Harlem River Drive

Man, what a weekend. Its time for some sensi and soul

Black Sabbath - Master of Reality

I was really hoping to go see The Bug tonight but with a vinyl addiction like mine its hard to keep the bank balance in CR. So the closest im going to get is my mp3. Anyways, lately I've been digging a lot of metal and punk, so as starter heres an ode to the prince of darkness and his band of demons.
Black Sabbath - Master of Reality

Birdy Nam Nam

4 guys from france who are crazy talented.. i havent seen 4 man tag teams on turntables that held my attention since you know who, or maybe im not looking hard enough
anyway this is dope, a little laidback sample. there is some more hardout stuff on youtube from these guys look it up, amazing!

check out shirtless and vneck digging it hard

Nightmares on Wax - Thought So

Latest release from Nightmares on Wax, solid production and good grooves, nothing mindblowing but something definately to throw on and chill to. Can see it getting a fair amount of play in cafes and such - on a sidenote the NZ barista champs (Wellington regionals) are on tomorrow starting at 9am at L'affare if you wanna see some coffee making action, with yours truely on sound and music.

Exile Live

DJ Vadim Instore

Thought I'd drop the word that Vadim will be playing at Real Groovy Wellington tomorrow at 4. He's bringing his sexy girlfriend Yarah Bravo so I'm sure it will be worth the walk. The two will be playing tomorrow night as well, at the cave known as Sandwiches - Churr

Mayer Hawthorne - Just Aint Gonna Work Out

The lastest signing to Stones Throw records comes in the form Mayer Hawthorne, bringing that authentic oldschool R&B/Doo Wop vibe. Hailing from Ann Arbor (home of the Stooges), Hawthorne brings that authentic Detroit Motown sound and ressurects it into the present. Anyways enough blabbing...

Onra 7x7

My Comet

Lee Dorsey - Everything I Do Gohn Be Funky

LP released 1969, New Orleans Funk, sampled by beastie boys & biz markie. 


The Alchemists of Sound

Crazy Scientist Dudes jamming on old school tape recorders. produced the Dr Who theme song. check you tube for the full story. 


King of the Delta Blues

A legend of blues and an album you should have if you don't already. Seriously.

The High Priestess of Soul (1966)

Sunday Soul Sessions. Album title says it all.

The Freshest Kids

Thought I'd give a little props to the Bboys seeing as Body Rock 10 is on this weekend (tomorrow @ 12-5pm Civic Square, Wellington). Anyways heres a clip from the "Freshest Kids" DVD, some real Bboys getting down (non of that gymnastics bullshit) to Jimmy Castors "Just Begun"...

What's Going On

What's goin on with the world - this one goes out to Dick Dastardly and Gaza Strip!
Marvin Gaye - What's Going On (DJ Day Edit)

Scum Fuck's

So it seems that these days you can't even leave your stuff anywhere with out some blood sucking, scum fucking loser stealing your most prized possessions. One of the Hip drop's contributers recently had an MPC 1000 and a whole lot of tasty wax stolen somewhere in the bustling metropolis of AUCKLAND FUCKING CITY! Once the blood lust wears off, we may post a list of some of the rare tunes incase they come up on trade me or other places people try to sell stolen shit... If you are reading this and you even know anything about who might have done this. Tell us or choke on your own forked tounge and die a slow and painfull death, While picturing the whole hip drop massive doing all kinds of nasty thing's to your mother, sister, or anyone you care about.

Sandy Nelson - Drum And More Drums

Some rock'n'roll instro vibes for your sunday listening pleasure...
Sandy Nelson - Drums And More Drums (1968)

Mister Modo & Ugly Mac Beer - Main Stuff

Two dusty muthafuckers presenting us with beats, breaks & loops galore
Mister Modo & Ugly Mac Beer - Main Stuff