Alex B.

Alex B's mix for Fling Lotus Brainfeeder Label.

1. 0:00 Introducing
2. 1:25 Alex B- At Channel One (Unreleased)
3. 4:25 Ziploc- Sushi Caps (Unreleased)
4. 5:40 Knxwledge- Petaluma (Unreleased)
5. 6:45 Count Bass D- Aurul S(ECT)s (Dwight Spitz)
6. 8:04 Devonwho- Zelda (Unreleased)
7. 9:00 Alex B- Wallin (Unreleased)
8. 12:40 Alex B- Metameme STS9 REMIX (Make it Right)
9. 15:21 AFTA 1- Believe (Aftathoughts)
10. 16:16 Alex B- Show Me (Unreleased)
11. 18:10 Get Nice Interlude
12. 18:40 Viktor Vaughn- GMC W/ Eucalyptus (Super Villian)
13. 21:25 Devonwho- Shut it down Remix (WAVES)
14. 24:30 Alex B- You and I Both Know (Unreleased)
15. 27:00 Alex B- Players J Dilla REMAKE (alexbeats.com)
16. 29:35 Alex B- Frankenstein (Unreleased)
17. 32:40 Alex B- Nothing is Always something (Unreleased)
18. 35:10 Heralds Of Change- Asswank (Puzzles EP)
19. 36:15 Alex B- SB (Unreleased)
20. 38:20 Alex B- Hide Extension (Unreleased)
21. 41:35 Alex B- Spain (Unreleased)
22. 44:45 Dibia$e- Be fly (Unreleased)
23. 46:10 OUTRO

Alex B
's full length 'Moments' will be out April 6th 2010 via his Elm & Oak Label.

1. At Channel One
2. Pad 5
3. Hot Chop
4. You and I Both Know
5. Nothing is Always Something
6. Kick Drones - Feat: Sunk1
7. Talk it Out
8. Clicking Away
9. Getting to Know You - Feat: Getting to know you: Lila D'mone
10. Show Me
11. Drip Splatter - Feat: Count Bass D
12. Waste
13. Hide Extension
14. Impressions
15. Standing On Me
16. Seriously Again?!?!
17. Timing Correct

Tahiti Boy and the Palmtree family

Tahiti Boy aka David Sztanke, spent quite a few years in New York where he was able to collaborate with Mike Ladd, Antipop Consortium and TV on the Radio.

He has since moved back to France where Tahiti Boy and the Palmtree Family was birthed.

Their music is equal parts psychedelic pop and fractured echoes of songs you feel like you've heard before.

After a European release their debut album 'Good Children Go To Heaven' has now been released in the US via Third Side.

1. 1973
2. When I speak
3. That Song Feat. Tunde Adebimpe
4. Blood In Your Eyes
5. Not Only For The Weekend
6. Sparkle
7. Time
8. You Make Me Blush
9. When I Miss You
10. Who Knows
11. Brooklyn
12. Holiday School Program
13. Bees and the Birds *
14. Learning *
15. Andy's Suite *
16. 1973 (Para One Remix) *

* Bonus Tracks US Edition only



I have tons of records that have been given to me over the years that I don't even get around to listening to until months and months after I've received them. "Somaphone 2: Grammar Sings the Classics; or, Everything You Hear Here* Is Me Beatboxing & Singing. *Except for the surf + seagull sound effects on track 4" by proGrammar is just one of those albums.

I can go on and on about why this album is one of the more provocative records I've listened to in a long time but I feel it's best displayed by the artist website. This guy is kind of like the Jandek of beat boxing-hard to describe why but, it's the first comparison that jumped in my head-mostly because what he's doing is so personal and at the same time oddly accessible.

proGrammar 'I Can't Go For That' (Hall & Oates Cover) (Stream)

Rebirth Brass Band 'Cassanova'

Hot 8 Brass Band 'Sexual Healing'


PS22 Chorus "LISZTOMANIA" Phoenix

If this doesn't warm your heart, I don't know what will.

Enjoy another killer cover from the PS22 Chorus!

Fixed Tonight W/ Aeroplane

This Tuesday March 16th, 2009

w/ Very Special Guests:




@ Santo's Party House
96 Lafayette St.
New York, NY

along with FIXED resident raddlers....

Dave P

Illuminating the dancefloor with nitemusic!!!

Advance tickets available at:

Other Music
15 E. 4th St.
New York, NY
online at:

for more info, sights and sounds:

- Fixed RCRD LBL Winter Mix


1. The Knife, Mt. Sims, & Planningtorock - Coloring Of Pigeons

2. Project Komakino - Syndrome (The Horrors Remix)

3. Atlas Sound - Walkabout (feat. Noah Lennox)

4. Florence & The Machine - You've Got The Love (The xx Remix)

5. Ben Rymer - La Trinciarice (Main Mix)

6. Fever Ray - Seven (Seth Troxler Remix)

7. Azari & III - Hungry For The Power (Matias Aguayo & Cosmo Vitelli Remix)

8. Serge Santiago - S'Averer

9. Lindstrom & Christabelle - Don't Stop (Aeroplane Remix)

10. Gucci Vump - Sha! Shtil! (L-Vis 1990 Remix)

11. Florence & The Machine - Drumming Song (Boy 8-Bit Remix)

12. Boys Noize - Drummer

13. Boris - Buzz In (Optimo Remix)

14. Jori Hulkkonen - Undercover (feat. The Dove)

15. Audion - Push

16. Nouveau Yorican - Boriqua (Harvard Bass Remix)

17. Dances With White Girls - Jiggle Dat

18. DJ Hell - The DJ (feat. P. Diddy) (Paul Woolford Blackout Remix)

19. Pink Skull - Endless Bummer

20. Aa - Glow Wreath

21. Beach House - Norway

22. jj - Ecstasy


Kid 606 'PS I Love You'

This record was released ten years ago this month. Hard to believe this as I listen to the glitch meets early micro-house sounds on this double LP. The album was released on the German label Mille Plateaux, which has come and gone over the last ten years.

In comparison to much of Kid 606's other musical outputs this album is almost serene and pastoral. 4/4 for herding sheep. Sonic tracking for couch surfing. Train-riding lullabies and sleep walking meanderings.

This is a good record to pull from the stacks after the weather we've been having in New York.

Kid 606 'PS I Love You' @ Boomkat



I cover other blogs as I find them. I feel like I may start posting new blogs I discover on a more regular basis. My favorite aspects of Blogs is how quickly you can be introduced to the unique tastes of another person who may be on the other side of the world.

I introduce to you the unique tastes of GHOSTCAPITAL.

Voodoo Funk & Voodoo Frank: Tonight @ Southpaw

If this rain has been getting you down in NYC after that 'chamber of commerce' weather we were having earlier this week then have no fear, Filthy has a suggestion for you to feel the warmth of the West African coast tonight.

Frank Gossner, aka Voodoo Frank, is possibly the biggest collector of West African vinyl in the world. Tonight Voodoo Frank brings his impeccable taste down to Southpaw in Brooklyn.

Tonight also marks the release of his newest compilation 'Lagos Disco Inferno' on Academy LPS.

Come on by, pick up the double LP gate fold vinyl and shake it.

Check out Frank's rad blog Voodoo Funk which chronicles his five year stay in West Africa along with mixes of the records he picked up along the way.


Dam-Funk Tonight @ Bowey Ballroom

Tonight I enter the Funkmosphere with Dam Funk @ Bowery Ballroom.
"Funk is not a fad...it's a way of life." - Dam Funk

Stones Throw Page



Carlos Nino and Fabian Ammon are Los Angeles-based production duo Ammoncontact.

I have been a collector of their music since I picked up "Beats From Bina's House" in 2002 released on Guillermo Scott Herren aka Prefuse 73's label Eastern Developments.

Today I was listening to their Ninja Tune debut "New Birth." I own all of these said releases on vinyl, I suggest you do the same.

If you're in need of uplifting beatscapes and meanderings please seek these guys out.

Friends for over 10 years, Carlos Nino and Fabian Ammon consider themselves musical kindred spirits. Writer/arranger/producer/musician/DJ Nino is very busy in the music world with his projects The Life Force Trio, Build An Ark, Hu Vibrational, Go: Organic Orchestra, The Sound Of L.A. and Spaceways Radio, but he has always made his way back to home-base with Ammoncontact to focus on reaching a hip-hop audience. Ammon stays busy in his home studio making beats and taking care of his young son. Together, the two find time to share ideas and add to each other’s individual tracks. Nino is the primary producer and conceptual mind behind the Ammoncontact releases but the unique sound comes from the support, encouragement and creative input of Ammon, too.

Ammoncontact Discogs

Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears


The Tribe

‘Message From The Tribe’ is an anthology of Tribe, the infamous Detroit jazz collective that formed in the 1970s out of the ashes of a decaying city.

To coincide with the release of Tribe’s new album produced in 2010 by Carl Craig, Soul Jazz Records are reissuing this in-depth anthology of their original classic deep jazz and funk music, which also now comes complete in box-edition with a 60 page mini-book exact reproduction of the original magazines and a very limited edition set of Tribe postcards.

The vinyl now comes as an expanded super-loud double-vinyl and heavyweight gatefold-sleeve (featuring all the extra tracks that never came on the vinyl), complete with limited edition free magazine, full sleeve notes and text.

More Info Here.

Bobby Conn

One of the nastiest live performers I've ever encountered. The closest to Johnny Rotten or Black Flag era Rollins I feel I will ever witness. Yet not because of any violence he'd choose to cause but instead the quirk and sex of life. Although, I wouldn't want you to confuse the fact that there is indeed violent quirks and the other is just obvious.

My love for Bobby Conn goes back to around 2001 when I first heard his album 'The Golden Age.' Call it modern glam, call it punk vaudeville-I call it a most have.

I also listened to his 1997 self-titled debut today-I suggest you get some Bobby Conn in your life pronto kid. (Especially those guys who used to wear eyeliner and listen to less Manson than he did Tones On Tail.)

Bobby Conn MySpace
Do people really visit MySpace pages anymore?

Here's a few choice clips from YouTube (a place people will always go, I guess) of Sir Bobby Conn doing his thing. Put some eyeliner on too while you're at it.


Free The Robots (Alpha Pup)

If in the early 00's you were listening to Dabrye, Prefuse 73 and Boards of Canada then there's a whole new world of producers and labels out there putting the psych-boom-bap back into electronic music.

Here's a great example from Alpha Pup's Free The Robots. His debut album drops on 3/30. But you can find out what 'Orion's Belt Buckle' is all about now @ full quality too.

Alpha Pup Records