Seiji Mixtape

In: Downloads, Mixes, Music

Seiji March Mixtape

Shouts (as always) to the good dude Tetsuo at nutriot for calling my attention to this.

Seiji, the usually prolific producer/ DJ and key member of the Bugz in the Attic super crew, has been laying low lately, but he’s managed to quietly sneak a 30-minute mix online, and I’m all about it. Peep it here.

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Nutriot also posted a couple of new free tracks from Seiji that you can download. Head there to listen and grab the tunes.

Seiji got a thing for beats that fucking KNOCK. This mix does not disappoint. Not for the sit-stillers or the wall-huggers.

He squeezed some Funky House tunes in here, too. So, you know, I most certainly dig that.

UPDATE: Looks like Seiji posted the tracklist on his site. Here it is, for your convenience:

1. Ravin A / Seiji
2. Party Hard / Donaeo
3. Embrace The Martian (Seiji VIP Dub) / Crookers feat. Kid Cudi
4. Embrace The Martian (Seiji Acid Mix) / Crookers feat. Kid Cudi
5. Calm Down / Skank
6. Dance With Me (Seiji Rmx) / Waxolutionists
7. Juke Dat Girl (Greenmoney Instrum) / DJ Gantman
8. Yo Voy (Seiji Rmx) / Novalima
9. D..D..D..D..JAY (feat. Petty) / Buraka Som Sistema
10. Need U Bad (Seiji Rmx) / Jazmine Sullivan
11. Burnin’ / Coki
12. Tigerstyle (Footsie Rmx) / Tuby & Footsie
13. Spliff Dub (Rustie Rmx) / Zomby
14. Honey (Seiji Rmx) / Erykah Badu
15. Open Your Heart / Bar-Kays


DJ Suma – LuvSIK Mix (Dubstep)

In: Downloads, Houston, Mixes, Music

DJ Suma - LuvSIK Mix

Lot of mixes surfacing lately. Here’s another good one from the homie DJ Suma in Houston. As a producer and DJ, Suma has been breaking new ground with various musical styles for many years as a veteran member of Soular Grooves and the Rebel Crew.

Always with a strong ear for reggae and dub sounds, Suma’s latest mix, LuvSIK, gets deep into the varied sounds of Charlie Brown’s Teacher Dubstep:


Here’s the playlist:

1. In For The Kill (Skream Rmx) – La Roux
2. Ghost Hardware – Burial
3. I Luv U (Dubstep Mix) – Eryka Badu & Ziggy Marley
5. Reminissin’ (Skream’s ‘Time Traveller’ Refix) – Geiom
6. CCTV – LV/Dandelion
7. Koli Stance – SubSwara
8. Japan – Plastician
9. Cay’s Crays (Digital Mystikz Remix) – Fat Freddys Drop
10. Digidesign – Joker
11. Beautiful Complication Feat. Aarya & Ruthless – Guido
12. Break Your Heart – Sharmaji ft Maggie Horn
13. Router – Pangea
14. You Say – Headhunter
15. Girl From Codeine City – L-Wiz
16. Some Way Through This (Plastician Remix) – The Black Ghosts
17. Don’t Know – Synkro
18. I Pray (vs1) – Ib
19. Moments In Love (Caspa Remix) – Art Of Noise
20. What You Won’t Do For Love (DZ Rmx) – Bobby Caldwell
21. Everystep (Zed Bias Mix) – Tawiah
22. Grapevine (Joe B. remix) – Marvin Gaye
23. Nothing – BMC/Karina Nistal
24. Beg Stole Borrowed – Psychonaught
25. Love Dont Come Easily – Skream
26. Let Me Be Your Fantarsey – Maybe D??
27. Archangel – Burial
28. Roberta Flack (Martyn’s Heart Beat Mix) – Flying Lotus
29. Majesty Dub (Dread Foxx Rmx) – Suma
30. Lady Dub – The Widdler

Jamaica been getting a lot of love in my life the past few days, so I was pleased to wake up today after a long (and much needed) nap and find this gem.

NY’s Peter Gunn has just posted a dope mix of Reggae 12″ records that he’s been collecting. In his words:

did a mix of reggae 12″s from 1976 onwards…. (as far as i know there are none from previous to 76!)… been really digging on the dub styles you hear on 12″s, as opposed to albums or 7″s, it’s a totally different approach… there is this window from like 76-79 where you get real roots style, but in a 12″ format… two nice tracks on the Guiding Star riddim here…


Here’s the playlist:

Long Time I Don’t Smoke No Herb- Blue Boy
Write Me Your Resume- Keith Hudson
Mr. Bossman- Linval Thompson
Disco Devil- Lee Perry and the Full Experiences (repress!)
Jah Jah Star- I-Roy
Zambia Connection- Prince Tony All Stars
Soul and Devotion- Barbara Jones and Trinity
How Can I Leave- Jackie Paris
Never Stay Away- Winston Groovey
Check For You Once Girl- Edi Fitzroy
Dreadlocks Affair- Jah Woosh
Piece of The Action- Copie Copewell

Fire this up and mellow your harsh.

More info on Peter Gunn here:

It’s been a busy Spring so far for the buhbOmp crew, so I didn’t get around to posting this a while back like I wanted to.

DJ Starsign, one of my favorite DJs and an incredibly talented artist and musician, has posted a new mix for Spring full of quality tunes from across the music spectrum.

DJ Starsign – Four Million Points of Light


Featuring songs by: Daniel Wang, Nick Holder, Mock & Toof, Todd Terje, LCD Soundsystem, Vikter Duplaix, The MFA, Renegade Soundwave, OMD, American Analog Set and more…

For more on Starsign, check out the mix he did for —=(] buhbOmp radio [)=— last year.

Also check his You Are All Beautiful mix from earlier this year.

You can also catch him on myspace:

As promised, we’re bringing a stronger effort from the team this time around, with Cashless and Empanadamn rejoining Lil Tiger to bring y’all some certified Welfare heat.

(Click the song names to take you to the off-site sharing pages where you can download the tunes. For detailed instructions on how to navigate the sharing sites where we host our files, we’ve got instructions at the end of this post)

cashless | WTF FML FTW

Rye Rye – Bang feat M.I.A
“I heard the song and I had to scream. They had [her] rhyming over a hyped drum machine”. The jury’s still out for me on this cut, but I’m throwing it up because Rye Rye’s (no Ri Ri) lined herself up to take the hipster rap queen crown. Bet that.

U-N-I & Ro BLVD – Stylin
“Oh, you mad cuz I’m styling on you.” Actually I’m not mad at “Stylin”. I am bugging on how obviously Kanye West influenced the track is though. Also, did they diss The Knux? I hope so! Someone had to diss those talentless fools sometime.

Dj Class – I’m the ish feat. Kanye
I’m definitely not feeling the remix as much as I am the O.G. The Kanyelectro treatment scrubs away the hard B-More coat of the O.G. that I enjoyed. Whatever, blah. There’s a Lil Wayne and Estelle remix coming soon too (via Estelle’s twitter account). Look for “I’m the ish” to take up where “Day n Nite” left off. Becky, holleur.

UGK – Swishas & Erb feat. Sleepy Brown
Long live PIMP C. UGK4LIFE! What else needs to be said?

Eddie Kendricks – Date with the Rain (extended)
One of the OG steppers, Kendricks had a distinct voice that you can recognize from the first few notes. “Date with the Rain” is no exception. Presented in it’s extended form. Peep how Spring this feels.


dj lil tiger | cold be damned

Q-Tip – We Fight, We Love (Remix) feat. Kanye West and Consequence
Something new here from the suddenly prolific Q-Tip, with the ubiquitous ‘Ye and the second-coming of Jarobi.

Deee-Lite feat. Q-Tip – Groove is in the Heart (Morsy Mix)
Sticking with the Q-Tip theme, Nanachill‘s DJ Morsy gives this dancefloor classic a subtle re-fresh.

Wayne Marshall – Blame De Weed
Because it had to be done. Wayne Marshall gives Jamie Foxx’s Blame It a hit of that good shit.

Teedra Moses – I Think Of You
I think folks are sleeping on Teedra Moses. This is the tune that closes out her Complex Simplicity album from a few years ago, and it’s a really touching and personal number. The actual song comes in at about the 1:40 mark, but Teedra’s opening words and the snippet of gospel at the beginning give the song its proper context. This song makes me want to hug my mom and never let go.

Sam Cooke – Mean Old World
Just a beautiful tune from the master, Sam Cooke, off of his Night Beat album.


empanadamn | Yeah Yeah Nos | Serato-ready

Wale “Chillin’” (Feat. Lady Caca)
After all the foot work in his Nike boots, Wale got signed to Interscope and is slated to release his album Attention Deficit this summer. A preview of the album, “Chillin’” features Lady Caca as she shits all over the track in her best M.I.A. impression. :*( Come on, dawg!!!

Jamie Foxx “Blame It” (Ted Smooth Blend Feat. T-Pain)
Here’s a different take on a club favorite. Switch it up and get it crunk on dem hoez.

Cam’ron “Cookies & Apple Juice” (Feat. Bird Lady)
Killa! First with the compelling “I Hate My Job” and now this one, Cam is back. And it looked like a Dipset reunion was in the works when Jim Jones reached out to Cam on the Funk Flex show on Hot 97 with hopes of getting the crew back together and taking over. Cam responded with a negatory, and chunked a deuce out the roof of his Camborghini while driving away.

The-Dream “Let Me See The Booty (Feat. Lil’ Jon)”
The litmus test for the shorty with the winning assets. Lil’ Jon puts some extra sexy on it.

Lil’ SNS “AIM So Crazy” (Feat. DJ Webstar)*
Son of Harlem’s mixtape DJ S&S, Lil’ SNS does his thang over a blitzkrieg of AIM sound bites courtesy of DJ Webstar. This one takes me back to the many lonely hours logged on AOL instant messenger before I discovered the sound setting preferences. Bound to give all the AIM heads / chatroom predators a seizure.

* We don’t actually have a downloadable version of this tune yet, but we still wanted to put it on your radar anyway.


Don’t forget to check out our Welfare archives.


We host all our Welfare downloads off-site, so what you need to do to download them is to click on the song name in the post, and then look for a download link on the page that that takes you to.

We mostly use divShare, so for divShare follow these steps to download the songs:

- Click on the name of the song. That will take you to a divShare page.

- On the divShare page, look for the black circle with an arrow pointing down. Below that arrow is a link that says “Download original”. Click that link and after a few seconds, the download should start automatically.

That should do it.

If the file is hosted on some other site besides divShare (like ZShare or MediaFire or something) then just look for a link on that site’s page that says download. When you click on the download link, it will probably do something similar to divShare and make you wait a handful of seconds before it starts the download (or offers a specific link to the download).

Hit us up in the comments if you need further instruction. We’re here to help. Thanks.

Frank (Voodoo Funk) - Nigerian Disco Mix

Frank, of Voodoo Funk fame (we’ve written about him before), has put together another incredible collection of African heat, this time on the Nigerian Disco tip:

¬ Frank (Voodoo Funk) – Nigerian Disco Mix (DOWNLOAD IT HERE)

He made this as part of a promo to secure a new gig in Brooklyn, which you can read about here. I def gotta make it to that.


Rec One & DJ Premier

Brush the dust off the Jansport, turn up the volume, and let the debatery begin.

Pittsburgh duo Rec One and DJ Nugget are letting their affection for Premo‘s signature boom-bap sound be known to the world with their latest mix:

Rec One & DJ Nugget – Salute DJ Premier – Best of DJ Premier Part 1

I can’t agree that all these tunes qualify for the label “Best of,” but, you know, opinions are like bad credit …

Regardless, it’s an interesting collection, and the mix is well put together:

1. Rec One in Deep Concentration
2. Krs-One – MC’s Act Like They Don’t Know
3. Jeru The Damaja – Come Clean
4. Blahzay Blahzay – Danger ***
4. Blahzay Blahzay – Danger (Premier Remix)
5. Rakim – New York (Ya Out There)
6. Nas – Memory Lane (Sittin’ in da Park)
7. D&D All Stars – 1,2 Pass It
8. Fat Joe – Dat Gangsta Shit
9. Group Home – Supa Star
10. D’Angelo – Devil’s Pie
11. Memphis Bleek – Hand It Down
12. AZ – The Come Up
13. The Crooklyn Dodgers – Return Of The Crooklyn Dodgers
14. All City – The Actual
15. The Lox – Recognize
16. Raekwon – Sneakers
17. M.O.P. – Stick To Ya Gunz
18. Guru ft. Mendoughza – Back 2 Back (Rec One & Nugget Back 2 Back Interlude)
19. The Notorious B.I.G. – Unbelievable
20. The Notorious B.I.G. – Kick In The Door (Rec One & Nugget Group Home Remix)
21. Gangstarr – Work
22. Gangstarr ft. Big Shug & Freddie Foxxx – The Militia
23. Freddie Foxxx – Lazy!!!
24. Freddie Foxxx – The Lah
25. Nas – Nas Is Like
26. Black Eyed Peas – BEP Empire
27. Das Efx – Real Hip-Hop
28. Royce Da 5’9 – Boom
29. Gangstarr – Battle
30. Kingz Kounty – 718
31. Pitch Black – It’s All Real
32. Snoop Dogg – The One and Only
33. Capone-N-Noreaga – Invincible
34. Ras Kass – Goldyn Chyld (Instrumental over Premier’s Peace Of Mine Interlude)
35. Janet Jackson – All For You (DJ Premier’s Top Heavy Remix)
36. Christina Aguilera – Still Dirrty
37. Sonya Blade – Look For The Name
38. Rah Digga – Lessons Of Today
39. Paula Perry – Extra Extra
40. Group Home – serial Rap Shit (R.I.P. Interlude)
41. Big L – The Big Picture (Intro)
42. Big L ft. Big Daddy Kane – Platinum Plus
43. Big L – On The Mic (Rec One & Nugget Classic Gangstarr Remix)
44. Gangstarr – Full Clip
45. Nas – N.Y. State of Mind
46. Sauce Money – Against The Grain
47. The Notorious B.I.G. – Ten Crack Commandments
48. The Notorious B.I.G. ft. Redman & Method Man – Rap Phenomenon
49. Das Efx – No Diggedy
50. Jay Z – A Million and One Questions
51. Royce Da 5’9 – Hip Hop
52. Arrested Development – Ease My Mind (DJ Premier Remix)
52. Kanye West, Nas, Krs-One & Rakim – Classic (DJ Premier Remix)
53. Gangstarr – You Know My Steez
54. Buckshot Lefonque – Music Evolution
55. DJ Premier Outro

*** It’s already been pointed out that this isn’t a Premier beat. But, Rec and Nugget put in work, so they get a pass.

Update: The mix was re-upped with the correct version of “Danger.” The download link and the playlist have been corrected.

Because, you know, even some masterpieces can be improved upon.

If you aren’t already aware of the hard work Roger Riley & Teddy Troutman have been putting into the game, GET FAMILIAR.

They are the future. No, they are beyond the future. They are at the bare, bleeding edge at the absolute end of the future. There is no more future after this.

N.E.R.D., Kanye and company wish they sounded this good.

Roger Riley & Teddy Troutman – Everyone Nose
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As the geniuses behind the Death of Autotune project would say:

boom boom BOOOOM boom

You’re welcome.

Also, your welcmoe.



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