After teasing a video clip of the latest episode, Jurassic 5 turntablist Cut Chemist has returned with the entire second episode of A Stable Sound podcast, the esteemed DJ’s Dublab radio show. This time, he’s invited electro-Hip Hop pioneer Egyptian Lover and female rap duo L’Trimm into the studio.

According to a caption, the episode begins with a dedication to his fans at the previous week’s Tipper and Friends show in Denver by playing a section of his “head nod psychedelic” set. Mike Styles follows up last week’s Brazilian selections with classic funk and Hip Hop, then they explore the connection between dance music legends Egyptian Lover and Arthur Baker, as well as Cut’s first encounter with Hip Hop through a live concert he recorded in 1983. L’Trimm — The Lady Tigra and Bunny D — is reunited on the air to help bring the party up a notch along with DJ IQ on the cut.

“Having dance music icons Arthur Baker and Egyptian Lover on the same show is epic,” Cut Chemist tells DX. “I had no idea Egypt bought his first 808 after hearing ‘Planet Rock,’ which was made with an 808 by Arthur Baker. What really brought it home was playing the ‘Egypt’ cassette I recorded of Run-D.M.C.’s first show in L.A. in 1983 that he himself helped organize, and was the opening DJ for. I was 11 years old at the time and to share that important moment with him personally was profound.”

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Cut Chemist’s radio show runs the first and third Saturday of the month on Dublab.