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1. 21.You - Already - Know

21.You - Already - Know

New LIVE Go-Go PA Tape. Follow Team Familiar on IG : @TeamFamiliarDC and on FB: Team Familiar.

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2. SOUL TAPE - Fazer feat beat by Floyd Cheung

SOUL TAPE - Fazer feat beat by Floyd Cheung

Soul tape inspired....... Shout out to Fabolous..... Anyone interested in downloads?? Im on the fence about it.

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4. "The Beast is Coming" Fazer feat Anonymous beat by Logic Forbeatz

"The beast is Coming and his mark ever lasting, ima confess till this thug hits the casket"

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6. Fazer -(Freestyle) beat Kirt da Jerk prod Fazer

Fazer -(Freestyle) beat Kirt da Jerk prod Fazer

Very Tabu mixing politics and hip hop however, that is how we felt at the time.

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7. "Big As You Think" - Fazer feat Anonymous & Oily Mack

Original Content.... Reach for the stars and you would probably land in the clouds ~B

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11. In Axiomatizing Some Already ...

  • Published: 2014-06-19T05:31:28Z
  • By Bil Smith
In Axiomatizing Some Already ...

NEW COMPACTION RECORDING: "In Axiomatizing Some Already Familiar Theory, Trigonometry Say, One Used To Be In Danger Of Perceiving That She (as One) Had Refined Precaution Without Fear Of Circularity" Bil Smith Composer with Marco Stroppa, Pharrell, Brian Ferneyhough, Malin Bang, Lester Bowie, J.D.Parran and Skrillex.

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  • Published: 2018-03-14T18:11:50Z
  • By Evaflow

Lyric Video: True to the suave and eloquence displayed on his debut single, The Anthem, budding entertainer Evaflow has followed up his introduction to music with yet another powerful song. While his first was a militant expression of his plans and purpose, the sophomore track, Familiar Stranger, featuring Sara Lugo, produced by Diggy British (Protoje) and The DrumKeys, gives us a peek into his softer side. The romantic tune sees him spitting poetry in an endearing story of love and longing inspired by personal experiences. Evaflow explains: “The term Familiar Stranger has many meanings, not all of them romantic. While it represents longing for someone a connection is yet to be made with, or may have already been made with, but is constantly tested by time and space, it also harkens to the creation of a goal that has not fully manifested in the physical, and an envisioning of a time when it actually does.” Evaflow, a self-proclaimed Skystarter, is a Santa Cruz, St Elizabeth, native with a knack for weaving words together in thought-provoking tunes. He has been steadily making waves on the Kingston creative scene since debuting his first track, The Anthem, earning praises for his charisma, excellent songwriting, dedication and readiness to take his career to the next level. He is excited about the release of his new single and sees it as a potential foot in the door onto the global stage. Familiar Stranger is available now for streaming and purchase on all digital platforms as well as on Evaflow’s website,

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13. Are Robots Already Stealing Our Jobs?

Are Robots Already Stealing Our Jobs?

Politicians and economists have increasingly been talking about the risks of a future where robots make all of our jobs obsolete. But is that future already upon us? And in the meantime, are big companies using technology to create 21st century workhouses with bad conditions and even worse pay? Joining Ayeisha this week are Stefan Baskerville, NEF's Principal Director for Unions and Business, and familiar faces Alice Martin and Annie Quick. — This is the last episode in our current series, but we'll be back soon! In the meantime, we always love to hear from you - tweet us your comments and questions @NEF! — Produced by James Shield. Programme editor for the New Economics Foundation is Huw Jordan. The award-winning Weekly Economics Podcast is brought to you by the New Economics Foundation – the UK's only people powered think tank. Find out more at

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14. THINGS YOU SHOULD ALREADY KNOW ABOUT DATING by Ben Schwartz, Laura Moses - Audiobook Excerpt

THINGS YOU SHOULD ALREADY KNOW ABOUT DATING by Ben Schwartz, Laura Moses - Audiobook Excerpt

A hilarious illustrated collection of tips for successfully navigating the dating world as a millennial. For single millennials, this situation is all too familiar: You're on a date. It's going well! Then suddenly your date looks at you like you're a f*cking idiot and you never hear from that person again. Guess you're going to die alone, right? Maybe not! Humble authors Ben Schwartz and Laura Moses have written a book to save the future of the human race: Things You Should Already Know About Dating, You F*cking Idiot, a collection of 100 dating tips--complete with illustrations--that teaches clueless guys and girls the dos and don'ts of dating. In their book, Ben and Laura cover all the basics, from "Why are you texting in just Emojis, dummy?!" to "Stop playing games, idiot!" and, of course, "PUT YOUR PHONE DOWN, A**HOLE!" Simply put, this book will make you laugh and finally give you a fighting chance at not dying alone. Available Now from Hachette Audio as a digital download and in Print and Ebook from Hachette Books. Download: Check out our other great titles and more at: Follow us at:

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15. Stationary Elevation

Stationary Elevation

Just when you'd thought we disappeared... FAMILIAR STRANGER is back with that breathe of FRESH AIR! POSITIVE VIBES from our side. The weather is JUST NOW breaking, (if your East Coast America, you already KNOW! LOL!) but before the radio hits you with those MIND NUMBING SUMMER ANTHEMS, we wanna hit you with ANSWER to that LYRICAL CANCER! There's no prison like the one placed on the brain, THE NORM is INSANE! Be yourself... Rasta & Banga PS... WE ACTUALLY KINDA WANTED A FEMALE COVER OVER THE HOOK... IF YOU'D DO IT, HOLLA!!!!

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16. when i arrived you were already there

when i arrived you were already there

when i arrived you were already there A new solo CD from AVIVA (Jaffa Road lead singer Aviva Chernick) Comprised primarily of transcendent vocals matched to light, instrumental textures, gentle harmonies and heavily spiritual in nature, these nine compositions are a combination of fully realized songs and musical ideas which simply take flight based on the sensual power of Aviva’s vocal prowess. Sung in both English and Hebrew, when i arrived you were already there enlists the support of Canadian World and Indie music heavyweights Ernie Tollar, Joel Schwartz, Chris Gartner, Rakesh Tewari, Aaron Lightstone, Naghmeh Farahmand and others, incorporating exotic instrumentation such as tabla, udu, xaphoon, oud, djembe and bansuri together with electric guitar, piano, bass and percussion. From the whispered beginnings of “Eili” with elements of flute (xaphoon), electric guitar and trance-like percussion to the more hook-like “Bo’i Kalah” with its guitar-led chorus of singers and flute, you realize that this is not your typical presentation. Quite the opposite, Aviva’s vocals glue this album together, surrounded by flourishes of the familiar. From the highly introspective “L’Chun N’ran’na”, meandering along like a small river before picking up its pace, breaking into a full swirl to the very hymnal, choral characteristics of “Zeh Hayom”, upon which her voice floats softly above the stars, supported by multiple voices, building to a powerful, near-frenzied conclusion. You need know nothing in advance to marvel at this release: an appreciation for world music, purity and the sheer beauty of a captivating vocalist sharing the intimacy of her first solo flight. She takes care of the rest.

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17. Ioakim Sayz - Familiar (Nana K. Remix)

  • Published: 2013-11-18T17:27:58Z
  • By Nana K
Ioakim Sayz - Familiar (Nana K. Remix)

After the release of IOAKIM SAYZ' "Familiar EP" in December 2012 the Remix EP is finally here. Check out a massive remix of "Mesmerize" by Denis Horvat, a renowned producer from Copenhagen who released already on labels like Souvenir Music, Noir Music, Upon You and Kittball (to name just a few): subtle and uncompromisingly pushing at the same time as you can always expect it from Denis. Besides that Sven Kerkhoff gave "Treason" a deep and vigorous makeover. Watch out for this dude who will come up with more bombs in the future. Furthermore Nana K. gave "Familiar" a completely new interpretation.

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18. Medicine

  • Published: 2014-10-30T14:27:25Z
  • By the1975

Available on iTunes here: 'Medicine' was written especially for the Zane Lowe curated rescore of the 'Drive' movie soundtrack. After we stole him we made our way from Los Angeles through the Californian desert to Las Vegas. Drowning my sorrows and (narrowly) avoiding conflict from many directions..... I sat down with Jim (Zane Lowe's Producer) and he began to explain to me how he was in the process of re-scoring a movie and did we want to be involved. The film in question was the modern classic ‘Drive’. So of course my answer was ‘yes’. We wrote Medicine for our chosen scenes. Medicine, it’s title and sentiment, goes all the way back to the original The 1975 project that was based in my bedroom. It’s a new piece of music informed by the genesis of our band and our love for ‘Drive’ as a film. Having the opportunity to re-score a movie of which we were already so familiar provided us with a sense of knowing and allowed us to be slightly more introspective than we maybe would have been approaching something unknown. The movie itself plays with the duality of resignment and hope - and this is most obvious and stirring in the scenes we chose to score. The song is a testament to that same idea and has in turn become one of our most personal and best loved pieces of music to date. I won’t delve into what the song is about lyrically because frankly I want to put those ideas to bed; but being provided with the context in which Medicine came to be, it allowed the song to become a mausoleum for those ideas, captured, diverted and frozen forever. Which is pretty cool x Matthew Healy

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19. Familiar Flavas 2014

Familiar Flavas 2014

Over 60 mins of familiar flavas from the back end of 2014, tunes that you've already been singing n bopping to and if you haven't, then its your time to catch up on what was hot! With a few personal favourites/exclusives from Shan Da Man, look out for the known bangers from the likes of Chris Brown, Jeremih, YG, Kid Ink, Bobby Shmurda, Rich Gang, Drake, Def Loaf and many more, clean cuts only so you can play with the kids in the car! Enjoy the ride, look out for more Upfront mixes from Shan Da Man 2015!!

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