Sailing into the sunset one last time this season.

Come join us this labor day weekend. We’re helping jump off Blue Room Group’s introduction of The Funky Brunch at littlefield. Look out for that meshing of music + food happening on Sundays.

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. Expect food on the grill, drinks at the bar, and basking in the outdoor courtyard.

FREE! No cover.

Saturday July 25th, 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)

Soul Korea’s “Mellow Yellow” Mix


Extended BuhbOmp fam and my real life fake cuzzo, Dj RareForm, dropping heavy soul sounds at one of LA’s premiere spots, The Do Over. Czech our previous entries mentioning The Do Over.

Download here.

Runtime – 1hr 7mins 55secs

Soul Makossa – Manu Dibango
Nobody can be you – Steve Arrington’s Hall of Fame
I’m in Love – Evelyn “Champagne” King
I Don’t Need It – Faith Evans
Give Me the Night – George Benson
Running Away – Roy Ayers
Soul Makossa (re-edit) – Manu
Rock Creek Park – The BlackByrds
Go – Common (instrumental)
The Pleasure Principle – Janet Jackson
T Plays It Cool – Marvin Gaye
Too Fly (Down Jimmy) – Dwele
The Sun God feat. Vinija Mojica – Common
Those Dreamin’ Eyes of Mine feat. Redman – D’Angelo
Right Here (Human Nature remix) – SWV
You Know My Style – Nas (I miss this Nas)
Words I Manifest – GangStarr
Back to Life – Soul II Soul
I Love You (Remix) feat. Smif n Wessun – Mary J. Blige
You Can’t Turn Me Away – Sylvia Striplin
Distortion to Static – The Roots
Paper Thin (remix) – Mc Lyte
Relax feat J* Davey (Jack Davey is my future babymoms) – Marco Polo
E = MC^2 Ft. Common – J Dilla (R.I.P.)
Rock Steady – Aretha Franklin
Roxanne Roxanne – U.T.F.O.
Forth & Back – Slum Village
Fuck The Police (instrumental) – J Dilla
Got Till it’s Gone feat Q-Tip & Joni Mitchell* (*bullshit credit) – Janet Jackson (R.I.P. J Dilla)
Walk Right Now – The Jacksons
Shakara Oloje – Fela Kuti

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And that folks… is how we does!


Our big dog homie and personal life mentor, JD, puts 2 in the air for CrossFaded Bacon’s 1st and 15th mix series and Nolabounce.com with an old school Bounce mix.

Holleur at it, here.

01. Curtis Mayfield blend over Bunny Hop inst.
02. Da Entourage – Bunny Hop (they used to have Bunny Hop contests at Sharpstown mall, haha)
03. Ricky B – Ya’ll Holla
04. BMD feat. Papa Reu and Juvie – Nasty Girl
05. Big Tymers feat. Bun B – Playboy
06. Kane and Abel feat. Mystikal – Shake it Like a Dog
07. Juvenile – Soldia Rag
08. Mystikal – Big Truck Driver
09. DJ Jubilee – Get it Ready (live version)
10. Everlasting Hitman – Bounce Baby Bounce
11. DJ Jimi – Where Dey At?

Vive le Cabo’s on Richmond!

Cosmo Baker & 4th Pyramid are The Sheen Brothers

In: Mixes, NYC



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“Nothin’ but that jherri curl funk all day everyday”
The Sheen Brothers is the one of the hottest collaborations out there right now! What started out as a not so serious idea and more of joke between Cosmo Baker (The Rub, NYC) and 4th Pyramid (Toronto) has turned into one of the freshest dance parties around. The Sheen Bros are a duo of slicked-out sleazesters that play greasy funk and drippy disco making ALL the ladies lose control! A twist on disco and funk the two have dubbed this new sound Scumbag Funk– Cosmo rocks the tables while Pyramid bangs it out on the MPD. Check out the first release from The Sheen Bros: Scumbag Funk Vol. 1, get greasy y’all!

01 – I Got The – Labi Siffre
02 – I’m Your Pimp – Skull Snaps
03 – Let’s Take Off – Dam Funk
04 – I Love To Dance – Kleeer
05 – Hollywood Hot – Eleventh Hour
06 – Daddy Cool – Boney M.
07 – Michael McDonald – I Keep Forgettin’ (Pyramid Edit)
08 – Baby Come On – Sex O’ Clock U.S.A.
09 – Touch Me Again – Bernard Pretty Purdie
10 – En Melody – Serge Gainsbourg (Sheen Edit)
11 – Comin’ Home Baby – Mascara
12 – I Don’t Know if I Can Make It – Dawson Smith
13 – Boogie Joe The Grinder – Ultrafunk
14 – Sport – Lightnin’ Rod

Want more? Of course you do. Over the next few months, the Brothers will be trading 30 minute volumes of Scumbag Funk, mix for mix, in an onslaught of awesomeness. Pyramid will be handing off the baton to brother Cosmo for Volume 2 of the prestigious Scumbag Funk series. Be on the lookout!

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If you’re in the NYC area on August, 15th, you can catch Cosmo Baker live at the Buhbomp sponsored 2009 Sound Liberation Festival.

Soooo good!


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:

[audio:http://www.touchandfeel.org/downloads/touchfeel16.mp3|titles=16.0 Touch and Feel Radio – 13 July 2009 – DJ Lil Tiger Funky Summer (Funky House/UK Funky) mix]
(if the preview doesn’t work, you can listen to the mix here.)

¬ DOWNLOAD IT HERE (right-click and save as)

Full playlist and more info available at www.touchandfeel.org:

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!

Chicken George

The Soundwave electronic music festival in Vancouver Island, B.C, is celebrating it’s 10th anniversary this weekend, and to help commemorate the event, Austin’s Chicken George has put together the “Soundwave 10-Year Anniversary ‘Jazztronica’ Mix.” Chicken refers to his style as “Jazztronica,” which could very loosely be described as an amalgamation of funk, soul, hip-hop, jazz, reggae, electronic, and disco, although really, it should just be classified as Really Really Good Music. His sets aren’t confined to any one sound. He just puts together quality shit. If you listen, you’ll understand:

[audio:http://northwestjungle.com/music/mp3/2009_ChickenGeorge-Jazztronica.mp3|titles=DJ Chicken George – Soundwave 10 Year Anniversary “Jazztronica” Mix]
¬ DOWNLOAD IT HERE (option-click or right-click and save as)

Here’s the tracklist:

01. Roots Manuva – Again & Again & Again
02. The Pharcyde – Passin’ Me By (Nice up & Jstar Remix)
03. Nightmares on Wax – 195 LBS
04. Lukid – Veto
05. Super Mario Brothers – Mario’s Theme
06. Mini Groove Orchestra – Pom Pom (DJ Cam Remix)
07. Jurassic 5 vs. Frank Sinatra – I Get A Kick Out of Golden
08. People Under The Stairs – Step Bacc
09. Flow Dynamics – Tremendo Boogaloo
10. Jurassic 5 – Canto de Ossanha
11. Rae & Christian – Trailing in the Wake (Only Child Re-tread)
12. Hydroponic Sound System – Disco Illumination
13. Kraak & Smaak – Money in the Bag (Crazy P Remix)
14. Greenwood Rhythm Coalition – Greenwood Groove
15. Nightsource – Don’t You Wanna ?
16. Jamiroquai – Little L
17. Stetsasonic – Talkin’ All That Jazz (Dimitri from Paris Remix)
18. Outkast Oreja – Spottieottie Vazilando (J-Boogie Blanco Edit)
19. Outkast – Spottieottiedopaliscious

If you dig his sound, be sure to check out his Phunkwatchaheard! Radio mix that we featured back in May.

Chicken will be performing at the Soundwave festival that runs today through Monday (July 9-13), so if you’re in the area, stop by and enjoy the music.

You can also read more about him in this GigaCrate interview from a few years ago.

Dude also puts out music. Check out the two EPs (1, 2) he’s released on the Swedish Brandy label.

DJ Protege "How to Multi-Task"

Austin’s DJ Protege just dropped his latest mix called “How to Multi-Task.” He’s def multi-tasking with the genres and styles on this. Check it out:

[audio:http://buhbomp.com/audio/friends/HowToMulti-Task.mp3|titles=DJ Protege – How to Multi-Task]
¬ click here for the tracklist

Home for Carnival 5

I’ve been wanting to post this up since I got the preview of it last week, but the holiday (and the residual effects of the holiday) have kept me dumb busy. So my apologies for holding out on y’all.

LP and Double L, the duo that make up G13 Sound International have been murdering the soca mixes for years now with their Home For Carnival mix CD series. And after stocking up on killer soca tunes for the past year, they’ve finally unleashed Home For Carnival 5, their most polished and most impressive soca mix to date. I’m so geeked about this, you have no idea. Hear it for yourself:

[audio:http://buhbomp.com/audio/misc/g13-homeforcarnival5.mp3|titles=G13 Sound International – Home For Carnival 5]
¬ click here to see the tracklist

This is a really well-thought-out mix that starts with a nice mid-tempo energy and builds itself up as it goes along. If you want a good feel for the diversity of styles within soca music right now, listen to this mix from beginning to end. And if it doesn’t lively up your day, I think something might actually be wrong with you.

Here’s what LP has to say about it:

As some of you may know, Double L and me recently completed our 5th soca mix CD as G13 Sound International. As a representation from almost every island in the Caribbean, we took our favorite songs from the last year or so, and then set out to make an extremely fun mix … one that combines energy, creativity, and top selection in order to let soca artists, producers, and music from every island live and breathe. …

We’re really happy with the way this mix turned out and more than anything, in an uncertain world, we know this mix can provide a lot of joy and inspiration to those who love great soca music.


LP and Double L have such a deep knowledge and appreciation of soca, and they’re like missionaries spreading the energy and the culture of the music. Seriously, these dudes get it. LP has been hitting up damn near every soca-related celebration in the Western Hemisphere, so you know his love is pure and deep. If you don’t believe me, check his twitter feed. My man spreading the gospel of soca 20 tweets at a time!

For real, I got too much respect for these cats. The truth is in the music. Listen to the mix and you’ll know.

Also, If you dig the soca vibes (and really, how can you not?), make sure to check out the mix they did for Mad Decent Radio back in March.

Big up soca music all day and all night.

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.


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