I’m always impressed with this kid’s hustle. Figure just launched a Kickstarter to fund the video and art for his upcoming free album Mission of Destruction. For more info, hit up his website.
Been meaning to post this new tropical biddy from K. Sabroso for a week or more. Keep it coming!
Rad Summer’s newest member dropped this remix of Drop the Lime’s “Shake Baby Shake” last week. Phenom flipped the rockabilly track driven almost exclusively by a bass guitar line into an electro house banger.
I will never deny that Justice eats a lot of cocks, but this track is a testament to the fact that Rick Rubin could polish any turd into a diamond finish.
The homie Dorsh blended a couple of classic house tunes into a tasty mashup. Nice work!
Black Fabio strikes again with a new freEP! A good collection of remixes of the duo’s best two singles. Personal favorites are the remixes by Critters and Skyshaker.
DOWNLOAD: Oreo Jones x Action Jackson – “Black Fabio Remixes” | SoundCloud
WATCH: Love Tips From Black Fabio: The Physique! | Boone’s Farm Nightcap!
SINGLE: Black Fabio – “Reggie Miller” ft. Toni Royale | SoundCloud | Hypem
MIXTAPE: Oreo Jones x Action Jackson – “Black Fabio” (Mixtape) | SoundCloud
Damn, Flosstradamus is really trying to remind everyone who the fuck they are. I applaud you!
Spotted this rambunctious electro house mix from Charles the First over at Media Contender as the fifth edition of their ChromaCast podcast. Rave On.
Black Matter flips Supafly Inc’s “Radar” into an electro anthem.
What’s up with all of the dope music dropping today? Vids from Thurz and Fam-Lay. Free EPs from Astronomar and Sinden. Now THIS! Yes, thank you… Happy Hanukkah!
Designer Drugs just uploaded their newest mix last night. I haven’t gotten a chance to listen to it yet, but I can assure you that it is full Sex Cult grindhouse! Oh and it opens with “Niggas in Paris”… no wonder Jay and Ye are performing that shit 11 x a night. Did I mention this shit is almost 2 hours long?!
Electronic bad ass Dan Aux (New Zealand) dropped this monster of a mix about two days ago for the free.99. Shit’s bangin…download it! (Click more for track list)
iQ Entertainment continues their onslaught of releases with iQD009 from Illy!:
iQD009 finds iQ Entertaiment dropping 2 bangers from Philadelphia-based emcee and producer Illy. The release liberates Illy’s classic collaboration with Bmore legends Uncle Jesse of Unruly Records fame and the follow up to last year’s smash “That’s My Steez” by Double on the Rocks! “Wilin’ Out” is an instant party anthem with a crazy Baltimore club backed beat and the insanity of Illy on the vocals. On the flip side, “Sex Raps” takes a more electro house approach with production from CT Burners, but Illy keeps the verses hot all the same. The release is out now exclusively on Beatport!
Grey Granite and El Carnicero’s creation Pixelated Lazer Face Bass Monster will be unleashed on 10/10/10:
What is a Pixelated Lazer Face Bass Monster? It’s the culmination of the machinations of Grey Granite and El Carnicero over the past 6 months featuring gobs of the Butcher’s bass and stained with the Grey’s ramblings. In the run-up to PLFBM, the evil scientists have created quite a stir with their singles “Not A Robot”, “Turn It On”, and “Get Grimey”, which have been featured on blogs like MOKB, Mostly Junk Food, Noise Porn, Rock the Dub, and White Label Nation. These villains aren’t concerned with economic gain; you’ll be able to get your hands on Pixelated Lazer Face Bass Monster today, October 10, 2010 for FREE!
Over the past couple of years, Grey Granite has consistently distinguished himself from other vocalists by perpetually reinventing his style and jumping on anything that catches his interest. Starting with his legendary Amplifies the Killers project to his recent immaculate album Lust Poisons Pride, Grey has been one of the few artists in the Midwest to successfully go left and follow his sonic dreams. His creativity has recently garnered the support of Kick Kick Snare, Ruby Hornet, Loyal KNG, Noise Porn, Nuvo, and Musical Family Tree and several other media outlets. Now with his partner J. Brookinz, the duo have launched Heavy Gun Recordings and are beginning next portion of their journey.
The man behind the crazy production on PLFBM is the one an only El Carnicero. El Carnicero aka the Butcher aka Aaron Berg has been solidifying his name as master of heavy bass for the past several years. In the mid 2000s as grime was making it’s way across the Atlantic to the States, El Carnicero teamed up with Philly based producers Starkey and Dev79 to form the now infamous Slit Jockey Records. In the past, the Butcher has produced tracks for Doodlebug of Digable Planets, Warrior Queen, and RikoDan of the Roll Deep Crew. Beyond his recent work with Grey, Aaron is currently working on a new project with New York rapper Elucid entitled CapricornOne.