Mixed by Cash
01. Orbital – The Saint
02. Bronski Beat – Love & Money
03. Durutti Column – Sketch for Summer
04. The super sound of Bosworth – Tropical Scene
05. David Bowie – Golden Year
06. Talking Heads – Burning down the house
07. Peter Gabriel – Intruder
08. African Head Charge – Dinosaur’s lament
09. Can – Soup
10. The Duke of Stratophear – 25 o’clock
Breakbeat Science Legend DJ Dara and Sector Media maestro DJ Modul8 drop some serious D&B nastiness live at hacyon for their first appearance at Bless Up! These two are keeping vinyl alive and can be found laying the finest in Jungle and Drum & Bass worldwide.
About Bless Up: On the fifth day he created bass, then he took an Amen break. And so it was, that on Thursdays the high priests of low frequency would gather at the record store in Brooklyn to perform the ancient rites of the turntable… It is in this solemn spirit of praise to all that rumbles the jungle that the cult we call halcyon presents our latest, soon to be habitual ritual, Bless Up! – Thursdays from 6-9pm at halcyon the shop and archived on dailysession.com and halcyonline.com. 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. Our own pied pontiff, Liondub administers the wax sacraments alongside a rotating cast of cardinals representing NYC’s holiest DJ diocese. Visiting saints make miraculous appearances and as always, there’s no tithe at the door and plenty of alms for the poor, so you can save while being saved.
sorry no tracklisting available.
Hardstyle and heavy Drum & Bass / Jungle & Dubstep session featuring 3 staples in the NYC D&B scene : Trigon (Profound Audio ) / Breaker ( Human Imprint / Guerilla Recordings ) & LionDub (BBS / Halcyon / Konkrete Jungle).
About BlessUP! On the fifth day he created bass, then he took an Amen break. And so it was, that on Thursdays the high priests of low frequency would gather at the record store in Brooklyn to perform the ancient rites of the turntable… It is in this solemn spirit of praise to all that rumbles the jungle that the cult we call halcyon presents our latest, soon to be habitual ritual, Bless Up! – Thursdays from 6-9pm at halcyon the shop and archived on dailysession.com & halcyonline.com. 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. Our own pied pontiff, LionDub administers the wax sacraments alongside a rotating cast of cardinals representing NYC’s holiest DJ diocese. Visiting saints make miraculous appearances and as always, there’s no tithe at the door and plenty of alms for the poor, so you can save while being saved.
sorry no tracklisting available.
Photo by Streetsy
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
New in the Radio Archive
FunkySlice 03.08.10: Mr.Deba (Lex Records)
The Bandwagon 02.10.10 : Taimur Agha(BlkMarketMembership) & Alexi Delano(Ad Ltd, Clink-Blkyn)
Mo Music Mo Life 03.04.10: DJ Ryuhichi
Zakka 03.02.10: Olé Koretsky
FunkySlice 03.01.10: Takaya_Nagase
Mixed by Mr.Deba (Lex Records)
01. Deodato – Tropea
02. Deodato – 2001
03. DOOM – Gazzillion Ear (Jniero Jarel Mix)
04. Heatwave – Star of the Story
05. Dennis Coffey – Iceberg’s Thang
06. Eric Donaldson – Cherry Oh Baby
07. Errol Dunkley – Movie Star
08. Black Uhuru – Guess who’s coming to dinner
09. Don Carlos – Satta Massagana
10. U Roy – Jah Call U
RECORDED LIVE ON MARCH 3RD 2010
A NEW RADIO SHOW FEATURING MASTER OF CEREMONIES
TAIMUR AGHA (BLKMARKET MEMBERSHIP) FOR THE 1ST HOUR, FOLLOWED BY SPECIAL GUEST FOR THE 2ND HOUR. THIS WEEK’S SPECIAL GUEST IS MY VERY GOOD FRIEND ALEXI DELANO (AD LTD / CLINK – BROOKLYN).
THE BANDWAGON PODCASTS INCLUDES LIVE DJ MIXES (NO PRE-RECORDINGS), INTERVIEWS, TRACK COMMENTARIES AND MUCH MORE. EVERY ALTERNATING WEDNESDAYS AT HALCYON THE SHOP IN DUMBO BROOKLYN FROM 7-9PM.
HR 1 – TAIMUR AGHA
1. Marco Shuttle – The Horror (Redux Edit) – Brut!
2. Sammy Dee – Purple Hummer – Perlon
3. Seuil – Uneasy Circle – Einmalens
4. Nectar – The worm & the weasel – Grayhound
5. Quenum – The Four Seasons – Toys for Boys
6. Robag Wruhme – Dakktylaff – Muzik Krause
7. La Horse (Smagghe & Eeprom) – Cyanide & Happiness (Eeprom Rmx) – Fondation
8. Guy Called Gerald – In Ya Head (feat. MIA) – Perlon
9. Mark Broom & Dave Hill – After the weekend – D1 Recordings
10. Philemon – Phil’s Science – Missive
HR2 – ALEXi DELANO
1. Alexi Delano & Cari Lekebusch – Walking Through Water – forthcoming AD Limited
2. Alexi Delano & Cari Lekebusch – Sensus – forthcoming AD Limited
3. Alexi Delano & Xpansul – Linked – unreleased
4. Alexi Delano & Par Grindvik – Lelle – unreleased
5. Alexi Delano – Wrapt Up In It – unreleased bootleg
6. Alexi Delano – Close 2 Three – unreleased
7. Alexi Delano & Camea – No Name – Clink
mixed by DJ Ryuhichi
01. Vincent Valler feat. Savio – Loves Theme
02. Maurice Tamraz – What I Want – Org
03. VMC – To The Rock (Guy Robin Remixes)
04. Anane – One Dream
05. Jellybean feat. Carla Prather – Secrets & Lies (Incl. Guy Robin & Scott Wozniak Mixes)
06. Ultra Nate – Free (Bob Sinclar Remix)
07. Sofia Rubina – Make Me Beautiful – Dave Jones Remix
08. Anane – Terra Longe
09. Alex Finkin & Reverend P feat. Jocelyn Mathieu – Can’t Get Enough (Latin Mix)
10. Todd Terry, DJ Darryl – Samurai – DJ’s Mix
SLF presents Afro-Dub Sessions
Saturday, Mar. 27, 2010, 10 p.m.–4 a.m.
(and every last Saturday of the month)
Rose Live Music, 345 Grand St., Brooklyn, NY
Sound Liberation Front (SLF), an arts and music organization based in Brooklyn, presents Afro-Dub Sessions: a monthly party at Rose Live Music in Williamsburg that combines live music and DJs to celebrate the best in Dub and African-influenced sounds.
This month’s party will feature DJ DRM, co-founder and label manager of one of New York’s longest-running boutique record labels, Brooklyn’s Bastard Jazz Recordings. His Dubwise Sessions parties at Studio BPM were renowned for bringing live old-school reggae acts such as Cedric IM Brooks, Milton Henry and Sister Nancy together with top-notch DJs to a uniquely underground, bunker-like setting near the Brooklyn waterfront. On the decks, DJ DRM is known for his eclectic sets culled from the tide pools of Dub, Reggae, Hip-Hop, B-Boy Breaks, Latin, Disco, House, Afrobeat and more.
As it does every month, Afro-Dub Sessions also will feature a pair of live performances by resident band Super Hi-Fi, which has been packing the house with their creative melding of Afrobeat, Dub, live remixing and special guest appearances. The five-piece collective features members of Aphrodesia, Slavic Soul Party, The Superpowers, and the Blue Man Group.
Acclaimed Ska and Dub musician/producer Victor Rice (Moon Records/Strikkly Vikkly DubSystem) will also be on hand adding live dub effects to Super Hi-Fi’s sets. SLF’s resident DJs Linh, Q-Mastah and Lil Tiger will bring their diverse musical selections to the turntables to round out the night.
Afro-Dub Sessions is dedicated to the idea that dub, born in Jamaica, and African musical styles like Afrobeat, Afropop and Afrofunk are natural partners in the origins of global dance music. Each month SLF aims to explore these connections by hosting a different guest DJ specializing in Dub or African-influenced styles. The April 24 party will feature Awesome Tapes from Africa’s Brian Shimkovitz.
SOUND LIBERATION FRONT is a Brooklyn-based non-profit organization devoted to the power of music as a socially liberating and unifying cultural force. Last summer, the group organized the Sound Liberation Festival in Brooklyn. The event featured hip-hop legends Brand Nubian; electro-Afrobeat pioneers Chico Mann; Ticklah; DJs Kenny Parker, Cosmo Baker, and Ian Friday; and, workshops by Afro Mosaic Soul and DubSpot. SLF also hosts SoundLib Wednesdays at Moe’s Bar in Fort Greene.