Thursday, June 18, 2009

India.Arie - The Heart Of The Matter / Umbrella (Live)

Lord Finesse vs Percee P (1989) [PART 1]

Lord Finesse vs Percee P (1989) [PART 2]

Lord Finesse vs Percee P (1989) [PART 2]

Millie Jackson - Cheatin' Is (Fantastic Soul From 1978)

Millie Jackson - Leftovers

Aretha Franklin - I Can't Get No Satisfaction (Original footage from 1967)

Dorothy Moore - Misty Blue

Millie Jackson - My Man, A Sweet Man

Marvin Gaye on piano in Belgium - Come Get To This, Distant Lover

Staff Benda Bilili's"Avramandole" - Choregraphy by V12

Tuesday, June 09, 2009

(made this flyer so always curious what the reactions are ;-))

Saturday, June 06, 2009

IYB Podcast N° 5: Phonetics

Looks like i forgot to post several mixes of me here. So there you go ;-)

If you saw Phonetics at the InYourBass party on the 20th of March then you know he's one of the biggest dj's in the country at the moment.
This young talent is the next artist to deliver us a podcast...and as forseen, this one's a killer!
Time to upgrade ur playlist!

Phonetics on his mix: When they asked me to play on dubstep parties my selection goes from Dubstep, Grime to Garage, I like Dubstep in the direction of 2562, Kode 9 & Burial but I also enjoy Kromestar, Benga or the whole Grime, UK Garage & Bassline thing. On parties where other music gets played my record choice goes from Funk, Hip Hop, Breaks, Niche, Kuduro, Minimal, House and much more. I find it hard to focus on one genre, but Dubstep is an excellent genre to mix other music with, so that gives me the opportunity to make eclectic mixes by still playing just a "Dubstep set".

InYourBass asked me to do an eclectic mix (like I did on the IYB New Years party). The mix starts of with some UK Garage that goes to 4*4 Bassline Garage, then makes a small trip through Grime and Dubstep followed with some Crunk. After that I'm moving into some Soca with then again some Crunk and in between unexpected tunes. For this mix, I tried to make it as versatile as possible but still with the UK Bass as the main influence.


and remember:

01. D-Tune: Just An Organ.
02. Isaac Cristopher: Love With Me.
03. Box Clever: Talk To Me.
04. Monie Love: Slice Of Da Pie (ELB Dub Mix)
05. White Label
06. Dub Syndicate: Feel The Music
07. Asylum Seekers: Olde Garage
08. Dj Nrg Ee: Playing With Knives
09. Genuis Crew: Boom Selection Remix
10. Tiny Tempa: Tears (BurgaBoy Remix)
11. Dj Tex: Hot Pants
12. Frederic Galliano Kuduro Sound System: Ate Quando
13. Smasher: Back In The Days 4*4 Remix
14. Dexplicit: Steamtrain
15. Newham Generals: Tetsuya's Theme
16. White Label
17. TLC: Silly Ho
18. DMZ: Haunted
19. Geeneus Ft. Riko, Wiley & Breeze: Knife & Gun
20. Joker & Rustie: Play C
21. T-Pain Ft. R. Kelly, Pimp C, Too Short, MJG, Twista & Paul Wall: Im In Love (Wit A Stripper)
22. Lil Jon Ft. Lil Scrappy: What U Gon' Do
23. Dj Godfather: Like A Ho
24. Iwer George: Gimme Ah Bligh
25. Doug La: Massive Gosine
26. Benjai: Over & Over
27. Dizzee Rascal: Jus A Rascal
28. Dem Franchize Boyz: Riddin' Rims
29. Twista Ft. Juvenile & Speedknot Mobstaz: Out Here
30. The Killah Kuts: Make That Ass Talk

Get the mix here.

Friday, June 05, 2009

PBS Independent Lens - Crips and Bloods: Made in America (1/11) - Click on the movie for the other parts

Hip Hop oldschool Belgium

Sunship feat. Warrior Queen - Almighty Father (Never knew that they made a videoclip)

Gerald Levert: Casanova (found this one on vinyl some time ago - i love it)