If you ever come see me play--you know this man is heavily in my collection. This gem here is an oldie but a goodie. The material is a little kitsch (being that this piece of music is one of the most overused in filmscores and such) (especially student films). But he pulls it off in a way that feels really mature.
Tuesday, December 08, 2009
DJing really does make me happy. I love playing the game of what song would sound perfect after this one. I'm really excited about Thursday's party as it is:
Sunday, December 06, 2009
Thursday, December 03, 2009
Tuesday, December 01, 2009
Ok so everybody is talking about this mixtape. Pretty cool on the hip hop tip. Defintitely worth a download/listen...
By the way I also Looooove the Cleveland show.
Download: Mick Boogie & Terry Urban Present Chip Tha Ripper - The Cleveland Show.zip
The Tip :: Dec 3rd 2009 :: Episode IV
Tappin' with Calvin Booker: I love percussion. And I love dance. Mix the two and you got tap. Dancing since the age of four, Calvin (from the SugarHill Artist Jams) is an original member of the 'Young Hoofers', two-time award winner at Showtime at the Appollo and performed in the off-broadway production of Fela. Catch an intimate performance with him at midnight. Watch performance here: http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=127580787754&subj=46301476
Get in my Cadillac Photoshoot: Take a pic in our installation.
And as always, residents Krunk Pony, Robbie Loggia, and E¢k$ bring you a sexy funksploitation of jams that are made for dancing.
10 – 11 two-for-one drinks. $3 PBR all night.
Friday, July 24, 2009
At my job we recently had Biz Stone come in and have a personal Q&A with us. I got to brush up on my drawing chops and I designed this poster for this event. He was really personable and did not take himself too seriously. After everything though--I still don't see how the business model of Twitter works.
Twitter has invaded pop culture and it wasn't going to be long before someone made a song about it--or perhaps several people would make a song about it.
Here are a few that stood out to me.
Jooce - Hit me on My Twitter:
I saw the video shoot for this one at mug lounge NYC. I was DJing next and they went Waaay over their time slot. There was all underage girls and they were taking crumpled up one dollar bills and making it rain in the shoot. It was funny to see them keep picking it up and reusing it.
C Teezy - Hit Me on My Twitter:
I think this one actually used the beat from Three 6 Mafia's classic "Sippin On Some Sizzurp" which actually samples a Marvin Gaye track originally. Great to bring up U-tern's Disco Sizzurp (in his playlist) which is a sick disco version of 36M's track. He is one of my favorite producers.
Mistah F.A.B. - Hit Me on Twitter
Possibly the best sounding one. Even though he sounds almost exactly like T-Pain. In fact it almost sounds like Jamie Foxx featuring T-Pain - Blame It. This song is a guilty pleasure for me when I'm getting ready in my room.
J-Eye - Follow Me (Twitter Song)
Not bad. Good harmonies
I'm barely on Twitter. I don't really use it much.