Saturday, June 12, 2010

Ring The Alarm playlist, BaseFM, June 12

Bill Withers - You got the stuff
Crabs Corporation meets King Hammond - Bring down the birds
Roots radics - Patrolling
Cornell Campbell - Rope in
Derrick Morgan - I'm the ruler
Viceroys - Let him go
Alton Ellis - I've got a date
Paragons - Tide is high
Gregory Issacs - Mind u dis
Ariya astrobeat arkestra - Crosstown traffic
Roy Ayers - Africa, centre of the world
Quantic - I just fell in love again
Electric wire hustle - Longtime
Diplomats of solid sound - Hurt me so - Lack of afro remix
Architeq - Birds of dub - Architeq version
Blundetto - Nautilus - dub version
RSD - Kingfisher
Kode9 - You don't wash - dub mix
Doug Carns - Tropic sons
Commodores - Thumpin music
Kid Creole and the coconuts - I'm a wonderful thing baby
Gladys Knight and the Pips - Aint no sun since you've been gone
Staple singers - Funky love, Take your own time
War - Galaxy
Pilooski - AAA
M - Pop muzik - Dub Specer and Trance Hill remix
Eeek a mouse  -Wa do dem - Andres Digital Cumbia remix

Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Listen: Wanda Jackson - You know I'm no good

Produced by Jack White (White Stripes, Dead Weather etc), song is by Amy Winehouse. From a forthcoming album produced by Mr White.

Wanda Jackson (the queen of Rockabilly) plays Wellington's San Francisco Bath House, Monday June 21, and plays Auckland's Kings Arms (Tuesday June 22). Listen here.
Hat tip to BlahBlahScience for pic and audio.

Shock Publishing in liquidation

From Billboard: "Powerhouse Australian independent music group Shock has closed three of its companies, including its music publishing arm.

Citing the global financial crisis, prolonged tough trading conditions and ever-changing consumer behavior, the Melbourne-based firm has placed its Shock Music Publishing arm into voluntary liquidation, with effect from June 7. Shock Publishing GM Clive Hodson is among the staff let go.

Also, Shock's One Stop Entertainment and Shock units have been placed into voluntary administration, with effect from June 8.

In a statement, the multi-faceted music and entertainment company says, "It is business as usual for our core Shock Entertainment businesses, and we will continue in our endeavor to maintain and enhance Shock Entertainment's position as the leading independent label and distributor of music and home video in Australia and New Zealand."

Full story here

Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Kode9 get rinsed

Kode9 (Hyperdub) serve up the latest editon of the DJ series DJ Kicks, out June 22. Heres a wee sneak preview, for download free.

Kode9- "You Don't Wash" (dub) (stream) (download)

Taken from his forthcoming DJ-KiCKS mix, Kode9's "You Don’t Wash" is, much like the mix CD, an amalgamation of his current influences. The track jumps with personality, the 4x4 kick drum pulse shuffling itself a touch to create a bombastic groove that is peppered with glassy hi hats and marimba. It’s not that obvious that it’s a Kode9 production until the thick chords appear around the two minute mark, careering into earshot suddenly, elevating the atmosphere and sporadic ascending bass snatches perfectly.

1. Lone - Once In A While
2. Aardvarck - Revo
3. Kode9 - Blood Orange
4. Kode9 - You Don't Wash (Dub) (DJ-KiCKS)
5. Cooly G - Phat Si
6. Ill Blu - Bellion
7. Ikonika - Heston
8. Scratcha DVA - Jelly Roll
9. Mr Mageeka - Different Lekstrix
10. Grievous Angel - Move Down Low
11. Sticky feat. Natalie Storm - Look Pon Me
12. Sticky - Jumeirah Riddim Sequel
13. Mujava - Pleaze Mugwanti
14. DVA - Natty
15. Aardvaarck - Re Spoken (Nubian Mindz Released Mix)
16. Morgan Zarate feat. Sarah Ann Webb - M.A.B.
17. Rozzi Daime - Dirty Illusions
18. Zomby - Spiralz
19. Kode9 - It
20. J*DaVeY - Mr. Mister
21. Digital Mystikz - 2 Much Chat
22. Terror Danjah - Stiff
23. Digital Mystikz - Mountain Dread March
24. Zomby - Godzilla
25. Digital Mystikz - Mountain Dread March (Reprise)
26. Addison Groove - Footcrab
27. Kode9 vs. LD - Bad
28. Maddslinky - Cargo
29. Ramadanman - Work Them
30. Terror Danjah - Bruzin (VIP)
31. The Bug - Run (feat. Flo Dan)

Monday, June 07, 2010

New video from Damian Marley and Nas

Off the album Distant Relatives, tune is As We Enter, which samples Mulatu.

Stax o wax

Mean sounding, chopped up Stax tunes, check it via Crate Kings.

"Such notable artists as Issac Hayes, Booker T & the MG’s, Albert King, Otis Redding, the Bar-Kays, and Rufus Thomas provided the foundation for the tracks while each producer sampled, chopped, flipped, reworked, and added some of their own soul to create something uniquely inspiring and new. The compilation, which consists of 37 tracks original tracks, was mixed by Rafferty and features original artwork by Flipa."