol. 1-3 and The Black Power Tape–are an intriguing blend of laid-back and hyper-focused, sounding like minimalist J Dilla or Madlib constructions. On The Black Power Tape, Marshall makes emotional, expressive beats, exploring feelings of rage, power, pride, and peace as a Black American.

This week on My KUTX, Marshall is our guest DJ, offering up a playlist covering his many influences: A Tribe Called Quest’s blend of jazz and hip-hop, Dr. John’s Louisiana brews, deep cut soul and funk, and more. Hear My KUTX on Saturday, October 31 at 6 p.m. or anytime at the top of the page.

–Art Levy // producer, My KUTX

Playlist:

[intro music: JaRon Marshall – “Act I – Last June” (feat. James Robinson)]

1. Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, 9th Wonder, & Kamasi Washington – “Love You Bad” (feat. Phoelix)

2. The Natural Four – “Try Love Again”

3. A Tribe Called Quest – “Excursions”

4. Madlib – “Movie Finale”

5. Eugene McDaniels – “Jagger The Dagger”

6. Little Beaver & The Rocketeers – “Do Right Man”

7. Dr. John – “Revolution”

8. Chicago Gangsters – “Let Me Go”

9. Frank Ocean – “Pink + White”

10. Malo – “Suavecito”

11. Hugh Mundell – “My Mind”

12. Hugh Masekela – “Riot”

13. Otis Redding – “I’ve Got Dreams To Remember”