Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Harvard Bass

Attention fellow House heads: Gather ’round and freshen up with something very special from Harvard Bass.

If you’re even the slightest bit involved with the sound resonating from camps such as Institubes/Sound Pellegrino, or Fool’s Gold (and trust, the list doesn’t end there) there’s no possible way you’ve missed your dose of Harvard Bass – His tracks are being dropped EVERYWHERE.

His aesthetic is on a very distinct house tip. Refreshing, minimal, and injected with just enough ‘jack’ to get you moving every single time. If you haven’t yet check out this Cinco de Mayo mix – Slightly dated at this point, but an absolutely lush selection of tracks.

Harvard Bass Cinco De Mayo Mix

01. intro
02. J. Phlip – Besgrl
03. Renaissance Man – Aloha
04. Solo-Congoloid (Minimow rmx)
05. Harvard bass – 81 (Renaissance Man RMX) -
06. Frankie – Salute!
07. Lily allen – its not fair (style of eye rmx)
08. Dusty kid – Plumbi
09. Afrojack – Polka Dots
10. Idiotproof – Gorilla
11. Ramon Tapia – Just me
12. Franky Rizardo – voodoo
13. italoboyz – Downtown

Drop The Lime – Set Me Free (Harvard Bass Remix)

Here is Harvard Bass’ take on the Drop The Lime track ‘Set Me Free’ due to release from the dark low-end depths of the T&B label very very soon. The tune takes the jackin’ dark elements of the original and mutates them into a crisp house banger. Check it, and definitely all of the EP. It’s filled with very big tracks.

NYC, you can catch him in the mix extremely soon! Nov. 11th at ELLA for another episode of ‘No Escape from NY’ with the Trouble & Bass crew. Dress to sweat – I’ll endorse that this will be a huge show, people!

Read more on Harvard Bass, “Presenting Harvard Bass“, from May 2008 on TM.

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Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Black Strobe & Arnaud Rebotini US Dates

What connects Norwegian death metal, French club anthems and London super-producer Paul Epworth? It sounds like a particularly intractable example of the six degrees of separation game. However, these seemingly irreconcilable points on the musical compass are linked by French dance rock four-piece Black Strobe. A simple enough answer. The explanation is going to take a little bit longer.

Not as long as it took the band – Arnaud Rebotini (vocals and programming), David ‘Siskid’ Shaw (guitars and keyboards), Bastien Burger (bass and keyboards) and Benjamin Beaulieu (drums) – to record their debut album, however. Burn Your Own Church is a record ten years in the making. Happily, it’s worth the wait. Few bands manage to combine guitars and electronics as successfully as Black Strobe.

Black Strobe – I’m a Man – Audion’s Donation Mix

Friday May 8th, 2009
JORDAN Z. (resident)

Thursday May 14th, 2009

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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Mar. 24 – Bloc Party Afters feat. Kele Okereke & Jubilee @ LPN, NYC

Bloc Party – Mercury – Extended Mix

Following their sold out live show at Terminal 5 , come hang out with the band, as Bloc Party’s front man, Kele Okereke DJ’s with Jubilee at LPN.

Tuesday – March 24, 2009
Official Bloc Party After Party
feat. DJ set by Kele of Bloc Party & Jubilee

No more submissions accepted at this time.

* Sign up ends Friday March 23th
Winners will be notified by email that night and tickets will be available for pick up at the venue’s will call.

Hey – there’s a Bloc Party After Party in Chicago March 28 click for details!

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Monday, March 2, 2009

60 Minutes of Madness with Mattie – DJ Mix


The Rapture & Throne of Blood’s own Mattie Safer sent us a DJ mix that aired this past Saturday, Feb. 28th, on Le Mouv, French Radio. Grab yourself a drink, download, and turn on!


Hey-Diplo & Laidback Luke
Jesus Creates Sound-Marlon D
Tedd’s Beat Goes On-DJ Spen
Let The Bass Kick (Silvio Ecomo Remix)-Chuckie
AA 24 7-Dance Area
Crack El-Worthy
Shake The Snow (Fillipo Moscatello Remix)-John Selway
Chandler Bing-Abstraxion
Mongo-Kid Dub
Piccadilly Circuits-Williams
Spells of Yoruba-Gel Abril
Lola’s Theme (2008 Re-Edit)-The Shapeshifters
Wizeman (Peaktime Dub Mix)-Copyright, Imaani

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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Adult Swimming with Cage

It’s the wave of new media – When traditional places like TV networks incorporate non-mainstream music into their off shoot website products to add personality and showcase something fresh. What’s the latest example?

Definitive Jux‘s artist Cage is coming out with a new album this year that will be available for FREE for download on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim.

Unfamiliar? Cage is an American rapper from New York, who does self described progressive rap and no longer condones drug use with his lyrics. His life was so tumultuous growing up (imagine helping your dad shoot up heroine) that Shia Lebeouf is making his directorial debut shooting the video for “I Never Knew You” here in rainy Los Angeles, which will actually lead up to a feature length film with Lebeouf playing the young Cage.

Cage’s new album (and the first in 4 years) will be the follow up to 2005′s highly praised Hell’s Winter. Vice Magazine called it “strictly for the grown, warped, and sexy” which sounds right up this Trash alley.

If you like the track below, you can find the I Never Knew You EP this spring on Adult Swim (Cartoon Network) and if you’re in the beautiful Austin, Texas at SXSW you’ll be able to see his first official performance this year.

Cage – Nothing Left to Say

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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

NY is All Gone with Busy P, Xavier (Justice)

Friday, Feb. 13th during NY Fashion Week, All Gone is having a book launch and photo expo at Reed Space with Busy P providing the musical entertainment.

All gone is the finest in street culture, bundling up La MJC, fashionably forward Colette, and the incredible photography group indesignwetrust.

After the exposition finishes, the after party for All Gone is at Webster Hall with Xavier de Rosnay from Justice on the decks and Busy P doing an encore. This should be a fantastic event, so if you’re in New York city, stop through, mingle, knock a few back, (courtesy of Belvedere Vodka), dance the night away, and see some great photos. Oh, and they’ll be selling the book for a special discounted price at the expo…Even more incentive!

Reed Space (Opening reception 8-10PM)
151 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10002

Webster Hall
125 East 11th Street, between 3rd and 4th Avenues
New York, NY 10002

For tickets:,
Can’t make it that night? The book is available online at
Gros bises from Trash!

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