No Ideas Original 9/30/14 w/ Guest-Illa Noyz



01. Pete Rock – Half Man, Half Amazing (Feat. Method Man)
02. Large Professor – Ultimate
03. Illa Noyz – Sleepers (Feat. Rock Of Heltah Skeltah)
04. LL Cool J – I’m Nice (Feat. Raekwon, Murda Mook & Ron Browz)
05. Lord Have Mercy – These Men Don’t Cry (Feat. Method Man)
06. Don Streat & Cool FD – It’s Complicated
07. Diabolic – Diabolical Sound
08. Boot Camp Clik – Illa Noyz (Feat. Illa Noyz & Heltah Skeltah)
09. Wu-Tang Killa Bees – And Justice For All (Feat. Killarmy & Method Man)
10. Jakk Frost – Got Em (Bars In The Booth III)
11. Starvin B. – Who’z Side R U On
12. DJ Muggs – Life Is Tragic (Feat. The Infamous Mobb)
13. Jadakiss – Ain’t None Of Yall Better (Feat. The Lox)
14. Big L – Lifestylez Ov Da Poor And Dangerous
15. Nas – Death Anniversary
16. Boot Camp Clik – Had It Up 2 Here (Feat. Illa Noyz)
17. Saigon – Nunya
18. Tha Alkaholiks – Rockin With The Best (Feat. Phil Da Agony)
19. La The Darkman – Heist Of The Century
20. Ghostface Killah – Metal Lungies (Feat. Sheek Louch & Styles P)
21. Heltah Skeltah – Caca Cosa Vixen (Feat. Illa Noyz)
22. J Dilla – Track (Feat. Phat Kat)
23. The High & Mighty – Mind, Soul & Body
24. Jeru The Damaja – Friend Or Foe
25. The Lootpack – The Anthem
26. AZ – Your World Don’t Stop (Remix)
27. Illa Noyz – Bust My Gun
28. Illa Noyz – Die
29. Illa Noyz – Been Here For Years
30. Dilated Peoples – The Reversal
31. DJ Priority & Tone Liv – Tri-State (Feat. Respect Tha God & Burke The Jurke)
32. The Bumrush (Mista Pigz & The Vinylcologist) – Straightblade
33. Planet Asia – Thai Stick

Enjoy and Be Educated #1434-Slave to the Riddim-Part 2 (90s Dancehall)

TAKE THE SHOW WITH YOU HERE – Slave to the Riddim, Part 2 (90s Dancehall) | Download

TDU1200 sais:

Let’s take a trip back to the early days of reggae dancehall, when it really started making an impact on American shores. Taking shape in the 90s, it became a staple in DJ’s sets ten-fold in addition to becoming the worldwide phenomenon it is today. With our second entry into the “Slave to the Riddim” series, we’re proud to bring you two more hours of classic dancehall. Featuring legendary artists such as Buju Banton, Bounty Killer, Simpleton and Jigsy King, we hope you enjoy this mix as a tribute to Dancehall’s glory days. As always, enjoy and be educated.


Kette Drum Riddim

01. Garnett Silk – “Silk Chant”
02. Cocoa Tea – “Mount Zion”
03. Terror Fabulous – “Praise Jah & Live”
04. President Brown – “One Man To A Vote”
05. Josey Wales – “Chant, Chant, Chant”
06. Mad Cobra – “Give The Youth A Bly”
07. Beenie Man & Determine – “Kette Drum”
08. Shabba Ranks – “Have It At All”
09. Bounty Killer – “Seek God”

Quarter To 12 Riddim

10. Bounty Killer – “Caught Up In The West”
11. Captain Barkey – “Anti-Christ”
12. Lukie D – “Crush”
13. Future Trouble – “Can’t Listen In Peace”
14. Pancho – “Mexican”
15. Silver Cat – “Yu Hot”
16. General B – “Weak Under The Treatment”
17. Fabby Dolly – “Peanut Punch”
18. Simpleton – “Quarter To 12″

Baby Doll Riddim

19. Beenie Man – “Healer”
20. Brian & Tony Gold – “Ain’t Nobody”
21. General Degree – “Ragga Loving”
22. Chevelle Franklin – “Ooh Aah”
23. Galaxy P – “Grudge”
24. Daddy Screw & Donovan Steele – “Snapper Dapper”

Beetle Juice Riddim

25. Sebastian – “Start Di War”
26. Lady G & Papa San – “Want Yu Back”
27. Beenie Man & Frisco Kid – “Written & Said”
28. Alley Cat – “Love Fi Si”
29. Beenie Man – “Si Mi Ya”

Modeling A Gwan Riddim

30. Silver Cat – “Dionne”
31. Beenie Man – “Modeling”

Hot Wax Riddim

32. Daddy Lizard – “Whiplash”
33. Don Yute – “Click Click”
34. Galaxy P – “Upstairs, Downstairs”
35. Ricky General – “Sketel Boom”
36. Frisco Kid – “Eye Ah Bun Them”
37. Beenie Man – “Dengue Fever”
38. Bounty Killer – “Suspence”
39. Beenie Man – “Memories”
40. Bounty Killer – “Ask Fi War”

Cell Block Riddim

41. Buju Banton – “Rampage”
42. Frisco Kid – “Video Life”
43. Terry Ganzie – “Lone Ranger”
44. Wayne Wonder – “Is It A Test”
45. Alley Cat – “No Pleasure In Wickedness”

2nd Chance Riddim

46. Merciless – “Guns From Paris”
47. Action Fire – “Babylon A Run”
48. Determine – “Bun Babylon”
49. Little Hero – “One More Chance”

Muslim Riddim

50. Dirtsman – “Simmer Down”
51. Cutty Ranks – “Eeh”
52. Capleton – “Arms House”
53. Papa San – “Price Increase”
54. Makeda – “Real Love”
55. Simpleton – “Big Fat Girl”
56. Major Mackeral – “Hot”

Bogle Riddim

57. Buju Banton – “Bogle”
58. Daddy Screw – “Yu Body Good”
59. Terror Fabulous – “Mr. Big Man”
60. Capleton – “Stampede”
61. Jigsy King – “Ha Fi Get Yu Body”

21st Century Riddim

62. Prisoner Of War – “Slaper Ting”
63. Chronicle – “Two Sounds”
64. Jigsy King – “Greatest Wish”
65. Turbo Belly – “Nah Stop Work”
66. Yankee B – “Gummy”
67. Devon Clarke – “We’re Movin”
68. Chilla Rinch – “Hold Him”
69. Burro Banton – “Modellin A Gwan”

Black Riot Riddim

70. Cutty Ranks – “The Return”
71. Chilla Rinch, Chronicle & Burro Banton – “The War Thing”
72. Duckman – “Wages Of Sin”
73. Prisoner Of War – “God In Me Heart”
74. Jigsy King & Devon Clarke – “Make Dem Talk”
75. Sweet T – “Na Na Na”
76. Yankee B – “Shave Him”
77. Bounty Killer – “Suicide Murder”

Elemental 76-The Best Of Each Hip-Hop Element This Week 8/23/14–8/29/14

Every Friday I pick the best representation of each Hip-Hop Element-MC,DJ,BREAKING,GRAFFITI-from the past week.Knowledge is to some including me the 5th Element




G-Unit -Digital Scale-Prod. by 45 Music

Off of the newly reunited groups Beauty Of Independence EP out now.



Masters At Work (Kenny Dope & Louie Vega)-Boiler Room London-Mix

Boiler Room sais:

Now, this was special one. In the late 80s, Masters at Work were largely responsible for the heady rise of NYC house music and its exciting mutations. Some decades later, we brought back these mighty pioneers to celebrate their legacy: Kenny and Louie back-to-back, doing the do, for an hour and a half. Enjoy.



Crazy Legs (RSC) & Focus (FMC)-Shaolin Footwork Mastery

Filmed in the Shaolin Temple in China Aug 21th 2014
Camera work and edit: Jussi “Focus” Sirviö
Music: El Michel’s Affair: Protect Ya Neck



4608-Wolume 2 (Pre Episode)

About a year and a half ago we released our first DVD, ‘Wolume 1, a 120 min train-action dvd with focus on Stockholm based WOL crew.

This year we have been putting in a lot of work to overshine that release. In September we will release of the sequel ‘Wolume 2 in memory of our brother Asoc.

This time we thought that instead of making a regular 2 min trailer with random clips from the upcoming film we decided to give a little extra and made a 10 minute ‘pre-episode’ of the clips that we didnt manage to squeeze into the upcoming DVD.

More info on the release date and release party will be out shortly.




This week I chose this interview with one of the best engineer’s , and behind the scenes people to ever do it , Young Guru of the Roc-A-Fella Records era of course and continuing engineer and DJ to this day.

Watch as he talks to E-Money from HipHopSince1987 about being the engineer for Jay and The ROC , and also

piracy on the internet changing music,deals with Akai Pro, a line of engineering headphones, and an upcoming book, before delving into how teaching at USC and running Jay Z & Kanye West’s ‘Watch The Throne’ Tour have opened up new avenues for him to affect music.


Thank You for checking this week and Thank You to all my readers who have supported the first 75 of these.

And finally if you would like to read Elemental 1-75 go here ELEMENTAL Click on the header to bring up the full post.

Peace INDOE @IndoeSadSmilez #CheckIt

RBMA Presents : Diggin’ In the Carts-Official Trailer

Red Bull Music Academy sais:

Diggin’ In The Carts is a new series from Red Bull Music Academy about the untold story behind the most influential music to come out of Japan.

For many of us, the music of video games played more in our households growing up than any other form of music. Diggin’ In The Carts is about unearthing the men and women who inspired an entire generation while arguably creating Japan’s biggest musical export to the world. The series will include six episodes about some of the greatest composers of the 8-bit and 16-bit era of video game music.

Watch the first episode on on September 04.

Over six episodes Diggin’ In The Carts shines a spotlight on the composers who created a style of music that has had an immense impact on modern pop culture. From the personal studios of these legendary composers, to the concert halls of Japan where symphony orchestras are performing their compositions to sold-out crowds today – the series will document how the music of video games was created, what inspired it, and how it evolved into its own cultural phenomenon. Peppered with commentary from some of modern music’s finest DJ’s, musicians and electronic producers from around the world, the documentary also shows the influence these Japanese composers had on the world – and the world of music.


Music Credits:

Hitoshi Sakimoto
Magical Chase – (C) Quest / Square Enix

Konami Sound Team
Castlevania II Simons Quest – (C) Konami

Naoki Kodada
Hebereke – (C) Sunsoft

Adrien Brody Plays His Beats , Souls Of Mischief Freestyle Over Them w/ Sway In the Morning *Video

The reason Souls was there was to promote their new LP “There Is Only Now” with Adrian Younge on production. Also catch Adrien Brody in the lead role of the new two part Harry Houdini biopic entitled “Houdini” airing Sept. 1st and 2nd on History.

Sway sais:

Rap group, Souls of Mischief stopped by Sway in the Morning to discuss their new album with Adrian Younge, There Is Only Now. First, the members shared what they thought was their biggest career mistake in the music industry. They also broke down their lyrics and explained how a witnessing a shooting inspired this new record. The producer of the album, Adrian Younge spoke about his experience working with Souls of Mischief. Make sure to purchase There Is Only Now on iTunes now!

Masters At Work (Kenny Dope & Louie Vega)-Boiler Room (London)-Mix *Video



Masters At Work

Boiler Room sais:

Once the core of the NYC house scene, the soulful reverberations of Kenny Dope’s classic sound still echo into the future. We caught him for a rare appearance in London and – cot damn – he’s still got it.

Half of the mighty Masters at Work and a bonafide pioneer in his own right, it’s Louie Vega in a special rare appearance for Boiler Room. Truly a time-seasoned jock of the highest order.

Now, this was special one. In the late 80s, Masters at Work were largely responsible for the heady rise of NYC house music and its exciting mutations. Some decades later, we brought back these mighty pioneers to celebrate their legacy: Kenny and Louie back-to-back, doing the do, for an hour and a half. Enjoy.