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Enjoying a conservatory musical education from childhood, Javier and Luis Garayalde are skilled multi-instrumentalists. Along with their father, a scholar and saxophone player, they were part of various Jazz bands before developing an inter- est in electronic music, Acid Jazz and House in the 1990s. Having released tracks on various imprints, including their own, they have enjoyed collabo- rations with the likes of Gilles Peterson and Masters at Work while touring internationally for a decade. Appearances at Popkomm in Cologne, Midem in Cannes and even a four night station at the Blue Note in Tokyo saw them sharing the stage with Eddie Palmierei, Azymyth, Marcos Valle and Chick Corea.

Moving from Madrid to Brazil, the duo found new inspiration and continued to fold their influ- ences into a unique sound. The Jazz of their youth, the punch of House and the enchanting warmth of Bossa came together to form the Wagon Cookin’ sound – a recipe that could only be synthesized by brothers who have travelled the world; watching, listening, learning.

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Om:Cast 026 Tracklisting:
Wagon Cookin’ – Forever
Quarion – Lo (Retreat)
Fantastic Man – Don’t Worry, It’s Just Me
Be – All the Thrills
Wagon Cookin’ – Music is Not Far
Actual Proof – The Girl
Pitchben – Friday Night
Prommer & Barck – Journey (Kink Remix)
Lovebirds – Brotha (Raw Mix)
Miguel Migs feat. Meshell Ndegeocello – Close Your Eyes (Deetron Dub)
Kyodai – Illusions

Posted by: Jonthecorner on November 16, 2011 @ 6:56 PM
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Urb magazine is proud to present an exclusive podcast from UK disco and house act Crazy P. Fresh off the release of “When We On,” out now via Smoke N’ Mirrors, Crazy P is truly one of the best live disco acts that I have ever witnessed. This new podcast features their lead single “Open for Service,” as well as the new Hot Toddy remix remix of J Boogie’s Dubtronic Science ‘Go To Work’ featuring The Pimps of Joytime. Also stay tuned for upcoming Crazy P tour dates in November including LA, SF, Miami, NYC and Vancouver. Download link and track list below.

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Track list:
1. Francis Inferno Orchestra – Meet You in Salt Lake City (Soul Clap remix)
2. Ron Basejam meets Fun Bobby – Fly With Me
3. Greymatter – Give it to Me Slow
4. Soul Minority – Come Back for More
5. Fantastic Man – Groove With You
6. J Boogie’s Dubtronic Science – Go to Work (Hot Toddy remix)
7. Kid Creole – I Believe (40 thieves vox & dub)
8. Barking Dogs – Mouth to Mouth
9/10. The Francis Inferno Orchestra- I Need It (Original & Fantastic Man mixes)
11. Weekend Express – Going to Chicago
12. Blackstrobe – Boogie 123 (Hot Toddy remix)
13. Crazy P – Open for Service (Ron Basejam remix)

Posted by: Jonthecorner on September 29, 2011 @ 11:39 AM
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Brand new DJ mix from SF tastemaker, J Boogie. Featuring new and exlcusive tracks from Tiger & Woods, OOFT!, Slow Hands, Wolf + Lamb, Miguel Migs, Hot Toddy and more. J Boogie’s full length, Undercover drops October 3rd worldwide.

Click here to enjoy Om:cast 025 by J Boogie.

Dexter Wansel – The Sweetest Pain (OOFT! Edit)
Slow Hands – Sweetest Taboo
Sazon Booya – Dento De Mi Amor
6th Borough Project – Just A Memory
Nel Oliver – Dream On (The Revenge Edit)
Poolside – Do You Believe?
Bill Summers – Straight Bank (Edit)
Sugarhill Gang – Hot Hot Summer Day (Ikah Love Edit)
Soul Clap – Love Light
George Benson – Love x Love (Koko Southport Edit)
Radiance feat. Andrea Stone – You’re My Number 1 (Dub)
Seiji – Raspberries
The Owl – Feel Good
Body Language – Falling Out (Tiger & Woods Remix)
Miguel Migs & Evelyn “Champagne” King – Everybody
J Boogie’s Dubtronic Science – Go to Work feat. The Pimps of Joytime (Hot Toddy Remix)
Cool Million feat Leroy Burgess – Cool To Make A Million (Ilija Rudman After Hours mix)
Robert Strauss – Hot Like an Oven feat. Leroy Burgess (Zev’s Edit)
The Strikers – Inch By Inch (Remix)
D Train – “D” Train (Dub)
Skyy – Here’s To You
Shalamar – Take That To The Bank (Fingerman’s ATM Edit)
Ethel Beatty – I Know You Care (U-Tern Edit)
Mayer Hawthorne – A Long Time (Chromeo Remix)
Kutcorners feat. Curtis Santiago – Diamond (J Boogie Remix)
Matty C – Action (Kutcorners Remix)
Nice N Tight – Puzique

Posted by: Jonthecorner on September 28, 2011 @ 12:17 PM
Posted in: Free Downloads

In celebration of the release of Miguel Migs “Outside the Skyline”" we decided to premier the Woolfy Remix off the upcoming single, Close Your Eyes featuring Meshell Ndegeocello with our good friends at Urb. Woolfy’s gives the original a complete make over, literally taking you to the outback!

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Posted by: Jonthecorner on September 23, 2011 @ 1:22 PM
Posted in: Music

Our good friends at 2Dopeboyz just posted the new track from J Boogie’s Dubtronic Science featuring Lateef the Truthspeaker “It’s on Fire.” Taken from the forth coming album entitled Undercover, It’s on Fire explores J Boogie’s hip hop roots with Lateef from the legendary Bay Area group Latyrx. Undercover drops on October 4th and features The Pimps of Joytime, Raashan Ahmad, Gina Rene, Aima the Dreamer, Jazz Mafia, Afrolicious and more.

Download your copy below.

Posted by: Jonthecorner on September 23, 2011 @ 1:22 PM

The second single from J Boogie’s upcoming full-length Undercover manifests in true form to its title – Go to Work. The break drops with the weight of a b-boy classic, riding a hook that sounds ready for a blacksploitation chase scene. With incredible momentum and restrained funk, J Boogie’s fusion of hip hop, funk, dub and the clatter of latin percussion joining it all, Go to Work leaves no room for quiet observers and head-nodders on the dancefloor; this one is all body language. Be sure to check out Hot Toddy on the remix!

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Posted by: Jonthecorner on September 12, 2011 @ 5:29 AM
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Straight out of the Bollywood underground comes the new video for J Boogie’s Dubtronic Science Undercover featuring Chrys-Anthony. Check it out over at Okay Player and make sure to cop the free download of the DJ Nu-Mark Remix on the soundcloud widget.

J Boogie’s Dubtronic Science “Undercover” in stores October 4th.

Posted by: Jonthecorner on September 7, 2011 @ 12:34 PM
Posted in: Visual Stimulation

If you happen to be in Mexico on September 3rd please be sure to check out the Hellow Fest in Monterey, Mexico. Dirty Vegas has the honor to share the stage with electronic indy bands Empire of the Sun, Washed Out, Miami Horror, Local Natives and DJs R.A.C. and Jacques Renault.

For more info on the festival, please click here.

Posted by: Jonthecorner on August 25, 2011 @ 11:42 AM
Posted in: Events

If Everybody Pt. 1 wasn’t enough, we’re happy to bring you Pt. 2 featuring new remixes from Miguel Migs, Vernon and DeCosta, Ghosts of Venice, Kid Who and new versions from Aki Bergen and Hardsoul. Grab you free download of the Kid Who Remix at the bottom of this post.

Featuring disco legend Evelyn ‘Champagne’ King, ‘Everybody’ evokes a soul-disco appeal with classic and current production values. Evelyn’s beautiful vocal talents soar over a blistering bass-line while textural synth stabs, funky guitar licks and warm melodies create the atmosphere.

Migs delivers his Disco-Tech Dub, stripping down the Original Album Version cutting up the vocals and exploring the territories of deep-soul-disco and tech.

Vernon & Dacosta take things into a moody-tech direction with deep hypnotic pads, steady synth stabs and a driving groove.

Ghost of Venice strips it down and presents a big room tracky-disco-loop dub.

Aki Bergen provides his quintessential deep house Vocal version layering Evelyn’s vocal with obscured effects for a darker moody feel.

Hardsoul’s dub pushes the envelope into the realm of upbeat, peak time dance floor biz.

While Kid Who shakes things up and gives us a pulsating edge to his well crafted thumping electronic dub.

Everybody PART 1 received such a diverse amount of positive feedback by all types of artists and we thank you for your continued support and open mindedness!

Posted by: Jonthecorner on August 23, 2011 @ 9:54 AM
Posted in: Music

Om:cast 024 features non other than Om Records veteran DJ & Tastemaker Still Rob G. Featuring brand new tracks from San Francisco’s own Pillow Talk (Visionquest) and unreleased Om Records / Smoke N’ Mirrors material from Body Language, Tiger & Woods, Woolfy and Edit Murphy the ‘Rooftop, Poolside’ name couldn’t be any more literal. Perfect for a long day basking in the sun, mojito in hand, the ‘Rooftop, Poolside’ creates the perfect vibe.

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1. Pillow Talk – Long Lost Friends
2. Kamo – I Have You
3. The Owl – Feel Good
4. Edit Murphy – Brooklyn Nights
5. Mario Basanov – Lonely Days (Downtown Party Network Remix)
6. Andy Ash – Freak
7. Lonely C & Baby Prince – I Remember Those Days
8. Body Language – Falling Out (Tiger & Woods Remix)
9. DJ Phono – Gone (David August Vocal Remix)
10. Eats Everything – Heard That
11. Manik – City Kids
12. Bruce Springsteen – State Trooper (MAU Re-Edit)
13. Adam Port – Tell You
14. Little Dragon – Fortune (Marc Smith Re-Edit)
15. Miguel Migs feat. Me’shell Ndegeocello – Close Your Eyes (Woolfy’s Country Mix)
16. Young Edits – Some Things Take A Long Time
17. The Rurals – Ocean
18. Earth Wind & Fire – That’s The Way Of The World

20-year veteran DJ and tastemaker Rob Grega is impossible to pigeonhole. With downtempo, hip-hop, funk, jazz, soul, broken-beat, house and minimal tech influences, his DJ and production style proves to be versatile and fresh in practice. From 2004-2009 Rob served as A&R at Om Records, helping to immensely build the sound of the more than 15-Year legacy Om has merited, signing tunes from underground acts such as Pezzner, Radio Slave, and Frankie Flowerz, while sequencing music for many distinguished compilations including Sounds of Om v.6, Om Miami 2007 & 2008, Om Lounge 10, Om Chilled 1 & 2, a DJ Mag cover-mount, and even the label’s 15-Year Anniversary package. Currently holding residencies in San Francisco at the world famous Endup and Eve Lounge, Rob remains true to his eclectic, multi-genre sounds. More recently, Rob has been collaborating with Moulton Studios’ Homero Espinosa, as the duo Toil & Trouble. Their debut release, a remix of Wagon Cookin’s ‘Music is Not Far,’ drops on Smoke N’ Mirrors in summer 2011. Another fresh remix is also due on Yerba Buena Discos shortly thereafter.

Posted by: Jonthecorner on August 17, 2011 @ 11:44 AM
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