• SESSION 429: FUNKY SLICE 04.19.10

    Mixed by Mr.Deba (Lex Records)

    01. Phil Upchurch – America
    02. Isaac Hayes – Ike’s Mood
    03. Phil Upchurch – Voodoo Chile
    04. James Brown – Escape-ism
    05. Quincy Jones Feat. B.Cosby – Hickey Burr
    06. Roy Ayers – Tear to a Smile
    07. Madvillain – Instrumental
    08. Heath Bros. Smilin Billy Suite
    09. Isley Brothers – For The Love of You
    10. Notorious B.I.G – Story to Tell

  • AlexPearce@Love

  • ClubHouse@Love

  • TwoSoundsClashPart3 @ SouthPaw

    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 |

  • DAILYSUMMARY: MON, APRIL 19, 2010


    Photo by Jarvis Jun Earnshaw

    Upcoming Radio Shows
    Monday: Funky Slice @ 8PM
    Tuesday: Zakka Show @ 5PM Mo Music Mo Life @ 8PM
    Wednesday: Halcyon Presents The BandWagon @ 7PM(Bi-Week) A1 Afterhours @ 9PM
    Thursday: Bless Up @ 6PM
    Friday: Funky Slice @ 8PM

    New in the Radio Archive

     

    04.19.10:  Mr.Deba (Lex Records)

    04.16.10: DJMonchan

    Recent News

    Vinyl Mania Sound Library Will Start In May!


    Feat. Party


    Host: DJ Moustachio (Academy Records)
    SESSION 393: FUNKY SLICE 02.22.10
    SESSION 371: FUNKY SLICE 01.18.10
    SESSION 332: FUNKY SLICE 11.09.09

  • NEWS: VINYLMANIA SHOW IN MAY

    NewYork Legend “Vinyl Mania Records” will start  show on dailysession in May from Warehouse!

    Details coming soon!

  • NEWS: MUSEUM AFTER HOURS PARTY

    By Chloe Veltman – NewYork Times

    It’s hard to talk about museums’ after-hours programs without getting confused. Differentiating among Nightlife (at the California Academy of Sciences), After Dark (the Exploratorium) and L@TE (Berkeley Art Museum) — in name, and in concept — is not easy.

    As in New York and Los Angeles, these events have become de rigueur in the Bay Area. Some institutions, like the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, with its Big Idea Night parties, offer free programs. Its latest Big Idea Night — which included D.J.’s, dancers and various artists, as well as the opportunity to explore exhibitions — attracted about 2,500 visitors, the highest tally since the program began in January 2009. [Read More]

  • SESSION 428: FUNKY SLICE 04.16.10

    Mixed by DJMonchan

    01. The Velvet Underground & Nico – Sunday Morning
    02. Jose James Feat.jordana De Lovely – Love Conversation
    03. Jerry The Cat – Vanished
    04. Smoke City – Underwater Love
    05. Nickodemus&Osiris Feat.Petra Phillispon – Why Can’t We Live Together?
    06. Brandy & Monica – The Boy Is Mine
    07. Gina Thompson – The Things That You Do
    08. D’Angelo – Brown Sugar
    09. Tina Lima – A Conta Do Samba
    10. Mistery School Ensemble – At The Gate Of Dawn

  • DAILYSUMMARY: THR, APRIL 15, 2010


    Photo by Joe’s NYC

    Upcoming Radio Shows
    Monday: Funky Slice @ 8PM 
    Tuesday: Zakka Show @ 5PM
    Wednesday: Halcyon Presents The BandWagon @ 7PM(Bi-Week)  
    Wednesday:  A1 Afterhours @ 9PM
    Thursday: Bless Up @ 6PM
    Thursday: Mo Music Mo Life @ 8PM

    Recent News
    Artists Embellish Walls With Political Visions – NewYork Times

    New in the Radio Archive

    Zakka 04.13.10: Lil Tiger (Afro-Dub Sessions)


    Zakka 04.13.10: Q-Mastah (Afro-Dub Sessions)

    Zakka 04.13.10: Olé Koretsky (Jetlug)

  • SESSION 427: ZAKKA 04.13.10

    Mixed by Lil Tiger (Afro-Dub Sessions)

    01. Captain Planet – On Your Feet
    02. Gilles Peterson’s Havana Band – Think Twice
    03. Herbie Hancock – WaterMelon Man(Kenny Dope Remix)
    04. Sygaire – Deux Mille Deux
    05. Crazy Cousinz – Inflation
    06. Marvin Gaye – Calypso Blues V2
    07. Blaze & Palmer Brown – Jump 4 Luv (Shelter Mix)
    08. Gecko Turner – Afrobeatnik (Soiji Remix)
    09. Solo – Congaloid (Mimimum Remix)
    10. Kentphonik – Sunday Shower

  • SESSION 426: ZAKKA 04.13.10

    Mixed by Q-Mastah (Afro-Dub Sessions)

    01. African Head Charge – Free Chant
    02. Kanka – skunky (Version)
    03. Vibronics Feat. Singer Blue – If A No Jah
    04. Roots Manuva Feat.Riddla – Uk Warriors
    05. Molecule Feat. Soul J – Under Pressure
    06. Junkyard Productions – Sister Let Him Go
    07. Bush Chemist – East Of Jaro
    08. Barry Brown – Movement Of Jah
    09. Sly Dunbar – A Who Say
    10. Augustus Pablo – Struggle In Soweto

  • SESSION 425: ZAKKA 04.13.10

    Mixed by Olé Koretsky

    01. Big Arm – Into You Now
    02. Freestylers – B Boy Stance (Cut N’ Paste Remix)
    03. Black Grape – Reverend Grape
    04. The Art of Noise – Beat Box (Razormaid Mix)
    05. 808 State – Spanish Heart
    06. Section 25 – Looking from a Hilltop (Restructure)
    07. Severed Heads – A Million Angels
    08. A Certain Ratio – Touch
    09. Rick James – Ghetto Life
    10. Baby Dayliner – Don’t Do That

  • NEWS: POLITICAL STREET ARTIST

    By Simon Romero – NewYork Times

    CARACAS, Venezuela — Of all the murals and graffiti that adorn this anarchic city’s trash-strewn center, one creation by the street artist Carlos Zerpa fills him with special pride: a stenciled reinterpretation of Caravaggio’s “David with the Head of Goliath,” in which a warrior grasps the severed head of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.

    Mr. Zerpa, 26, a slightly built painter sporting a few days of stubble, shrugged at the possibility that American visitors to Caracas — or Mrs. Clinton for that matter — might find the mural offensive. “It’s a metaphor for an empire that is being defeated,” he said nonchalantly in an interview. “My critics can take it or leave it, but I remain loyal to my ideas.” [Read More]