• NEWS: RAW LIKE SUSHI (DJ MONCHAN)

    We will broadcast live DJ Monchan Set from Sapphire Lounge.

    Broadcast live Midnight ~ 2am

  • SESSION 457: GUEST SESSION 05.17.10

    Mixed by Steve Shelley (Sonic Youth)

    01. The Mordern Lovers – Pablo Picasso
    02. Roxy Music – If There Is something
    03. Can – Vitamin C
    04. Konono N 1 – Lufuala Ndonga
    05. The Pop Group – Thief Of Fire
    06. The Rolling Stones – Torn and Frayed
    07. Dr. John – Mama Roux
    08. Big Boys – Sound on Sound
    09. Toots and The Maytals – 54 46 That’s My Number
    10. The Wild Magnolias – Soul, Soul, Soul
    11. Unknown Artist – Oh Mother, The Handsome man Tortures Me
    12. Chuck Berry – Come On
    13. Timmy Thomas – Why Can’t We Live Together
    14. Sly and The Family Stone – If You Want Me To Stay
    15. Prince – Call My Name
    16. Perry Mayfield – Hit The Road, Jack
    17. Neu – Isi
    18. Elvis – Blue Moon
    19. Marty Robbins – Cool Waters
    20. Iggy Pop – Turn Blue
    21. Lee Dorsey – Yes We Can Part1
    22. Colin Blunstone – Andorra
    23. The Meters – Handclapping Song
    24. Latin Playboys – Forever Night Shade Mary
    25. Harmonia & Eno ’76 – Welcome
    26. Graham Parker & The Rumour – You Can’t Be Too Strong
    27. Dr. John – I Walk On Guilded Splinters
    28. Too Close – Staple Singers
    29. Robert Plant/Alison Krauss – Polly Come Home
    30. Sly and The Family Stone – Que Sera, Sera
    31. Allen Toussaint – Get Out Of My Life Woman

    His 1st mix on Dailysession is Here

  • StrobeLodge@RSVP

  • SESSION 456: MOMUSICMOLIFE 05.11.10

    Mixed by Yaz Higashiya @ 310 Lounge

    01. Pismo – Lucid ft. Tekitha (Wu-Tang)
    02. Skyscraper – Hi Noon Dub (pt2)
    03. Man Sueto – Babe, This Love I Have
    04. Common – Come Close ft. Mary J.Blige
    05. DJ Cam – Love Junkee Starring Cameo
    06. Tina – Spend The Time
    07. Lauryn Hill – To Zion ft. Carlos Santana
    08. Blockhead – Insomniac Olympics
    09. DJ Krush – Roll & Tumble
    10. Hird – Keep You Hird
    11. Diji Brown – Abuelita’s Dance
    12. Mondo Grosso – Indian Song
    13. Black & Brown – Never Be There

  • SESSION 455: FUNKY SLICE 05.14.10

    Mixed by Dr.Shazzbots

    01. Poster Children – Accident Waiting To Happen
    02. Milk – Knife Song
    03. Placebo – Pure Morning
    04. 764 Hero – Terrified of Flight
    05. Throwing Muses – Honeychain
    06. Archers of Loaf – Underachievers March and Fight Song
    07. Neutrial Milk Hotel – Two Headed Boy
    08. Neutrial Milk Hotel – The Fool
    09. Neutrial Milk Hotel – Holland, 1945
    10. Black Sabbath – Supernut

  • NEWS: TWO SOUNDS CLASH PART3

    TWO SOUNDS CLASH 3 : Friday May 28th 2010! Marcus Visionary “Carib” LP release…

    JUST ADDED!!! We are very proud to present::: PINCH (Bristol UK) from the Tectonic, Ear Wax, Soul Jazz, Planet Mu, Tempa & Punch Drunk camps with his signature, deep and heavy sound. (EL B and J-Da Flex cancellation)

    When they write the history of dubstep, it’ll be hard not to mention Rob Ellis, AKA Pinch, in the first few lines. As the label boss behind Tectonic, he’s signed some of the genre’s biggest tunes, and nurtured some of the genre’s biggest talents. As the founder of the Subloaded party, he was among the first to push 100% dubstep-oriented events in his homebase of Bristol.

    But it’s as a DJ and producer that Ellis has truly made his mark. Hugely versatile, yet consistent enough to have an identifiable sound, Ellis has spent the past decade honing his craft and pushing the genre forward in equal measure. That careful balance looks set to continue: In the past year, he’s jettisoned Fruity Loops for Logic, and will release the first non-dubstep release on Tectonic, Pursuit Grooves’ Foxtrot Mannerisms. Inspiration, it seems, is coming from all sides. And most of it, as you might expect, is on dubplate. At the moment, Pinch’s bag is full of heavyweight, bass wrenching dubs. This will be a set not too miss!!!

    Friday May 28th 2010 will be a legendary night in nyc history as Liondub International and Konkrete Jungle Outernational present the 3rd installment of their already infamous TWO SOUNDS CLASH PARTIES…This event, which as always features two floors of serious bass heavy sound, brings in some heavyweight talent from across the world to celebrate the release of Marcus Visionary’s first full length “CARIB” LP on the liondub international imprint, which officialy drops at all major digital retailers on MAY 2nd, 2010…Singles off the CARIB LP have garnered support from heavyweight DJ’s like Rusko, Annie Nightingale, MJ Cole, Benny Page, Shy Fx and Mistajam just to name a few. The album is focused on Marcus’ genre defying 140 bpm sounds that he has developed over the past 3 years, but you can also expect a full audio assault of dubstep and jungle from him as well.

    To top the main room off, Iron Myke of Enkryption Project will drop serious bassweight as Human? hosts and drops his signature “Fuck Your Genre” sound on the crowd. This room will be absolute heat!

    At the same time, the Reggae and Dancehall VIP room will feature a Live set from Jahdan and Liondub who are both celebrating the release of The General video as well as Jahdan’s participation in Marcus’ full length release with hits like The General Remix, Brooklyn Anthem Remix and Mama So Divine Remix. To top things up even further, Brooklyns own secret weapon Livity Movements will drop Reggae heat alongside, Silvacat Sound with Jugganaut and King Capone. Lastly our resident video man, and dubwise specialist, Amadeus, will bring the roots reggae and dubwise flavor to open the VIP room up..

    This night will go down as one of the most monumental events in NYC. Dont miss history in the making as Two Sounds Clash returns to Brooklyn, Friday May 28th, 2010. Jungle & Dubstep face off with Reggae and Dancehall!

    Sponsored by Liondub International | Konkrete Jungle | Elanef | Halcyon The Shop | Dailysession.com |

  • DJMonchan@Sapphire

  • SESSION 454 : BLESSUP 01.07.10

    Blessup features DJ 0101, our own resident inteligent dnb specialist who drops everything deep and rolling with a liquid twist in this new year archive from halcyon’s almost infamous blessup thursday night instore…

    Funky monks take note, Bless Up! is three hours of anything-but-silent devotion to the woofer ripping trinity of Drum and Bass, Dubstep and Dub Reggae. Hosted by Liondub and recorded live at halcyon in Brooklyn every Thursday from 6-9 pm: 57 Pearl Street in Brooklyn.

  • SESSION 453 : BLESSUP VS PERCUSSIONLAB : 12.17.09

    Another hidden gem from the blessup archives this time featuring one of nyc’s hidden talents representing for the percussionlab camp; machinedrum. A stellar mix of unreleased dubs, original productions and mixed up moods by this artful, yet incredibly precise dj. FIRE!

    Funky monks take note, Bless Up! is three hours of anything-but-silent devotion to the woofer ripping trinity of Drum and Bass, Dubstep and Dub Reggae. Hosted by Liondub and recorded live at halcyon in Brooklyn.

  • SESSION 452 : BLESSUP VS DUBWAR : 11.19.09

    Once a month, liondub and halcyon are honored to welcome the dubwar crew to the blessup in store on thursdays. Once again liondub catches up to speed by posting this archived set which feature a serious assortment of bass weight from the dubwar founder dave q and hotflush co curator alex incyde. Liondub adds some dubstep selections to the fold. Heavy!

    Funky monks take note, Bless Up! is three hours of anything-but-silent devotion to the woofer ripping trinity of Drum and Bass, Dubstep and Dub Reggae. Hosted by Liondub and recorded live at halcyon in Brooklyn.

  • SESSION 451 : BLESSUP 11.19.09

    Liondub decided to shift things up once a month at blessup and bring in some heavyweight local talent that do their thing differently… The second thursday of every month features Dj’s Anthony Avatar & Moma who play everything from funk and soul, to dupstep, uk funky and grime as well as staple nyc house classics and disco rarities. In this particular archive session Anthony Avatar flies solo and drops disco gems, electro earliness and house hotness…Blessup gets twisted….

    Funky monks take note, Bless Up! is three hours of anything-but-silent devotion to the woofer ripping trinity of Drum and Bass, Dubstep and Dub Reggae. Hosted by Liondub and recorded live at halcyon the shop in Brooklyn (57 Pearl @ Water St)…

  • SESSION 450 : BLESSUP 11.05.09

    Halcyon updates the archives from past blessup sessions regularly and this one features an assortment of drum & bass, jungle and dubstep fire from local dj’s 0101, akasha, ed d and blessup host liondub. 

    Funky monks take note, Bless Up! is three hours of anything-but-silent devotion to the woofer ripping trinity of Drum and Bass, Dubstep and Dub Reggae. Hosted by Liondub and recorded live at halcyon the shop at 57 Pearl in Brooklyn.

  • Steve Shelly (Sonic Youth)

    On Monday May 17th, Steve Shelley will return to perform a guest set on DailySesion. Steve has been performing as Sonic Youth’s drummer for the past 25 years, and DailySession is honored to have him playing selector on the Cedar St. turntables again. Tune in live this Monday @8pm!

  • SESSION 449: EVENTS 05.12.10

    Mixed by DJ Monchan @ Murphy & Dine Gallery

    01. Bohannon – Let’s start to dance
    02. Barrabas – Woman
    03. I got it
    04. Jackson Sisters – I believe in Miracles
    05. brass construction – movin’
    06. Ray Harris & The Fusion Experience – Scaramunga (lack of afro mix)
    07. Chicago – street player
    08. A taste of honey – boogie oogie oogie
    09. Gladys Knight & the pips – bourgie, bourgie
    10. Sister Sledge – Lost in music

  • Crush @ Cameo

  • CanalRubber@Santos

  • NEWS: STEVE SHELLY 2ND SET

    Steve Shelley of Sonic Youth will be doing his second Dailysession on Monday the 17th, 8pm.  If you missed Steve’s first Session, check it out here.

    Steve Shelley has performed with the band Sonic Youth for the past 25 years. He and his band mates have influence many musicians as well as movement in style. DailySession is honored to have him return for another performance on the Cedar St. decks. Steve will be selecting from his personal collection this Monday (17th) @8pm. Tune in live to hear an eclectic mix from one of musics important influences.