Jarrett you're a true G, thanks, thanks, thanks. Looking freshle in the manor now. No longer will Jammer, Capo & Ratty laugh at my Dunlop whites. According to Danny at RWD it's worse to wear the Dunlops with green. Not that I care too much, after all I've never been a sheep. I was wearing scuba diving suits to school for a laugh and I was bussing leg warmers and skirts over trousers long before it was deemed acceptable. Once again, and what?
Sunday, 31 July 2005
Kano- Remember Me (679)
Jammer - Semtex (Dub)
Doctor - Jealousy & Hate (Dub)
Lethal Bizzle ft Amina - Do It (V2)
Misty Dubs ft. Big Seek, Purple, Ghetto, Shyam - Silence (True Tiger)
Low Deep ft Kano, Doctor, Ghetto - Get Set (Run The Road 2)
1Xtra Allstars (Dub)
Napper, Shizzle, Fresh - Cha Vocal (Dub)
Nio ft Jammer & Skepta - I Do Me (Dub)
Lethal Bizzle - The Best (V2)
Mitchell Bros - Routine Check
TNT ft Lady Mayhem - Get Loose (Dub)
D Producer ft Red Rum & Ruff Squad - Untitled (Dub)
***Stamina, L Man, Doctor, Stats, Fenda, Bearman, Solo, Killer P,
Desperado, Venom, Blazor, Boobsie on the mic, DJ Gambit in the mix***
***Stamina & Blazor chat to Cameo***
JME - Serious Remix (Run The Road 2)
Rug Rat & Dis Man - End Parts 2 (Dubplate)
Scandalous Unlimited ft Carly Bond & MC Purple - My Life Cameo Special (True Tiger)
Jon E Cash - So Many (Black Ops)
Bruza ft Krucial & Triple Threat - So Real (Aftershock)
Ruff Squad ft Wiley - Together (Dub)
4x4 Power Hour
Jon E Cash - Dub
Charlie Sezz - Flatline (Dub)
Qualifide - Bad Man 3 (Dub)
Wideboys - Untitled (White)
Golden Productions ft Simone Flash Gordon - Whatever U Want (Delinquent Remix) (Dub)
Matt Jam Lamont - Over (Solo)
Club Asylum - Club Lonely (Urban Dubs)
MJ Cole ft Laura Vane - Water Tight (Misty Dubs Remix) (White)
Jon E Cash - Idea (Black Ops)
J Sweet ft.Aaron- Going Through (Delinquent remix) (Sweetbeetz)
Club Asylum - Sexual Healing (Urban Dubs)
ODM ft Mary Turner - It Doesn't Have to be This Way (White)
MJ Cole & Wideboys ft Vula - Body Language (White)
R.Kane & Domino - Step Back (Dezz Jones Remix) (Dub)
Kano - Nobody Don't Dance No More (679)
It's nothing but love fam! Making himself known at the moment, Skepta's moving differently. I gotta shower him in extra niceness cause he's put me in a lyric. Spanks a lot. Sketpa 'Single' is out now or you can listen back to some realness on Logan's Kiss Show from last Thursday.
http://www.bunkerlounge.com.br and http://www.submusica.com/brunobelluomini
Bruno Belluomini "Voh Keimah! (Dub Mix)"
Bruno Belluomini featuring Jimmy Luv "Voh Keimah! (Jimmy Luv Remix)"
Itch 5th Birthday Jam 2005! Thursday 11th August 2005. Night runs from 9pm - 3am @ Electric Ballroom, 184 Camden High Street, London NW1
Music policy is Hip Hop with a touch of Bashment
P.A.s from Lord Gosh & Banana Klan feat. DJ MK, Blak Twang, Skinnyman, Sway and Sun Cycle
£10 before 11pm, more thereafter. Dress code is Casual. Nearest tube is Camden Town. For more info please call 07947 355086
Monday's Jumpoff is all about the Pillow Fight Special where you can win £50 and 2 Tickets to the Coach Carter Launch (register now: 07944 781 401)
Tickets are £5 plus booking fee from seetickets.com / 0870 060 3777 or £5 (no b/f) from Astoria or Jazz Cafe Box Offices. NO FILMING: There are no unsolicited camcorders allowed in the venue. MEAN FIDDLER 165 Charing Cross Road, London WC2 (tube: Tottenham Crt Rd. Nxt to Astoria). Eight young ladies will go head to head in five jaw droppin Pillow Fight bouts. For others looking to battle there's the STREETBALL BATTLE - Call JUMP OFF HOTLINE 07944 781 401, B-BOY PAIRS - Call JUMP OFF HOTLINE 07944 781 401 CREW STREET DANCE BATTLE - Call JUMP OFF HOTLINE 07944 781 401, PRODUCER BATTLE - Auditions take place every Jump Off from 9pm to 10pm. Last entries are taken at 9:45pm.
MC RAP BATTLE - If you're not seeded you must audition on the night. Auditions take place by the cloakroom during the Producer Battle (approx. 11:30pm). Audition battles are 30 seconds. The 4 nicest BATTLE MCs advance onto the Battle. Once you are a seeded MC on our database you will not need to audition again or pay to enter the venue if you battle. BOOTY SHAKIN BATTLE - Call JUMP OFF HOTLINE 07944 781 401. NO JEANS Allowed.
Sorry didn't get this one up sooner, life's manic. I don't whether Wiley turned up or what popped but apparently Berlin were expecting a heatwave on Friday so who know's if this shit was too hot to handle? Christian also directed me to 'shitty socialist-style towerblock' over at http://www.voco-me.de/blog/images/gt2_hellersdorf.jpg. He tells me the kids who posted this picture live there and are full-on grime-nutcases. People have been going mad for their podcast, live-sets of the parties over at www.grimetime.de.
Wednesday, 27 July 2005
Mike Skinner’s record label The Beats presents a night of new music, MCs and general all-round carnage at Brixton’s Plan B on Thursday 28 July.
The Mitchell Brothers and friends will be dropping an exclusive live PA, with DJ sets from Cameo (1Xtra) and DJ Fidgit, not forgetting a live audio-visual mash-up with plenty of new unheard tracks and unseen footage. Come and get mashed with the experts…
Tuesday, 26 July 2005
Sunday, 24 July 2005
Saturday, 23 July 2005
ATLANTIC RECORDS & THE JUMP OFF PRESENT
THE MISSY ELLIOTT UK STREET DANCE CHAMPIONSHIPS, B-BOY PAIRS & CREW STREET DANCE BATTLES. 1st PRIZE AN ALL EXPENSES PAID TRIP TO NEW YORK, USA ADIDAS APPAREL, SIGNED MISSY ELLIOTT PLATINUM DISCS.
HEATS: BIRMINGHAM SAT 13th AUGUST
LONDON SUN 14th AUGUST, MANCHESTER SAT 20th AUGUST, LEEDS SUN 21st AUGUST VENUES TO BE ANNOUNCED. GRAND FINAL: MEAN FIDDLER, LONDON SUN 28th AUGUST. email@example.com
"Sunshine Garage Anthems Vol I" - DJ Excel [CD] The hottest vocal garage Anthems mixed by DJ Excel £6.99
"Raw Talent Vol I" - DPM Recordings (DVD) Feat Napper vs Trim & Ghetto vs Bashy and many more £9.99
"Spot Rushers Vol I" - Y3 (DVD) Feat Dirty Firm, Rattlepace, Meridian and many more £9.99
"North West At Large" - Gunfinger Productions (DVD) Over 5 hours of footage.... ft: SLK, Bashy, Renegade Boys, Musical Mob and many more £14.99
"I Got Lyrics" - SLK, Crazy T, D Double E [CD + DVD] It's what the roadz have been waiting for £9.99
"Talk On Road Vol I" - Harm City (DVD) Feat: Harm City, D Double E, Crazy titch, Flirta D and more £9.99
Tuesday, 19 July 2005
Spread the word... a rare opportunity to get upfront and personal with Kano himself!
Sunday, 17 July 2005
Enhanced CD: feat. 2 Avenue videos, new track Thinking Of You and Wiley remix of When I'm Ere,
CD: feat. When I'm Ere, 12": feat. Thinking Of You and Wiley remix of When I'm Ere
Check out Roll Deep perform on TV:
Xchange - Thursday 21st 4.30pm (CBBC)
TRL - Friday 22nd 6pm (MTV)
CD:UK - Sunday 24th 9.25am (ITV)
Visit the website to win an Xbox, get ringtones, watch videos and find hidden content!
Friday, 15 July 2005
2. Alias - Alias EP (White)
3. Roll Deep - In At The Deep End Sampler (Relentless)
4. Bossman - Bongo Eyes VIP (White)
5. Dexplicit feat. Nana, Baby Blue & Fumin - One Night Stand (DXE Recs)
6. Wiley - Sidewinder (White)
7. Avalanche and Ghetto - Simple Minded MC's (AV Recs)
8. Donae'o -United (White)
9. IMP Batch - Fusion (A.R.M.Y)
10. J Sweet - Going Through (Sweet Beat Recordings)
Compiled by Sparky @ Rhythm Division, Roman Road, Bow E3. You can listen to audiio in this chart at www.rhythmdivision.co.uk
On Friday 26th August, Smoove will be hosting ‘The Grand Finale’ that will invite a long list of Smoove players, past and present, to the decks and stage. In the main room will be residents Shortee Blitz and Masterstepz alongside Rampage and various live PA’s still to be confirmed. The Bar will see the return of original R&B resident Matt White with Chippie, Swerve & Semtex and hosts Klarkie & Skinz. Over in the Baby Box, yesteryear Smoove will be represented via preceding UKG resident Norris Windross alongside Pied Piper, Mikee B, Artful Dodger and MC Ranking.
A farewell party for the urban scene’s most adored club night. It is going to be huge and it is going to be sad but the future is going to be exciting. Smoove would like to say a HUGE thank you to all those who have played a part and shown continued love and support.
Brand new updates to the official MC B Live website now include a new set featuring Faction G and the Committee, pictures from the massive Roskilde Festival in Denmark, Ayia Napa dates, B Live Club listings etc... His album is also nearly finished and has some massive features on there including tracks from Davinche, Wiley, Jon E Cash and many more! www.mcblive.com
Here is the new line-up and running order for the main stage:
12.30 - 01.15 Eska
01.25 - 01.50 Modeste Hugues
01.55 - 02.00 Fundamental
02.05 - 02.30 Kano
02.40 - 03.00 JJC & 419 Squad (with full live band)
03.10 - 03.40 Terri Walker
03.40 - 04.05 speeches [Ken Livingstone, Lee Jasper, etc]
04.05 - 05.05 Billy Bragg & Suggs and members of Madness
05.15 - 06.15 Lemar
06.20 - 07.05 Goldie Lookin Chain
07.10 - 07.35 Mitchell Brothers
07.45 - 08.05 Raghav
08.10 -?08.20 Heather Smalls
There are many other attractions, too, such as:
Crescent Stage, music and dance hosted by Shazia Mirza:
Necmi / Michaela & Naor, The Hakaya, Moroccan Roll Convention, Poets of Rhythm, Amina & Smadj / Michaela & Naor, Luda Mix, Oojami and Necmi Kalvi
Big Cuba Fiesta, hosted by Rob Miller:
DJs from Club Clandestino, Paseo Malanga, Conga dance class with Mario Lopez-Goicoechea and Paseo Malanga, Stylo Prohibido, Jesus Cutino y su Son de Cuba, Omar Puentes y Raices Cubanas
African Village, hosted by Victor Daniels , DJ Wala and Paulina Oduro:
Chief Nana and Ambrepon Drummers opening call, Adig Youth Choir, Emmanuel the Magnificent, DJ Wala, Abdul Tee-Jay's Rokoto, Young Faces of Africa, Toju - Comedian, Masquerade with Kaago, Ethio Tradition, Women of Africa: Rose Teteh Ade & Betty Nsubuga & Amy Coco, Gbedu Resurrection, Comedy/DJ Wala, Congoallstars
Mela Stage, hosted by Nihal, Murtz and Sangeeta Sabharwal:
Fusion, Lost Luggage, Threebee, Sona Family, Yam Boy, Sunit & Raxstar, Serese
Crisis Comedy Marquee:
Rudi Lickwood, Curtis Walker, Shappi Khorsandi, Shazia Mirza, Quincy, Patrick Monahan, Tony Hendriks, Kojo, Inder Manocha, Angie McEvoy, Ayesha Hazarika
PRS Urban Stage - emerging and unsigned acts:
The Freestyle Crew, UK Unsigned, Undercover Magazine, Bigga Fish, Elastic Artists, UK Unsigned, Invincible Magazine, Overground
Dave VJ, Soul Jazz Soundsystem, Ross Allen, Trojan Sound System
Wednesday, 13 July 2005
Monday, 11 July 2005
Thomas Jefferson: The advertisement is the most truthful part of a newspaper.
Edith Sitwell: The public will believe anything, so long as it is not founded on truth.
Abigail Adams: We have too many high sounding words, and too few actions that correspond with them.
Paul Valery: The trouble with our times is that the future is not what it used to be.
Will Durant: Civilization begins with order, grows with liberty, and dies with chaos
Havelock Ellis: The more rapidly a civilization progresses, the sooner it dies for another to rise in its place.
W. Somerset Maugham: It is not wealth one asks for, but just enough to preserve one's dignity, to work unhampered, to be generous, frank and independent.
Moshe Dayan: If you want to make peace, you don't talk to your friends. You talk to your enemies.
Malcolm X: You can't separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has his freedom.
Soren Kierkegaard: People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought which they seldom use.
Jules de Gaultier: Imagination is the one weapon in the war against reality.
Mark Twain: The human race has one really effective weapon, and that is laughter.
Sir Winston Churchhill: For myself I am an optimist - it does not seem to be much use being anything else.
Susan Jeffers: We have been taught to believe that negative equals realistic and positive equals unrealistic.
Benjamin Franklin: Do not anticipate trouble, or worry about what may never happen. Keep in the sunlight.
Joseph Addison: What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity. These are but trifles, to be sure; but, scattered along life's pathway, the good they do is inconceivable.
***URGENT MISSING PERSON APPEAL***
Christian 'Njoya' Small, aged 28, was last seen
leaving his home at 7:55am on the morning of Thursday 7th July 2005. He was travelling from Walthamstow on route to work in Holborn. He is believed to have travelled through Kings Cross on the Piccadilly line. Christian never arrived at his destination and has not been heard from since Thursday morning.
This is a desperate appeal on behalf of his friends
and family. Please distribute this information and
contact any of the following people if you have any
leads as to (1)Christian's whereabouts, &/or (2) the
whereabouts of the vehicle he had used for the first
part of his journey (Mitsubishi Colt Hatchback,
colour: Silver, registration: P605 RWY)
Charles - 07810 806 902
Dexter - 07747 022 449
Simone - 07961 995 013
Home - 020 8281 6132
Officer Gary Jopling - 07984 728 824
Friday, 8 July 2005
Thursday, 7 July 2005
It's a horrible day. Mixed emotions. I feel guilty for being sad when I'm ok and so many aren't, I think it's the shock. The sound of emergency vehicles isn't letting up and the phones still aren't working properly.
It's amazing what a difference 10 minutes in your day can make. I was running late so got to Old St just as they were closing station. Despite hearing a bomb had perhaps gone off at Liverpool Street (the helicopters and speeding police seemed to back this up) still got on the bus towards Kings Cross, worrying about being late to work. I've got lanyards to deal with don't you know. Getting stressed about buses being to full. You always think it won't be you don't you?
Just before arriving at the station the driver was alerted to a bus bomb. By this point there were about 30 buses just waiting, not knowing where to go or what was actually going on. One by one engines switched off. Next the glimpses of walking wounded. No phones working. Panic. Sirens.
Until I got into Shoreditch it was a different World. Hundreds of people just wondering around, waiting at bus stops, not knowing... I opened the front door and the relief hit me. Back home it's peaceful and you wouldn't know anything had happened. But it has.
And I don't know what to say. n.b To save confusion note this picture is not from today
Wednesday, 6 July 2005
FRIDAY 8TH JULY, LIVE MUSIC FRIDAYS, STRATFORD CIRCUS, LONDON E15, 7.00pm – 12.00am, G-HOP LIVE
Following their packed night at Live in W1 last week, the Phink Kings’ new underground movement and prolific mix CD series bring part 2 of the G-Hop experience to Stratford Circus for a one-off night of hot new London beats and street fashion.
Live: SWAY (‘Flo Fashion’ / ‘This Is My Demo’), TANTRUM, SHORTMAN WOLVERINE, ORANGE, NOVOCAINE / WAYNE McNEISH / G-RANGE. DJs: RAWHEED ENTERTAINMENT + a G-Hop presentation and fashion show. Exclusive G-Hop merchandise and the full CD series available on the night. “We are no longer just spitters, MCs, singers, poets or lyricists. We are a musical industrial revolution.” Tickets: £5 / £3 concessions available on the door on the night. Trains: Stratford station (Central / Jubilee / DLR / North London Lines). Infoline: 0208 536 0630 or e-mail G-Hop direct: G-Hop@hotmail.co.uk. Look out for the G-Hop CD covermount on a forthcoming issue of Touch magazine
Tuesday, 5 July 2005
Monday, 4 July 2005
UKRecordShop.com pull out yet another first in the industry... meet their thing. It will be driven around London town everyday and seen at major festivals, concerts & events. We just need a name for it now. Can you name it? Reply with suggestions on their forum and the best name will get a £10 gift voucher to spend on the site.
Friday 15th July 2005 @ The Rhythm Factory, 16-18 Whitechapel Road, London E1 1EW, Tube: Aldgate East, 9pm-3am > £5 before 11pm/NUS > £8 otherwise. firstname.lastname@example.org > info line 07890 371 097 www.rhythmfactory.co.uk > 020 7375 3774
About Jammer: Hailing from Leytonstone, East London, producer/MC/hype man Jammer is one of the key figureheads of the grime/garage scene: big tunes include Fire Hydrant and Destruction VIP (featured on the Run The Road compilation). The former N.A.S.T.Y. Crew member (now running his own clique, Jah Mek The World) smashed it in New York earlier this year alongside 17-year-old protege Ears and MC D Double E in one of grime's first forays into North America. Jammer's also worked with godfather of grime Wiley (Roll Deep), Lethal B (More Fire Crew) and Riko Dan and remixed the big man of UK hip hop, Roots Manuva, as well as finding time to launch the successful DVD series Lord of the Mic! His incendiary live performances - some call him the Lil' Jon of grime - have earned him a reputation as the most rewound artist around. Like he says...Neckle! "A brilliant grime pioneer" - The New York Times, "The crowd were obviously loving it, loving it, loving it" - Chantelle Fiddy on Jammer in New York.