Blog - February 2009

New DJ Zeph Mixtape Pt 1

When it comes to blends and mash ups, DJ Zeph reigns supreme. From the infamous duo Zeph & Azeem as well as being the production house of the critically acclaimed L*Roneous ‘Dreamweavers’ album, Zeph has been staying busy rocking shows on Technics around the bay area and beyond. This January Mix is nothing short of a Zeph Classic as he blends new with old, rock with hip hop. Featuring classics of yesterday and new bangers of today, Zeph turns out Pt. 1 of this two part mix quite nicely. Keep your eyes open for Pt 2 dropping in a couple days. Click the banner to redirect to the podcast page where you right click the link to download.

Track List for Pt. 1

1) Hood Nigga / Get it Up – MIA

2) Distortion2static / Roots/ In Da Club – 50 Cent

3) La Di Da Di – Slick Rick / The Rascals

4) Hypnotize – Herb Alpert / Notorious BIG / David Byrne / Brian Eno

5) Go Ahead – Santogold

6) Royal Flush – Big Boi

7) Give It Away – Red Hot Chili Peppers / Common

8) Blister in the Sun – Violent Fems / Azeem

9) Cool Like Dat – Digable Planets

10) Yay Area – E-40

11) White Gurl/ Lets Go All the Way – Sly Fox

12) Live Together / Fly Girl – The Boogie Boys

13) Live Together / Bring Em Out – Nickodemus / T.I.

14) Live Together Remix – Timmy Thomas

15) Why You Wanna / Work It – T.I. / Missy Elliott

16) Thank You / Work It – Sly Stone

17) Make You Feel That Way – Blackalicious / Justin Timberlake

18) Give It To Me – Timbaland

19) Make Everything All Right – Kraak N Smaak

Click here to peep the Zeph & Azeem ‘Rise Up’ album.
Posted by: Jonthecorner on February 10, 2009 @ 10:53 AM
Posted in: Music

Om Records at the California Academy of Sciences

On February 12th, 2009 Om Records has been invited to kick off the California Academy of Sciences’ Nightlife Series with DJ Fluid and J-Boogie. If you have yet been to the academy to peep the Albino crocodile, huge coral reef tanks, penguins, the rain forest exhibit & the living roof, your definitely missing out on one of the most amazing additions to the SF Bay area in years.

“Music, cocktails, seahorses, space travel, and a general broadening of the mind.”

Calendar listings – February 12th – 6pm to 10pm

NightLife Opening with Om Records
Conversation with Keith Thomson

Every Thursday night, the Academy opens its doors from 6-10 pm for NightLife, a chance for adults to explore the museum in a whole new light. Come to NightLife’s premier on Thursday, February 12th in celebration of Charles Darwin’s 200th birthday. DJ Fluid and J-Boogie from Om records are on the turntables, snakes are circulating for you to meet, and get an adult spin on evolution at Darwin’s Carnival. Those in search of the truly cerebral can take in an informal talk on Charles Darwin from renowned natural history professor Keith Thomson.

Keith Thompson Conversation is at 7:00 pm. Seating is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.

Important Links:

NightLife Facebook Page NightLife My Space Page To Buy Tickets Online.
Posted by: Jonthecorner on February 9, 2009 @ 11:00 AM
Posted in: News

Banana Split (Mochipet Remixes)

E Da Boss just hipped me to a couple remixes done by fellow bay area and Daly City Records enlisted, Mochipet. Hitting the cusp of glicthed breaks and electro, Mochipet puts his own twist on the club hip hop track making it even more club than before. Also in the package is a nice slowed tempo breaks jam. Click the banner to download!

Check out Mochipet on Myspace.
Posted by: Jonthecorner on February 5, 2009 @ 10:42 AM
Posted in: Music

Raashan Ahmad 'Give Thanks' Video Premier

In support of Black History month; Raashan Ahmad, OM Records and Beyond Cinema proudly present the Give Thanks video from Raa’s solo record The Push. Directed by Byron Chan of Beyond Cinema, this video pays homage to those who had a positive impact on your life. It’s time to give back and say thank you!! We should be grateful for what we have. This song is very inspirational to me and both Raashan Ahmad and D-sharp on the beat killed it.

Posted by: Jonthecorner on February 4, 2009 @ 10:00 AM
Posted in: News

Mushroom Jazz Clothing Line Launched

Om Records is proud to present the launch of the Mushroom Jazz line. The line features unique pieces that reflect various aspects of what we all love about the Mushroom Jazz series. From hip hop heads, to electronic junkies, to record collectors, and jazz enthusiast, this line has something for everyone. Each article of garment comes with a download card allowing recipients the chance to download exclusive tracks pre-selected for your audible enjoyment. Here is your chance to get them before anyone else does exclusively on

You can pick up the line exclusively at the following boutiques.
1805-C Clement Ave
Alameda, CA 94501

Fabric 8

3318 22nd St.
San Francisco, CA 94110

1415 Haight St.
San Francisco, CA 94177

Feel It
909 E Street
San Diego, CA 92101

104 SW 2nd Ave.
Portland, OR 97204

234 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115

Posted by: on February 3, 2009 @ 11:50 AM
Posted in: News

Fred Everything - Lazy Days Podcast Number One

Lazy Days and Om’s own Fred Everything just dropped the first edition of a Podcast DJ Mix series mixed by Fred Everything himself. Featuring new and exclusive tracks from Crazy P & Om Records as well as a couple classic cuts, this hour long mix will definitely have your feet thumping. Click the banner to navigate to the podcast page where you can either choose to download or stream. Enjoy!

1. Mr Scruff — Get On Down — Ninja Tune

2. Crazy P — Disc Odyssey — Drop Music

3. Vincenzo and Lovebirds — M.U.S.I.C. (Fred Everything Remix) — Teardop

4. Joshua Heath — Agent Blue — Salted

5. Lovebirds — The Night — Winding Roads

6. Crazy P — Stop Space Return (LCG Remix)

7. TSR — It Ain’t Hot — Drop Music

8. Frank Solano — Yes I Want (Lucas Keizer Remix) – Kinjo

9. JT Donaldson feat. Mr White — Read My Mind (Fred Everything and JT Donaldson SF Dub) — Large

10. Shur-I-Kan feat. Alexander East — Simply Yes (Fred Everything Remix) — Lazy Days

11. Fred Everything feat. Wayne Tennant — Mercyless (Fred Everything and Olivier Desmet Remix) — Om

12. Roman IV — 14×7×4 – Playhouse

13. Round 1 — I’m Your Brother — Main Street

Posted by: Jonthecorner on February 3, 2009 @ 11:20 AM
Posted in: Music

Steve Ha, a San Francisco Bay Area creative native, is the brains behind the madness at FlavorInnovator. As a respected and salient Graphic Artist, it’s obvious that the environment, and years of abusing surfaces with aerosol, have definitely influenced his flair. Besides his skill set, it’s the ability to visually transform thoughts into reality that has granted him projects with such notable clients as Adidas, Scion, Om Records, Lyrics Born, Zion-I, and Exact-Science.

Steve is currently working on: expanding FlavorInnovator; stepping into the world of motion graphics with the use of After Effects; perpetuating the need for genuine, artistic elevation in a world overflowing with commercialized waste; and making his daughter proud. Raw art. Pure Fundamentals.

For more information on Steve Ha and Flavor Innovator visit,

Posted by: on February 1, 2009 @ 7:57 AM
Posted in: Visual Stimulation


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