Roc Marciano-All For It-Prod. by Alchemist #NewMusic

Mixed by Eddie Sancho

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Just when you might think Rap music couldn’t get any worse , Hip-Hop comes along and stomps through like an agitated Sean P with tracks like this . Newest in Al’s “Craft Singles” series of limited 7′ Vinyl . They will sell out so don’t wait .

CHEMISTRY SET

DJ Format-Psych Out-LP *Full Stream

BBE Music sais:

DJ Format’s Psych Out is a compilation of records from around the world that Format WISHES he could play at clubs every weekend. Some of the tracks are hard to categories …kind of psychedelic, kind of funky, kind of crazy…but most have unmistakable blend of distorted electric guitars, driving basslines and pounding drums. Maybe you didn’t think it was possible for “Foxy Lady” to be played any harder…but 49th Blue Streak did it. “Hava Nagila” never really seemed likely to lend itself to a psychedelic reworking…but The Quests from Singapore thought differently. In Germany, The CT Four Plus did away with boring tradition and instead praised God with their electric guitars. Advertising executives in France thought it best to spread the word of their new chocolate bar by commissioning the Bana Pop Band to make a cool 7″ flexi disc record. These are just a few examples of how the boundaries of music were being pushed in the late ’60s & early ’70s when most of these exciting recordings were made.

DJ Jazzy Jeff-Vinyl Destination S4 Ep. 1 “In The Future…” *Video

Jeff sais:

DJ Jazzy Jeff and the crew are back with more music and even more fun in the premiere of Vinyl Destination Season 4. Along with special guests, DJ Jazzy Jeff and the crew head to Dubai to ring in the new year. Preparing for the trip is a piece of cake for the Vinyl Destination crew, Jeff’s better half, Lynette finds the prep a bit more complicated. Cue the violins while she pleads her case.

New Year’s Eve gets off to a blazing start with more than just fireworks lighting up the sky. Soon after, DJ Jazzy Jeff lights up Barasti Beach with an electrifying show.
Music from this episode:

“It’s A World Out There”
DJ Ferno x Dayne Jordan
https://soundcloud.com/djjazzyjeff/it…

“Crash”
Amir (15 North Dakota) prod. by DJ Jazzy Jeff
https://amir5.bandcamp.com/album/15no…

“Better Late Than Never”
Dayne Jordan prod. by DJ Jazzy Jeff

“Hands Way Up”
Gunnar Olsen

“Rescue Me’
SanXero
https://soundcloud.com/stealthrecords…

Da Beatminerz-Rhythm Roulette w/ Mass Appeal *Video

Mass Appeal sais:

There’s a reason Rhythm Roulette can skew towards the old and dusty hip hop producers of the late ’90s: that’s when sample cutting and crate-digging were the foremost currency of cool. Da Beatminerz were legends in that game, the architects behind OG NYC sounds, from Black Moon’s Enta Da Stage and Smif-N-Wessun’s Da Shinin’, among many others. We took a visit to Da Beatminerz’s apartment/headquarters in eastern Brooklyn to watch Mr. Walt and DJ Evil Dee cook up a few beats, working in close collaboration for the most part. It’s a family affair at the crib, and the beat has all the influence of their rugged NY sound, with an upbeat angle that shows how far they’ve come.

DJ Moe Love-Digging In the Tapes (Vol. 1)-Official Trailer

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Vinyl Release – July 1
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Pritt Kalsi sais:

Music innovator and hard rock funk scientist DJ Moe Love is bringing the true UltraMagnetic sound. Before the Madlib , and J-Dilla movement, nothing was moving funkier and faster in the golden era then UltraMagnetic MC’s!! In the 80’s on the “nine” block on Washington Avenue in the south Bronx at his cousins Patrick and Cedric “Ced-Gee” Miller’s house aka Ultra-Lab, is where Moe Love found his calling as a beat digger, DJ and Producer.

Simultaneously He watched the formation of KRS One and Scott La Rock go from the Celebrity Three to Boogie Down Productions, to aligning with Kool Keith, Ced-Gee,T.R. Love and Original Ronnie T. to become UltraMagnetic MC’s. Moe Love’s early passion for record digging for not just rare jazz, funk and soul breaks but the odd sound library and spoken word records is what helped shape the UltraMagnetic sound!! Moe Love’s sample chops and mastery of the SP 1200 is unmatched and distinctly funky along with his trademark scratches is what keeps the essence of the hip-hop on fire!!!

Moe Love’s sound can be heard on many classics from UltraMagnetic MC’S, Tim Dog, King Tee, BeastieBoys, Dr. Doom, Slaughter House Cartel, Tricky, Demagogue and the Prodigy,

The album picks up where the UltraMagnetic MC’s Four Horsemen album left off!! A collection of unheard SP 1200 floppy discs recorded and professionally mixed that sounds so
organically dope you understand Moe’s importance in Ultra. Moe Love adds his classic rugged scratches , cuts and left field sounds, over slick chopped saucy sweet grooves layered over hard concrete drums!!

This album is a journey from the silver wall papered Ultra Lab days in the Bronx to his Forte Greene Brooklyn park jam experiences. This album is highly anticipated and brings the true heads who have been craving the original UltraMagnetic sound to the table!!

Limited colored vinyl pressing, 300 only. This will be one of those records that will find a place in your collection under timeless classic.

DJ Nu-Mark – Mix on MikiDz Show *Vimeo

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MikiDz sais:

DJ Nu-Mark is known for including his famous “toy set” in performances these days, in which he plays children’s music toys as instruments. The Jurassic 5 member took things to a new level on Monday’s MikiDz Show, though, when he pulled out a pair of three-inch turntables mid-way through his set. Mark proceeded to rock the spot in front of a stunned audience, weaving together new and classic material in an unforgettable performance.

Havoc-Rhythm Roulette w/ Mass Appeal *Video

Mass Appeal sais:

You don’t need us to confirm that The Infamous is one of the greatest albums of all time, and a huge part of that is due to the eerie strings that loom through the production. Havoc did that. Okay, he had some help from Prodigy, but today we’ve got Havoc on Rhythm Roulette, so let’s focus on him. You heard that right.
After a trip to A-1 Record Shop in NYC, Havoc returns to the lab to do some work on his three records . The end result sounds like the soundtrack haunted castle inhabited solely by sentient drum machines.