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Haven’t heard a warriors sample in a while

One of the best mixes I have heard in a while. Great mash up of R&B, HipHop, Drum and Bass, House and Electro… Hot hot stuff. If you listen to one mix over the next month make this it.

A-Trak’s 10,000LB Hamburger tour kicks off this Wednesday (6.17) with a star-studded Bacardi B-Live date at M2 Ultra Lounge aka Mansion aka Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film There Will Be Bottles aka come get jiggy with us thanks to your FREE TICKETS from GBH, which you can get by RSVPing here.

(Via FOOL’S GOLD.)

Repost from Discobelle:

Great find from the folks over at Discobelle. Nothing makes me want to get on my bike and ride to the nearest party and dance more than this video!

(Via Discobelle.net.)

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Yeah, it’s the Mecca of Donk; the heard of Donk. Literally there’s a load of Donk that goes on.

VBS.TV just re-discovered high BPM house music now called Donk and exploits it by calling it some new sound. If your interested in check out the full 5 part series on the “Donk Phenomenon” head over to VBS to be mildly bored by a rehashing of a genre as old as electronic music.

(Via Discobelle.net.)

Normally when re-posting a blog post from one of the many awesome blogs out there I cut down the information to be relevant to me, and the people who read my blog, but the guys over at Palms Out are SOO on top of there shit. From mixing to blog posting that I am just going to leave this as is in all its original post glory. I heart you Palms Out.

“Its CMJ week once again in New York City and Palms Out is hosting the downstairs room at 205 Club on Friday October 24th. The whole club is being taken over from Thursday to Saturday by Famous Friends and Meanred. We were asked to host the downstairs on Friday and came up with a great line up of Palms Out artists and friends from all over the place!

Downstairs – Palms Out Sounds Showcase:
Egyptrixx (Toronto)
Ladybox (Copenhagen)
Alias (Toronto)
B. Rich (Boston)
AC Slater (Brooklyn)
Udachi (NYC)
Joeeirwin (Brooklyn)
Boody B (NYC/CPH)

Upstairs:
Anne Montone 10:00
Kalles World Tour 10:45
Hearts Revolution 11:30
Whomadewho 12:15
Walter Meego 1:00
Phenomenal Hand Clap Band 2:00

If that’s not enough:
-Open whiskey bar all night (get ready to make some morning after apology phone calls)
-Free cupcakes courtesy of Cupcake.Random
-Clothing giveaways from Cash Money Distribution

21+
205 Chrystie Street, Manhattan
9pm-4am (Get there early!)
This event is FREE, but you must RSVP to to get in.

Shwayze – ‘Buzzin‘ (AC Slater Remix)
Alias – ‘Work
Egyptrixx – ‘Use Magic to Kill Death
Firehouse – ‘Punani feat Lady Smita‘ (Ladybox vs Copyfokking Remix)
AC Slater – ‘Party Like Us‘ (Udachi Remix)

DJ Mix: Alias on Curbcrawlers Hype FM (Tracklist)

DJ Mix: B. Rich – ‘Get Awesome

BONUS: Video of Udachi juggling

(Via Palms Out Sounds.)

So as you can see, you better go out to this. I would if I wasn’t in St. Louis.

An old old track that I used to listen to over and over again driving to and from parties in the northeast.

Big Stereo posted the original track on their blog today and it flashed me back to 2000 just like that.

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10 Yrs of Direct Drive Tour feat DJ Seoul – Buenos Aires & Brazil! from dj seoul on Vimeo.

Pretty awesome tribute to Direct Drives DJ’s Seoul’s south american tour. As always if you want to come out for an awesome event Direct Drive is always hosting a party.

Great tour recap video of Institubes domination of the USA.

Blackkat Mayday Jam 2008 from Steven Hubert on Vimeo.

Every year now for the past 10 years or so I have been making it my mission to go the Blackkat Mayday parties. There is just something so freaking awesome about dancing outside during the day with a bunch of older kids I danced with many years ago, families, old people, and new kids to the scene.

Today was no exception. Another great party by a crew I have loved for years. Big up’s Chrome, Jason BK, Grandmaster Caz, and of course Lenny Dee for laying down the jams.