Monday, June 29, 2009

Galactic Hot Tub Music

The title says it all.

Big up to the gawd, Delay! This mix is ridiculous. If you don't know about my man,

Doc Delay & Sean Manchee - Galactic Hot Tub Music

Twit One "Is This Love" re-edit

Twit One (Fleur Earth Experiment, The Ins, Hi-Hat Club)
hooks up a new edit of a Marley classic, made from the original mastertapes. A limited promo only 7” release on UK label Twit’s World is in the works.

Bob Marley - Is This Love (Twit Edit)
Bob Marley - Is This Dub (Twit One Dub)

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Shadow Do

I probably shouldn't post this, but I figured after the long-ass gap between posts, the least I could do is hook you guys up with an exclusivo. This is a 1st/rough draft multi track mix I did just to rock in the car. Hopefully I'll get around to doing a more thorough one when time permits. Shout out to Kon who played his own version on Beat Junkie Radio when he was in town (if you missed that set @ JRocc's house you missed that shit!).

Gary Bartz - Gentle Smiles (Saxy) (DJ Day sax-less edit 1)

Booyaka Booyaka

Blogging from the hotel in Denver for Red Bull Big Tune this week...I've got an hour to kill before Exile and I go go-kart racing with Black Milk and Jake One (...?!), so I'm catching up on my posting.

Somebody asked me to post this up this Shabba Ranks/Dumb Girl blend I did a while back, so here it is..."for you...for you"

DJ Day - Dumb Teeng

Saturday, June 13, 2009


If you don't crack one watching this, something's wrong with you!

via Velv Somersault

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Moments in Time

Musician/Producer and dudewhomakesthemusicyoulovesoundsogood, Karriem Riggins drops a preview of his "upcoming production" (album?) with his instrumental cover of The Moments' "Sexy Mama"*.

Karriem Riggins - Sexy Mama
(right click/save)

Tour Dates:

June 22 - Seattle - Triple Door - w DJ Dummy
June 24 - Oakland - Yoshis - w Pete Rock
June 25 - Oakland - Yoshis - w Pete Rock
June 28 - Minnesota- Dakota Jazz w DJ Dummy

The Nonce - Mixtapes (1926 Sunday Night Remix)*
This was my shit back in the day.
Side story: I did cuts and backup vocals on a song with Nouka called "Labels" at their crib in Culver City before they made this album. It's on a cassette around here somewhere along with a few other songs from that time like "Early to Rise" - was this ever released? - If the tape ever turns up I'll post it.
*RIP Yusef Afloat*

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Speak On It pt. 2

Check out the homie Houseshoes setting the fucking record straight on this whole Charles Hamilton situation.


Everybody's Groove

Lotta tings a gwaaaaaaan! Thought I would try and catch up with with everybody and let you know what's been up. As you can tell by my stellar posting, I've been kinda busy lately.
First things first, tomorrow night I'll be DJing with Kon & Amir, Jeremy Sole, Jeremy Ellis (Ayro) and more @ Zanzibar for Afro Funke's 6th Year Anniversary! I have no doubt this is gonna be mega!

Also this weekend I'll be rocking poolside at The Ace Hotel plus I've got a whole bunch of things going down the next couple of months including

For those who were wondering if the project I did with Miles Bonny was coming out on wax...Gilles Peterson recently played a song on his Worldwide Radio 1 show from the upcoming Raphael Saadiq 12" EP coming soon on MPM.

And last but not least, here's some joints I've been feeling lately (enough news, gigs and youtubes on this beeyotch)

Ashanti's - Everybody's Groove

Jeanette 'Lady' Day - Come Let Me Love You (instrumental edit)
Deep Heat - Do It Again (shout out to Nina Mendoza!)


 have decided to let the fans decide the fate of her next project. They approached 40+ producers (Mr. Scruff, Ohmega Watts, DJ Vadim, Shawn Lee, etc) to remix her latest album, Pot of Gold and let the public vote on each song. The live remix of "All Alone" I did with Clutchy Hopkins went online today and we need your support! I don't usually do these type of things or ask for your help, but we put some work into this and feel it should see the light of day (no pun-o). Please spread the word.

You can find all the details here.

Thanks everyone, expect another post up later today...

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

That REAL Schitt

The gawd, Phill Most - AKA Soulman (do I really need to tell you who dude is?) just dropped a new mix after his Hova like retirement from the break game. Thousands of nerds (and regular ol' people who like good music) rejoice! Check out Phill's breakdown in his own words and the link below...

"Just when you thought I was retired from the break mix game (I thought I was retired too, who knew)... I started working on this mix almost exactly one year ago and finally finished it today while the wife was at the movies with the kids watching Up (they said it was good). The original idea was to do a joint with all kinds of weird records from a bunch of different genres and countries. Somehow, it ended up being all rock records. Or at least records that would probably be filed in the rock section at your friendly neighborhood record shoppe. That's all I'll say about it, other than this is probably one of my weirder mixes- definitely maintaining the basic Soulman style but with some strange deviations from my traditional format as well. I gotta admit this is one of my favorites- I'm rarely pleased with the finished product of anything I do, but I must say that I was very happy with the results this time."