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Monday, 4 April 2011

Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi go Roman!

This is the promo clip for a new project by the incredible Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi inspired by the Spagetti Western soundtracks of the 60's & 70's that features the talents of Jack Black and Norah Jones.

Looks and sounds pretty dope to me so thought I would share it with you!

Double click on the clip to watch it full screen!

Thursday, 31 March 2011

The Nike SB Dunks 2002-2009

Although my feet have not been on a skateboard few a good few years I can not help but love loads of the designs that the Nike SB peeps have been rocking in their dunk range!

Here is a pictorial archive of exactly what I am talking about taking you from 2002 right through to 2009.


Thursday, 24 March 2011

It's a sticker up!

You gotta love a good sticker and these 'Cheer Up Tube' and the latest batch of 'Dre Stickers' are right up there so why not get yaself some and stick em up there!

Tuesday, 8 March 2011

rbst x somr cubeecraft : j dilla (rip)

What can I say apart from joy! It combines 3 of my favourite things in the world!
Dilla & Toys & Origami!

In fact I have never tried origami but if I did then I am sure I would love it as much as I love these wicket cut out and fold toys by robeast and cubecraft.
Get yours HERE and why not look out for the brilliant MF Doom one they did last year too?

Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Still Shinging - Tribute to J-Dilla

This is a great film dedicated to the memory and genius of J-Dilla featuring his family and friends and including brilliant professional insight from the like of Common, ?uestlove, Phat Kat, Erkykah Badu & More!

"J.Dilla: Still Shining" from B.Kyle on Vimeo.

For the Dilla Tribute & Suite For Ma Dukes shirts from this year's event please check out www.dephect.com

Tuesday, 11 January 2011

DJ Premier's top 25 Albums of 2010

Each year the one and only king of the Boom Bap selects his top albums of the year on the following premise...

"I judge my list based on dope beats, dope rhymes, scratchin’ and cutting, creativity, uniqueness, originality, and overall packaging of the product’s integrity. I don’t care if you sold a million copies, that does not make it dope."

And here in reverse order they are....

25. Ice Cube – I Am The West

24. Bun B – Trill OG

23. Celph Titled & Buckwild – Nineteen Ninety Now

22. KRS-One & True Master – Meta-Historical

21. Nottz – You Need This Music
20. Little Brother – LeftBack

19. Roc Marciano – Marcberg

18. Murs & 9
th Wonder – Fornever

17. Eternia & MoSS – At Last

16. The Roots – How I Got Over

15. The Left – Gas Mask

14. Rah Digga – Classic

13. Gangrene – Gutter Water

12. Skyzoo & !llmind – Live from the Tape Deck

11. Drake – Thank Me Later
10. Fat Joe – The Darkside Vol. 1
09. Marco Polo & Ruste Ju
08. Rick Ross – Teflon Don

07. Freeway & Jake One – The Stimulus Package
06. Statik Selektah & Termanology – 1982
05. Scarface – Dopeman Music

04. Meth, Ghost & Rae – Wu Massacre

03. Strong Arm Steady – In Search of Stoney Jackson

02. DJ Premier Presents Year Round Records – Get Used To Us

01. Ghostface Killah – Apollo Kids

Check out Spin Doctor's Twelve 12's tribute mix to DJ Premier here


(top 25 originally posted on djpremierblog.com)

Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Video killed the radio star!

So with the advances in both home recording and editing equipment it has become easier than ever for people to make tunes and then go that one step further and make a video for it too. Through social network sites, video and music sharing sites it is now also easier for them to get these tunes heard and video seen without ever making it onto mainstream radio or TV but what is the point unless you are doing something a little different?

Here I wanted to shine a light on three videos that while done on a fraction of the budget on anything you are likely to see on MTV all show great imagination and different techniques to make something special for the promotion of the tunes.

The first two are UK efforts for mates The Nextmen and Rewd Adams (formerly Skandal) while the last is for US indie Hip-Hop stalwart J-Live. I'm gonna let them just speak for themselves!


The Nextmen ft Pupajim - Sofa

Rewd Adams - Suttin To Prove

J-Live - The Way That I Rhyme