Good Morning .:Jul 07 09:.
HILARIOUS .:Jul 04 09:.
FONG FONG SCRATCH? .:Jul 04 09:.
Came across this on youtube. The cuts are pretty amazing. What makes this video so sick is the video editing...I can't figure out how the hell they did this!
INSTANT FUNK! .:Jul 03 09:.
check out this promo mix in our podcast section:
Ladies and gents, lovers and friends, it's time to get down!
We think it's high time for a little something different..
Join us at the rhythm lounge on July 12th, where DJs THUMBPRINT and DOPESHOES will be turnin it out with disco, boogie, and funk all night long!
Everything from old jams to fresh heat, strictly ass-dropping grooves and foot-stomping beats.
Leave the bubblegum to the kiddies, we're bringing the funk!
Hit up firstname.lastname@example.org for guestlist!
Exile & DJ Day...MJ Tribute .:Jul 02 09:.
Yet again another DJ Day and Exile vid....tt seems like they can't ever do wrong.
Do The Right Thing-20 Years .:Jul 02 09:.
When I think of a provocative sensibility to film making a name on the top of the list is Spike Lee. Do The Right Thing
for me is the quintessential cinematic piece of Spike Lee's collected
work that holds the most provocation. Without getting into all of the
countless political and socio-economic underlying messages in Do The Right Thing (which
would take a whole blog dedicated entirely to this movie and endless
chapters/entries) I would like to acknowledge the impact that this film
had. From critics saying this film would incite riots to being
mentioned as the best film from the 1980's Spike Lee had a huge impact
on the way we see each other with this film. Roger Ebert said this
about the release of the movie:
'Spike Lee has given more genuine and varied images of black people than in the last 20 years of American movies put together.'