Monthly Archives: January 2012

Raw by UK based producer Imperial

This dudes beats are dope… how is this for a debut? Raw by Imperial

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World DMC DJ Champion DJ Vajra on the Rane Sixty-One

Reigning World DMC DJ Champion DJ Vajra puts the new Rane Sixty-One mixer for Serato Scratch Live through its paces. This guy has always been ridiculous. Followed him now for about a decade. Well done bro!

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Hey Media or Radio! Hit me up if you’d like to cover my music

I’ve done this before. 12+ years ago. Then I thought about it. What types of media and radio people are just waiting for people to ask this question so they can respond? Occasionally you’ll connect with a gem but usually … Continue reading

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MPC Fly combines MPC technology with iPad 2

Interesting development with this product release. Works with an app running off your iPad.

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MPC Studio due out 2012

This could make things really interesting. Always been a fan of the Akai MPC series. Loving the new gear they are showing off.

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Theory Hazit “Old Derty Hazit” (produced by Dert)

Theory Hazit – Old Derty Hazit by Sphere of Hip-Hop

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What is Dubstep?

Good break down of how we got to dubstep.

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Next Generation Music Production Controller: MPC Renaissance

This looks really fresh!

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VIDEO: Heath McNease & For Beat’s Sake “Kain’t Moov Nuthin”

This is one of the more creative album releases and videos I’ve seen in a minute. Props to Heath and Danny on this one.

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Making Claims Without Doing the Research

As I was working this morning, something came across my desk that caught my attention. This note made a claim to be the first in doing something when it clearly wasn’t first. Now the mistake may have been an innocent … Continue reading

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