Archive for July, 2010
Big up to my man DJ Boomshot for introducing me to this tune. I’m lovin this track from Joggo featuring Jah Decko called “Caught Ya!”. Check out the niceness and pass it along… (*The intro sound quality isn’t the best…but let it play and the full audio and video kick in):
Boomshot has been introducing folks to quality reggae music for quite a while now. I actually became familiar with his reggae show long before I met him back in Chico, California. He’s now residing in Maui and has a weekly show on Q103 where he continues to bring the boom sound to the massive. I’m planning on posting reminder links to his shows here and again, with links to download them.
I’m definitely looking forward to more stuff from Joggo and Jah Decko too. Boom!
I can hear the General Lee’s engine rev and the Duke boys cheering…
I guess some folks online have been disputing whether this was legit or not. It’s legit. I guess this crazy chick was just wasted and decided that she don’t slow down for punk-ass tollbooths. You go girl…
Have you been wondering if Gummy Bears could do more than just rot your teeth? Like, say fuel your car, like the future version of the Delorean in Back To The Future III that turned garbage into a power source?
After watching this, I’ve decided that I’m not buying a new car until the gummy bear fueled car is invented and sold. Gummy bears have always been safe and, unlike oil, I’ve never seen any disaster happen due to spillage. It looks to me like gummy bears are obviously some volatile little guys that must have been overlooked because they don’t have the apeall and sexiness that corn (biofuel) does. If I’m right, and let’s face it, I most likely am, we’re going to see a lot more of the gummy bear in the near future. Goodbye fossil fuels, hello gummy treats that will make the world go round!
*A little too over the top?
Here’s a little something that Askew and friends (TMD Crew) painted up. The Youthline House…which I think is in New Zeland(?). Peep the amount of colors used…hehehe:
Here’s a note from Askew about this piece:
“All up I think it took 3.5 months, not full time but just plugging away over most weekends. It was (in order) Me, Berst, Ryze, Saves, Pest5, Deus, Mark and Kost. The photo maybe doesn’t do the size of it justice but none of our pieces could be done while standing direct on the ground. It was pretty much all done in can except some roller fill in the clouds. I hate to think how many cans we used but I’m pretty certain Berst and I alone used in excess of 120 cans each.”
I’ve been bumpin this lately and so here it is for all ya’ll to grab and enjoy too. This is from Dj JS-1’s blog:
Dj Skizz of The Halftime Radio Show, and myself, DJ JS-1, got together to do another classic mix… (if you didnt already download “REPROGRAM” our first mixtape, check the older posts n download it!) So this time around we decided to do a full mix using ONLY remixes. Many of these remixes are rare, uncommon, or not played out. We tried to narrow it down to remixes we personally liked because there is soo many. Most of these tracks are from the 90’s era. We did miss a few, but there’s always vol 2. Sooo, while many other djays are lazy with wack music knowledge, i do everything i can to keep bringing you good music, classic tracks, some rare hiphop, and never jumping ship to play cornball commercial nonsense. I hope you enjoy and appreciate our mixes… please repost, re-blast, retweet, and tell a friend… thank you. DJ JS-1… Rock Steady Crew…
Grab the Mix: HERE
Check out this shiz from Volume Bikes…a lot of super funky tricks that are pretty fookin fresh:
This clip reminds me of old skate days, hanging out at spots that weren’t the best to skate at, but all of us would sit around and think of ways to skate them anyways. Basically, make it work.