Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Felix Da Housecat absolutely murders this classic, already remixed by Booka Shade. Really good mix. I really suggest watching all the way through the youtube if you've never heard the track or seen the video.
M.A.N.D.Y. and Booka Shade - O Superman feat. Laurie Anderson (Felix Da Housecat Remix) [alt link]
How's this for a weird youtube video:
Peter Gabriel & Laurie Anderson - Excellent Birds
Sunday, September 28, 2008
Our good friend, Man Mantis, gave us a copy of the group he's been doing production for, Stink Tank. They's new album, Books On Tape, can AND SHOULD be bought here. Not on the club tip, but just some dam good sample driven beats with some dope verses to go over them. My favorite track off the album is Happy, which uses Brick's Happy, off of one of my favorite records. The other two are real tight tracks too, I'm not the best at trying to describe music, so I'll save you the time.
Stink Tank - Happy [alt link]
Stink Tank - NSFA [alt link]
Stink Tank - Howdy Dudu [alt link]
The new Style of Eye album is incredible. One of the best I've heard in a while. It comes out in a little bit, but for now, here's Clown, a fun ass track. You can cop a bunch of his stuff at Amazon and at Beatport.
Style of Eye - Clown [alt link]
Deadmau5 also has a new album coming, I guess its got some old tracks on it, I'm not that up on Deadmau5 though, so I'm excited to get a good listen through it all at work on monday. This track is super chill, definitely worth your time. Real solid. You can get his tracks at Beatport
Deadmau5 - Slip [alt link]
Can't go wrong with some chopped and screwed Devin on a sunday.
Devin The Dude - Sticky Green (Chopped and Screwde) [alt link]
Saturday, September 27, 2008
From King Most we got the Obamix. Dude explains:
"The intent of this mix was to try and capture what WE'VE all been feeling these past months: hope, struggle, and the importance of facing a challenge. It also serves as a reminder, and perhaps an introduction to what OUR candidate is all about. With that being said enjoy, register, & get involved
History, Change, & Victory In November
Intro/Smoked Sugar: I'm A Winner
Roy Davis Jr.: People Get Ready
Jackson 5: We're Almost There (DJ Spinna Remix)
Erykah Badu: Solider (Sasaac Remix)
Masta Ace: Beautifull
Black Spade: We Need A Revolution
Skull Snaps: It's A New Day
Marvin Gaye & The Mizzel Brothers: We Are We Going?
James Brown: Mind Power
Antibals: Si Se Puede
Grandmaster Flash: The Message (Next Message Blend Version)
Dj Day: A Place To Go
Double Exposure: Everyman For Himself
Donald Byrd: Change Makes Ya Wanna Hustle
Stevie Wonder: Blackman (Kay Sputnik Re-Edit)
L.T.D.: Love To The World
Pitbull: American War
The Dynamics: Move On Up
and big shouts to my dude Prince Aries of D2S for the graphics."
DOWNLOAD: King Most - Obamix
Daft Punk vs Adam Freeland - Aer OBAMA
Friday, September 26, 2008
Not super new, but this Bangladesh produced M.I.A. track is sure heat. The beat is crazy tight, and M.I.A. does her usual good thing.
M.I.A. - Hit That (Prod. Bangladesh) [alt link]
I definitely dig this mix of Kid Cudi's track by Mobin Master from Australia. It uses parts of the Crookers mix, but Mobin relaxes it out a bit, it's nice.
Kid Cudi - Day N Night (Mobin Master Remix) [alt link]
Saving the best for last, here's LBL's new remix of Cyndi Lauper's newish track. Super banger, awesome drums.
Cyndi Lauper - Into The Nightlife (Laidback Luke Remix) [alt link]
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
David Puentez got a dirty mix right here, super nice.
Masters At Work Vs. Tristan Garner - Work The Caribe (David Puentez Bootleg)
Also a hot one:
GET BRIGHT!!!! TIC TIC TIC TIC TOC!
Busy SIgnal ft. Rye Rye & M.I.A. - Tic Toc (Remix) [alt link]
Above video is Lords Of The Underground - Tic Toc
Monday, September 22, 2008
Debonair Samir is one of the best club producers there is. DJ Tameil put together this mix of some classic Samir tracks. I'm certainly in no position to talk about career moves/production skills, so I'll just re-post what Tameil had to say about the dude:
"I put together this quick mix for my appreciation of the old Debonair Samir. I think that "Gutter" Samir & Aaron Lafake have kidnapped him. These are some of his older tracks that I have in my collection which I think are far better than what he's dropping these days. If anybody sees "Debonair" Samir.... please tell him to come home, his family loves him... HAHAHAHA!"
Anyways, its a dope mix of some great tracks.
DJ Tameil - Debonair Samir Mix
Busy Signal's new album is fantastic. I'm pretty sure its his second album, dude is pretty young and got mad potential to just be killing the next fifteen years. Tic Toc is the single from this album that's been getting some play, but I think this track is the standout jam. The second one, Knocking at Your Door, is really good too. Dude's got some crazy rhyme schemes going on.
Busy Signal - Cool Baby
Busy Signal - Knocking At Your Door
Here's a link to buy the full album
Sunday, September 21, 2008
I just bought the 12" with one of my favorite Basement Jaxx remixes of all time, the sexy UK garage version of Red Alert by Steve Gurley. Just the perfect amount of the original flirting over a hot bassline. Also got the Morillo and Harry Romero dub on it, which is super tight also. I am incompetent when it comes to ripping vinyl, so this isn't my rip, but I figured this was a good time to post such a nice jam.
Basement Jaxx - Red Alert (Steve Gurley Remix)
Kenny Meez of Federation Sound has been blessing the internet with some real superior mashup/remixes. Check these two with TRP's favorite Vybz.
Vybz Kartel / Robin S. - Picture / Show Me Love
Vybz Kartel -Tekk Buddy Baby
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Finally got a job, so got some money to buy used cds and shit, so hopefully gonna get some more of that postage going.
First one is a pretty pumped up house track that makes you wanna shake your ass. Second one is on a more mellow tip with hand claps to kick your ass. All around great compilation, probably first place I heard Big Fun.
Members of the House - Share This House
Mia Hesterley - Spark