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Mike Monday Unofficial Remix

We’re past hump day and gearing up for the weekend. Nothing better than walking in the office and having a nice remix from our favorite UK producer Mike Monday waiting for me to play loudly only to piss off the delicate workers in the office next to us. Mike Monday choose Animal Collective’s ‘My Girls’ and turned in the atmospheric original into a late night club banger. Animal Collective is fresh off the their release Merriweather Post Pavilion which comes highly recommended! Look below to stream and grab this remix and if you’re feeling it, make sure to peep Mike Monday’s solo record ‘Songs Without Words Pt. 1’.


Download: Animal Collective – My Girls (Mike Monday Unofficial Remix)

Posted by: Jonthecorner on April 30, 2009 @ 11:22 PM
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Chris Joss - Danger Buds Free Download

Happy Tuesday! Our dear friends at ESL Music just sent me over this amazing mp3 from Chris Joss who released his 5th studio album via ESL in March entitled, ‘Sticks.’ ‘Sticks’ is a psychedelia journey through the Asia, incorporating regional instruments and audio landscapes with a funk twist that captures an irresistible vintage groove that defies categorization. Please check out more from Chris Joss, ‘Sticks’ and ESL music by clicking here. You can also download Danger Buds by right clicking the link below or banner above. Sincerely,

Your Friends at Om Records.


Download Chris Joss – ‘Danger Buds’

Posted by: Jonthecorner on April 28, 2009 @ 10:05 AM
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J-Boogie live and direct in New Orleans

Between SXSW and WMC, J-Boogie, The Whooligan, Amanda and myself took a pit stop in The Big Easy. We rented a car in Austin and took off east on the 10. As we approached Louisiana, the geography turned in a massive swampland with mangroves, sunken forests and amazing glimpses of wild life. We arrived in New Orleans that night with our mouth watering for crawfish, red beans and rice, gumbo, soft shell crab po’ boys, oysters, bread pudding and of course beignets from Cafe Du Monde. Drunk off food, we spent the next couple days exploring the architecture of the French Quarter, huge plantation homes in the Garden District and the spooky above ground graveyards. Our main mission was eating, but of course we had to fit a dj gig in between. On Tuesday night, J-boogie had the honor to rock with Soul Sister, the New Orleans tastemaker and were lucky enough to get a high quality recording. Click the banner to visit the Brooklyn Radio Beat Sauce website where you can download or stream the mix to get a taste of what J-Boogie is all about.

Click here to check out the latest nu disco remix from Crazy P of Together feat. Jennifer Johns.

Click here to listen to J-Boogie’s newest remix project, Soul Vibrations Dub Remixes.

Posted by: Jonthecorner on April 21, 2009 @ 10:05 AM
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Mayer Hawthorne

Mention Mayer Hawthorne’s name and watch our designer, Valerie, swoon and get weak in the knees. She’s been geeking out to the Hawthorne for some time now. Soul artist Mayer Hawthorne has been the newest of a flux of artists added to the retro soul genre. But unlike other recent inductees, Mayer Hawthorne sounds like he’s straight up from the Motown era. His tracks are reminiscent of legends like Smokey Robinson, The Temptations, The Four Tops, and similar legends of the genre. His sound has caught the ears of selectors, Giles Peterson, Mark Ronson, and Peanut Butter Wolf.

Stones Throw instantly signed him and his first single has already created a huge buzz. To celebrate the first single, Stones Throw brought it back with a classic heart-shaped piece of wax for vinyl collectors to drool over. Although it’s already been done by the likes of The Manhattans and Bobby Caldwell, it’s still just as cool. We applaud Stones Throw for keeping vinyl exciting and bringing it back!

Add this to your collection immediately…go out to Amoeba and cop your copy.

Posted by: on April 18, 2009 @ 9:15 PM
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Mike Monday Free Download

We’ve got a special little treat for you this rainy Thursday! Our beloved Mike Monday has taken 3rd Face’s 2002 hit “Canto Della Liberta” and his own “What Day Is It?,” and mashed them together in a blender to create a new underground banger! Click the player below to listen. If you like what you hear, download the 320kbps MP3 using the link.

And if you’ve yet to hear Mike’s recent single “Stargirl/Salieri Complex,” check it out now!


Mike Monday vs. 3rd Face “What Canto Is It?”.mp3

Posted by: Gaggaz on April 8, 2009 @ 3:41 PM
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Kero One is my homie

Kero One is my homie!

He makes beats, writes raps and likes dope kicks. Continuing with my Mushroom Jazz 6 head space, Kero is the man behind track 4, Groovin,’ which is one of my personal favorites. Pursuing the quest for quality hip hop fused with influences of jazz, blues and good ole fashioned soul, Kero is prepping for his next full length release which is dropping in April on his own imprint Plug Label. However, just to give you a taste he’s dropped a new single ‘When the Sunshine Comes’ which is available on itunes. If you ain’t got the time to get to the itunes store, click here for a special download of ‘Welcome to the Bay’ courtesy of the man himself.

Posted by: Jonthecorner on February 27, 2009 @ 10:00 AM
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Zeph Mix pt2

Happy Monday folks! Here is the second installment of the DJ Zeph January ‘09 mix. If you haven’t downloaded Part 1, please click here. Zeph is the king of turntable blends and mash ups, combining 2 records of 2 genres that you never thought would ever work together. Make sure to click the banner to redirect to the podcast page where you can download or stream the mix at your discretion. If you dig it, leave some words in the comment box. Peace!

20. Freddie Cruger – Hustle / Common – Go

21. Janes Addiction – Caught Stealin / Jay-z – Encore

22. Survivor – Eye of the Tiger / Kool Keith – Poppa Large

23. Chic – Good Times / Gnarls Barkley – Crazy

24. Queen – Another One Bites the Dust / Fela Kuti

25. White Stripes – 7 Nation Army / Apathy

26. Busta Rhymes – Don’t Touch Me

27. Sean Paul – Burnin / Yaz – Situation

28. Machel Montana – Around the World

29. Lil Jon &Pit Bull – Defense Remix

30. Nina Sky – Move Ya Body / Salt N Pepa – Push It

31. Tone Loc – Funky Cold Medina / Outkast – Bombs Over Baghdad

32. Duffy feat. Game – Mercy

33. Kanye West – Love Lock Down

34. Mark Rae – Medicine

35. Chubb Rock – Treat Em Right / Lil Wayne & Mary J Blige

36. Elsewhere – outro

Posted by: Jonthecorner on February 23, 2009 @ 12:41 PM
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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
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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
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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
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