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New Eminem “Having A Relapse”

In: Music, News
Young Nem

Young 'Nem

Along with a new book Eminem: The Way I Am, Marshall Mathers debuts a snippet from the new album’s title track, aired on Shade 45 (Sirius Satellite Radio) this week. Apparently Slim’s album Relapse will be be released between 50 Cent’s Before I Self Destruct (12/09/08) and Dr. Dre’s highly anticipated album Detox TBA (originally slated to drop in 2004).


(320 | Serato ready)

New Q-Tip is that hot fire!

In: Music, Video

I had been pretty cynical about Q-Tip’s post Tribe efforts for a while, until I saw him perform some of his new material at Rock the Bells in Maryland this past summer. He did some solo joints before joining up with the rest of ATCQ and blowing away the crowd to close down the show.

So fuck it, I’m back on the bandwagon. “Gettin’ Up” has been on heavy rotation for me for a while, and now his new tune “Move” is spreading like an L.A. County wildfire. This new shit is that crack, for real. Dilla (RIP) on the beat, of course:

It’s the middle of the month, and with the economy still in the shitter and getting shittier by the day, it’s time for another handout from the generous souls here at buhbOmp HQ. And like all good bureaucracies charged with overseeing the well-being of its needy constituents, we’re a day late and a DJ short. While Cashless is in Japón brokering peace between the Jamaicans and Japanese, Empanadamn and Lil Tiger got the goods to hold you over ’til the first rolls back around. Try not to spend it all in one place:

empanadamn | Halloween treats

Bernard Herrmann “Opening Credits” of Psycho
Herrmann is a big dude in film scoring, serving up sounds of the scary, sinister, and suspense. From the classic Psycho, DJ Scratch used this composition in Busta Rhymes’ “Gimme Some More”

Castlevania “Stage One”
The first level ditty to one of my most favoritest video games ever in the whole wide world. Simon Belmont got whip appeal.

Mike Oldfield “Tubular Bells”
Virgin Records first official release that topped the charts for some time in the UK. The album, mostly instrumental, implemented a lot of sounds never recorded on such a successful release. The title track was also popularized by the film The Exorcist.

Mötley Crüe “Shout At The Devil”
As a child, this song kinda scared the shit out of me, being about yellin’ at the devil and all. But my brother was jammin this, so I guess it was OK. Out of all the Crüe, I liked Mick Mars because he looked like a short Alice Cooper. Factoid: Vince Neil is part Mexican. Thanks to Guitar Hero, people everywhere now rejoice in Satan and don’t even realize it, so nothing out of the ordinary.

RJD2 “The Horror”
I’m not a big fan of the dude, but RJD2′s got a couple of bangers. This is one makes me envision a montage for 70s slasher flick for a diabolical doctor dude who’s really not a doctor, but a school nurse assistant who’s not quite right.

*Bonus bOmp*
DJ Qbert “Alcohol Razorblade Slide”
My favorite track and scene from “Wave Twisters”. The line, “he separated the skull and masturbated in front of it,” is a sound-bite referencing Jeffrey Dahmer (I think)

download: Candy with a razorblade in it. Shhh.

dj lil tiger | get a job, grouch!

H.I.S.D “Break of Dawn”
On of my favorite tunes from the talented Hueston Independent Spit District crew making moves in my hometown. Off their dope Summer Sessions album.

Solange f. Q-Tip “Sandcastle Disco (Remix)”
Because I never tire with showing Houston love, here’s another Space City product with some strong drums and a feel-good vibe. Solange showing she can hold her own.

Monareta “Me Voy Pal Mar”
I’m loving the dub/electronic flare and the nice edits in this tune from this Bogotá duo. Colombia holding it down.

Aretha Franklin “Jump To It (Prince Klassen Young Professional Re-Edit)”
Killer rework straight out the heart of Texas. Austin’s Prince Klassen def keeping the parties movin’.

Jermaine Jackson “Erucu”
Since we’re taking it back a bit, here’s a raw disco classic that should bring out the beast in you.

download: This ain’t no government cheese

HandinHand presents …

[[ GREEN STREETS ALBUM RELEASE PARTY ]]

FRIDAY | 17 OCT 2008

@ Lounge 87
87 Ludlow St
New York, NY 10002
212.995.1172
www.lounge87.com/

10p-12a HandinHand DJ Set featuring vocalists Dee Teague and Irene Merring
12-1a Yadira Brown performs songs from the album and her own solo material
1-4a Afterparty (dancing/drinking etc) with DJs Katy + Lil Tiger + Treats spinning many styles

/// MAIN EVENT: 10p-1a ///

UNEMPLOYABLE NYC will host an event where art and music collide. With the release of the new album “Green Streets” from HANDINHAND, the DJ/production/song-writing duo of Mike Genato & Katy Walker, break new ground. Veteran producer, Mike Genato, (Mathematics, Peter Hadar) and music composer for TV and film has been releasing music for over 10 years and Katy has been DJing for equally as long. The event allows them to showcase music from the album as well as the singers and artists featured on the project.

YADIRA BROWN who wrote and performed “Sweet Relief” on the album, is an Austin-based singer/songwriter whose music mixes electronic production with the singer’s warm, powerful voice and passionate lyrics to produce a unique, mature sound that stands completely on its own. In the past she appeared on the Living Legends (the Grouch) and Bus Drivers albums. Leaving underground hip-hop behind in order to pursue a more enlightened, feminine and personal sound, Yadira began writing new material and performing regularly in Austin and surrounding areas. This is her first NYC performance. DEE TEAGUE will also perform “Free like Me” from the album as well as HandinHand’s re-imagining of the Gil-Scott Heron song, “Superman” (in this case “Superwoman” which has been popular among DJs). Singer/song-writer, IRENE MERRING will perform the powerful album opener, “Time Will Tell”. A HANDINHAND DJ set will also feature live vocals from Irene Merring.

www.unemployablenyc.com/hnh/
www.myspace.com/handinhandmusic
www.myspace.com/yadira

/// AFTER-PARTY: 1-4a ///

Following the performances will be the AFTER-PARTY with dance, electro, funk, hip-hop and more until 4am –
featuring:

[[ KATY ]] :: BROOKLYN/NYC
( HandinHand, UnemployableNYC )
www.unemployablenyc.com/

[[ DJ LIL TIGER ]] :: QUEENS/NYC
( —=(] buhbOmp [)=—, Haterzville, Na Mundo Radio, Touch and Feel Radio, Soular Grooves, Parakitachi )
www.buhbomp.com

[[ DJ TREATS ]] :: BROOKLYN/NYC
( Complex magazine )
www.myspace.com/iamdjtreats

10p-4a | FREE FREE FREE | No dress code

more info:
+ ical/outlook
+ www.unemployablenyc.com/2008/09/30/album-release-party-oct-17-les-nyc/

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Next Stop compilation from Public Transit

In: Downloads, Music

Dope new shit out for free download from the PTR crew in Canada:

Canada’s Public Transit celebrates its 10th anniversary with Next Stop, a compilation available as a free download. The label’s roster is well-represented with founder Moonstarr, LAL, Voice, Think Twice, Arch_Typ, Murr and InsideAmind. Other artists include Karma & Lotus, Incubator, Grahmzilla and Aadm, but the label website does not indicate if these are signings.

77Klash like Whoa! (Mad Again)

In: Music, Video

77Klash, mentioned earlier on buhbOmp, drops the new video for the killer chune, Mad Again (Whoa!), featuring the real Johnny Osborne on the mucha mucha recognizable chorus.

Via Dutty Artz

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I’ve been buhbomping the hell out of King Most’s Obamix since Cashless hipped me to it a couple of weeks ago. Here are two more to add to the collection, one from Arizona’s DJ Z-Trip and the other from Miami’s Tom Leroc.

In Z-Trip’s own words:

Recently, Shepard Fairey and I threw some fundraisers for the Obama campaign. We called them “The Party for Change”. …

I’ve been wanting to put the mix I’ve been doing at these shows online, in hopes of spreading the word to people who need to hear it most.

Download Z-Trip’s Obama mix

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Download DJ Tom Laroc’s State of the Union Mix

More info and tracklisting …

Every 1st and 15th of the month (so grab your welfare checks and come on) the dudes at buhbOmp and selected guest selectors (redundant?) present the top 5 cuts they/we are feeling at the moment. We’re popping this cherry today (albeit a few hours late) with buhbOmp’s own Cashless, Empanadamn and the Captain of this ship, Lil Tiger. So without further adoodoo, we present the first installment of Welfare.

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Jef Cashless | I have noodling tendencies while djing

Peedi Crakk – More Towels
As you can tell from previous posts, been feeling Peedi for a minute and this one’s the hottest banger since “Take me home.” Obviously, I’m not the only one feeling it. I won’t include this cut in my download package since you can download this tune from Empanadamn’s list.

T-Pain feat Lil Wayne – I can’t Believe it (Dj Illo Bass Mix)
This song goes hard in the clurb plain jane, but up the bpm’s to 114 and add some 808 bottom and the vibe changes from G&S to ass and titties.

Big Chief feat Jim Jones – My Swagg
The steady stream of Dallas artists blowing up seemingly outta nowhere and taking over the southern rap scene continues with Big Chief. This time with none other than the kufi-slapping cappo of the Dipset Skull Gang, Jimmy Jones.

T.I. et al – Swagger Like Us (Cobra Krames remix)
Sick of playing the OG? Well here you go.

Busy Signal – Strappings
Not sure of the riddim, but this is a must have for me. %100 rinse worthy! Holla at it!

download: Get you some…

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empanadamn | For the club | Serato ready with cue-points

Bramma – It’s Whatever (Day Rave Riddim) download
Hollow-y / driving riddim x gruff / ghostly sounding vocals = Dancehalloween?

Colby O’ Donis – Natural High (Feat. T-Pain) download
Dude looks like he rolls with Lee Hotti n’ ‘em, but this is a pretty good pop tune with some bass appeal and T-Pain hitting switches.

DJ Felli Fell – Feel It (Feat. Sean Paul, T-Pain, Flo-Rida & Pitbull) download
Song should be huge. It’s got a full club feel with a full cast of your usual suspects for uptempo club bangerz.

Jadakiss – By My Side (Feat. Ne-Yo) download
As much as I hate the term “swagger”, Jada is one dude truly embodies it vocally. It’s nice he threw the ladies a bone joining forces with one of my favorite new R&B dudes. I predict big things for Jada.

Peedi Crakk – More Towels download
Great mid-tempo party track with a dash of funk that gives us a break from all the either slowed or fast synthy beats.

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dj lil tiger | 5 random-ass tunes that are doing it for me right now

Stiffed – What You Gon’ Do
lead tune off Sex Sells ep. Early stuff from Santogold.

Raphael Saadiq – Big Easy
off his new The Way I See It lp.

Café Tacuba – De Acuerdo
off their latest album, SiNo. This group just makes me feel happy as shit.

The Lo – Lumdi (La)
latest Camp Lo hottness

Q-Tip – Gettin’ Up
off his forthcoming The Renaissance solo lp. Saw him perform this live at Rock the Bells and it sounded superb.

zipped up for you downloading pleasure

Posting this one up a little late. I’ve been checking the output of 77Klash for a minute, but I’m undecided on this one. Two great tastes that taste great together? Or just a bunch of stuff that happened? Can you really argue with a dude who named himself after one of the greatest reggae songs/albums of all time?

You be the judge.

Do you juju?

In: Music

Nigerian Juju music.  Some call Sunny Ade the king english homework help (mostly himself, and $1 to the first of you Ableton Live nerds to order generic viagra remix this.) But for me, Ebenezer Obey gets the gold, especially on his 1973 school writing paper two sided relentless jamma jam, “The Horse, the Man, and His Son?

“, which wins my jaded heart just on the title alone.

Dancing skeleton drums clack away on top of elephant butt bass drums in infinite variation, pedal steel guitars answer Obey’s jovial voice, “Do your best and leave the rest.”  Will do.

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EPISODE 13. DJ LIL TIGER
and EMPANADAMN

DJ LIL TIGER starts things off with a love-themed Soul set with splashes of classic disco and contemporary R&B. EMPANADAMN holds it down in the second half with a mesh of synthy dance, pop, Hip-Hop and electro.

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