<a href=http://sharebee.com/7cf64c96 target=blank>I know there’s quite a few bootlegs, tributes and mixtapes out recently but we wanted to re-post this amazing concept record from The One. Using elements and samples from Thriller, he devised a new soundtrack to go along with his favorite movie ‘The Killer’ directed by John Woo. Using samples from the legendary Thriller album, THEONE gives us a new interpretation of the songs designed specially for scenes in ‘The Killer.’ Make sure to peep each song all the way through as the flips the beats in multiple styles and up to three times on some tracks. This is strictly for fun and promotional use only. Don’t be afraid, click the banner to download. R.I.P. M.J.!!
For all of our Bay Area heads, 2nd Sunday and Om Records are teaming up on July 12th for a special showcase featuring an all star line up of talent with Greenskeepers (live), Colette, Heather, Pezzner, Johnny Fiasco, James Curd, Vikter Duplaix, The Whooligan, Hakobo, Rob G and so much more. Be sure to grab your discounted tickets while the last by clicking the flier image above.
Posted by: Jonthecorner on July 2, 2009 @ 2:00 PM
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In case you’re not up on game our very own J-Boogie has moved the infamous Beatsauce Radio Show to Brooklyn Radio and this month features a mix from The Whooligan entitled ‘The Star Gazer,’ featuring new and exclusive tracks from Flying Lotus, 40Love, Afta-1, Santigold and more. Make sure to click the image to visit Brooklyn Radio and download the mix.
1) Afta-1 “Escape” feat 40Love & Gedeon (Whooligan Remix)
2) Declaime “Keep It Moving” feat Flying Lotus & Georgia Anne Muldrow
3) Flying Lotus “Beginners Falafel” feat Slum Village & 40Love (“Look Of Love” Whooligan Remix)
4) Samiyam “Number 20” feat 40Love (Whooligan Remix)
5) Sach “Number 9” feat Gedeon (Whooligan Remix)
6) Platinum Pied Pipers “Ain’t No Ifs Or Maybes”
7) 40Love “XO”
8) Mikos of 40Love “It’s Time” feat Songbird
9) Dorothy Ashby “The Moving Finger”
10) The Whooligan “The Push” feat Wonway Posibul and DJ Dion Decibels
11) Santigold “Starstruck” (Diplo Remix)
12) Bentley “C.O.L.O.U.R.S.” feat Pimp C
13) 40Love “Curry Dip” feat Malik of Aquarius
14) 40Love “Oh, Sh!t” feat Fashawn, Exile & Wonway Posibul (Posse Freestyle)
15) Gabor Szabo & The California Dreamers “San Francisco Nights”
Posted by: Jonthecorner on July 2, 2009 @ 11:00 AM
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Fred Everything just delivered volume 4 of his ‘Lazy Days’ Podcast series. Featuring new and exclusive tracks from Om Records, Freerange, Offset, Lazy Days and Chillin Music. Click the image to redirect to the podcast page where you can stream or download the mix by right clicking.
1.Herb – If I Never Stop – Sass Sounds
2.Nacho Marco – Move You (Dub) – Om
3.Solan – Gotta Use It (Gorge Remix) – Hertzlich
4.Pete DaFeet – Alta (Nacho Marco Remix) – Lost My Dog
5.Frank Solano – Beautiful Connection (Fred Everything Remix) – Loudeast
6.Fresh And Low – Take Your Time (LCG unreleased Mix) – Offset
7.Fred Everything and JT Donaldson feat. Aima The Dreamer – Memories – Lazy Days
8.Miles Maeda – Bell Boogie (Phil Weeks Remix) – BTTF
9. Lovebirds – N2Deep – Lazy Days
10.Jay West vs Toka Project
11.Bis Co – Original Mix – Diynamic
12.Jimpster – The Kind Of Girl – Freerange
13.Sleazy McQueen – Trains Over Broadway (Pezzner Remix) – Chillin
14.Touch Sensitive – Body Stop (Toby Tobias Remix) – Future Classic
Posted by: Jonthecorner on July 2, 2009 @ 10:00 AM
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Super producer S1 aka Symbolyc One is the main producer of the highly acclaimed group Strange Fruit Project. His style and production range stretches beyond all genres from R&B to Soul, from Underground to Southern Hip Hop and everything else in between. As an upcoming super producer, S1 has gone on to work with great artists such as Erykah Badu, Rah Digga, Ghostface Killah, and Little Brother just to name a few. S1 is also a member of Badu’s electronic band known as The Cannabinoids, S1 is continuing to make music history indeed by crossing many genre’s and continuing to fine tune his unique sound.
Checkout the most recent mixtape by clicking on the image above. Also be on the lookout for a new album later this year from Strange Fruit Project.
Posted by: Jonthecorner on July 1, 2009 @ 12:00 PM
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