Friday, July 21, 2017

Linkin Park x Eminem - Somewhere I Belong - Drum Cover Tribute

This video was released in 2015 and was unfortunately removed. I don't care about the risk involved in uploading this video. I can't really express how I feel right now, it's hard to even fathom what's actually happened. He was a major influence to me, an idol and a hero. I'll forever miss you Chester, R.I.P 

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REZZ x knodis - Premonition

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Sean Price "Imperius Rex" (Official Music Video)

The Sean Price legacy continues with his highly anticipated posthumous release of 'Imperius Rex,' available worldwide on August 8th. This marks Sean Price's 4th official studio album.

Fans can visit for exclusive 'Imperius Rex' album bundles, including a limited-edition CD housed inside an 84-page hard cover book packaged with rare photos spanning Sean Price’s life; exclusive fan art; an iconic 11x17 poster featuring the album cover art, and a Sean Price Challenge coin. Only 1,000 coins were minted.

The project features all new music with features from DOOM, Prodigy, Styles P, Smif N Wessun, Rock, Method Man, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, Junior Reid, Buckshot, Ruste Juxx, Bernadette Price & more. Production from Alchemist, Harry Fraud, Nottz, amongst others.

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Joey Bada$$ - “Victory” (Official Music Video)

Mountain Dew teamed up with Joey Bada$$ to bring the NBA season a brand new sound with “Victory”: an official release for The Courtside Project. Check out more from The Courtside Project at

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Sister Nancy - Bam Bam (1982)

Sister Nancy - Bam Bam (1982)

JAY-Z - Bam ft. Damian Marley

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Music video by JAY-Z performing Bam. (C) 2017 S. Carter Enterprises, LLC. Marketed by Roc Nation & Distributed by Roc Nation/UMG Recordings, Inc.

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Pretty Lights :: Camp Bisco Recap

Re-cap from Pretty Lights Live at Camp Bisco in Scranton, PA on July 15th, 2017.


RIP Chester Bennington - # TBT - Linkin Park & Jay-Z - 99 Problems - One More Light

RIP Chester Bennington -

#TBT - Linkin Park & Jay-Z - Points Of Authority/99 Problems/One Step Closer

 Stepping back from lunch to shattering news that Chester Bennington has DiedJuly 20, 2017 from suicide by hanging.  Devastating news for fans. The group recently dropped a new album "One More Light " Widely known for their collaborations with Jay -Z the album "Collision Course" blurred the lines between rock & rap.  a member of several bands over his short 41 years  on earth. Chester was most well known for his work with The Stone Temple Pilots and most recently Linkin Park.   Check out the video below. Haunting lyrics .... A tremendous light has gone out. Very tragic news. 


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#TBT - Natural Born Chillers - Rock The Funky Beat

Natural Born Chillers - Rock The Funky Beat

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#TBT - Doug E. Fresh and the Get Fresh Crew - The Show HQ !! Edit Remastered by...

Douglas E. Davis (born September 17, 1966), better known by the stage name Doug E. Fresh, is an American rapper, record producer,

and beat boxer, also known as the Human Beat Box. One of the earliest pioneers of beatboxing, Fresh is able to accurately imitate drum machines and various special effects using only his mouth, lips, gums, throat, and a microphone.
Although he began his recording career as a solo artist as one of the last artists on Enjoy Records and one of the first on Vintertainment Records (the same New York-based label owned by Vincent Davis that would later make a name of Hip-Hop artist Joeski Love and bring R&B icon Keith Sweat to ultimate fame), it was when he and a new team of DJs known as the Get Fresh Crew (Barry Bee and Chill Will) along with a newcomer named MC Ricky D (who would later achieve fame as Slick Rick) came to fledgling New Jersey-based Hip-Hop label Danya/Reality Records the following year and recorded "The Show" (which borrowed the melody of the Inspector Gadget theme by Shuki Levy), and "La Di Da Di", a tune that was completely voiced by MC Ricky D and backed by Doug E's beat boxing for the entire duration of the song. It was when both of these songs were released on a single (particularly 12" single) that broke him (and Slick Rick) into stardom. Both "The Show" and "La-Di-Da-Di" are considered two of the all-time greatest
early hip hop classics and, as such, make up one of the first and only Hip-Hop singles to have two hit songs on the same record.

Welcome to the Jungle Vol. 5 [Jungle Cakes] INCLUDING FREE DOWNLOAD!!!!


Ed Solo and Deekline have spent the better part of two decades at the forefront of bass music. Not only have they been champions of the most raw and dirty beats, many would go so far as to say they are some of the architects of the ragga Jungle sound. These two bad boys have consistently pushed the envelope in new and exciting ways, and are steadfast in their ability to look into the future while always paying homage to their roots. They’re legendary for their skanky riddims as the low end technicians behind classic tunes like “Bad Boys” and “King Of the Bongo.” 

They’ve returned to drop science on the masses for the 5th installment of the Welcome to the Jungle series, which has now become a flash point for the freshest and most forward thinking sounds in the genre. Spread across 2 dynamic mixes the boys lay down the bass in an aural journey through dirtnasty bass and crispy clean rhythms. 

The Jungle Cakes crew always pays intensely close attention to detail, and only selects tunes that are both teeth rattling and forward thinking. Industry heavyweights like Serum, Bladerunner, Serial Killaz, Benny Page and JFB have all laid down the weight contributing their best beats to knock the subs. Of course No Jungle Cakes compilation would be complete without a dizzying array of edits, remixes and originals from the bad boys themselves: Deekline and Ed Solo. Like the four comps before it, this is destined to become a future classic. 

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Smooth - Device - RAM RECORDS

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For twenty five years, Ram Records’ ground breaking roster have stood at drum & basses forefront. Time and time again, they’ve delivered some of the most definitive releases which have helped to shape the genre’s roots, becoming a prized part of its antiquity and huge back catalogue of releases. But alongside their primary artists, they’ve also welcomed guests to bring their refined production to Ram’s ever-growing discography. Their next addition is from Smooth, an artist whose spent years refining his craft, from playing instruments in his formative years to turning his hand at metal, hardcore and finally drum & bass, where he landed himself on its most revered imprints. He continues this ascent with the ‘Resurrection EP’ on Ram, featuring four fresh cuts to add to an already stellar succession of releases.

First from the new batch of records is ‘Trajectory’, a steppy, snapping whirlpool of clattering bass rhythms and fluctuating note patterns. It pulls you into Smooth’s dreamy soundscape, whilst still channelling a bassline which pulsates steadily underneath each flurry of beats. Up next comes ‘Disco’, with a more cascading, jazzy appeal, one which gradually builds into uplifting pads and clattering drums, helping to flesh-out the composition. ‘Disco’ points to Smooth’s streamlined musicality, which features a huge repertoire of sound.

‘Device’ follows with a cinematic intro, which begins to grow steadily on a quick succession of sonic stabs and heavyweight drums. Amongst old-school breaks and rattling percussion sitting underneath the mix, the track is tribal yet crunches with grinding LFO. It’s fierce in its delivery and channels more contemporary production standards. ‘My Feeling’ finishes the EP on a completely different vibe, drawing out keyed arpeggios and elevating synths. Smooth flexes his creativity one more time before the Resurrection’s close, stringing together shimmery vocals and an emphatic climax. Alongside its predecessors, ‘My Feeling’ gives the perfect end to a stellar release. One welcomed by Ram’s decorated history.

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Krakota @ Hospitality In The Dock (Tobacco Dock/London)

Krakota's set on the Great Gallery at Hospitality In The Dock/London.

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Translating Climate Change Data into a Musical Score

Thea Rossen is a percussionist and composer from Australia. She was at Banff Centre in 2017 for the Concert in the 21st Century residency, which explores new ways to present live music. While here, she workshopped the performance, "Music for our Changing Climate," with her collaborator from the Ad Lib Collective, Jared Yapp. After her time at Banff Centre, Thea premiered her work in Melbourne, Australia.

One portion of the hour-long performance is called "Sounds of the Reef," which sonifies data about the rising ocean temperatures surrounding the Great Barrier Reef, and the resultant damage done. Rossen and Yapp use unusual materials such as dripping ice cores, and bleached coral to create sounds authentic to the project's theme. Rossen hopes to start a conversation about science using music and art.

Footage from the Melbourne concert captured by Agatha Yim, Polyphonic Pictures.

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Open Space: DJ Carnage

“I was raised in a third world country, kind of the same thing compared to some kids living in the hood,” says DJ Carnage of early childhood in Guatemala. From these beginning he moved to the suburbs of Washington D.C. and then farther out to the Maryland boonies. As he detailed during an Open Space session for MASS APPEAL, the EDM star’s career has taken a similarly unpredictable route.

With few friends in the rural U.S. and an unfamiliarity with the country’s culture (“All he knew was WWF, Spanish Nickelodeon and my Naughty by Nature cassette tape”), Carnage began making beats and putting together mixtapes of songs he found on MySpace. “I was so infatuated with Khaled and Drama, I wanted to do that,” he says.

And though Carnage has become a major name and major draw in the dance music, he’s stayed involved with hip hop. He connected with Lil Uzi Vert when the young artist only had about 400 followers on SoundCloud (he’s currently at 1.19 million) and hooked him up on “WDYW,” a track with A$AP Ferg and Rich the Kid.

Carnage also has an EP on the way with Young Thug and he gave us some insight of what’s like and how quick you have to be when with the mightily prolific artist.

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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Bad Company UK - Tetris

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With both their newer output and pivotal classic releases still rocking dancefloors, Bad Company UK remain at the helm of drum & bass worldwide. With a history which spans across both groundbreaking singles and albums, their music has laid the foundations for one of dance music’s most revered subgenres. 
Joining the ranks of Ram Records last year, Bad Company UK have continued to push boundaries and raise the bar. Their remix of The Day is My Enemy by The Prodigy stood tall as their smashing Ram debut and original  tracks  Nomad and Equilibrium have demonstrated their desire and ability to deliver at the highest level once again. Following recent tour activity which has taken them from the USA to New Zealand and from Japan to Eastern Europenext up Bad Company UK return with Tetris.
Tetris provides a nod to the sound which made Bad Company UK so infamous whilst bringing the 2017 flavour also . With a sliced and diced old-school sample filtering its way through the mix, D BridgeFreshMaldini and Vegas waste no time in delivering a cut-throat anthem. Tetris defies any commercial pressures brought about by their global success, paying homage to their beginnings whilst propelling them into the future.
For fans old and new, Bad Company UK are back and are on fire.

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