Back in the mid 90s I got DJ Muro’s King of Diggin’ mixtape and it blew my mind – it was a mix of rare original samples that had been sampled on hip hop records using only original pressings – no compilations, no bootlegs. This was back when there was no internet, no youtube, no whosampled, so the effort put in to get these records was pretty astounding.
What I’ve done is a tribute to Muro’s tapes and others like it from Kon & Amir and Ken Sport where I mix up original samples (and some unused gems) that I’ve found over the years from scouring through car boot sales, charity shops and thrift stores worldwide. Expect to hear the originals from people like MF Doom, Kanye, De La, 9th Wonder and so much more… here it is – Car Boot Adventures aka Oxfam Jams aka Chazza Shop Gold!
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New volume of USED breaks from Fake Blood! In his own words…
Here is the 7th edition in my USED series.
I said I’d stop at 6, but I couldn’t really do that, could I?
As with all the previous volumes, it’s 100% original pressings of old tracks sampled in classic Hip Hop tunes, loaded into Serato (to save them getting wrecked and cos many of them are super rare), and then cut up on 2 copies.
Once again Chris Read has come up with the goods with this mix breaking down Souls of Mischief’s debut long player 93 Til Infinity down to the originals. Check the WhoSampled blog for the full track list…
Also you can check this recording from 2002 of Souls of Mischief live at Off The Hook.
Souls of Mischief 20th Anniversary on Mixcloud
For any of you that are still feeling the void left by Breaking Bad finishing this week this might help…
From BobaFett’s Mixcloud:
Consisting of 96% pure BReaking BAd music.
*DO NOT listen to this mix until you’ve watched the whole thing. SPOILERS, bitch!*
2.5 hrs | 110 tracks
At least 96% of these tracks are taken from the soundtrack across the 5 seasons.
The music & samples are not chronological, but I tried to keep the story straight, and split into seasons (half hour each).
So it’s roughly 74% correct overall.
Credit due to Thomas Golubic & team for sourcing/syncing the music throughout the show & Dave Porter for his score.
Thanks to Vince, Bryan, Aaron & all for cooking up pure magic.
Big shout out to my creative consultant on this mix, DJ Inka Hero.
Props to DJ Mo Fingaz for the artwork.
FAO: AMC legal big wigs –
I cooked this because I love the programme, yo. I don’t profess to own shit. I asked Saul. He said this right here falls in the realms of “fair use”, in the realms of non-profit, personal and educational use (Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976).
DJ BOBAFETT’S BAD BREAKS ON MIXCLOUD
DJ Moneyshot once again comes up with a winner with this mix for Solid Steel radio breaking down quite possibly the best rap album of all time It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back. STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.
Check out the Soundcloud for the full track list. “I guarantee you, no more music by the suckers…”
NEW MIX! Rob Pursey, J-Squared and myself got together and came up with this selection of soulful boogie/post disco and the like which we’ve put under the banner Analogue Dance Music. I’ve really enjoyed being involved with doing this alongside Squared and Rob and I hope you all enjoy it too.
STREAM #ADM ON MIXCLOUD
DOWNLOAD LINK FOR #ADM ON SOUTHERN HOSPITALITY
1. I Just Gotta Have You – Kashif
2. Put Your Heads Together – The O’Jays
3. Music – One Way
4. I Know You Care (U-Tern Edit) – Ethel Beatty
5. Chimi – Sine
6. Bring It On Up – Love Unlimited Orchestra
7. Glad To Know You (Todd Terje Edit) – Chaz Jankel
8. You And Me For Right Now – Teddy Pendergrass
9. Moment Of My Life (Shep Pettibone 12″ Remix) – Inner Life & Jocelyn Brown
10. The Get Mellow Sound – Players Association
11. All Because Of You – Beau Williams
12. No Frills – Taana Gardner
13. Standing Right Here – Melba Moore
14. Don’t Wanna See – Clifford Coulter
15. Perfumed Graden – Rah Band
16. I’m Out Of Your LIfe – Arnie’s Love
17. For Real – The Flowers
18. Give Me Some Emotion – Webster Lewis
19. Body Fusion – Starvue
20. Love Power – Bob James
Another favourite DJ of mine, Cosmo Baker, did this mix for the annual Roots picnic. Here’s what he had to say about it:
“At the 11th Hour it seemed like a good idea to write some sort of introduction to this mix and I gave it some thought as to what I was going to touch upon, but understand this is harder than it may seem. It’s difficult enough to capture everything that this collection of artists is about in the futile medium that’s one single mixtape. In the same regard, much like their entire career it’s almost impossible to pin down what The Roots, and Okayplayer are all about with just words. And that right there just may be the point.
I could take it back to 1992 or 93 when I first met these two dudes Ahmir and Tariq and this could be the story of “Philly dudes done well” or I could talk about the parallels of all or our respective career arcs and all that jazz. Or I could talk about how just some local musicans and DJs from South and West Philly have transformed into global music and cultural ambassadors.
But to me it comes down to one thing – love. The love that one has that makes one do what they do. It’s not for the money of the fame, but for the love of music that is the single reason why we’re in this game. That’s the greatest commonality that we all share, and one of the reasons why Okayplayer is what it is today in 2013. Perhaps it’s something in our mutual Philly history, and its collective cultural fiber; from being in that one time at that one place. I don’t know, but I do know one thing: I grew up with all this, and so when I was asked to contribute this mix, it was more than an honor. It felt like I was coming back home.”
– Cosmo Baker, 2013
DJ Premier “Young Gifted & Black Intro”
Gang Starr “Full Clip”
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis “Thrift Shop”
The Roots “Dynamite”
How To Dress Well “Running Back”
Sonnymoon feat. Melo-X “Htlv (Houstatlantavegas) (Melo-X Remix)”
Naughty By Nature “Hip-Hop (DJ Scene 2013 Remix)
Trinidad James “All Gold Everything (Emynd NOLA Bounce Remix)
Robert Glasper “Black Radio feat. Yasin Bey (Pete Rock Remix)”
The Gaslamp Killer “Anything Worse”
The Roots “The Seed 2.0″
Solange “Losing You”
Jennah Bell “Monster Killer”
Solange “Sandcastle Disco”
The Roots “How I Got Over”
Duck Sauce “Grand Steppin”
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis “Can’t Hold Us feat. Ray Dalton”
A-Trak “Tuna Melt feat. Tommy Trash (Grandtheft Remix)”
Jay-Z & Kanye “Niggas In Paris”
Trinidad James “Females Welcome”
AraabMuzik “The Prince Is Coming”
The Gaslamp Killer “Impulse feat. Daedelus”
Kendrick Lamar “Backseat Freestyle”
A$AP Rocky “Goldie”
Gang Starr “Above The Clouds feat. Inspectah Deck”
Robert Glasper “Twice feat. Solange (?uestlove’s Twice Baked Remix)”
Gary Clark Jr. “The Life”
Joey Bada$$ “Waves”
Naughty By Nature “Jamboree feat. Zhane”
Smoke DZA “Gotham City feat. Joey Bada$$”
AraabMuzik “Hammer Dance”
The Roots “Act Too… The Love Of My Life feat. Common”
Shlohmo “Don’t Say No feat. How To Dress Well”