Took me a little longer to get this out than I had hoped, but it is finally here: the latest edition of my touch&feel:radio podcast. It’s another hourlong Funky House (aka UK Funky) slammer showing off the many splendors of this emerging sound. Check it out and let me know what you think:

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touch&feel:radio is a podcast founded by MR. VISH and DJ LIL TIGER that features a dirty-style blend of various types of soulful urban music from around the world. Genres include: Funky House/UK Funky, UK Garage, 2-Step, Broken Beat, Dancehall, Reggae, Soul, Grime, Jungle/Drum and Bass, Hip-Hop, House, Soca and whatever else suits our souls.

We began this little project in L.A. back in August of 2005, but life put the brakes on things a year later when Lil Tiger moved to NY to start a new life, and Mr. Vish moved back to Houston to attend to his family.

After a long break, though, it’s time to bring this baby back and get the music flowing once more. Thanks for sticking with us. Much more to come.

Join the touch&feel:radio facebook page to keep track of updates on the show.

This monumental event reunited one of hip-hop’s illest collaborative mixtape efforts of the 1990s – DJ Tony Touch presents The 5 Deadly Venoms Of Brooklyn (1997) featuring DJs PF Cuttin (as The Lizard), Mister Cee (The Toad), Premier (The Scorpion), Evil Dee (The Centipede) & Tony Touch (The Snake). The title is based on a Shaw Brothers classic The 5 Deadly Venoms which refers to 5 characters who exemplify kung fu fighting styles of said creatures. The theme has been utilized in various hip-hop contexts from Wu-Tang albums to Sprite commercials.

The night’s celebration of Tony Toca‘s birthday also paid homage to the late Michael Jackson, classic hip-hop joints and good music, period. Special thanks to Squincy Jones, who was in attendance with me. Check Toca Tuesdays at Sutra on 1st & 1st in the East Village. One of NYC’s only parties poppin’ on a Tuesday night.

Photos of the night with awesome captions courtesy of me.

DJ Tony Touch presents The 5 Deadly Venoms Of Brooklyn

PS. Sorry for the lacking title; I didn’t ask him his age. Plus a lady never tells. (Just kiddin’, Tony!) Peace to the piece maker!

4th of July Rooftop BBQ Party

For all my NY peoples that are in town for the holiday weekend, I’ll be spinning at a rooftop party in Brooklyn Heights on the 4th of July (Saturday). Come through and enjoy the food and music, and then head over to The Rub afterward to check out JD and Mel at The Rub’s 7th Anniversary party. It’s gonna be a big night all around. Here’s the info on the rooftop party:

Music Nerd Club presents …



Mackenzie’s Rooftop in Brooklyn Heights
32 Joralemon Street #115D
Brooklyn, NY 11201
206.819.8383 / 718.404.4588

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If you’re looking to avoid crowds, get away from cheesy parties, and are not that much into watching fireworks, come spend Independence day with BBQ, mojitos and good tunes on Mackenzie’s sweet Brooklyn Heights rooftop. Q and Lil Tiger will bring the vibes with a blend of House, Hip-Hop, Soul, Afrobeat and Reggae. The rooftop is located one block from the waterfront and has a full, unobstructed view of the city. It’s a remarkable view!

It’s BYOB, or you can bring cash for the bar.

Hope to see y’all there and feel free to invite friends.

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( –=(] buhbOmp [)=–, Touch and Feel Radio, Sound Liberation Front, Music Nerd Club, Soular Grooves, Haterzville )

( Music Nerd Club, Sound Liberation Front )

7p-2a | FREE | BYOB + Cash Bar

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View from Mackenzie's roof

Mixtape Exchange is a platform for music lovers to talk, share and trade music of all kinds. Patrons are encouraged to bring a CD or two of their favorite jams, mixes, or self-made tunes to exchange with others.

Music by empanadamn & Choimatic.

FREE! No cover.

Sunday June 28th, 3-9PM at littlefield
622 Degraw St. b/w 3rd & 4th Ave.
in The Gowanus, Brooklyn
M/R to Union (closest route)
or F/G to Carroll (12 minute walk)

We’re back at it again. Come join us this Saturday afternoon as DJs empanadamn, Sailsmore and Soul Korea set sail for the wide, blue yonder. We’ll be grillin’ and chillin’ with an array of classic smooth jams, and there might possibly be frozen margaritas. Yeah, I said it.

Smooth Move is the perfect post-brunch / pre-party springboard to celebrate summer, with DJs mixing a throwback soundtrack that encompasses yacht rock, soft rock, AM gold, quiet storm cuts and everything in between.

FREE! No cover.

Saturday June 27th, 3-9PM at littlefield
622 Degraw St. b/w 3rd & 4th Ave.
in The Gowanus, Brooklyn
M/R to Union (closest route)
or F/G to Carroll (12 minute walk)

Fourth of July weekend in Brooklyn is gonna be MAJOR this year, with buhbOmp‘s own JD teaming up with DJ Mel to bring some of that old Nasty’s magic to The Rub‘s 7th Anniversary party:

Saturday, July 4
The Rub 7 Year Anniversary
DJ Ayres, Cosmo Baker and DJ Eleven
Special Guests JD and DJ Mel (Texas)
Door by Rahnon
@ Southpaw
125 5th Avenue, Park Slope, Brooklyn

21+ w/ ID

Moe Choi in the middle. Where he at? In the middle.

Moe Choi in the middle. Where he at? In the middle.

For the rainy day (or any day).

Choimatic “20 Minutes Of Mahogany”

This is a mix by the homie Moe Choi aka Choimatic. A blend of good, soulful music from a dude who loves Morrissey as much as he loves M.O.P. I mean look at dude: he’s got gold fronts and has lines shaved in his head and he hangs out with Large Professor, Rob Swift and DJ Lomang (Ghostface’s DJ in China) while wearing a Depeche Mode lambswool knit sweater. Mind blasting.

You should listen on the strength of that alone.

Catch him spinning with me (Empanadamn) next Sunday, June 28, at Littlefield for the mixtape exchange party that I have yet to create a clever name for.


BRMG bring its first weekly to NYC … Sunday School takes you back to the ’90s with some of the best party rockers in the game! The first Sunday School will feature DJ Protege (BRMG, TX) and The Double J (Trilogy Records, NYC):

Sunday School
@ The Delancey
168 Delancey St (between Clinton and Attorney Streets)
Lower East Side, NYC

** 2 for 1 drinks from 8p-10p **

Nickodemus Homespun Sessions Mix

In: Mixes, Music, NYC

Nickodemus, founder of the 10-years-running party institution known as Turntables On the Hudson, has put together a mix for TONY‘s Homespun Sessions to promote their party this Friday in Queens with the legendary Osunlade. The mix has got a little of everything, from Omar and Q-Tip to Candela and Hector Lavoe, with the signature TOTH world-wise influence that fans have come to know and love. Check it out:

Nick is extended fam of Soular Grooves (which is, of course, extended fam of the buhbOmp crew), and he’s got a new album out called Sun People. Check it out and support if you’ve got the means.

If you’re in NY, check out the TOTH party this Friday at Water Taxi Beach in Long Island City, Queens:

Turntables on the Hudson with DJ’s Nickodemus & Mariano + Nappy G & Christian Rogers on percussion. Special guest OSUNLADE (Yoruba Records) in his first outdoor NYC appearance!!

Address: #2 Borden Ave in LIC QUEENS. $10 / 8PM – 2AM. There are FREE Water Taxis every 20 minutes from East 35th Street to the party!!

Big L 5/30 Tribute mixed by DJ Soul

In: Downloads, Mixes, Music, NYC

Another well compiled mix by NYC’s DJ Soul.

It’s been ten years since the rap game lost Big L. On Saturday, May 30th (which would have been his 35th birthday), I dropped an online mix to remind people why he was one of the illest. Shouts to Lord Finesse, DJ Premier, Rich King & the brother of Big L for their assistance and allowing the project to happen. – DJ Soul

Click here to download Big L 5/30 Tribute mixed by DJ Soul

1. Intro (Part 1) feat. Lord Finesse
2. Intro (Part 2) feat. Funkmaster Flex & Nas
3. Principle Of The New School (Freestyle)
4. Yes You May Remix feat. Lord Finesse
5. DJ Premier Interlude
6. MVP (Live From Amsterdam)
7. Ebonics
8. Internationally Known feat. OC
9. Hit It (unreleased)
10. I Shoulda Worn A Rubba aka The Clinic (unreleased)
11. American Dream feat. McGruff, Mase, Cam’ron & Bloodshed
12. Sandman 118th (Freestyle)
13. Games Females Play (unreleased)
14. School Dayz (unreleased)
15. The Devil’s Son (Live From Amsterdam)
16 .Times Is Hard On The Blvd (unreleased)
17. Day One feat. Diamond
18. Interlude feat. Fat Joe
19. The Enemy feat. Fat Joe
20. Street Struck
21. Interlude feat. Bobbito
22. 95 Freestyle feat. Jay-Z
23. Uptown Connection aka Danger Zone feat. Mase & McGruff
24. Lord Finesse Interlude
25. How Will I Make It (unreleased)



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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