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Adrian Younge – Presents The Delfonics
Thursday, April 4th, 2013 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Adrian Younge – Presents The Delfonics

Image: 1579258 The Delfonics is the quintessential sweet-soul group. Hailing from Philadelphia, the crew formed in the mid-’60s, with the definitive original lineup as lead vocalist and songwriter William Hart, his brother Wilbert Hart, and mutual high-school friend Randy Cain (later replaced by Major Harris). With the help of producer/arranger Thom Bell—and with William’s signature falsetto—the Delfonics set the tone for all other sweet-soul groups that would follow.

Between 1968 and 1974, the Delfonics had twenty charting singles and won a Grammy for their massive hit “Didn’t I (Blow Your Mind This Time).” Out of their twenty hits, William Hart wrote or cowrote eighteen of them, thirteen with collaborator Thom Bell, like “La-La Means I Love You,” “He Don’t Really Love You,” and “Ready or Not Here I Come (Can’t Hide From Love).”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M86U8LkvKxo

After five albums, the Delfonics would break up for good in 1975. Brothers William and Wilbert parted ways and over the years often toured separately with different forms of the group. But over forty years after writing his first hit, lead singer and songwriter William Hart has put his unmistakable falsetto back on analog tape and reinvented the Delfonics brand for a new generation.

Los Angeles producer/composer Adrian Younge envisioned a modern-day Delfonics album and pitched the idea to William Hart, who hopped a plane from Philly to L.A. and began work on a new album for Wax Poetics Records. Younge helped to reshape the Delfonics by bringing on board two excellent young vocalists, Loren Oden and Saudia Mills—as well as Om’Mas Keith on the single “Stop and Look (And You Have Found Love)”—to work alongside William.

Adrian Younge is a self-taught multi-instrumentalist who traded in his MPC sampler for a carefully curated studio of authentic gear, rocketing to international recognition after composing the original score for the 2009 cult comedy Black Dynamite. The release of his 2011 psychedelic-soul concept album, Something About April, generated a large following in the hip-hop community, leading him to produce the upcoming Ghostface Killah concept album, Twelve Reasons to Die.

Coming from a hip-hop background, but immersing himself in classic soul, Younge brings a unique perspective on modern rhythm and blues. “I was studying Delfonics stuff for years,” Younge reveals. “I studied Delfonics to do the Black Dynamite stuff. I’ve been a fan, and I’ve just studied their music for so long that when I got the opportunity to do this, it just really blew my mind.”

From the very beginning, it was Younge’s intention to create an old-school Delfonics vibe but offer a very hip-hop-informed perspective. There are distinguishing musical elements that Delfonics fans will recognize, like the electric sitar guitar, the French horn, string arrangements, and the tympani. “I want people to expect something classic but not expect to hear the same thing rehashed,” Younge says. “I want to push it forward. William and I strived to push this forward.

“William has a very open mind,” Younge continues, “and he’s progressive. He didn’t just want to do things that were like old Delfonics stuff, he wanted to take that old style and make it a little bit more modern.”

“I think we’re a good team,” Hart says. “He doesn’t read music and neither do I, the combination is definitely outside of the box as far as music as it is known is concerned. We’ve come up with some very, very odd—and very different—moods.”

William skillfully wrote his vocals around Younge’s drum-heavy productions, but being such a seasoned songwriter, it wasn’t difficult for him to take this more modern approach. For William, no matter the music, his poignant songwriting always remains a constant. “I write songs for everybody to enjoy,” he says. “Your Grandmother can listen to it, your children can listen to it, and this is the way you should think when you’re writing.” William concludes, “I’m an artist, just give me the canvas, and I’ll paint the painting.”

“The Delfonics represents that classic soul era from the ’60s and ’70s that our older generation has grown up listening to,” comments DJ Rhettmatic of the Beat Junkies. “Adrian Younge represents the generation that grew up on the classic ’90s golden era of hip-hop, yet has the knowledge and the aesthetics of the ’60s/’70s musical era, from a young Los Angeleano point of view.”

“We did everything that they would have done in the ’60s,” says Younge. “I don’t have any computers in my studio, it’s all analog tape, all old equipment.” Explaining the vibe of the album, he says, “It’s quite conceptual. It’s deep and cinematic from an Italian [soundtrack] perspective, also from an American perspective as far as old music is concerned. It sounds like an album that the RZA from Wu-Tang would sample.”

“The Delfonics album is definitely important,” says A-Plus from legendary Oakland hip-hop crew Souls of Mischief. “They have been heavily sampled by the hip-hop community. Many of us grew up listening to them from our parents.”

While the Delfonics stayed in America’s musical consciousness for generations, getting perpetual spins on oldies stations, the 1990s saw a definitive rediscovery for the Philly group and William Hart in particular. Not only did countless hip-hop producers borrow their riffs for beats, but, in 1996, the Fugees famously interpolated “Ready or Not Here I Come (Can’t Hide From Love)” for their hit single off the multiplatinum smash record The Score. That same year, William provided guest vocals to Ghostface Killah’s “After the Smoke Is Clear” off his debut album. Things are coming full circle for Hart, whose new Delfonics track “Enemies” was sampled for the upcoming Adrian Younge–produced Ghostface Killah album, Twelve Reasons to Die.

Younge even constructed a hip-hop-centric music video for the single “Stop and Look (And You Have Found Love),” which stars William and vocalist Saudia Mills, who is also featured on the cover of the album and the 7-inch vinyl single.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLPjQCW2Zls

“I wanted to create a world where William was relevant in these past generations, not just one,” says Younge of the video’s purpose. “So that’s why I chose the ’90s as the middle ground. So it’s like he’s still relevant now in the present, he was relevant back in the day, and he was relevant in the middle, which was the ’90s.”

The extra hip-hop hype is adding to the excitement surrounding the release of a new Delfonics record for the modern generation. “Who wouldn’t want to hear a new Delfonics album?” A-Plus asks rhetorically. “Produced by Adrian Younge? Get outta here!”

“It means everything to me in my career,” says William Hart of the album. “This is my top moment. Everything to me at this point in my life is showing me that I can do it over and over again, if given the chance. I respect Adrian for seeking me out and Wax Poetics for taking me on, because there are a lot of people that couldn’t see the science we used for this.”

“That guy is a genius,” Younge says of William. “I learned a lot from him. It was just one of the best feelings of my life as far as music is concerned. The first time I heard his voice on one of my songs, I was just totally mesmerized. Because I know his voice so well, so to hear him on something that I created was just crazy.”

“This album that I’ve done with the great Adrian Younge is the beginning of the rest of my life in music,” Hart says. “I just want to carry the legacy of the Delfonics.” Available from 15.03.2013

Elliot Lipp – Shark Wolf Rabbit Snake
Friday, November 4th, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Elliot Lipp – Shark Wolf Rabbit Snake

Image: 1607171 “Shark Wolf Rabbit Snake” is the 2012 album from veteran producer
and sound designer Eliot Lipp, originally released on Pretty Lights
Music. This seminal project in Lipp’s catalog effortlessly moves
between hip-hop, drum & bass, funk, techno and jazz. The 12” LP is
reissued for a limited time by Detroit label Young Heavy Souls.

• This album is a limited re-release of Eliot Lipp’s 2012 album
“Shark Wolf Rabbit Snake,” originally released on Pretty Lights
Music
• The project features popular Denver producer and fellow
Pretty Lights Music artist Michal Menert
• Currently Eliot Lipp is on a national Fall tour with All Good
Records artist Freddy Todd

1. Alive
2. Mountain
3. The Sunset
4. The Shark
5. Sneakin’ (Baby pt 1)
6. Fly Away (Baby pt 2)
7. The Wolf
8. Gettin’ Money (feat. Michal Menert)
9. The Time Is Right
10. The Rabbit
11. On N’ On
12. Tonight
13. The Snake
14. The Chase Available from 23.12.2016

Equatics – Doin’ It!!!!
Tuesday, June 27th, 2017 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Equatics – Doin’ It!!!!

Image: 1557993 Official reissue now on Stones Throw sublabel Now Again with liner notes, packaged in a deluxe mino LP package including thick, cardboard “tip on” sleeve with 8-page booklet! contains cover versions of Isaac Hayers and Bill Withers. Lost dark soul/funk masterpiece from Hampton, Virginia high school champions of Pepsi’s “New Sounds Of 1972” challenge.

The stories of great high school funk bands are, thanks to an abundance of reissues, commonplace. The tales of great high school soul-bands are still rare. A ballad or two on the random Douglass High School Stage Band album or Timeless Legend’s mesmerizing entry on Columbus’s 1972 1st Annual Inner City Talent Expo notwithstanding, high school bands rarely struck into the realm of “grown folks” music. Enter The Equatics and their brooding masterpiece Doin’ It!!!! If this is categorized as a “funk” album – and it was for the last ten years, by those few lucky enough to own an original copy – it holds its own. But it was as a soul band, one as inspired by the melancholic musings of Bill Withers as the psychedelic-pop of the self-proclaimed “Black Moses,” Issac Hayes – that the Equatics shone. These young souls offered world-weary, beat-heavy ballads that stand on par with any of the great independent organizations of the early 1970s. That a group of teenagers could offer such an angst-ridden plea as
that of Leo Davis’s “Merry Go Round” not only transcends the limitations that came from the band’s average age (seventeen, at the time of the album’s recording), but also the barriers the stood in front of this group of small-city hopefuls.

This official reissue was licensed by the Equatics’ bandleader, bass player Benjamin Crawford. Packaged as a “mini-LP” in a thick, “paste-on” cardboard sleeve that mimicks the original album jacket, Now-Again’s reissue of Doin’ It!!!! also comes with an eight page booklet with full liner notes, annotation, and never-before-seen photos of this most impressive organization.

KEY SELLING POINTS:
• Tough-to-beat originals and covers of the likes of Isaac Hayes and Bill Withers
• Official reissue
• Limited edition of 1000 units
• Marketed and promoted by Stones Throw
• Comes packaged in a deluxe “mini LP” package including thick, cardboard “tip-on” sleeve with an 8 page booklet

Available from 21.07.2017

The Halftone Soceity Rhythm Section – Don’t Look Any Further/Caribbean Queen
Friday, January 22nd, 2016 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on The Halftone Soceity Rhythm Section – Don’t Look Any Further/Caribbean Queen

Image: 1601828 CB Records and Mophono’s Halftone Society is proud to announce
the first single from their new offshoot. Dubbed (the) “Halftone
Society Rhythm Section”, it features some of the Bay Area’s most
talented live instrumentalists. The project is a refreshing vocalbased
departure from Mophono’s usual curiously obscure offerings,
as it reimagines two eighties dance floor DJ classics “Don’t Look Any
Further” by Dennis Edwards and “Caribbean Queen” by Billy Ocean.
The demand for this music became very apparent when Mophono’s
“Cut Form Creator Dub” of “Caribbean Queen” was recently featured
on the popular bay area compilation “off the beaten tracks”. On
this new single,“The Halftone Society Rhythm Section” aims to pair
the infectious sheen of eighties boogie with an inviting minimalism
reminiscent of seventies funk standards. Young Aundee’s vocals
channel a pop landscape full of rebellious souls, bankrupt lives and
crumbling nations.
The HSRS’s unpredictable approach to the A-Side, “Don’t Look Any
Further”, finds the listener in a gritty drum heavy distortion bath of
lush Rhodes and melodica choruses. On the B-side, with “Caribbean
Queen”, The HSRS adds a layer of vulnerable grit to the silky original
and expounds upon the island sound with Patrick Korte aka P Dub’s
phenomenal drum work, warm dubs and a massive break down that
calls for a rewind.

• Classic DJ cuts covered in a new and unique way
• Produced by Mophono
• Band’s First release on vinyl
• Drum Breaks
• Limited Edition collectible 7” Available from 29.01.2016

Sola Rosa – Magnetics
Friday, April 3rd, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Sola Rosa – Magnetics

Image: 1594506 Sola Rosa is back with their sixth album Magnetics.

A1. Inspired featuring Noah Slee
A2. Can We Get It Together featuring Noah Slee
A3. Get Your Move Gone featuring Sharlene Hector
A4. Right On Time featuring Tawiah
A5. Roots And Culture featuring Kevin Mark Trail

B1. Til The Sun feat. Jordan Rakei
B2. Young The Giant featuring Noah Slee, Melowdownz & Bailey Wiley
B3. Both Of Us featuring Kevin Mark Trail
B4. Too Long In The Sun featuring Oliver Daysoul
B5. Never Too Far featuring Georgia Anne Muldrow

VIDEO – SOLA ROSA „Both Of Us“ feat. Kevin Mark Trail: http://youtu.be/0LQie_ZYWhw

Sola Rosa’s Magnetics was chosen for “iTunes Best of 2014” R&B album and entered the album
charts on #10 !
Sola Rosa’s sixth album Magnetics sees the band introduce a glorious assortment of fresh new
vocalists from all over the globe. Noah Slee (NZ) released his ‘Mix Tape’ EP in 2013 to critical
acclaim and has toured with many artists including renowned neo-soul artist Jill Scott, young upandcoming
singer/songwriter and Soundcloud phenomenon Jordan Rakei (AUS), BRIT School
graduate Tawiah (UK) was first introduced to Spraggon via the attention of Gilles Peterson, who
championed her song ‘Watch Out’ in 2007 and also named her the winner of his Worldwide
Award for Best Newcomer the following year, Kevin Mark Trail (UK) features on three tracks after
being recommended in the aftermath of an exceptional performance in the UK, Stones Throw
Records’ singer and beatmaker Georgia Anne Muldrow (US) has been on Spraggon’s wish list
ever since he heard collaborations with the likes of Eric Lau, Madlib and Sa-R, PPP and Erykah
Badu, and long time best friend of both Trail and Mathieson Sharlene Hector (UK) has worked
with too many artists to mention and currently sings with Basement Jaxx.
“Sola Rosa’s Magnetics is solid – a great album to have on repeat at the backyard this summer.” –
Rachel Bache, NZ Herald
Sola Rosa continue to experiment and evolve, which is a true testament to their success over the
years. From his humble beginnings experimenting with a 4-track recorder at the ripe age of 19,
Sola Rosa frontman Andrew Spraggon has cultivated over 15 years of rich and well-crafted
melodic beats. Fusing a rotating mix of hip-hop, jazz, reggae, latin, neo-soul and funk topped with
an assortment of diverse vocalists, Sola Rosa have released five critically acclaimed long
players to date.
The latest construct of this collective sees this five-piece strip away their collaborations with an
array of session musicians, choosing instead to record together as a complete band, which has
allowed them to enjoy a more simple and methodical creative process.
The album was mixed in Queenstown by Josh Thorne aka DJ Alias. Analog mastering was once
again undertaken by Ricardo Gutierrez in NYC . Some of his credits include Madonna, Just Blaze,
Drake, The Rolling Stones and John Legend.
Currently Sola Rosa is made up of five key individuals. Matt Short joined Sola Rosa in 2004 as an
incredibly accomplished session player, who has previously played with the Opensouls, Tyra &
The Tornadoes and Vietnam War. Ben White an accomplished jazz guitarist followed suit in 2007.
Vocalist, producer and MAINZ teacher Cherie Mathieson joined the band in late 2011 as their
touring female vocalist. Mathieson has collaborated with celebrated producers and artists like
Mark de Clive Lowe, Dego (4hero), Lanu (The Bamboos), Zed Bias and closer to home with The
Relaxomatic Project, Solaa, Manuel Bundy, Jason Eli ( Joosika) and Lewis McCallum.
The latest addition is British artist and The Streets co-vocalist Kevin Mar Trail. Trail has
collaborated with local jazz wizard Nathan Haines, international heavyweights Nitin Sawhney,
Estelle and Black Twang and landed support slots for N.E.R.D, Massive Attack and Angie Stone.
Keyboard player, percussion, computer whiz, and all-round beat maestro Andrew Spraggon
began performing and touring for the first time in his early 20s, as the lead vocalist and guitarist of
indie rock band Cicada. Six years later, in 1998, Spraggon made the leap from 4-track to software
and never looked back. He initially performed solo, but quickly recruited a revolving door of Sola
Rosa collaborative incarnations and a band of talented session players that included players from
Fat Freddy’s Drop, Opensouls and Ladi6. Spraggon was also a member of Dimmer from 2000
– 2004. Most recently he has produced local acts including Batucada Sound Machine and Tahuna
Breaks.
Over the years Sola Rosa have enjoyed many achievements in New Zealand, including a #1 on
iTunes and the Independent NZ Music Chart with their 2009 smash record ‘Get It Together’. It
reached #15 in the album charts and went on to achieve Gold status. The awards in Sola Rosa’s
cabinet include Best Independent Release in the 2000 bNet Music Awards for the ‘Entrance To
Skyway’ (EP) and Best Electronica Album in 2001 for ‘Solarized’. They also received nominations
at the Vodafone NZ Music Awards for Best Dance/Electronica Album in 2006 for ‘Moves On’,
Best Producer and Best Dance/Electronic Album in 2009 for ‘Get It Together’ and Best Electronic
Album in 2012 for ‘Low and Behold, High and Beyond’.

www.solarosa.com
www.facebook.com/solarosa
www.agogo-records.com
Available from 15.05.2015

Sola Rosa – Magnetics (180g)
Friday, April 3rd, 2015 | Posted in Products | Comments Off on Sola Rosa – Magnetics (180g)

Image: 1594507 Sola Rosa is back with their sixth album Magnetics.

A1. Inspired featuring Noah Slee
A2. Can We Get It Together featuring Noah Slee
A3. Get Your Move Gone featuring Sharlene Hector
A4. Right On Time featuring Tawiah
A5. Roots And Culture featuring Kevin Mark Trail

B1. Til The Sun feat. Jordan Rakei
B2. Young The Giant featuring Noah Slee, Melowdownz & Bailey Wiley
B3. Both Of Us featuring Kevin Mark Trail
B4. Too Long In The Sun featuring Oliver Daysoul
B5. Never Too Far featuring Georgia Anne Muldrow

VIDEO – SOLA ROSA „Both Of Us“ feat. Kevin Mark Trail: http://youtu.be/0LQie_ZYWhw

Sola Rosa’s Magnetics was chosen for “iTunes Best of 2014” R&B album and entered the album
charts on #10 !
Sola Rosa’s sixth album Magnetics sees the band introduce a glorious assortment of fresh new
vocalists from all over the globe. Noah Slee (NZ) released his ‘Mix Tape’ EP in 2013 to critical
acclaim and has toured with many artists including renowned neo-soul artist Jill Scott, young upandcoming
singer/songwriter and Soundcloud phenomenon Jordan Rakei (AUS), BRIT School
graduate Tawiah (UK) was first introduced to Spraggon via the attention of Gilles Peterson, who
championed her song ‘Watch Out’ in 2007 and also named her the winner of his Worldwide
Award for Best Newcomer the following year, Kevin Mark Trail (UK) features on three tracks after
being recommended in the aftermath of an exceptional performance in the UK, Stones Throw
Records’ singer and beatmaker Georgia Anne Muldrow (US) has been on Spraggon’s wish list
ever since he heard collaborations with the likes of Eric Lau, Madlib and Sa-R, PPP and Erykah
Badu, and long time best friend of both Trail and Mathieson Sharlene Hector (UK) has worked
with too many artists to mention and currently sings with Basement Jaxx.
“Sola Rosa’s Magnetics is solid – a great album to have on repeat at the backyard this summer.” –
Rachel Bache, NZ Herald
Sola Rosa continue to experiment and evolve, which is a true testament to their success over the
years. From his humble beginnings experimenting with a 4-track recorder at the ripe age of 19,
Sola Rosa frontman Andrew Spraggon has cultivated over 15 years of rich and well-crafted
melodic beats. Fusing a rotating mix of hip-hop, jazz, reggae, latin, neo-soul and funk topped with
an assortment of diverse vocalists, Sola Rosa have released five critically acclaimed long
players to date.
The latest construct of this collective sees this five-piece strip away their collaborations with an
array of session musicians, choosing instead to record together as a complete band, which has
allowed them to enjoy a more simple and methodical creative process.
The album was mixed in Queenstown by Josh Thorne aka DJ Alias. Analog mastering was once
again undertaken by Ricardo Gutierrez in NYC . Some of his credits include Madonna, Just Blaze,
Drake, The Rolling Stones and John Legend.
Currently Sola Rosa is made up of five key individuals. Matt Short joined Sola Rosa in 2004 as an
incredibly accomplished session player, who has previously played with the Opensouls, Tyra &
The Tornadoes and Vietnam War. Ben White an accomplished jazz guitarist followed suit in 2007.
Vocalist, producer and MAINZ teacher Cherie Mathieson joined the band in late 2011 as their
touring female vocalist. Mathieson has collaborated with celebrated producers and artists like
Mark de Clive Lowe, Dego (4hero), Lanu (The Bamboos), Zed Bias and closer to home with The
Relaxomatic Project, Solaa, Manuel Bundy, Jason Eli ( Joosika) and Lewis McCallum.
The latest addition is British artist and The Streets co-vocalist Kevin Mar Trail. Trail has
collaborated with local jazz wizard Nathan Haines, international heavyweights Nitin Sawhney,
Estelle and Black Twang and landed support slots for N.E.R.D, Massive Attack and Angie Stone.
Keyboard player, percussion, computer whiz, and all-round beat maestro Andrew Spraggon
began performing and touring for the first time in his early 20s, as the lead vocalist and guitarist of
indie rock band Cicada. Six years later, in 1998, Spraggon made the leap from 4-track to software
and never looked back. He initially performed solo, but quickly recruited a revolving door of Sola
Rosa collaborative incarnations and a band of talented session players that included players from
Fat Freddy’s Drop, Opensouls and Ladi6. Spraggon was also a member of Dimmer from 2000
– 2004. Most recently he has produced local acts including Batucada Sound Machine and Tahuna
Breaks.
Over the years Sola Rosa have enjoyed many achievements in New Zealand, including a #1 on
iTunes and the Independent NZ Music Chart with their 2009 smash record ‘Get It Together’. It
reached #15 in the album charts and went on to achieve Gold status. The awards in Sola Rosa’s
cabinet include Best Independent Release in the 2000 bNet Music Awards for the ‘Entrance To
Skyway’ (EP) and Best Electronica Album in 2001 for ‘Solarized’. They also received nominations
at the Vodafone NZ Music Awards for Best Dance/Electronica Album in 2006 for ‘Moves On’,
Best Producer and Best Dance/Electronic Album in 2009 for ‘Get It Together’ and Best Electronic
Album in 2012 for ‘Low and Behold, High and Beyond’.

www.solarosa.com
www.facebook.com/solarosa
www.agogo-records.com
Available from 15.05.2015

Official reissue of the Equatics’ dark soul/funk masterpiece “Doin’ It!!!!” …
Thursday, February 4th, 2010 | Tags: , ,
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Official reissue now on Stones Throw sublabel Now Again with liner notes, packaged in a deluxe mino LP package including thick, cardboard “tip on” sleeve with 8-page booklet! Contains cover versions of Isaac Hayers and Bill Withers. Lost dark soul/funk masterpiece from Hampton, Virginia high school champions of Pepsi’s “New Sounds Of 1972” challenge. The […]

Lefties Soul Connection
Monday, May 7th, 2007 | Tags: ,
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Amsterdam may not be known for gritty funk and soul, but the diversity, drive and spirit of this great city is in many ways reflected in the music of Lefties Soul Connection. Even though the Lefties’ sound is rooted in the classic funk of bands like the Meters, they are by no way trapped in the past. Lefties Soul Connection are a band of today creating songs for the year 2007 and beyond.

Their second album is titled “Skimming The Skum“. In many ways, that’s what they have done since day one. The Lefties’ DIY approach is taking the funk back to basics. Organ, guitar, bass and drums – recorded on 8 tracks at an old factory hall in the outskirts of Amsterdam. One-takes only with no additives or overdubs added …

More MPM Sound
Monday, November 13th, 2006 | Tags:
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Cologne’s DJ Olski presents the second compilation on his label Melting Pot Music. Over the past four years Melting Pot Music has established itself as a top player amongst like-minded labels like Tru Thoughts, Stones Throw, Daptone, Breakin Bread and Raw Fusion.

The new compilation, “More MPM Sound“, includes a brand new edit of the Lefties Soul Connection cover of DJ Shadow’s “Organ Donor” by Hawkeye, Breakout’s “Planet Rock”, as well as new tracks and mixes by DJ Day, Hawkeye, The Phobos Peepl, Devil McDoom, and many more …

High Contrast
Wednesday, September 29th, 2004 | Tags: ,
Posted in Charts, Magazine | Comments Off on High Contrast

The name High Contrast needs no introduction anymore; though when a young Lincoln Barrrett signed on the dotted line back in 2000 he was a complete unknown. Signed on the strength of his mini-disc demos, the Welsh wonder has smashed his way through the drum & bass scene in no time at all. His debut […]

DJ Sat-One
Monday, September 29th, 2003 | Tags:
Posted in Charts, Magazine | Comments Off on DJ Sat-One

For over a decade DJ Sat-One has been a strong force in Philadelphia’s hip-hop scene, whether its his legendary status as a graffiti writer, quick cuts on the 1200s, or his ill sounds out the beat machine, Sat-One is the full package. His credits range from the underground 12inch classic with Da Outsidaz’s Pacewon and […]

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