Not really a Rick Ross fan to be honest but this new mixtape has been eagerly awaited by the masses. Here it is for you to download and enjoy all the same!
Friday, 24 December 2010
Seems like everybody is on the TRON: Legacy merchandise bandawagon. Medicom have produced a pair of Daft Punk x TRON: Legacy Bearbricks in 400% size. Due for release $th January 2011 at all Medicom Stockist.
Thursday, 23 December 2010
James Brown: Future Shock...
This video is bought to us by Holy Roller and will be up until the new year. I'm not sure where they dug this up from as most clips available online are no longer than 4 or 5 minutes long.
Future Shock was a live dance show hosted by The Godfather of Soul, James Brown. Its basically had a similar format to Soul Train and the music was performed live by James Brown's band, The JBs. Enjoy!
Edit: The original video i posted was removed by Holy Roller as it was only available until the new year, but i've added a 5min clip so you get to see what it was about. Enjoy!
Wednesday, 22 December 2010
New video from Murs & 9th Wonder 'I Used To Love Her (Again)', taken the record Fornever available now.
Last night was Gilles Peterson's Worldwide 'Best of 2010' show, and here is the tracklist....
The Rongetz Foundation — Broken Doll Beat
Nick Rosen — Ancestral Echoes
John Blake Jr — Motherless Child
Quest — Smooth Skin
Grace Jones — Love You To Life (Digital Mystikz Remix)
Mala — Eyez
Koreless — 4 D
Ramadanman — Glut
Mount Kimbie — Blind Night Errand
Bonobo & Andreya Triana — Eyes Down (Floating Points Remix)
Joy Orbison — The Shrew Would Have Cushioned The Blow
Sepalcure — Love Pressure
Scuba — You Got Me
MJ Cole & Wiley — From The Drop
Girl Unit — Wut
Dark Sky — Reflex
Gonjasufi — Ancestors
Jyoti — First Stitches
Bilal — Move On
Taylor McFerrin — A Place In My Heart
John Legend — Hang On In There
Rick Ross — Maybach Music III feat. T.I., Jadakiss & Erykah Badu
John Legend feat. Kanye West — Blame Game
Erykah Badu — Window Seat
Homeboy Sandman — Parallel Perpendicular
The Roots feat. Blu, Phonte & Patty Crash — The Day
Shad — Yaa I Get It (Oddisee Remix)
Aloe Blacc — Dollar
Big Boi — Shutterbug
Jai Paul — Btstu
Baths — Lovely Bloodflow
MdCL & Rahel — Hope
Raashan Ahmad — Pain On Black
Gil Scott-Heron — New York Is Killing Me feat. Mos Def
Theophilus London — Calypso Blues
Nas & Damian Marley — As We Enter
Brasstrnaught — Good Times
Janelle Monáe — Locked Inside
Great Weekend — Let’s Do It Again
Cerrone — Hooked On You (Kon Re-Edit)
Scuba — So You Think You’re Special (Joe Remix)
Gold Panda — Snow & Taxis
Gilles Peterson's Havana Cultura Band — Rezando (Michel Cleis remix)
Ogris Debris — Miezekatze
Wbeeza — He So Crazy
Kode9 — Don't Wash Dub (Actress Remix)
Doc Daneeka — Hold On
SBTRKT & Sampha — Look At Stars
Flying Lotus — Mmm Hmm
James Blake — Cmyk
Jamie Woon — Night Air (Ramadanman Remix)
Caribou — Sun Midland Edit
Roska — I Need Love
Four Tet — Sing (Mosca Remix)
The 2 Bears — Be Strong
Ramadanman & Midland — Your Words Matter
T Williams feat. Terri Walker — Heartbeat Mosca Remix
Kink — E79
Lone — Once In A While
Cee Lo Green — I Want You (Demo Version)
Jay Electronica — Exhibit C
Shuya Okino — Still In Love
Ezel — In my Lifetime Deetron Remix
If you enjoyed part one of the Mochilla decade mix like me then you'll be happy to get part two!
1. King Ruly & Toy Selectah! – Bumpin Time! (Sistema Local Mexmix Version)- Keepintime
2. DJ Shadow – Roy’s Theme - Keepintime
3. Clutchy Hopkins – Thanks Mochilla – Timeless
4. King Britt – The Radcliff Remix - Timeless
5. Nobody – Song For Sophia – You Can Know Her - Keepintime
6. Suite for Ma Dukes - Morning Order - Timeless
7. Quantic – Cumbia de Mochilla – Mochilla
8. J.Rocc – Dirty Fingered B-Boy Edit - Keepintime
9. Arthur Verocai – Karina - Timeless
10. Te’Amir – Yekermo Sew Remix - Timeless
11. Mulatu Astatke – Yekermo Sew - Timeless
12. Black Spade – Fall in Love Remix - Timeless
13. Suite for MaDukes EP – Fall in Love - Timeless
14. DJ Nuts – From SP On My 303 - Keepintime
15. Suite for Ma Dukes – Angel - Timeless
16. Jackson Conti - Sunset at Sujinho - Brasilintime
17. Suite for MaDukes – Antiquity - Timeless
18. Oh No – A Remix in 3 Parts - Keepintime
19. Jackson Conti – Papaya - Brasilintime
20. Suite for Ma Dukes – Stakes Is High - Timeless
"VTech and MED are giving the gift of music to the fans of VTech this holiday season with the second installment of BangYaHeadIII, Pt. 2. Featuring works by Exile, Beat Konducta, Medicine Man, HouseShoes and more, this mixtape has it all."
2) It’s Your Life prod. by Exile
3) Ain’t Bragging feat. Guilty Simpson prod. by Waajeed
4) Yoyo Affair (Official Unreleased Remix) prod. by Beat Konducta
5) SupaMan Prod. by J. Rocc
6) Purest Form feat. POK Prod. by HouseShoes
7) Amazing Prod. by Miss One
8) Hold U feat Aloe Blacc (Mixtape)
9) Prices (full version) feat POK Prod. by Medicine Man
10)Sure Shot (Disrupted Remake) mixtape Oh No
11)Heads Up feat LMD Prod. by Madlib
Sunday, 19 December 2010
Oh how i miss The Real McCoy, classic Black British comedy from the likes of Curtis Walker, Eddie Nestor, Robbie Gee, Felix Dexter, Collette Johnson and many more. The show ran from 1990-1995 on the BBC and was a hit! Unlike most successful comedy series run on the BBC, The Real McCoy never made it DVD as the majority of the master tapes were destroyed once the show was decommissioned, all a bit suspect really. So all we have are the clips which have been ripped from homemade VHS copies.
Anyway, here are a few of my favourite clips. Enjoy!
Life long sneaker fiend Jordan Geller started off selling Nikes on eBay and has know amassed a huge collection of Nikes and below are two videos taking through his warehouse.
Some words from Geller about his creation...
"Ten years ago I started selling shoes on eBay when I stumbled upon a bunch of vintage Nikes at a local swap meet. I emptied out my checking account (a whopping $300) and bought as many pairs as I could afford. I rushed home to my one-bedroom-apartment and listed the shoes on eBay. Week after week, I went back to the swap meet and bought more Nikes. Eventually, the swap meet vendor disappeared, never to be seen or heard from again. So I had to figure out where I was going to get my inventory of Nikes from. Over the years, I have bought and sold hundreds of thousands of Nike Shoes. My business grew from a one-bedroom-apartment, into a two-bedroom-apartment, into a storage locker, into eight storage lockers, and eventually into the warehouse where I am presently. I decided that the best use of my giant warehouse and my profits that I have worked so hard for, was to build the most comprehensive collection of Nike shoes and put them on display for the world to enjoy. So one by one, I built this amazing collection. All of the shoes are in my size (11-12). All of the shoes are deadstock with their original boxes. And all of the shoes have been professionally shrink wrapped for their protection. The shoes have been placed on display with toys and props that are meant to bring the collection to life. The shoes were mainly purchased on eBay and Flightclub, as well as at Footlocker, Sportie LA, Niketown, and Nike Outlets all across the United States. The toys and props were all purchased at the same swap meet where my business got started."