Since only half the picture comes up, heres the link
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Not Metric, Metrik. I've had this for a while apparently, but just experienced it again when playing through my serato folders, and then was wondering where I got it. Turns out it was free, so I had to share. Its on some D-Bridge kind of shit, perfect for washing dishes to.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
This is probably my favorite mix that I've done. I originally did it live (was supposed to be opening for Distance...but that damn Icelandic volcano happened and he's had to reschedule.), the club owner loved it and asked me to record it for him. Mixing dubstep at 147 bpm ftw. (tracklisting is after the jump!)
I don't really have a tracklisting for this mix, but its a nice mix of dubstep and dnb.
Monday, March 28, 2011
No, I'm not posting that song; instead you get some more Memphis classics. Who needs dubstep when we got horrorcore!?
(Tommy might have been Chamillionare, but 10-15 years too early. Good thing or bad? You decide.)
Sunday, March 27, 2011
I finally got to finishing and submitting my remix for Seba's "Painted Sky". I tried to make it on some liquid-jungle-drumstep kind of vibes. I know its an odd combination, but I'm pretty happy with how it came out.
Posted by Life, Liberty and Accountability at 6:07 PM
Friday, March 25, 2011
RIP Nate Dogg. This track has been really been forgotten since it came out, and its a damn shame.
Also, RIP daMix, that was one of the best shows they had on Much Music back in the day; Master T was a killer host, and deserves a lot of credit for what he did for urban music in this country. Remember when Canadian Hip Hop dominated the channel from 1999-2002? And how its pretty much dominated the charts since? Thank him for it.
(And on another note, "Oh No" was on the soundtrack for that game Street Hoops. I may have to do a post on that soundtrack too.)
Posted by Life, Liberty and Accountability at 3:26 PM
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Almost a year after giving this blog up...I'm back on it. I figure I'm mostly just going to use this to post all the music that's shaped my tastes over the years, because when I get old, I know I'm going to forget at some point. Might as well have some sort of record right? I'll probably be throwing some other cool stuff I find on here, pictures/doc's/etc, but we'll just see how that goes.
So since this is the jump off, we're going to take it back. Way back. Back to the songs that really made me indulge in hip hop history, made me want to DJ and all that. Hopefully you enjoy this journey as much as I did.
I'd already known who Run-DMC were by the time I was 8, but after hearing this track while playing Thrasher: Skate and Destroy, I was just addicted (I think I'm going to have to make a bunch more posts dedicated to that soundtrack to be honest).
Listening to this track single handedly made me want to become a DJ. I still have no clue why, but it did.
Until next time, peace.