• SESSION 647: VINYLMANIA 10.26.10

    Played by Charlie GrapponeDJ Monchan (Downtown 161&304)

    01. Cracked Ice & Crushed Velvet – theme from Bewitched
    02. Leon Huff – Tight Money
    03. Al Jarreau- Easy (It’s Easy)
    04. The 202 Machine- Rock Your Body
    05. John Davis & The Monster Orchestra- Ain’t That Enough For You
    06. (The Real) Romeo And Juliet
    07. War of The World – The Eve Of The War
    08. The Disco Duck – Ring A Duck
    09. Studio Dancer – Love Attack

  • SESSION 646: ZAKKA 10.26.10

    Mixed by Ali Coleman (Voice of Voice)

    01. Organic Minds – Above The Horizon
    02. Pata Funk
    03. Marlon D Feat.Mana Keys – Vibe to This
    04. Kem – Heaven (Scott Wozniak Mix)
    05. Taclan – How Long
    06. Adultnapper – Moniter
    07. Anane – Walking On the Ice
    08. Steve Miller – Les Hunter 3
    09. Lisa Stanfield – Not Enough
    10. Incognito – Always There

  • Halloween Nininja

    Oct/31st/11:30pm ~ @ Cedar Bare foot Party Room

    RSVP ONLY to events@earthlink.net

    The location will email to those who reserve your dance space.

  • SESSION 645: FUNKY SLICE 10.25.10

    Mixed by DJ Moustachio (Academy Records)

  • NEWS: R.I.P. GREGORY ISAACS

    By Rob Kenner – NY Times

    Gregory Isaacs, reggae’s “Cool Ruler,” whose aching vocals and poignant lyrics about love and loss and ghetto life endeared him to fans of Caribbean music, died on Monday at his home in London. He was 60.

    The cause was lung cancer, said his wife, June Isaacs, who lives in Kingston, Jamaica.

    Cat Coore, the guitarist and cellist for the seminal reggae band Third World, has called Mr. Isaacs “the Frank Sinatra of Jamaica” for his elegant vocal phrasing. But as the singer’s friend and former manager Don Hewitt observed, “It goes further than that, because Sinatra was not a songwriter.”  [Read More]

  • SESSION 644: SLUMDAYS 10.24.10

    Mixed by Mr. Slumdays

    1. Da Steppas Project – Our World
    2. Red Snapper – Image Of You
    3. Medeski, Martin, Wood – Coconut Boogaloo
    4. Brian Auger – Straight Ahead
    5. Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson – Feel Together
    6. Kevin Yost – So Far Away
    7. CJ & Company – Sure Can’t Go To The Moon
    8. Hank Crawford – Madison
    9. Mad Lib – Mystic Bounce
    10. DJ Krush & Toshinori Kondo – Ko-Ku

  • Afrokinetic@LPR Gallery

    CHRIS ANNIBELL presents

    AFROKINETIC | 1st Saturdays
    @ Le Poisson Rouge, Gallery
    Saturday, November 6

    featuring

    DJ Chris Annibell & Amon on percussion

    Chris Annibell and the Afrokinetic family return to the gallery at (le) Poisson Rouge for another soul to soul, dance floor experience. Join them on Saturday, November  6 as Annibell, accompanied by Amon on percussion push the boundaries of what NYC dance parties should feel and sound like. Open minds and dancing shoes required.

    MUSIC: soul, jazz, tech, afro-beat, deep, dub, house, broken

    Doors 11PM / $10, 21+
    For more information please visit
    www.afrokinetic.com

  • SESSION 643: EVENT SESSION 10.16.10

    Mixed by Duckcomb & Steve Shakewell

  • NEWS: ARTIST GIVE FACES TO SLUMS

    By Randy Kennedy – NY Times

    It’s not common for important philanthropic prizes to go to people whose work involves criminal trespass and who make statements like the following: “You never know who’s part of the police and who’s not.”

    But the TED conference, the California lecture series named for its roots in technology, entertainment and design, said on Tuesday that it planned to give its annual $100,000 prize for 2011 — awarded in the past to figures like Bill Clinton, Bono and the biologist E. O. Wilson — to the Parisian street artist known as J R, a shadowy figure who has made a name for himself by plastering colossal photographs in downtrodden neighborhoods around the world. The images usually extol local residents, to whom he has become a Robin Hood-like hero. [Read More]

  • SESSION642 : BLESS UP 08.19.10

    Mixed by Scuba, Incyde, Dave Q, Hertz Couture, Welfare & Liondub


    Scuba (Hotflush / Substance  / Golden Goose | UK)
    Long established as one of the leading talents in the dubstep scene both through his own productions and the contributions of his label, Hotflush, to the talent pool, Scuba, aka Paul Rose, has been making inroads into the techno scene via Sub:Stance, his monthly event at Berghain/Panoramabar, and, more recently, his establishment of a new techno-centric alias and label, SCB.

  • SESSION641 : BLESS UP 08.05.10

    Mixed by WinterHuman, Lifeline & Liondub


    Winter (Taciturn Records / www.djwinternyc.com)
    Her passion for entertaining and love of dance infused with an urban sensibility, Winter defined her style through her residencies at world renowned NYC weeklies like Konkrete Jungle and Camouflage. In turn, she has been featured in several publications, including the NY Post, TimeOutNY, 1-42 Magazineand Teen Voices Magazine. As a co-founder of SisterNYC, Winter helped to develop & gain exposure for the talented all-female crew of DJs, producers and vocalists. She’s also competed in several DJ competitions, namely the Numark/Women Who Rock magazine competition as well as Iron DJ, held at NYC’s The Frying Pan. She was also featured in a music documentary by Julie Covello titled Prohibited Beatz (http://djshakey.com/prohibitedbeatz). Winter has rocked clubs and dancefloors with prominent DJs and producers across the world, chieflyin Berlin and the US. Her style spans a range of different genres covering drum and bass, breaks, electro & dubstep. Her love for the music has lead her to do production work with Taciturn Records and in the future her own imprint, Testpress Digital…always on the move!

  • SESSION640 : BLESS UP 07.29.10

    Mixed by Max Echo, Bookz & Liondub
    Sugar Minott Tribute


    Max Echo (Dont Sleep NYC)
    Max Echo grew up playing jazz and funk, discovered dub and drum and bass in the 90?s and fell in love with grime and dubstep in the noughts. He has been active in the US dubstep scene since 2007. His recent productions have centered on funky, garage and future bashment and his sets blend across the 140 – 120 bpm spectrum. Together with producers Bookz and Mad Scientist he formed the DSNYC collective in February of 2010. Look for forthcoming releases from Max Echo on limited white label pressings out on DontSleep this fall.

  • UncomunFes@Santos

  • SESSION 639: NININJA 10.16.10

    Mixed by DJ Monchan @ Nininja Party

  • SESSION 638: EVENT SESSION 06.05.10

    Mixed by Carter Van Pelt (WKCR 89.9 FM)

  • SESSION 637: MOMUSICMOLIFE 09.28.10

    mixed by Asahi Suzuki @ Studio 11

    01. Lionel Ritchie vs. Peter Gabriel – All Games
    02. M.I.A. vs. Mindless Self Indulgence – Pull Up the Poor Birtches
    03. Discotech – Flashing Lights into Flashlight
    04. Duran Duran vs. Kelis – Notorious Trick
    05. Asahi Suzuki – Brickhouse DJ Asahi re edit
    06. Run DMC feat. Aerosmith – Walk This Way
    07. Beyonce vs. Cypress Hill – Crazy Brain
    08. DJ Kool vs. Big Kap – Remix VA
    09. DMX – party Up (up in here)
    10. Unknown – Stone Sour Through the Glass