We in Brooklyn, baby, this is how we get down.

Mostly posting old stuff this afternoon. Some you might have heard, some you might not have. Regardless, enjoy. See y'all tomorrow.

The XX- Shelter (Them Jeans Drum Edit) (320)

Really fantastic edit by awesome Los Angeles DJ Them Jeans. His drums really add an awesome touch to an already gnarly song. Expect the XX to blow up pretty soon.

The Dream- Right side of ya Brain (192)

The Dream & Tricky Stewart are THE best production team in urban music at the moment. Hands down. I'm glad that people are starting to make cohesive albums again, and not just a bunch of singles arranged in no particular order. Although this song is slightly different on the Dream's latest album, Love vs Money, it still still a fucking powerhouse of an r'n'b ballad. Plus, the dude is married to Christina Milian. C'mon.

Hostage- Lighter (192)

Hostage is awesome. Slightly old tune, but still bangs. The voice sounds like a demonic Russian carnival master.

Loco Dice- Pimp Jackson is talking now (192)

Minimal at its absolute best. One of my favorite songs of all time, just because of the absurdity of it. A pimp, stoned out of his mind, talking over an extremely simple, dirty and raw bassline and a raunchy groove . Perfect for an early morning warehouse party. Viva Loco Dice.

More depth + insight tomorrow. It's saturday, for christ's sake. Hangovers uber alles.



Welcome to the Jungle

Well with such diversity on the blog lately, I believe it is essential that I put up some of my famous jungle music. Define it as you wish, all I can say is this ish is banging!

Douster - King of Africa

Malente & Dex Ft. New Kidz - Lions (Douster remix)
Douster has been getting loads of hype since Sound Pellegrino featured him on their second EP. Never disappoints with his energetic junglish groove!

Warm Heart Of Africa (So Shifty Remix)

Buraka Som Sistema - IC19 (James Talk Remix)

Hoodie Ft. Chico - Dirty Maluku Style (Original Mix)

Two very original songs to say the least. In both cases leave them some time to build up and get to the vocals, that's what really caught my attention


Sound Of Stereo - Zipper (The Not So Teaser)

BAM! Way more to come tomorrow so check it out.


well well well, what we got here.
A song and videoclip by swiss band FileWile witch describes themselves as : "Dubbed-out producer duo Dejot and Dustbowl have set out to conquer the world on streets unspoilt by the corporate music business. Going by the name of Filewile, the pair have created an agile musical force that won't be ignored. Armed with two portable computers, a mobile sound system and a speedily increasing array of tunes, filewile play out on the streets and in clubs to curious by passers and dance floor punters alike."

Heres the video for their single : Number one Kid

Download : Filewile - Number One Kid

Heres a remix by mercury on this, very different vibe
Download : Filewile - Number One Kid (Mercury remix)

Download : Kosheen - Guilty (Plastician remix)


lets get high

got inspired by the streets video so heres an other one on the same subject i might say

Download : Cunninlynguists - Never Come Down (The Brownie Song)

wish i had brownies right now hmmmmmmmmmmmm


an example not to follow

On the dancefloor you don’t need to know who you are or what life is all about. None of that is important. All that matters is the moment...

Skream- Midnight Request Line (320kbps)
Burial- Archangel (Boy 8 Bit Simple Get Mad remix ) (320kbps)
Kaelan Adair- Strobe (128kbps)
Adrian Lux- Can't Sleep (Marcus Schossow Presents 1985 club mix)(320kbps)

Good night, everybody.



I think my mind just melted.

My president is black,green, red and blue, and I'll be goddamned if I ain't high as the moon


I don't even remember exhaling the smoke. You see, Salvia hits you like a freight train, and the conductor doesn't even hit the brakes for about 10 minutes. Also, the delightful thing about it is that everyone who takes it has a completely different experience. It's like an out-of-body roller coaster ride into your subconscious, and can often be a bit indicative of your mental health. (In my case, I think it pointed to the need for a therapist A.S.A.P).

Immediately, all sensory connection to the outside world was cut off. I was literally transported another dimension where it seemed the laws of physics and gravity obviously did not operate. The world was pitch black, and strangely enough, tilted to a 60 degree angle. I looked around, scared shitless, and noticed 2 gigantic doors, with doorframes that reminded me of a carnival. They were green and red, and outlined with very bright lights. As well, the proportions were waaaay off, twisting and turning for no apparent reason. Suddenly, I heard a voice commanding me to look up, and to my absolute horror, on top of each of these grotesque door-like portals, were two Playmobils. Little round heads, with simplistic smiling faces and bodies with no arms. I fled in horror, running as fast as I could, but the doorways always seemed to be in front of me, coupled with the fact that the world was at an oblique angle. The horrific little creature then started to speak, in a childish voice.

(To be continued)

Not really condoning drug use here, kiddies. Just sharing a little blast from the past. Here's a few songs that are always enjoyable under the influence of the many different types of mind-altering substances out there. A little dubstep, a little electro, a little post-punk, etc. They are from different spheres of music, but all sound good with a little funk in your groove.

Girls- Lust for Life (192 kbps)

Salem- Frost (192 kbps)

Chae Hawk- Smoke and Drive (192 kbps)

Emalkay- When I look at you (192 kbps)

B. Rich ft Reese- Make me dance (Techjio Remix) (320 kbps)

Aidonia ft Tarrus Riley- Di Trees (320 kbps)

Dada Life- Let's get bleeped tonight (192 kbps)

That's all for tonight, motherfuckers. I'm going to leave you with the video of the first song, Girls' Lust for Life. Girls are one of my new favorite bands, and reading their biography/interviews (LINK!) is almost a salvia trip in itself. They love to indulge in all sorts of mind-altering chemicals, and the result is some earnest and awesome rock music .


MDMAwesome reminds you to always ask a parent before you put it in your mouth.