Mixed by DJ Lil’ Tiger, DJ Q-Mastah & DJ Trainwreck
NEW YORK – Musician Gil Scott-Heron, who helped lay the groundwork for rap by fusing minimalistic percussion, political expression and spoken-word poetry on songs such as “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” but saw his brilliance undermined by a years-long drug addiction, has died at age 62.
A friend, Doris C. Nolan, who answered the telephone listed for his Manhattan recording company, said he died Friday afternoon at St. Luke’s Hospital after becoming sick upon returning from a trip to Europe.
“We’re all sort of shattered,” she said. [Read More]
Mixed by Martin Payne & Eric Lopez
01. 4th measure – 4 you ( Maya Jane Coles Rmx )
02. Isaev – IN & OUT ( Studio Edit MIX )
03. The Outfit feat. Natasha Watts – Do You Want Me Baby
04. Kerri & NINA – Westwind ( Vocal ver )
05. Black Coffee feat. Thiwe – Crazy ( manoo & francois a deep journey mix )
06. Joyful Noise – Latin Affair ( Joyful Noise Main )
07. Black Coffee feat. TSEPO – Never You Say Coming ( Frank Roger Vocal MIX )
08. Aaron Ross & Matthew Bandy – Underground
09. Aphreme & J.S.O.U.L. – Take You Heart ( Original mix )
10. Inner Life – Ain’t No Mountain High Enough
Photo by Streetsy
Upcoming Live Radio Shows
Thursday: Bless Up @ 6pm~9pm
Friday: MoMusic MoLife (Freedom Party) @ 11pm~12am
Friday: Afro Dub Session @ 12am~4am
Monday: Beats & BBQ @ 3pm~9pm
Monday: Sector Soundwaves @ 9pm~11pm
Tuesday: Zakka @ 4pm~6pm
Tuesday: Vinylmania @ 8:30pm~10:30pm
Mixed by Joeski(Supplement Facts) & DJ Spider(Plan B)
Joeski (Supplement Facts | NYC)
Growing up in Brooklyn and coming from a family of latin musicians, Joeski was influence by the vibe NYC city block parties with percussion and people dancing in the street. It’s Joeski’s mission to bring that feeling of joy, fun and letting go to the dancefloors throughout the world. He has done just that over a 20+ year career as a DJ, producer, studio and label owner. If you’ve been under a rock, read his bio or peep his extensive discography, but most of all get ready for a unique and captivating experience with DJ Joeski.
DJ Spider (Plan B | Brooklyn)
New York’s DJ Spider has been releasing deep, dark House & Techno music, dark ambient soundscapes & warfare electronics for many years now. Also know under the moniker’s Spider Bites & Kuru, he is involved in many forms of electronic music making. He helps run the label Plan B Recordings along with Lola aka Dakini9 & he also runs the Beneath The Underground Music imprint. Spider’s deep knowledge for the music and his vast music collection has kept him on top of his game. He still plays vinyl almost exclusively. He has been involved in music almost his entire life, from playing Drums, Trumpet & Guitar. He produces & engineers all of his music & has also worked with many other great musicians over the years in and out of the studio. Spider has held down many DJ residencies in New York City over the years & has played alongside some of the industries finest artist in House & Techno.
The Bandwagon is halcyon’s All New Old-Timey Record Review and Talent Show! Each and every Two hour ride on The Bandwagon begins with halcyon the shoppe’s own high-flying Techno honcho in a poncho… the mysterious and often delirious Taimur Agha of BLK|Market Membership! Thrill to Taimur’s death-defying DJ feats as he balances beats live without a net on the www in his round up of the latest and greatest ear-catching, ground-shaking musical marvels from the far corners of the globe. Then, turn your attention to the center ring for The Bandwagon’s main attraction!… Direct from the far off nether regions of Brooklyn we bring you an astonishing cavalcade of talent never before assembled on one program – musical magicians, masterful minstrels and mystifying midi-freaks alike will be unveiled to your shock and awe with in-depth interviews and exclusive featured performances.
1200Dreams caught up with Nutritious, one of the most appetizing DJ’s on the scene, to delve deep into his thoughts on the DJ experience and what he is up to now.
By The Boogielady… always in the boogie.
He goes by the name Nutritious, sans DJ, and has been one of the most appetizing DJ’s in the New York scene for quite some time. Now, he’s spreading his wings and from the East to the West Coast, he has played at well known events like Jam Cruise Disco, Ultra’s UMF Radio Stage, and WMC, all the while proving himself to be quite the crowd pleaser.
Born in New York to a music loving family, you can say Nutritious was more than immersed in the art form. By 16 he was skipping class playing drums in a band and gigging locally, having to sneak in to venues such as CBGB because he was underage. [Read More]
Join DJ’s Duckcomb & Steve ShakeWell as they celebrate 7 years as SHAREGROOVE !
An all night affair with very special guests: Beautiful Swimmers from D.C. and label Future Times.
We’re back at our usual gowanus loft for this special occasion.
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$5 b4 midnight
Live broadcasting & recording by dailysession
01. Intro (Joao Donato – O morro Nao Vez)
02. Lynn Collins – Think
03. Unknown – She’s a Lady
04. Girls Aloud vs Sugababes – Walk This Way
05. Run dmc -Walk This way
06. Neneh Cherry vs INXS – Got Your Cherry Tonight
07. a2-e40 vs Phill Collins – Tell me When to go to heaven
08. Rakim vs Audioslave – I believe in Young Hearts Like a…
09. Eric B & Rakim vs Lotus – Suitcase Full of Soul
10. Tripp – Super Holla Tricka
Photo by James Maher – New York Photography
Photo by Blue Jake
Upcoming Live Radio Shows
Wednesday: Band Wagon @ 6:00pm~9:00pm
Wednesday: A-1 Record @ 9:30pm~11:30pm
Wednesday: Shakedown(Bembe) @ 12am~4am
Thursday: Bless Up @ 6pm~9pm
Friday: Good Records @ 8pm~10pm
Friday: Mo music Mo Life (Freedom Party) @ 10pm~12am
Mixed by Jon & Rick
01. kza – Unfaithful (Fernand Remix Version 2)
02. Session Victim – Tomorrow Night
03. The Gathering – In My System (I:Cube Remix)
04. Cosmic kids – Reginald’s Groove
05. Shield – Music
06. Dance Disorder – Metallic Italic
07. Arthur Russell – Wax The Van (Yam Who Rework)
08. Deniz Kurtel – Yeah (Jamie Jones Shower Curtain Mix)
09. Tood Terje – Ragysh
10. The Sound Of Chicago – No way Back (Vocal)
Mixed by Pat King
01. Maurizio – M4
02. Regen – Ursus
03. Langenberg – Planitz Proposal
04.Cari Lekebusch – Ana Kata
05. T.W.I.C.E – Back to Basic (Alex Jones Mix)
06. Cari Lekebusch – Third Eye Vision
07. Klunk & Zilly – Peggit
08. Pure Science – Universal Theory
09. Leonel Castillo – Con Hillo De Nylon (Agnes Mix)
10. Regen – Deeply Fried
In the minds of many, the name Carl Craig epitomizes Detroit Techno. Although he was neither the first nor the flashiest of the original Detroit innovators, his 20-plus year production and club career can boast of nearly no wrong turns nor wanderings into inconsistency. If Juan Atkins is credited with the initial push over the top andDerrick May distinguished himself as the best DJ of the famous quartet, from nearly the beginning Craig was present in the background quietly pushing the developments that would lead into the second wave of Detroit music and its spread to the furthest corners of the globe. Although the exact extent of his work behind the scenes will likely never be known, as label aide to both KMS and Transmat he adeptly learned the business end of the trade, and early studio help he received from Derrick May was returned in spades as he joined his older predecessors on their groundbreaking European tours and also for their recording sessions. If early efforts asPsyche, BFC, and 69 revealed a creative mind rapidly progressing and moving through ideas faster than most ever get them, by 1995 his name was synonymous with the best and most bracing Techno the Motor City had to offer that combined deepness, hardness, and a restless futuristic and experimental aesthetic that plowed down everything in its path. [Read More]